Focusing on the 12 steps, there will be multiple speakers, all are welcomed to come and enjoy!
September 22nd 23rd & 24th
Location: VFW 3 Elm Street
Mt. Morris, NY 14510
Time: Friday Night will be focusing on Home- group/Sponsorship from 6pm to 9pm
Saturday 9am to 9pm and Sunday 9am to 12pm
Will provide food and drinks all weekend FREE
Sponsored by: The Fellowship of the Spirit Group
For more information or questions please contact: Paul D. 733-5347, Joe W. 397-4230
and Sam H. 447-1679. Email: fellowshipofthespiritaa.gmail.com
Big Book Retreat Flier
Date: August 11, 2017
5828 Big Tree Road
Lakeville, NY 14480
Meeting with Speaker
Food and Fellowship
Please Bring a Dish to Pass
Sponsored by: Dutch Hollow Group
Dutch Hollow Picnic Flier
The Livingston Area Intergroup now has a Central Office located at:
131 Main Street, Suite #6
Geneseo, New York | Get Directions Here
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday 4 – 7 pm
Wednesday 9:30 – 11:30 am
Thursday 11 am – 2 pm
Friday 10 am – 1 pm
Saturday 10 am – 1 pm
We need YOUR input:
• Suggested future hours at our central office
• Can you volunteer at the central office?
*please see an Intergroup Representative to share your ideas
Services currently available at the LAI Central Office:
• Literature (books, coins, pamphlets, meeting lists)
• Intergroup upcoming events & flyers
• Sign-ups for committees and other volunteer opportunities
For further information please contact Scott L (585)519-3707 or Bob S(585)259-3916
Central Office Flyer
Looking for Service work? The LAI can always use folks willing to help out!
The Accessibility Committee is charged with carrying the message of recovery to the alcoholic with special needs, ensuring the meeting list is kept current with meeting accessibility information, and to bring a meeting to those who are unable to get out. If you would like to be a part of this very important committee, please contact Alan H. at 585-441-4415.
24 Hour Phone
The LAI 24 hour phone is another area where we could use some help. The LAI is looking for more groups to sign up to take the phone. If your group would like training on the phone for first time volunteers or if your group would like a “refresher”, please call Alicia A. @ 585-905-4483
The purpose of the Corrections Committee is to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the still suffering alcoholics who are incarcerated in correctional institutions or otherwise detained.
Meetings are currently being taken into the Groveland Correctional Facility on Thursday nights at 7 P.M.
Livingston County Jail on Tuesday nights at 7 p.m.
If you are interested in carrying the message to those who are incarcerated, please contact Jason G. at 716-316-7843 or Jeanne H. at 585-414-5706.
The Livingston Area Intergroup has some books and pamphlets available in braille. There are Daily Reflections, 44 Questions, Is AA For You, This is AA, 12 Steps and 12 Traditions, and the Big Book. Please contact us if you know someone in need.