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Founder’s Day Picnic planning committee meeting, Wednesday, May 29, at 7:00 PM

Would you like to volunteer to help with our Founder’s Day Picnic? Our Founder’s Day Picnic will be June 8, 2024. The Founder’s Day Picnic is always an enjoyable event, with food, fun, and fellowship. You can help with that too! 🙂

We will have six planning meetings between now and then, every two weeks. The planning meeting will be in-person, at the Central Office, 449 E Maple St in Exeter. But also, you can join via Zoom.

We already have some service positions filled, but many more are still available. Please don’t hesitate to call Carol Ann at the Central Office (559) 592-6999, or David G at (559) 300-9811 (if you aren’t in David G’s contacts list, you’ll have to leave a voicemail) or John W at (559) 281-3744.

District 47 GSR Zoom link changed

Please note that if you previously had saved the Zoom link to the GSR meeting, that link and meeting details are obsolete. New info:

One-Click Zoom

Meeting ID: 890 5332 0199

Passcode: 19350610 (which is AA’s birthday: 1935-06-10)

Join by Phone – US (San Jose)

tel://+16699009128,,89053320199#,,,,*19350610#

Of course, we always welcome people in-person at 449 East Maple Street Exeter, CA 93221

Of course, all these details can always be found at https://aa-tulareco.org/event/gsr-meeting/

Tulare County Bridging The Gap committee meeting moved one hour later

The Tulare County Bridging The Gap committee meets in-person at Central Office in Exeter on the first Saturday of the month. This meeting has been moved from 11 AM to noon. We will also set up Zoom for remote attendees.

Bridging The Gap is a Ninth Tradition service committee where members serve as temporary contacts for newcomers leaving treatment (“bridging the gap between the facility and their first AA meetings”).

If you would like to volunteer for this type of service, please join us at our committee meeting. We are preparing service material so that our committee members learn what we do, what we don’t do, and how this service work is best done.