Speakers

DateSpeaker 1Speaker 2
1-DecGlen A.Lori H.
8-DecMary G.Codey T.
15-DecJavier S.Fallon Z.
22-DecKit R.George R.
29-DecMary L.Jeff L.
5-JanJoseph D.Carol Ann G.
12-JanSasha P.Rick P.
19-JanCarol H.Dave B.
26-JanNatasha N.Jon E.
2-FebVal M.Bruce H.
9-FebJeannie H.Tom H.
16-FebClaudette K.Daman B.
23-FebJulie H.Gary W.
2-MarLaura H.Chuck G.
9-MarMaeve G.Chuck A.
16-MarAngela R.Monte B.
23-MarTerry Y.Bob R.
30-MarAmanda T.Ron F.
6-AprHeidi D.Kevin D
13-AprKarima A.Cameron R.
20-AprCarol L.Noel B.
27-AprKelli D.Louie K.

If you would like to Speak please Contact   Gary S.

 

A.A. ANONYMITY

(Announcement for reading at meetings open to the public)

There may be some here who are not familiar with out Tradition of personal anonymity at the public level:

“Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio and films.”

Thus, we respectfully ask that A.A. speakers and A.A. members not be photographed, videotaped, or identified by full name on audiotapes and in published or broadcast reports of our meetings, including those reports on new media technologies such as the Internet.

The assurance of anonymity is essential in our efforts to help other problem drinkers who may wish to share our recovery program with us. And our Tradition of anonymity reminds us that “A.A. principles come before personalities.”