Alcoholics Anonymous

District 62

Northern Illinois Area 20

Bristol - Little Rock - Millbrook - Montgomery

Newark - Oswego - Plano - Sandwich - Yorkville

Dist 62 -NIA
P.O.Box 612
Montgomery IL 60538

24hr Hotline

630-729-0038


En Español

847-695-7608


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A.A.’s Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous, was Named by Library of Congress as one of

the “Books That Shaped America”


Click Here for the Story


Read and search the Big Book online.



25th Annual McHenry’s Soberfest



Flyer


Website

Please make a copy and bring to your groups.


Click on the events icon to open a printable PDF of upcoming events.

Printable Events & Announcements

New Women’s Meeting


Monday’s 7:30 pm (Closed)


Wheatland Salem Church

1217 Wolf’s Crossing

Oswego, IL

2014 BIG BOOK CONFERENCE

Saturday October  25,  2014


8:00  a.m.  until  4  p.m.

Parkview  Community  Church Glen Ellyn, IL


































































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Saturday,  

October  25,  2014

8:00  a.m.  until  4  p.m.

Parkview  Community  Church

764  St.  Charles  Rd.,  at  Riford  Rd.

Glen  Ellyn,  Il  601



VIEW THE STORIES PAGE



CLICK HERE

New to A.A.?


This is A.A.


An Introduction to the

A.A. Recovery Program


What A.A. Is and What A.A. Isn’t


Information on A.A. for anyone new coming to A.A. or anyone referring someone to A.A.


So you think you’re different?

Click Here to read today’s reflection

Sought through prayer

and meditation….

Personal Stories

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

AA_Events_&_Announcements.pdf

31st Annual Midwest

Woman to Woman Seminar


Oct 3rd-5th

Rockford, IL


Details in Flyer

Click  here  for Flyer

November 22-23

Grand Geneva Resort

Lake Geneva, WI


AA Conference *Banquet *Dance *Archives *Alcathons *Panels *Step Workshop *Literature *Meditation Room

*Bonfire