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We use it to bring you pertinent information

as we receive it, such as new meetings, and/or meetings
that have changed
their status from virtual to physical.
Any other In-person or virtual events that
you may
want to attend can be found here as well.
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The AA Help Hotline phone has changed! 
The new number is: 715-360-4637
Please make a note of it!😃

Dates to Remember 2024

The next GSR Business meeting
will be held on Saturday, March 9th,
2024, at 9 a.m. We still have District
that need to be filled so if you,
or anyone in your group is interested in 
service work please consider attending
this AA meeting
. Archives, and the PI/CPC
(Public Information/Cooperation with Professional Community)
the positions that still need to be filled.
Job descriptions for positions
available for service are below.

This will be a Hybrid meeting.
You can join in by clicking the link below.
Please be patient in the waiting area.
Job Duties and Responsibilities for AA District Committee Chairs_08152021_181457
Newbold Open Meeting Flyer
The Newbold and Monday Night 12×12
groups are co-hosting this event on
Saturday, March 16th, 2024.
FUMC, Rhinelander, WI.

Potluck @ 6 p.m. Speakers follow.
See flyer above for details.
Area 74 Spring Conference 2024
May 17th-19th, 2024, Ashland, WI.
Details above.

New Meetings:

Thursday Friends of Bill W
Thursdays at 2 p.m.
Oneida County ADRC, Cedar Rm.
(Across from Trig’s Mall)

100 Keenan St., Rhinelander, WI.
Courage to Change Flyer
Boulder Junction, WI. Saturdays 7 p.m.
See Flyer for details.

Address Changes:

Crandon Thursday Meeting
Crandon, WI. Thursdays 6-7 p.m.
Chamber of Commerce building
116 S. Lake Ave., Crandon, WI.
Closed, Big Book Study
Friday Night Easy Does It Meeting
Crandon, WI. Fridays, 6-7 p.m.
Open Discussion
Chamber of Commerce building
same as their Thursday meeting.

Neighboring Districts:

Came to Believe Group Anniversary
Celebrate 24 Years!  St. Stephen’s Church
512 McClennan St., Wausau, WI.
Saturday, March 16, 2024
See above flyer for details.
Celebrate Your Sobriety Anniversary! Last Sunday of Each Month
(click link to see where and when!)

AA Bridging the Gap Program
Below you will find Information
about our Bridging the Gap Program.

District 10 BTG Instructions
District 10 BTG Contact Form

Meeting Guide APP

(Downloading for Android/I-Phone)
Click on the Chair Icon Below

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We have updated our Meeting List to make it more inclusive.
You will find a printable version of it and other information here on this site. 
Below are meetings we’ve left up for you so you may use the links
at your convenience. Thank you for your patience, and please
contact us if you have any changes or concerns. 

Zoom Meetings

📞For those who wish to attend zoom meetings via phone, dial one tap mobile:
Dial 1-312-626-6799; Enter the meeting ID (purple); when prompted, enter
the password (in blue).

Chix at 6 (Monday nights, 6-7 p.m., closed women’s AA meeting) 614717564 [sober]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Monday night (Woodruff) 7:30-8:30 p.m., closed AA meeting 213928701 [sober]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Tuesdays: Sisters with a Solution, 9 a.m. closed women’s 12×12 meeting 87870430598 [527684]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Tuesday Woodruff :10-11 a.m., closed Big Book AA meeting 989460999 [sober]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Tues Open Primary Purpose Big Book Study (Eagle River) 7:00 p.m.; 6979432296 (sober)
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Wednesday Minocqua noon meeting: 12-1 p.m., closed AA meeting 867118069 [sober]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Newbold Wednesday 7:30 p.m.:
Meeting ID: 865 0507 3060; Password: 287417
Thursday Woodruff 10-11 a.m., closed AA meeting 677605273 [sober]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Thursday 5 p.m. Rhinelander Mtg 5 – 6 p.m. closed AA meeting 843347004 [sober]
Friday morning Minoqua Meeting 7-8 a.m., open AA meeting 684125144 [sober]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Friday: Sisters with a Solution, 1 p.m. Closed Women’s Big Book 8605612312 [171293]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Friday night Woodruff Holy Family Church 6-7 p.m., closed AA meeting 857277521 [sober]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Saturday 10 a.m. Woodruff 10-11 a.m., closed AA meeting 134717632 [sober]
This is a Hybrid meeting.
Saturday 5 p.m. Rhinelander Methodist Church 5-6 p.m. closed AA BB Study mtg.
535591029 [sober]
Sunday Night Back to Basics 7:30 12-Step Meeting: [Sober]

Daily Reflections

February 21, 2024


At once, I became a part—if only a tiny part—of a cosmos. . . 


When I first came to A.A., I decided that “they” were very nice people — perhaps a little naive, a little too friendly, but basically decent, earnest people (with whom I had nothing in common). I saw “them” at meetings—after all, that was where “they” existed. I shook hands with “them” and, when I went out the door, I forgot about “them.”

Then one day my Higher Power, whom I did not then believe in, arranged to create a community project outside of A.A., but one which happened to involve many A.A. members. We worked together, I got to know “them” as people. I came to admire “them,” even to like “them” and, in spite of myself, to enjoy “them.” “Their” practice of the program in their daily lives—not just in talk at meetings—attracted me and I wanted what they had. Suddenly the “they” became “we.” I have not had a drink since.

From the book Daily Reflections
Copyright © 1990 by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.

Grapevine Daily Quote

February 21, 2024

“As we better use the ‘language of the heart,’ our communications grow apace: already we find ourselves in safe passage through all those barriers of distance and language, of social distinction, nationality and creed, that so divide the world of our time.”

AA Co-Founder, Bill W., July 1960, From: “AA Tomorrow” The Language of the Heart


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