Events

Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, we are using this Events page to bring you
pertinent information as we receive it, such as meetings that have changed
their status from virtual to physical. Any other virtual events that you
may want to attend can be found here as well. We encourage you to keep
checking in
with us – if only to read the Grapevine Daily Quote or Daily Reflections…

Due to circumstances beyond our control,
the AA Help Hotline phone has changed! 

The new number is: 715-360-4637
Please make a note of it!😃


Dates To Remember 2022

The next GSR Business meeting will be
Saturday, July 9th at 9 a.m.
Traditions Study will begin @ 8:30.
This will be a Hybrid meeting.
You can join in by clicking the link below.
Please be patient in the waiting area.
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2822613745


Meeting Guide Information
(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]

Monday night (Woodruff) 7:30-8:30 p.m., closed AA meeting 213928701 [sober] 

Tuesdays: Sisters with a Solution, 9 a.m. closed women’s 12×12 meeting 87870430598 [527684]
This is a Hybrid meeting

Tuesday Woodruff 10 a.m.;10-11 a.m., closed Big Book AA meeting) 989460999 [sober]
This is a Hybrid meeting.

Eagle River Tuesday open Big Book @7:30; 6979432296 (sober)

Wednesday Minoqua noon meeting 12-1 p.m., closed AA meeting 867118069 [sober]

Wednesday night Flambeau meeting 7-8:30 p.m., closed AA meeting 221952376 [sober]

Newbold Wednesday 7:30 p.m.:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86505073060
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]

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]

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: https://zoom.us/j/791466653 [Sober]


Daily Reflections

July 2, 2022

THE HEART OF TRUE SOBRIETY

We find that no one need have difficulty with the spirituality of the program. Willingness, honesty and open-mindedness are the essentials of recovery. But these are indispensable.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 568

Am I honest enough to accept myself as I am and let this be the “me” that I let others see? Do I have the willingness to go to any length, to do whatever is necessary to stay sober? Do I have the open-mindedness to hear what I have to hear, to think what I have to think, and to feel what I have to feel?

If my answer to these questions is “Yes,” I know enough about the spirituality of the program to stay sober. As I continue to work the Twelve Steps, I move on to the heart of true sobriety: serenity with myself, with others, and with God as I understand Him.

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

Grapevine Daily Quote

July 2, 2022

“My sponsor told me that if I stayed away from the first drink a day at a time and followed the suggested Twelve Steps, I could lead a sober life. She didn’t promise me health, wealth, happiness, love — or comfort. All she promised me was sobriety! Thank goodness, she didn’t promise me anything else, because along the AA path I have found sickness, death, unhappiness, and considerable discomfort. But I have also found the greatest joy, love, and happiness of my life.”

“Reality Can Be Uncomfortable,” Millburn, New Jersey, July 1971, Emotional Sobriety II

 
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Armed Services ProjectArmed Forces Interview Project
The Trustees’ Committee on Cooperation with the Professional Community/Treatment and Accessibilities is seeking A.A. members in the U.S. and Canadian Armed Forces to discuss their experience, strength and hope as sober members of A.A. in the military in recorded anonymity-protected interviews. The goal of this effort is to improve A.A. outreach to members in the U.S. and Canadian military. Interested military members can volunteer or get more information about this project by writing to militaryoutreach@aa.org

Announcing Grapevine’s New Podcast!
The AA Grapevine Half-Hour Variety Hour
Featuring AA members Don and Sam.
A new podcast episode will be available in English every Monday.
To listen to podcasts, go to
www.aagrapevine.org/podcast

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The e-Pub edition replaces the old Grapevine APP.
It’s user-friendly and we hope you
find it a valuable tool for sobriety.
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