monday morning big book meeting

Methodist Church
Monday
10:00 AM

stand sober and strong

federated church
Tuesday
11:00 AM

wednesday night double a group

notre dame school
Wednesday
8:00 PM

beginners meeting

notre dame school
Thursday
10:00 AM

read it in the grapevine

federated church
Thursday
7:00 PM

speaker discussion group

federated church
Friday
7:00 PM

morning after group

reddington fairview hospital
Saturday
10:00 AM

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