Jeremias Inn

Bitter Ends Group Men
Sunday
6:30 PM

Thayer Hall

Come as you are Group Non-Smoking, Discussion/Participation, Speaker, Topic
Sunday
7:00 PM

Adcare Hospital

Never Too Early Group Non-Smoking, Speaker
Sunday
9:00 AM

Emmanual Baptist Church

Freedom Group
Monday
12:15 PM

Thayer Hall

Together We Can Group Beginner/Newcomer,
Monday
6:45 PM

Second Baptist Church

What A Gift Group Non-Smoking
Tuesday
6:30 PM

Lutheran Church

Grupo Uno, Dos, Y Tres Non-Smoking, Discussion/Participation, Literature Study, Beginner/Newcomer
Tuesday
7:00 PM

Emmanual Baptist Church

Freedom Group
Wednesday
12:15 PM

Sacred Heart Parish

New Beginnings Group Non-Smoking, Discussion/Participation, Topic,
Wednesday
6:00 PM

Grupo Las Puertas Abierta

Grupo Las Puertas Abierta
Wednesday
7:00 PM

Thayer Hall

Women Do Recover Group, Discussion/Participation, Topic, Women
Wednesday
7:00 PM

Emmanual Baptist Church

Freedom Group
Friday
12:15 PM

Bethlehem Covenant Church

Friday Night F.N.S.O.G., Tradition
Friday
6:30 PM

Thayer Hall

Back to Basics Group Non-Smoking, Literature Study
Friday
6:30 PM

Friendly House

Not Alone on Friday Night Group Topic, Discussion/Participation, Non-Smoking
Friday
7:00 PM

Adcare Hospital

More Will Be Revealed Group Non-Smoking, Discussion/Participation, Topic
Saturday
5:30 PM

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