“A Visual History Of Alcoholics Anonymous: An Archival Journey” has been published by A.A. World Services (be sure to press “Full Post” if you don’t see the link). It is available at Central Office. This book was prepared for the July 2020 International, which was cancelled as an in-person event.
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana 505-266-3688, https://aaoficinahispanadealbuquerque.org/
The Red Road Convention, originally scheduled for May 1 – 3, 2020, has been postponed until April 30-May 2, 2021. Please see www.nmredroad.org for more details.
AA Intergroup has a very useful site for helping with finding on-line meetings, attending them, and managing them. We are putting all information about AA online onto a new page (look at the top of this page).
During these times, how do we responsibly practice self-support, our Seventh Tradition? AA’s General Service Office (GSO) has published a letter and a video emphasizing how important supporting AA is when “passing the basket” isn’t always possible (please press “Full Post” if you do not see the links). Please have a look, and consider supporting your District, your Area, your Central Office, and our GSO. Thank you.
The Steering Committee of the Central Office of Albuquerque would like to thank you all for keeping the work of AA going; for keeping the hand of AA there in this time of great uncertainty. Your work on, and attendance in, Zoom meetings have been the bright spot for many. Contributions to your home groups and Central Office have been greatly appreciated. Keep up all the good work and we will make it through this together. Be safe and healthy. Central Office Steering CommitteeDoug C., Christopher C., Tim T., Jerry K., Stephen K., Lindsay M. To the Fellowship:We have been