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Urgent Announcements

HELP!!! Open Committee positions. Coming this October/November we will need new volunteers to stand in for the following positions:  Treasurer, Secretary, Technologist, 12 Step List, and Archives Committees. These positions require 2 years of Sobriety and will require a 2 year commitment. If you wish to stand for these positions please join us at the October Become a part of the intergroup and reach another Alcoholic. In helping another alcoholic you keep yourself sober one day at a time. Contact your Intergroup Representative (IR) at your home group for more information, we really do need you. Speaking for myself, service work absolutely keeps me sober and advances my program and conscious contact with my higher power.

Sobriety Sentinel. The October Sobriety Sentinel is out for download and online viewing. Thanks Mike G for all your help. Available from this site or ask your IR for Tricounty Intergroup.

To talk with an Alcoholic from A.A., call 636-970-0013, 24 hours a day. Meeting location and times are on our “Find a Meeting” page and a printable version of all the meetings in the tricounty region are available here: Printable Meeting Guide. Our goal is to assist in carrying the message, as well as assisting our participating groups in carrying the message to their members.

The Tri-County Intergroup provides literature and the Alcoholics Anonymous Big Books at reduced rates to all participating Tri-County groups, contact our Literature Chairman for information.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

 This Months . . . Step, Tradition, & Concept
Step 11:
“Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.”
Tradition 11:
“Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films.”
Concept 11:
“The trustees should always have the best possible committees, corporate service directors, executives, staffs, and consultants. Composition, qualifications, induction procedures, and rights and duties will always be matters of serious concern.”

By the Trustees of the General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous

Congratulations

If you have a Birthday for a Group of folks in the intergroup districts, let us know about it by using our submission form, we’d love to add you to the page. Nothing like showing others what is possible, rolling through the years.

A special Congrats to the following folks with birthdays

October
Group 340
Mike G 6 year
Canyon 12 year
September
Group 77
Janet O. 4 Years
Group 979
Steve B 30 Years
Mike K. 24 Years
Tim R. 9 Years
Lee L. 6 Years
Scott P. 4 Years
Bridget F. 1 Year
Group 1103
Jen McQ 11 Years
Mandy G. 4 Years
Nicki T. 1 Year
August
Tamara Deines 3 year
Group 340
Bob M 2 year
July
June
Group 124
Mike Q 38 year
Group 164
Chrissy M. 1 Year
Michelle B. 7 Years
Bill B. 32 Years
Alan B. 15 Years
Kathy B. 27 Years
Group 4094
Billie C. 28 Years
Intergroup Announcements

HELP!!! Open Committee positions. Get involved with service. Help us reach those suffering inside and outside of our rooms. You will be surprised how you can change a life. We need various positions filled including but not limited to Literature, Archive, and OutReach Committee. We are all about reaching out the hand of AA, fulfill the promise of a chance for someone else. We also need 12 step phone call volunteers for male and females. Contact your Intergroup Representative (IR) at your home group for more information. Additionally come to our monthly meeting every Third Sunday of the month 12:00 P.M. at the campus office.

We need young people’s participation! More and more of our members are younger and we want our Alcathon to include the whole AA Family. AA is all about inclusion and we need you to make the alcathon better. We are not a glum lot, we are awesome! Be apart of the solution! The mailing address to contact the intergroup or send donations is: TriCounty Intergroup PO Box 2193 St. Peters, MO 63376

Tricounty Intergroup Membership Meetings The Tricounty general membership meetings for secretaries/IR of all member groups and the public at large will be every third Sunday of the month at 12pm. It is suggested that all GSRs attended, that is suggested in the way the steps are “a suggested program of recovery”. Meetings going to Meetings! The meeting is held at the Intergroup office located at 2021 Campus Dr. St. Charles, MO 63301.

Area District Meetings

District 14 meetings for GSRs District 14 meetings for GSR (Group service representative) of all member groups is held on the last Thursday of every month. Room 105 907 Jungermann Rd, Saint Charles, MO, 63304.

**November District 14 Meetings for GSR has been changed to the 3rd Thursday of November, November 21st @ 6:30 907 Jungermann Rd, Saint Charles, MO, 63304 Room 105 (In back of church).**

District 19 meetings for GSRs District 19 meetings for GSRs (Group service representative) of all member groups is held on the first Thursday of every month. Back room of the 212 Club 204 W Pitman st. O’Fallon, mo 63366. District 20 meetings for GSRs District 20 meetings for GSRs (Group service representative) of all member groups TBA .

The thoughts and ideas expressed in this website are those of the Steering Committee and member groups and not necessarily those of AA as a whole. For more information visit Alcoholics Anonymous home website. For the history and information on the Intergroup itself visit our history section. Our website is maintained by the Tri-County Intergroup Office for Districts 14, 19, and 20. This ‘AA intergroup’ serves groups in St. Charles, Lincoln and Warren counties in Missouri. All of the files contained in this website are in PDF (portable document file) or html format. To view and print PDF documents, you will need to get Adobe Acrobat Reader, if it is not installed in your browser.