Please join us every Tuesday on the UAA campus - the University of Alaska - Anchorage from 1:00pm to 2:00pm in BMH 215.
By attending these meetings, you will learn Alcoholics Anonymous’ 12-step program of recovery from alcoholism —- learn why and how to take action that allows alcoholics to know happiness, peace, and usefulness in a way of life that becomes incredibly more wonderful as time passes.
Our goal is to put the AA 12-Step Program of Recovery into practice by studying, discussing and applying everything in the basic text of Alcoholics Anonymous – the “Big Book”. We put our knowledge to work, practicing the principles of the A.A. 12-Step program of recovery in ALL our affairs.
Each week, we address one of the 14 parts of the "Hyannis Rotation" that involves reading the text of the Big Book, then discussion the related step(s). The 14 study sessions begin with the first part of Step 1 (The Doctor's Opinion), ending with the last part of Step 12 (practicing these principles in all our affairs).
The Primary Purpose Group of Anchorage plans to holds these literature-based meetings as a community service during the 2006 Fall Semester. Our Big-Book study, discussion & speaker sessions clarify the meaning of AA Literature and produce a remarkably high level of understanding. Anyone is welcome to attend; these are open meetings.
DIRECTIONS: Beatrice G McDonald Hall (BMH) on the west end of the UAA campus is 1,000’ northeast of 36th Avenue & Lake Otis Pkwy. Visitors using Lake Otis can turn onto West Campus Drive (600’ north of 36th) heading straight toward the BMH. There are no public parking meters -- signs direct visitor to pre-pay kiosks. The most convenient place to park is just north of the Professional Studies Building (PSB–formerly Building K). We meet in Room 215, near the top of the stairs at the south end of the building.
For information, contact Dale at 242-0265 or firstname.lastname@example.org; see www.route164.net