PLEASE SEE MEETING SCHEDULE FOR UPDATED ROOM LOCATIONS.
GENERAL MEETING ON SUNDAY EVENING AT 7:15 PM HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE WILF FAMILY AUDITORIUM IN THE SOUTH BUILDING
ALL OTHER MEETINGS THAT WERE IN THE BRENNAN CENTER HAVE BEEN MOVED TO DINING ROOM A. TAKE ELEVATOR NEXT TO OLD BRENNAN CENTER DOWN TO LEVEL 1. DINING ROOM A IS NEXT TO THE CAFETERIA.
*********NEW MEETING ********
Starting September 9, 2019
For women with a desire to stop drinking
Dining room E
Contact person: Lynn 612-501-6945
"Most women alcoholics feel quite comfortable in any A.A. group.
Yet, many A.A. communities also have special interest women’s
meetings where it may be easier for a woman to identify as an alcoholic
or to be open about certain personal issues.” ~ Women in AA, Alcoholics
Anonymous World Services Inc., Revised 2018
Location and Directions:
University of Minnesota Medical Center
West Bank - East Building
2450 West Riverside Avenue, 55454
Go to the intersection of 25 th Avenue South and Riverside Avenue.
The East Building is just north of Davani's and the Masonic Children’s Hospital building.
Dining Room E
Follow hall signs to the East Building. Take the elevator from Floor L to Floor 1. Go to the inner
conference room across from Dining Room F (Old Boardroom), just north of the Cafeteria and
west of the vending machines.
Please see tab at top of page to see how you can get involved.
AA’s Preamble and 7th Tradition tell us: There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions…. The Seventh Tradition: Every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions. The AA brochure The Twelve Traditions Illustrated reminds us, “As active alcoholics we were always looking for a handout—in one way or another.” “Experience has taught us also, that AA as a whole needs to be self-supporting and independent.” AA at Fairview Riverside serves suffering alcoholics with time, fellowship, meetings, and sponsors. In addition, your donations help us bring support such as:
Why not talk about the 7th Tradition in your group to see if action is needed? Suggested voluntary contribution: $2 per week
Copyright © 2015 Board of Trustees, AA at Fairview Riverside. * Copyright © The AA Grapevine, Inc. Reprinted with permission. **Reprinted from the AA brochure The Twelve Traditions Illustrated, with permission of A.A. World Services, Inc.
It is that time of the year for each group to elect a member to serve on the Board of Trustees. Please read this or raise this issue at your AA Meetings. Serving on the Board is a great way to serve your AA group and to meet other members of the Fairview Riverside AA community. Your participation is very important at this time! Please send a representative. The purpose of the Board of Trustees is to serve the Groups of A.A. at Fairview Riverside as a common voice in matters concerning the A.A. membership and other groups, Fairview Riverside Rehabilitation Center, the A.A. community in Minnesota, and the A.A. community at large. As a practical matter, the Board of Trustees manages the finances, paying rent to the hospital, and decides what percentages and amounts of collected contributions are distributed to the AA service organizations. The Board also coordinates 12 step opportunities for the groups, and organizes and staffs the St. Mary’s/Fairview Riverside hospitality suite at Gopher State Round-up. The Board of Trustees for AA at Fairview Riverside meets at 6:15 p.m. on the second Sunday of every month at the lobby lounge by the Brennan Center in the east building.
We will continue to post the monthly Treasurer’s Report and Secretary’s Report on our website, www.aafairviewriverside.org each month. If any group has any questions, concerns, or comments that they would like to bring to the attention of the Board of Directors, please send a note or letter through the mailbox on the fifth floor, call Bruce M. (Treasurer) at (612) 816-7929, or e-mail Bruce M. at firstname.lastname@example.org
AA at Fairview Riverside Board of Trustees