District 9, Area 29 of Alcoholics Anonymous
Carroll County, Maryland
Mailing Address:
District 9
P.O. Box 207
Finksburg, MD 21048
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District 9 meets at 7:00pm on the 3rd Tuesday of every month
at St. Paul's Church of Christ
17 Bond St, Westminster, MD., 21157 - map

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Committee Meetings EVEN months

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!!! THE DISTRICT 9 MONTHLY MEETINGS HAVE A NEW LOCATION !!!
District 9 Business Meeting: 3rd Tuesday of odd months.   Next: Sept 18
District 9 Committee Meeting: 3rd Tuesday of even months.   Next: August 17
Both start at   7:00pm   at   St. Paul's Church of Christ 
    17 Bond St., Westminster, MD 21157 (map)




Meeting updates and the latest printable directories
can be found in the Where_and_When Announcements Section



CTC Help Needed:
The Corrections and Treatment Committee has the following opportunities:
A person or Home Group for the 5th Monday 7:30 PM at MMRSS
A person or Home Group for the 2nd Saturday 8:00 PM Shoemaker
A persons or Home Group to sponsor an MMIOP rotating Mon/Wed/Thu 11:00 AM monthly.
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12th Annaul District 9 Picnic
09/15/18 Sat. 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Deer Park United Methodist Church map
2205 Skyesville Rd., Westminster, MD, 21157
Bring a covered dish or salad and a bottle of soda to share. The Events Committee will provide hot dogs, hamburgers, condiments, ice, and plates. Coffee and bottled water will also be provided. You may also want to bring a lawn chair to sit on or a blanket. There will be a speakers meeting later in the day with a guest speaker. So come and join us for a day of fun and fellowship! Rain or shine.
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A.A. From The Beginning! How Did We Get Here?
09/29/18 Sat. 10:00am - 12:00pm
St. Benjamin’s Lutheran Church map
700 Kriders Cemetery Rd., Westminster, MD, 21157
Did you ever wonder how A.A. came to be or how we got here? Did you ever wonder how A.A. got started in Maryland or what was the first group in Maryland? Did you ever wonder how A.A. got started in Carroll County or what was the first group in Carroll County and how A.A. has grown in Carroll County? These questions and many more will be answered at the ‘A.A. From The Beginning’ workshop. The workshop will start at 10 am with a guest speaker panel discussing the history of Alcoholics Anonymous. We will have question and answer time after the presentation. We will also have coffee and donuts. Hope to see you there!
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