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I am Responsible. When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of A.A. always to be there. And for that: I am responsible.

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Miracles Group Open 5:30 PM Monday and Wednesdays, 6 PM Tuesday, Thursday, Fridays. Dunnellon Presbyterian Church 20641 Chesnut Street Dunnellon 34431
Club Recovery will be reopening for outside meetings ONLY. This is temporary due to the Corona Virus. We will be back in business as soon as it's safe to do so. No one wants to be back to normal more than we do. The current meetings held at Club Recovery are free to use our outside picnic/smoking area and field for meetings. The building will be open during meetings only for restroom usage and soda and water purchase
The Sober Sand Gnats Group of AA is reopening and will be meeting in the Community Center behind City Hall in Inglis at 7pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The hernando Hideaway Beach Meeting Sunday at 11 am is opening. and asks that members bring a chair so we can practice social distancing


1. Calvary Church Closed All AAmeetings cancelled. (Mon and Thurs 7PM Resentment; Fri Noon No Name; Saturday Noon Living Sober)
2. Tues and Thurs 6 pm Women to Women and Step Up Sisters canceled
3. Spring Fling in April is CANCELLED due to park closure.
4. Women's New Beginnings Wed 5 pm cancelled for next two weeks {maybe more)
5. Holder Way of Life group has suspended their meetings.
6. Monday night Men's Step Meeting at Sheppard ofthe Hills cancelled until further notice.
7. Attitude Adjustment, Monday and Wednesday cancelled due to church closing.
8. Women's Friendship Group Meeting will be closed until further notice
9. The Miracles meetings in Dunnellon 6 pm M—F are meeting outside under a covered area.
10. Hernando Beach has Closed signs at the park but some people are still usingthe park. It will be up to the group to have the meeting.
11. Chassahowitzka Community Center is closed so Sunday 10:30am Old Firehouse and Wednesday 7 PM No Name group meeting are temporarily closed'.
12. All meetings at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church are cancelled (Inverness Monday Night 8 PM, Inverness Wednesday Night group 7:30 PM, and Share at Noon Group Thursday at Noon,)
13. All Meetings at Serenity Club at St. Benedicts Catholic Church are Cancelled ( Sunday 2PM and 8 PM, Monday - Saturday 8 am, Noon, and 8 PM
14. All meetings at Club recovery outside
15. Floral City Tuesday 7 PM Closed
16. Sober Sand Gnats Pot Luck Canceled. Meetings Outside at Gazebba
17. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an executive order Wednesday instructing the state of Florida to “take a pause” for 30 days and stay home. To comply with this order, the trustees of Club Recovery along with the property owner have closed the property to all meetings, including outside. Please respect this decision. The owner of the property will be there to enforce the executive order.
18. Freedom House tuesday 8 PM closed. Meeting informally at Blues Fire Pit.

Any other meetings or events which are cancelled, please notify , AA Hotllne 352-621-0599 and John L {Club Recovery News) NEWS@CLUBRECOVERY.ORG



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An alcoholic recently said "I don't know why we need an Intergroup or a District or an Area or even the General Service conference. I don't need them - I have my group." I can only say to him what the late Bernard B. Smith, nonalcoholic, then chairperson of the board of trustees, and one of the architects of the Conference structure, answered that question superbly in his opening talk at the 1954 meeting:
"We may not need a General Service Conference to ensure our own recovery:
•We do need it to ensure the recovery of the alcoholic who still stumbles in the darkness one short block from this room.
• We need it to ensure the recovery of a child being born tonight, destined for alcoholism.
• We need it to provide, in keeping with our Twelfth Step, a permanent haven for all alcoholics who, in the ages ahead, can find in A.A. that rebirth that brought us back to life."

  • Do you want to share your story?  Send an email message to the journal editor - who is actively soliciting recovery stories to share.(
  • The Three Legacies of Alcoholics Anonymous are Recovery, Unity, and Service. These legacies have been passed down to us from the cofounders and old timers of A.A.
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  • Check out the new meeting guide being developed for Citrus County.
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2020 International Convention Frequently Asked Questions Registration, Housing, and Transportation International Convention - Love and Tolerance is Our Code - Detroit 2020 In less than two years — July 2-5, 2020 — the International Convention will celebrate A.A.'s 85th Anniversary in Detroit, Michigan. With a theme of "Love and Tolerance Is Our Code," A.A.s from around the world will converge on Detroit to celebrate sobriety and to share experience, strength and hope in meetings, panels and workshops at the Cobo Center, the Ford Field stadium and at other locations throughout the friendly city. Members of the Fellowship are now gearing up for this wonderful event, and the General Service Office is beginning to receive inquiries. So here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the Convention.

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What's New

Find one of the new local, Online Meetings


View and particpate in the District 28 online workshop "Those crazy AA Slogans Saved My Life."

Jun 10

Wednesday June 10 Noon and 4 PM Online Meetings celebrate Founders Day with a reading and discussion of early AA History



See the similarities and differences between NCI and District 28


Read the latest issue of the Nature Coast Journal.


Watch SE Trustee Chet P. explain the traditions


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Area Treatment Center Phone Numbers

Gainesville 352-374-5615

Leesburg 352-315-7500

Ocala 352-291-5527

NCI does not recommend or endorse any treatment center but provides these numbers as a service to the still suffering alcoholic.