District Publications, Notices, and Other Links of Interest to AAs
District Assembly Material
Note: Due to Easter falling on our normal meeting date, the District Assembly will meet on April 27th.
New to sobriety and not sure where to start? Newly released from
treatment or an institution and need help connecting with AA on the
outside? If you would like a temporary contact who can take you
to a few meetings, introduce you to other AA's and get you started in
the program, go here and fill out the temporary contact request.
If you are an AA who is interested in serving as a temporary contact, or who wants to volunteer for the NHAA Hotline, go here and submit this form.
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your fellow alcoholics have found in their service experience.
Women's Willows' Group
which meets on Saturday from 3PM to 4PM is moving
. Starting on February 15, the group
will be meeting at St. Augustine's Church
at 383 Beech St in
Manchester. Please use the Spruce St Entrance.
The Courage To Change Group
at the VA Hospital in Manchester on Saturday evenings will be changing their meeting time
Starting on April 5
the group's meeting will start at 8:00PM.
Manchester Original Group
having their quarterly Spahgetti
. There is no charge. The group will
supply the spaghetti and beverages. Desserts, salads or side
dishes are appreciated. Supper will be served at 6:30PM followed
by their regular meeting at 7:30. Click here
to download a flyer for your group's announcement table.
The Happy Hour East Group
will be celebrating their anniversary
on Wednesday, April 23rd
. Food will be served first followed by speakers. The meeting will end at about 7:15.
The Joy of Living Group
be celebrating their anniversary
on May 19th
Catherine's Church on the corner of Webster and
Hemlock Streets on Manchester's East side. The anniversary
meeting will be an open meeting, so come one come all. Coffee
Hour from 7-8PM, Speakers from 8-9 and an ice cream social starting at
9PM. Raffles & a sobriety countdown. Download a flier here
for your group's announcement table.
Groups that are
currently looking for support
- The Women's Daytime Group, which meets
on Fridays from 12:30 to 1:30PM at Gethsemane Lutheran Church is
looking for support.
- The Queen
City Group, which meets on
Friday nights from 8-9:15PM at the First Congregational Church on the
corner of Hanover and Union Streets in Manchester is looking for
support. This is one of Manchester's longest running groups.
The next District
will be held on April 27th,
6:00 PM at St.
on Ferry St
Information on several up comming events
has been posted. Please
check out our Activites page for links to the activity's pages and
links to fliers.
reminder to GSRs.
Part of your responsiblities is to represent
your group's concience at Area Assemblies. These are held four
times each year, in March, May, August and November. For exact
dates and location details, check the Area
43 Event Calendar
download a draft of the 2014 General Services Conference agenda.
you like to automatically include District 12 Events into your personal
See the same events that are posted on the District
Event calendar inserted into your personal electronic calendar without
having to browse to this website. The instructions are here
and on the Technology Committee page.
The Bridging the Gap program assists alcoholics who are newly released
from institutions to get a solid start in AA on the outside. If
you are interested in volunteering as a temporary contact, or know
someone who can benefit from this program, check out the information on
the Treatment Committee's page
us to enlist others in service
Print out a copy of this
from the District Search committee and put it on your group's
12 Technology committee has an email newsletter
called the D12 Buzzz. Stay up to date with what's going on in
district, from District Assembly activities to group anniversaries,
it's all there. Click
here to sign up for the Buzzz
Updated - 11-Apr-201417-Apr - Updated Announcements. Added a page for the Alcathon Committee. Added page for Local Committee Members and posted a PDF file containing their assigned groups.
30-Mar - Restructured the home page. Changes to the Treatment page. Added forms to submit requests for a temporary contact and to volunteer to be a contact.
23-Mar - Updated Announcements.
19-Mar - Posted the 2014 April Workshop
(Everything You Always Wanted to Know About AA).
19-Mar - Posted the Spring Dinner and
19-Mar - Posted the Bill
Wilson House Trip information.
NHAA District 12 Website
District 12, Area 43
Website of Alcoholics Anonymous
(AA) will be the voice for District 12 on the public internet. Its
editors and staff will be accountable to District 12 as a whole. There
will be one central purpose: The website will try to carry the A.A.
message to alcoholics and practice the A.A. principles in all its
We will observe all of A.A.’s Principles and Traditions on
website. We will practice anonymity on the website at all times and we
will ensure that we use the same safeguards that we use at the level of
press, radio and film. *
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.
* Tradition 12 - "Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our
Traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.