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Daily Reflection

For May 24


We are sure God wants us to be happy, joyous, and free. We cannot subscribe to the belief that this life is a vale of tears, though it once was just that for many of us. But it is clear that we made our own misery. God didn't do it. Avoid then, the deliberate manufacture of misery, but if trouble comes, cheerfully capitalize it as an opportunity to demonstrate His omnipotence. For years I believed in a punishing God and blamed Him for my misery. I have learned that I must lay down the "weapons" of self in order to pick up the "tools" of the A.A. program. I do not struggle with the program because it is a gift and I have never struggled when receiving a gift. If I sometimes keep on struggling, it is because I'm still hanging onto my old ideas and ". . . the results are nil."

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SEPIA is sponsoring a GRATITUDE BREAKFAST at Cannstatter’s at 9130 Academy Road, Philadelphia (19114) from 9 am to noon. Tickets:  $20  Buffet style breakfast.   Come join us in a morning of gratitude!  No tickets will be sold at the door.   Contributions and/or...
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Every Saturday Night – Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend – Long Beach Island New Jersey

Meet and Greet – fellowship get-together for AA’ers vacationing to Long Beach Island, New Jersey.   Every Saturday Night (from Memorial Day to Labor Day) at 6:30 pm at the First United Methodist Church, 130th Street and Beach Avenue, Beach Haven Terrace,...
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The Chester County Zone monthly meeting that is held on the SECOND MONDAY of every month at 7 pm, has moved to the Chester County Clubhouse at 700 South Bradford Avenue, West Chester, 19382. NEXT MEETING is MONDAY, JUNE 13th, 2016  
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2016 ANNUAL ROUND UP – shirts and hoodies for SALE

SEPIA’s annual Round Up in Cape May was a HUGE success. Thank you one and all for supporting it. Anyone who would like to get a tee shirt or sweat shirt leftover from the Round Up sales, please stop in at the Intergroup office during regular business hours of 9...
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Final Round-up Program

Welcome to the SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA INTERGROUP ASSOCIATION’S 48th ANNUAL ROUND UP HELD AT THE GRAND HOTEL CAPE MAY, NJ APRIL 8, 9 and 10, 2016   Welcome to the 48th Annual Southeastern Pennsylvania Intergroup Association Round Up. We are delighted that you...
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Saturday, July 16 – VERNON PARK group – 33rd anniversary

The VERNON PARK group is celebrating their 33rd anniversary from 1 to 3 pm at the Thelma B. Nichols building at 47 East Haines Street, Philadelphia (19144).  All are welcome
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SEPIA is sponsoring a GRATITUDE BREAKFAST at Cannstatter’s at 9130 Academy Road, Philadelphia (19114) from 9 am to noon. Tickets:  $20  Buffet style breakfast.   Come join us in a morning of gratitude!  No tickets will be sold at the door.   Contributions and/or...
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SOBRIETY FIRST – 4 weeks closed – June 20, 27 and July 4 and 11

Due to an annual church function, the SOBRIETY FIRST group that meets at St. Michael’s, 130 Levittown Parkway (& Route 13) in Levittown (19054) from 7 pm to 8:15 pm on Monday evenings will NOT be meeting on four Mondays, the dates of June 20 and June 27 and...
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Due to Memorial Day Holiday, the Special Events meeting will be held a week earlier at the SEPIA office at 7 pm at 444 North 3rd Street Philadelphia
All are welcome to help plan all fellowship fundraising events!

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Tuesday, May 24 – 4th Tuesday every month – Local CPC & PI committee meeting 7 pm

The local CPC and PI committee meets at St. Peter’s Church on Easton Road in Glenside at 7 pm.  All interested members wanting to join CPC or PI are welcome to attend.
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Friday, May 27 – NORTH PHILADELPHIA – 56th Anniversary

The NORTH PHILADELPHIA group invites all to their 56th ANNIVERSARY from 7 pm to 9 pm at the East Bethel Baptist Church, 1333 West Erie Avenue (enter on Park Avenue).  All are welcome!  AA and Al-Anon Speakers.  Food, fun, fellowship!
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Friday May 27 at 9 pm to Sunday, May 30 at 7 pm – MEMORIAL DAY ALKATHON

Memorial Day Weekend Holiday Alkathon at the 4021 Clubhouse, 4021 Walnut Street, Philadelphia (19104).  Meetings all weekend long every hour on the hour with a special Saturday Night Club House Dance at 9 pm for a donation of $5.  All are welcome at any...
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Come celebrate the 4th Anniversary of “…in all our affairs.”!  AA meeting studying Steps 10, 11 and 12.   Food/Fellowship:  6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Double Speaker Meeting:  7:30 pm Where:  Presbyterian Church of Deep Run in Hoopes Hall, First Floor, Main...
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Long Timers Speaker Meeting – Saturday, June 4 – The Akron Alternative

Trinity Evangelical Congregational Church at 66 South Limerick Road in Royersford (Montgomery County) 19468.   5:30 pm food and fellowship 6:30 pm meeting with 5 speakers with over 25 years of sobriety each. All are...
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June 10 to 12 – ANY LENGTHS Weekend

At French Creek State Park,  Group Cabins #1 “Surrender Under the Stars!”
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