The Al-Anon World Service Organization has announced the 2018 International Convention to be held on July 6 to July 8, 2018. Check out all the details on the WSO website here. We’ll see you there!
District 8 invites you to their 11th Annual AFG Gratitude Dinner on Saturday, October 21, 2017 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Greenville, NC. Speakers from AA, Al-Anon, Alateen will share their stories about this Family Disease. Taco Salad and Beverages will be provided. There will be raffles, an auction and great fellowship. 2:00 pm-2:30 pm Meet & Greet 3:00 pm Food & Speakers Begin Please bring a side or dessert to share Click here for the event flyer
Save the date for an anniversary dinner of the Monday Night How It Works AFG. Dinner starts at 6:30 followed by a speaker and fellowship. Please bring a dish with you to share at the Hudson Memorial Presbyterian Church in Raleigh. Click here for the event flyer
The Learning to Live AFG invites you to their monthly speaker series on Thursday, August 31st at the Historic Providence Christian Church, 819 North Main St, Graham, NC. The speaker will be Wanda W. from Greensboro. Click here for the event flyer
The Learning to Live AFG invites you to their monthly speaker series on Thursday, August 31st at the Historic Providence Christian Church, 819 North Main St, Graham, NC. The speaker will be Lee S. from Durham. Click here for the event flyer
Download the flyer here! “Recovery: Work It Out!!” District 1 is holding their annual Fall Workshop on Saturday, September 30th starting at 8 AM and going until 2:30 PM. Join us to “work it out” with an inspiring day of Al-Anon breakout sessions, speakers (AA, Alateen, and Al0-Anon), a raffle, plus breakfast and lunch is provided! The in-advance fee will be $5 for Al-Anon members and $3 for Alateen members. Alateens must be accompanied by a certified AMIAS or a guardian. Use the attached registration form to send in your fee. The at-the-door fee will be $8, cash-only. The event will be held...
The North Carolina and Bermuda Area website has been redesigned to provide an updated look and improved meeting list functionality and better mobile device presentation. Newcomers will find the “About Al-Anon and Alateen” menu contains all the basics of the program, including 20 questions to help determine if the program is right for them, the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions, and the locations of the two Literature Distribution Centers. Members and newcomers alike will find a meeting list that allows greater flexibility for searching. Options on the “All Meetings” menu allow coarse-grained searching by broad swaths of the NC/Bermuda area, and tabs on...