What’s Happening in AA?

Saturday, July 20th

District 26 Unity Council

Coffee and Doughnuts 9am
Meeting 10am
Houghton Lake Alano Club
2410 N Markey Rd
Houghton Lake, MI 48629

Thursday, July 25th

Potluck & Speaker Tammy R.
Grace on the Base

Dinner 5:30pm
Open Talk 6pm followed by:
Speaker Tammy R.
Grace Community Church 6012 N Skeel Ave, Oscoda, MI 48750 

Saturday, August 3rd

New Life Zoom Group
3rd Annual Picnic 12pm-5pm

3pm AA Meeting

4pm 50/50 recovery book raffle and money

Food being served all day long.
South Higgins Lake State Park

Boat Launch Pavilllion

Sunday, August 11th

Friends of Bill Picnic 

Host - Standish Step of the Month Group
At the gate tell the attendant you’re a Friend of Bill W’s. Admission is Free! Eats, followed by Speaker, DJ/Karaoke with Mr. D., Swimming. 

Saturday, August 24th

Annual District 26 AA Picnic

Open Meeting @ 11am
Followed by Lunch and Fun and Games
Bring a seat and your favorite dish to pass!
Oscoda Beach Park

Sunday, September 8th

Clear Lake Daily Reprieve Group - 3rd Anniversary 

Pot Luck with Speaker Dan B.

4pm - Doors open for fellowship.
5pm - Dinner please bring a dish to pass!
Pork loin and pulled pork sandwiches will be provided with water and coffee and cake.
6pm - Speaker Dan B shares his story.

Daily Reprieve Group
Clear Lake Township Hall
1968 Clear Lake Rd, West Branch, MI 48661

Saturday, September 21st

District 26 Unity Council Meeting

Donuts 9am - Meeting 10am
United Methodist Church
110 North St, Whittemore, MI 48770


CMIA-Central Michigan Intra-Area

Area 32 is part of the General Service structure of Alcoholics Anonymous and consists of the Eastern half of Michigan's lower peninsula, except for the greater Detroit area. We have 14 Districts in our Area with approximately 600 registered groups. Our area assembly meets on the first Sunday of every other month, beginning with February, with a different district hosting it each time. 


Alcoholics Anonymous, experience the history, lest we forget.

AA Grapevine

 The AA Grapevine, Inc. is publisher of the International Journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. 

Alcoholics Anonymous 

A fellowship of people who come together to solve their drinking problem.  It doesn’t cost anything to attend A.A. meetings. There are no age or education requirements to participate. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their drinking problem.
A.A.’s primary purpose is to help alcoholics to achieve sobriety.