Welcome to www.aanwmt.org, Flathead Valley’s Intergroup Website
This site is provided to members and to the curious or interested through the efforts of many who thrive in recovery by carrying AA’s message to the still suffering alcoholic.
Today we “absolutely insist on enjoying life”, as expressed in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. If you want to see how, or better yet join us, please check out our “CALENDAR PAGE” which lists many fun and educational events that are outside of our regular meetings. Won’t you join us as together we travel the road to a happy destiny?
Our “Hotline” numbers are:
Northwest Montana AA Hotline: (406) 257-7185
Montana State-wide Toll-Free AA Hotline: (888) 607-2000
Alanon/Alateen Information Line: (406) 756-1499
Alanon Website: http://www.mt.al-anon.alateen.org/district1.asp
Opportunities in Service……Intergroup and District are seeking volunteers and accepting nominations for our new service “rotations”. Please attend our business meetings and see how you can make your 12th step even more rewarding….to you and to others!
Service is a great way to show your gratitude for recovery. Whether standing for a service position, welcoming a newcomer to their first meeting, or even making coffee, we find that it really is in giving that we receive. Each month we will make note of any service positions currently open at the level of Intergroup or District. Everyone is welcome to attend our monthly business meetings.
Open Intergroup Service Positions: Co-Chair (2 year term); Secretary (1 year term); Treasurer (1 year term).
Open District 91 Service Positions: Treasurer (2 year term); Liaison to Intergroup (2 year term); Chairperson for the Spring 2017 “Into Action” event.
FLATHEAD VALLEY INTERGROUP
Flathead Valley Intergroup provides informational services to AA’ers in Northwest Montana. Intergroup and its service volunteers manage this website, provides our area meeting list, and helps to put on social activities like monthly Birthday Meetings, campouts, Alcathons, hikes, river floats, and more. Intergroup Meetings are held the last Saturday of every month. A Birthday Meeting is held monthly immediately after the Intergroup Meetings. Check the events calendar for this month’s meeting locations, times, and details.
Monthly Business Meetings And Birthday Meetings
Each month The Flathead Valley Intergroup holds meetings for our service work in carrying the message in NW Montana. We follow that with a Birthday Celebration Meeting where we share our experience, strength and hope with others. This month the business meeting is Saturday Dec 31st at 6pm at the Scotty’s/Winchester Steakhouse, 2205 US-93 in Kalispell. Birthday Celebration Meeting is at 8pm at the same location as this year’s Alcathon in the meeting room at the FairBridge Inn & Suites (formerly the Outlaw Inn), 1701 US Highway 93 South, Kalispell, MT.
Birthday Meeting Chairpersons are by volunteers from the groups we serve.
December’s Birthday Meeting will be hosted by The Serenity Group
Please contact us to sign your group up to chair an upcoming Birthday Meeting
District 91 is our areas (Northwest Montana’s) AA service group and is our conduit to Area 40, our Statewide Service Group. District provides Literature, The Grapevine, helps bring meetings into jails and treatment centers, works with the Professional Community in education and information on AA.
District Meetings are held the last Sunday of every month. Check the events calendar for this month’s meeting location.
There are still a lot of opportunities to be of service. Please attend, get informed, and be a great part of all the great services provided by District 91 and its service volunteers.
Head over to the Meetings page for the last printing of the meeting schedule.
Please contact us with any changes or corrections to meetings so we may update our online meeting schedule. If our site doesn’t provide you with the information you need please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the below link for statewide information on meetings by town, events, announcements and more: http://www.aa-montana.org