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The jails and institutions are still desperately in need of old grapevines, AA Approved books and other literature for use in the jails and treatment centers - please pass to Randy A or there is a box just inside the serenity club door

We Need You!!!

"There but for the grace of God..."

"Volunteers are just ordinary people with extraordinary hearts.  They offer the gift of their time to teach, to listen, to help,
to inspire, to build, to grow, to learn.  
They expect no pay, yet the value of their work knows no limits.  
They've planted tiny seeds of love in countless lives.  
Volunteers are just ordinary people who reach out and take a hand and together make a difference that lasts a lifetime."


Carrying the message of recovery to alcoholics behind the walls.
If you are looking for a GREAT opportunity to do some VERY important service work for A.A.
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE!


You can contact the Corrections Chairperson by email at:
corrections@aa-cochisecounty.org


John Bradford (1510 - 1555) was an English Protestant Reformer best remembered for his utterance, "There, but for the grace of God, goes John Bradford." At the time, Bradford was imprisoned in the Tower of London and saw another prisoner going to his execution. Bradford was eventually burned at the stake in June, 1555, during the reign of Queen Mary I -- a.k.a., "Bloody Mary".


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