Dial 434-300-4077 then Access Code 633038
On Fridays, our virtual meeting is supplemented by an in person meeting in Grant Park. Here are the details about where we meet on Friday rain or shine.
Due to the Coronavirus, this AA meeting is now virtual via a conference call using phone number and access code shown at the top of this page. This literature based meeting occurs each morning 7 days a week at 7:30 am and continues for an hour. All interested in recovery from alcoholism are welcome. This meeting contributes to AA at the Atlanta Central Office, District, Area, and General Service Office. You can contribute electronically via VENMO using @gugogs.
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