The cult of Alcoholics Anonymous in the usual breaking of Tradition 11 "Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films" is having a PROMOTIONAL prospect hunting trip to New Dorp High School 465 New Dorp Lane, Staten Island, NY 10306 on AA’s 29th annual Share-A-Day between 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday July 14, 2012. The cult is going after the young ones in Staten Island in a big way and cult members will be in force ready and willing to have your child label himself as an "Alcoholic" for life and enter the asset depletion phase of multiple relapses and multiple Rehab stays at about $1000 a day to make them "hit bottom" following the Jellinek Curve. This is a "free for all" prospect hunt and is a free event, but it is suggested that you have very good health insurance or your parents have very good jobs or own nice houses that can be attached by Hazelden based counseling facilities to pay for this "free" service.
AA event to introduce group to the public
Published: Monday, July 09, 2012, 12:13 PM
The Staten Island General Service of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) invites the public to learn more about the fellowship that helps people recover from alcoholism during an event this Saturday.
AA’s 29th annual Share-A-Day will be held from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at New Dorp High School. Informational workshops and open meetings will be held throughout the day, and AA literature will be available. The free event also includes breakfast and lunch.
AA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other during meetings in an effort to solve their common problem and help others recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership, and the organization is not allied with any sect, denomination, political group, organization or institution. The primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety.
For more information, visit statenislandaa.org.
For an idea of the AA members that will be helping to talk your child into being an Alcoholic for the rest of their lives and run meetings just like this see (also remember that many of them were recruited in jails and prisons) -
1. Coordinates correctional information with G.S.O.
2. Keeps the prisoner correspondence list up to date and coordinates the (Prerelease Program) Bridging The Gap Program.
3. Attends S.E.N.Y. Corrections Facilities Committee Chair's meetings.
4. Is familiar with the correctional Facilities Workbook.
5. Attends the monthly Staten Island General Services Meeting held on the second Sunday of every month.
Corrections Correspondence - a special kind
of A.A. Service
We are in need of A.A. members on the " outside " willing to correspond with A.A. members in correctional facilities.
Those who have participated in this service have found sharing with inmates a very gratifying
form of Twelfth Step work.
If you would like to share your experience, strength and hope with A.A.'s who are confined,
or would like more information please click here for a downloadable pamphlet and form about this service and how to get involved.
Thank you for your willingness to share in this most important work.
The AA Corrections "Bridging the Gap" Program.
The purpose of the AA "Bridging the Gap" Program is to connect the inmate AA member with Alcoholics Anonymous in their community upon their release. You are being asked to be that AA "Bridging the Gap" volunteer. When a soon-to-be released AA inmate contacts us, we match them to a volunteer in their community. We call you, get the okay and then send the information along to you. Your job is simple. You contact the AA inmate and arrange to take them to an AA meeting within 24 hours of their release.
For more information click here for a downloadable pamphlet on the The AA Corrections "Bridging the Gap" Program.
Contact information: Please email email@example.com for more information.