Queens Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
   
 

105-29A Metropolitan Avenue, Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375
3 doors
OFF Metropolitan Avenue
(Behind the Sweet Shop on 72nd Rd  | Street level - no stairs)
Office Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays  from 7 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Saturdays 10 A.M. to 2 P.M.
Call ahead
Queens Intergroup Mail:  QIAA,  P.O. Box 754088,  Forest Hills Station,  N.Y. 11375-9088
Office telephone: 718 520 5024
NEW  Your May 2015 (Rev.) Meeting Book is now available.  More Info here.

Y
our Intergroup Carries The Message 24 Hours A Day, Every Day
But We Need Your Help To Save Lives
We Need Phone Coordinators For Various Days And Nights,
Also, People To Answer The Hotline When Someone Reaches Out For Help.
Be The Person Who Helps Save A Life Just By Giving Back.
 Volunteer For The QIAA Hotline

Carry the message of your heart. 
Submit an article for publication is the Queens Intergroup Newsletter. 
To submit your message or event e-mail the
 Q.I.A.A. Newsletter Editor

Your Individual, Group, and Share A Thon Contributions
Have Helped Queens Intergroup To Continue It's Twelve Step Work

Find Your Groups Donation Here

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UPDATES TO YOUR 2015 MEETING BOOK 
as of July 26th.
5 changes have been posted.

If you need to update your Group's listing,
or you are starting a new Group, you will find
the forms here.
  
UPCOMING EVENTS
also see "Anniversaries" link just above.



Queens County General Services
Share-A-Day
September 12th.
Information, directions, map and flyer.



Queens Speaker Exchange
and Delegates Meeting
Saturday, September 12th.
at
I.S. 5,  50-40 Jacobus Street,
Elmhurst, NY  11373    MAP

Exchange Meeting - 7:30
Delegates Meeting - 9:00
Same day and place as the
Queens Share-A-Day.
See information above.



YOUR INTERGROUP'S
25th. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
is in the works.  Look for more information on the Archives Page.
>The Shareathon
>The First Year



TEMPORARY MEETING CHANGES

The "Give It A Try" Group formerly meeting in
Elmont (Nassau County) is temporarily meeting
in Cambria Heights.  At the Cambria Heights
Community Church
,  118-02 230th Street.
Monday is a Step Meeting at 7:00 P.M.
(Traditions on the First Monday).
Thursday is a Beginners at 7:15 P.M. with an
Open / Anniversaries Meeting on Last Thursday.

   

THANK YOU

We often hear someone saying how important the Share-A-Thons have been to their sobriety.  Thanks to the efforts of countless people, and some 56 of their Groups, your Intergroup was once again able to provide a safe place for those in the Fellowship to go.  Were we all carrying the message?  Yes; you made it possible to have 194 Open Meetings, at the Seasonal Share-A-Thon alone.  Perhaps a few “seeds” were “planted” that will save someone at sometime in the future, and for that we may all wish to give thanks.

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the original Big Book in 1939 a replica of the first Big Book has been printed.  Your copy of the Special Edition may be purchased at your Queens Intergroup office for $12.00.

NEW
MAY 2015 (Rev.) MEETING BOOKS ARE
NOW AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.
ALSO THERE IS A
NO-COST EVEN EXCHANGE
COVERING ALL OF YOUR COPIES OF
THE FIRST MAY 2015 PRINTING,
FOR THIS NEW AND IMPROVED EDITION.
As always your first copy is free.
Stop by the Queens Intergroup office
to pick up your Group supply
- Office Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 
from 7 P.M. to 9 P.M.
  Saturdays from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M..
Call first to be sure that
one of our volunteers was able to get there -
718.520.5024

Phone Volunteers!
We Need Your Help!
For More Information on Volunteering
>> Click Here
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