Welcome to Green County

Alcoholics Anonymous’ Area 75’s  35th District is located in South-Central Wisconsin.

Meetings can be found throughout Green County and at least one meeting is scheduled in our area any day of the week.

District 35 Meeting List: 

District 35 Current Events/Happenings:

  • Speak Easy OPEN AA Pot Luck Holiday Meeting. December 3rd, 2022 at 18th and 8th. For more details click the link: Speak Easy 12 2022
  • 12th Step opportunities:
    • General Service Representative: General Service Representatives (GSR’S) link “your home group with the whole of A.A.”. As a trusted servant a group representative transmits, ideas, opinions, and facts to the larger Fellowship. Most GSR’S attend District meeting monthly to provide input from the group to the District and shares information from the District to their respective group. There are several groups in District 35 which need a GSR. Please click here more details on the GSR position.
    • Carry the message project 2022 : Provides an excellent opportunity to gift a subscription of the Grapevine to an individual (friend or sponsee) or Organization (home group or doctors office). For more information, please click here.

For an official list of meetings in all areas of southern Wisconsin, please visit: Area75.org.

District 35’s mission is as found in the 12 traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. To carry the message of recovery from alcoholism, by sharing our recovery experience of working the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Donations To District 35

Group or individual donations to District 35 may be made by check or money order. Please mail donations to:  District 35 P.O Box 2 Monroe, WI. 53566

District 35 provides support from the efforts of our volunteer members to remain ever willing to help the next still-suffering alcoholic find their way to peace and sobriety.

Responsibility Statement:
When anyone anywhere reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA always to be there. And for that, “I am responsible!”


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“We are not a glum lot”

In meetings we laugh and share the stories of how we recovered from an unmanageable and hopeless alcoholic life. We discuss what life was like when we were drinking, what happened to us which made us decide to stop and what life is like now, living without alcohol.

Offering our experience, strength and hope is the responsibility we carry to maintain our own recovery, and thus, keeping us sober “one day at a time”.

NOTE:

This is NOT the official website of Alcoholics Anonymous World Services.
You may find Alcoholics Anonymous at: AA.org