We understand firsthand that being a part of Alcoholics Anonymous means that we're actively involved. From attending meetings to serving one another, taking action is an essential part of our well-being process. As members of A.A., attending local and statewide events is another way we can continue to grow and to practice these principles. These events, whether big or small, provide companionship and inspiration for all of us to come together to celebrate recovery.

A.A. Related Announcements

2024 Fort Wayne Area Intergroup Nominee

We seek dedicated A.A. members willing to give back. The Fort Wayne Area Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous strives to make the A.A. recovery program accessible to all alcoholics, maintain group unity, and provide service. Officers, trustees, and members-at-large cannot vote as group delegates or alternates in Intergroup decisions, including elections. Please click the Download button for the nominee form. The deadline for Nominations is 5 PM on June 3, 2024.


CampYPAA — May 31

Join us from May 31 through June 2 for the CampYPAA event in Edinburgh. Registration includes two nights of camping, dinner on Saturday, speaker panels, activities, and campfires. For more registration information, click the Download button.


9th Annual Rods & Recovery — June 9

Join the Rods & Recovery Car and Bike Show sponsored by the 13th Step House on Sunday, June 9. The cost is $15 per vehicle. Judging begins at 10 AM, and awards will be given out at 1 PM. There will be food, a silent auction, and a 50/50 raffle. For more information, please click the Download button.


Pancake Breakfast — Jun. 9

Join us at Club Recovery in Kendallville for the 14th Annual Pancake Breakfast Recovery on Sunday, June 9. Breakfast begins at 9 AM, and the speaker starts at noon.


ICYPAA International Conference — Jul. 4 - 7

The 64th Annual International Conference of People in AA will be held on July 4 through 7 at the JW Marriott in Austin, Texas. For more information and to register or book a room, please click the Download button.


Tri-County Conference, Michigan — Sept. 13

Join us for the 37th Annual Tri-County Conference. This year's theme is "Walk Day By Day in the Path of Spiritual Progress." This event is on September 13 - 15 in Pontiac, Michigan. For registration information, please click the Download button.


Friday Night AA Campfire Meetings — Starting May 3

If you're in the Kendallville area, join us for the Friday Night AA Campfire Meeting, which begins on May 3. The event starts at 8 PM (weather permitting) and is a closed AA meeting, so come early for fellowship.


Thursday Night Jaywalkers Group Moving to Wednesday

Starting on May 15, the Jaywalker Meeting at 7 PM will move from Thursdays to Wednesdays. Meetings will remain at Roanoke Brethren Church, 415 S Main Street, Roanoke. For more details, click on the Download link.


Central Group Book Study Meeting

Exciting news! Our Central Group Book Study Meeting is back with a new time and date. Starting Wednesdays at 7 PM, we invite you to join us on the first floor of 300 W. Wayne Street, Fort Wayne, IN. Whether you're an old-timer or just starting out, all are welcome to engage in lively discussions. We hope to see you there!


Corrections Committee Newsletter — Service Opportunity

Attention AA members, volunteers are needed for the ACJC speaker meeting. These meetings aren’t coed, so men and women are needed for these service positions. If interested, please click the Download button to get the email address. We appreciate your help.


Safety Card for A.A. Groups

The General Service Office has made this optional card available as an A.A. service piece for in-person/online groups that wish to use it. Please feel free to utilize, choose a section(s), or adapt the text to your group's needs. To view our card, please select the 'Download' button.


Grapevine Podcast

The AA Grapevine now offers a weekly podcast with Don and Sam, in which they will interview a different member about their experience, strength, and hope in each episode. To hear more about these podcasts, click here, to learn more,


COVID-19 and our 7th tradition

Read this PDF to learn more how the entire AA fellowship is coming together to provide ongoing support through the COVID-19 pandemic.


Service Work Opportunities

As members of A.A., one of our foundational principles is to help other alcoholics — conducting Twelfth Step work. Bill W. says it best: “Our Twelfth Step — carrying the message — is the basic service that the A.A. Fellowship gives; this is our principal aim and the main reason for our existence. Therefore, A.A. is more than a set of principles; it is a society of alcoholics in action. We must carry the message, else we ourselves can wither and those who haven’t been given the truth may die.” From A.A.’s Legacy of Service by Bill W. Below are some service work announcements.

Need to reach us?

Need a token for your sponsee, or maybe you need some additional information for your club? If so, please contact our A.A. offices.