Due to national health concerns some meetings have been postponed.
These facilities are closed to outside visitors and groups taking A.A. meetings in until further notice:

Butler Hospital
Davis Archway
Gaiser Center
Grapevine Center
(P)ARC Building
Butler County Prison
Grace Calvary
VA Hospital

These groups have had to cancel their meetings until further notice:

ALL Butler Concerned Meetings at Grace @ Calvary Lutheran Church (Sunday – Saturday)
Sunday Morning Gratitude at the (P)ARC Building
Sunday Courage to Change Group at the ODAAT
Sunday Night Trinity Group at Holy Trinity Monastery
Sunday Parker 12 & 12 at the Parker United Methodist Church
Sunday Night Believers at the VA
Monday Spiritual Experience at the Grapevine Center
Monday The Rule 62 Group at Grace @ Calvary Lutheran Church
Monday Mt. Chestnut @ United Presbyterian Church
Tuesday Butler North Main Street Group at Faith United Presbyterian Church
Tuesday Original Lyndora at the (P)ARC Building
Tuesday Butler Southside at St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church (through the end of March)
Tuesday West Sunbury at West Sunbury U.P. Church
Tuesday Living Sober at Mater Dolarosa Church Hall
Wednesday Easy Does it Group at the ODAAT house
Wednesday Night Women’s Group at First English Lutheran Church
Wednesday Lost & Found at Holy Trinity Monastery
Wednesday Living Again Chicora at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Thursday DESHON group at Trinity U.P. Church
Thursday Spiritual Tools at Christ Community Methodist Church
Thursday Tenderfoot at Covenant Presbyterian Church
Friday Night Solutions at Grace @ Calvary Lutheran Church
Friday The Night Shift at the Grapevine Center
Friday Night Big Book at the VA Hospital
Saturday Serenity at St. Paul’s Catholic School
Saturday Butler Group of AA “Red Door” at St. Peter’s Anglican Church
Saturday Sobriety Hill 12 & 12 at Hill United Presbyterian Church

All listed meetings are on hold until member safety is assured. Any questions about meetings can be answered through the District 1 AA hotline (724) 679-5647 or the area 60 website – https://www.wpaarea60.org/alerts

Additional postponements include:
District 1 April meeting
Day of Sharing
Singing taco meeting
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN DETROIT
FOUNDERS DAY


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Meeting List

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4jun12:00 pm- 1:00 pmButler Concerned "The Nooner"12:00 PM (OD)
4jun5:30 pm- 6:30 pmButler Concerned5:30 PM (OD)
4jun6:00 pm- 7:00 pmTenderfoot6:00 PM (OD)
4jun7:00 pm- 8:00 pmSpiritual Tools of A.A.7:00 PM (CD)
4jun7:30 pm- 8:30 pmK.I.S.S.7:30 PM (OS)
4jun8:00 pm- 9:00 pmDeshon8:00 PM (OS)

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