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If you would like to speak to someone in A.A., call 513-351-0422 in the Cincinnati area, or 937-222-2211 in the Dayton area

District 28 contains a large service need:

A great number of men and women suffering and

recovering from alcoholism inside the many correctional

and other locked-door facilities within our district

Many A.A. men and women volunteers are being of service to these alcoholics,

Some facilities need additional volunteers and/or
additional meetings,

Some volunteers and/or facilities need more A.A.
literature and supplies.

See the “Service” page for volunteer opportunities!

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JANUARY 18: D28 Meeting

APRIL 19: D28 Meeting

MAY 17: D28 Meeting

JULY 26: D28 Meeting

OCTOBER 18: D28 Meeting

NOVEMBER 15: D28 Meeting

Loveland Presbyterian Church

6796 Loveland-Miamiville Rd. - Loveland

3rd Wednesday at 8pm!

THANK YOU to the following groups/meetings

for donating to District 28 in 2022:

112 Big Book Study

20 Mile Stand

20 Mile Stand Big Book Study

Acceptance Is The Answer

An 11th Step Open Meeting

Family Afterward (ESC)

Friday Morning Birdwatchers

Georgetown Wednesday Night

Goshen Friday Discussion

Hoptown Lite

Lebanon Wednesday Discussion

Mason Saturday Night

Batavia Twelve And Twelve

More About Alcoholism

Mt Moriah Spiritual Tuneup

Batavia Tuesday Night Women’s

West Chester Family Afterward

Click here - WTF is District 28

District 28 Boundaries

From the intersection of I-275 and I-75, North on I-75 to SR 73, East on SR 73 to the Warren-Clinton county border, South on the Warren-Clinton county border to the Warren-Clinton -Clermont county border, East on the Clermont-Clinton county border to the Brown-Clinton county border, East on the Brown-Highland county border, South on the Brown-Highland county border to SR 32, West on SR 32 to I-275, North on

I-275 to the start point.

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Mailing Address:   A.A. District 28, P.O. Box 426, Loveland, OH  45140-9998

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