Northeastern Maryland Intergroup of AA

(410)272-4150 Office Hours Posted on Website

Week of March 14, 2021

Maybe, just maybe . . .

"The idea that religion and spirituality were not one and the same was a new notion. . . Reluctantly, I opened my mind to the fact that maybe, just maybe, there was something to this spiritual lifestyle."

Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 287

Upcoming Events

Office News

Thanks to all the groups and individuals who continue to support the Intergroup through contributions and service. Special Thanks goes to All for celebrating their Anniversaries with a Birthday Plan Contribution. A PayPal account is set up for contributions and is accessible on the Contribute page. Contributions are also gladly accepted by check in the mail, cash or check in person during office hours at NEMDAA Intergroup at 28 Centennial Lane, Aberdeen, MD 21001.

NEW RELEASE A Visual History of Alcoholics Anonymous: An Archival Journey limited edition - has arrived and copies are available for purchase at the Intergroup office. Use this link for more detailed information.

Need literature or medallions? .. the office hours are posted on the website on the Contact Us Page. To enter the office please wear face covering, and respect social distancing. Stop in the office to see some new titles from AAWS, Grapevine and Hazelden. These are great AA anniversary gifts.


Announcing the Maryland General Service Mini-Conference ...please plan on attending Virtual Meeting on April 10th - Speaker, Racy J who serves on the Public Information Desk at the New York General Service will be sharing with us. For more information see the Events Page

Meeting Updates... Meetings are still changing frequently - please remember to check for updated meeting information. You can use this link - How To Find A Meeting

HELPFUL WEBSITE HINT: If you are searching meetings and the days will not change use REFRESH Key. This will allow you to search different days.


Institutions Committee

Available institution commitments are listed on the website under the Service and Committee Section. If you are interested in carrying the message and want more information, send an inquiry to


A.A. Grapevine's Upcoming Calls for Articles: YOU can submit an article to the Grapevine! Article guidelines and suggestions can be found at this link: Submission Guidelines

Young & Sober (stories due this Monday, March 15, 2021) Did you come into AA at an early age? What was that like? We’re looking for stories by people who got sober in their teens, 20s and 30s. Do you go to Young People’s AA meetings and Conferences? How have they helped you? Share your experience!

Cooperation With Professionals (CPC) (stories due April 15, 2021) Have you participated in CPC service (providing doctors, therapists, clergy, lawyers, parole officers, and other professionals information about AA)? Share your experiences. Did a professional help you find your way to AA because of CPC service work?

Answering Service

March 15 - March 21 New Beginnings
March 22 - March 28 Third Tradition
March 29 - April 4 Bel Air Wednesday Night
April 5 - April 11 Bel Air Women's Big Book

You can reach the Answering Service Chair at


* physical meeting
† virtual meeting
‡ actual sobriety date
15 March
Abby P SWAN Group † 6 years
Marshall T Monday Night Raw † 1 year
Shawn C Spirit of Life * 2 years
16 March
Andy H Sober by the Bay * 2 years
17 March
Jack H Bel Air Wednesday Group † 39 years
Paul H How It Works † 46 years
18 March
Heidi K Any Lengths † 3 years
19 March
Greg A Friday Night Lights * 7 years
John G Friday Night Lights * 26 years
Scott H Sobriety on Friday * 1 year
20 March
Kitty New Beginnings * 9 years
21 March
Chuck M Sunday Morning Now * 27 years
22 March
George O C ‡ Joppa Twelve Step 32 years
Jennifer D Emmorton Beginners † 4 years
Lawrence M Monday Night Raw † 8 years
Mike B Monday Night Raw † 7 years
23 March
Deana J Sisters of Sobriety † 4 years
Keith B Sober by the Bay * 15 years
Sonny A Third Tradition * 11 years
Tim W Third Tradition * 4 years
24 March
Donnie S. Joppa Twelve Step * 9 years
Eddie Mc Rule 62 Group 3 years
25 March
Joanne N Bel Air Womens Big Book † 5 years
Kenan K Thirsty Thursday * 1 year
26 March
John D Happy Hour Group † 33 years
27 March
Ken N Plug in the Jug * 8 years
Lamont New Beginnings * 16 years
Phil M ‡ By the Book 1 year
28 March
Jack F Recovering Spirit Group * 40 years
Robert H Port In a Storm * 13 years
30 March
Ernie T Third Tradition * 4 years
Jim M Solution for Living - Physical * 10 years
Leah N Sisters of Sobriety † 7 years
Rachel H Bel Air Women Group - Open To All † 7 years
31 March
Dennis F North East Big Book † 2 years
02 April
John D Sobriety on Friday * 1 year
* physical meeting
† virtual meeting
‡ actual sobriety date

Final Thought:

"A.A. gives us alcoholics direction into a way of life without the need for alcohol. That life for me is lived one day at a time. . . God will give me strength for that day."

Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 300

28 Centennial Lane Aberdeen, MD 21001-2498