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Alcoholism Annual Report January 2011

Submitted by Father Andrew Harrison.

The Little Christmas Alcoholic Anonymous group is now meeting at St. Luke every Thursday at 7:30 PM. The group has been in existence since 1985. When founded, the members took the name Little Christmas because every day of sobriety was a new Christmas, and the group was founded on Theophany which has been called Little Christmas. St. Luke is the third location since the group was organized. We are honored to have them meeting at St. Luke, and we hope it will be a long association.

Co-Dependents Anonymous is now also meeting at St. Luke every Sunday at 5:30 PM. Co-Dependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships. I have made myself available to both groups for help with the twelve steps of AA particularly steps 3 and 5. The AA group that was meeting on Wednesdays at noon has been closed. There is a possibility of the group meeting in the future. Both groups make a donation to St. Luke to the cover expenses.