Portland Maine A.A. International History Conference September 6-7
Speaker Lineup on 8/29/2013
Participant Registration Growing
This last month has seen an influx of those who are registering for the FREE, and are planning to attend, The First International Alcoholics Anonymous History Conference in Portland, Maine, Sept 6-7. Bring it on! No limit on those we hope to see learning and sharing.
Distinguished Volunteer Speaker List Also Growing
A preview of those AAs, 12 Step leaders, and Christian recovery leaders who will come to Maine to give us their experience and expertise on Old School Akron A.A. and 12-Step recovery:
Wally C., businessman, Portland, Maine, Conference Chair
Father Bill W., Texas, Chair, Episcopal Dioceses of Texas Recovery Committee, Quiet Time
Russell S., attorney, Alive Again, Miami, Twelve Steps
Mark G., businessman, Ontario, The Akronites
Robb H., M.D., St. Louis, Missouri, medical elements of, and techniques for overcoming addiction and relapse, and prevention.
Chris P., businessman, Toronto, Gaining ground on listing of meetings.
Jim H., state of Washington, archivist, retired air force Master Sergeant, Photos of A.A.’s New Historical Era and Research in Vermont.
Tim K., Colorado, the story and success of Came to Believe (Clarence Snyder) spiritual retreats
Dick B., Maui, Hawaii, author, A.A. historian, recovered with over 27 years of sobriety. 46 titles and over 1500 articles on A.A. History.
Rev. Ken B., Maui, Hawaii, author, historian, ordained minister, president of Good Book Publishing Company.
Rev. Michael Liimatta, Kansas City, Missouri; Education director, City Vision College; former education director of Alcoholics Victorious and of Association of Gospel Rescue Missions, outreach to VA homeless, treatment program director, non-profit funding consultant (in person or by other presentation)