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Frankfort Group

        Established September 10, 1946, Frankfort Group was the first AA group in Frankfort, Kentucky. It’s members were trusted friends, advisors, and mentors to Addicts Anonymous, an AA group located in the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. Addicts Anonymous was the only known recovery group of its kind in 1947 and in 1949 an article was published in the AA Grapevine detailing the relationship between these two pioneering groups. A copy of the AA Grapevine article is available here.

        Held at The Frankfort Token Club, 859 E Main St, Suite 3C, our meetings are at 11:30 in the morning and 8 in the evening. They include a Big Book Study every Sunday night, a Speaker Meeting every Friday night, and a study of The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, every Saturday morning.

The Frankfort Token Club
859 E Main #3C, Frankfort, KY 40601
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Meeting ID: 841 127 6078 – Passcode: frankfort

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