We are celebrating Founders Day for the month of June!
On June 10, 1935, Dr. Bob had his last drink – and that day marks the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous. We are celebrating Founders Day with a presentation of ‘The Founders Album 50th Anniversary AA Convention June 4-7, 1985 Recordings’ featuring Bill W, Dr. Bob, Ebby Thatcher, and other founding members of AA sharing their experience, strength, and hope. From the 1985 AA Convention in Montreal and presented in 13 installments, these recordings include over 10 hours of speakers and can be found on the Founders Album page.
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