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From the AA History Symposium
THE TIMELINE OF DR. BOB’S LAST DRINK
Sunday, June 9: Dr. Bob travels from Akron to Atlantic City, and begins drinking on the train.
Monday, June 10: First day of the AMA Convention. Bob managed to stay sober until dinner, but began drinking again after the evening meal.
Tuesday, June 11: Second day of the AMA Convention. Bob begins drinking again in the morning and has no clear memory of anything until three days later.
Wednesday, June 12: Black out drunk.
Thursday, June 13: Black out drunk.
Friday, June 14: The last day of the AMA Convention. Dr. Bob makes it back to Akron where he is picked up by his office nurse at the train station that morning. He begins a three day process of sobering up.
Saturday, June 15: Sobering up.
Sunday, June 16: Sobering up.
Monday, June 17: Dr. Bob has his last drink that morning, a bottle of beer to calm his shaking hands and nerves before performing a surgery at Akron City Hospital. The patient survived and Bob never drank again.
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WHAT IS A CENTRAL OFFICE?
“A central office (or intergroup) is an A.A. service office that involves partnership among groups in a community—just as A.A. groups themselves are partnerships of individuals. A central office is established to carry out certain functions common to all the groups—functions which are best handled by a centralized office—and it is usually maintained, supervised, and supported by these groups in their general interest. It exists to aid the groups in their common purpose of carrying the A.A. message to the alcoholic who still suffers.”
– Reprinted from the A.A. Guidelines on Central or Intergroup Offices with permission of A.A. World Services, Inc
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