From the December 1944 magazine.

Along the Metropolitan Circuit

BERGEN COUNTY STRIDES FORWARD. . . Greatly increased membership has made larger meeting quarters imperative. Donald Borg, Editor of The Bergen Evening Record, again came to our rescue. Meetings will be held in a spacious wing of the Hackensack Civilian Defense Centre, as soon as renovations are completed. Rent free. Borg interceded for us with the Hackensack City Manager. As a result of his intercession we are now proteges not only of the city but of the entire county. This is another indication of the recognition that is being given throughout the country to A.A.--and to the understanding that alcoholism is a public health problem. . . . We owe a debt to the public-spirited men and women who are helping A.A. groups and are working toward intelligent education of non-alcoholics on the subject of alcoholism.

BROOKLYN GROUP LUNCHING. . . Every Thursday at 12:15 p.m., we get together for luncheon in the Coffee Shop of the Hotel St.George, Brooklyn. Like all the other groups, ours, too, is growing rapidly. Our mailing address is still: P.O. Box 91, Brooklyn, N. Y.

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