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Easy Access Narcotics Anonymous, 7 p.m., United Church of Christ, 301 S.
Minnesota St. Open meeting 1st Friday of the Month.
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ATTENTION
JOURNAL
SUBSCRIBERS
:

Contact The Journal office to put your
Journal on vacation while you are on yours! Vacation stops and
Vacation saves are available for you while you are away. Please contact The Journal
office at least two days in advance of your departure to assure your paper gets stopped.
Call 507-359-2911 or 1-800-967-1760 or simply email
kmeidl@nujournal.com.

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Emotions Anonymous is an anonymous fellowship open to any person seeking help to deal with overwhelming emotions-anger, fear, sadness, despair, & other strong feelings. There are no fees or dues. Join us at (EA) Emotions Anonymous Mondays at 7:00 p.m. 100 N. Wash. St. (River Valley Christian Church) New Ulm.
Contact 507-217-3756.
Website for more info -
emotionsanonymous.org
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The Riverbend Chapter of the
National Federation of the Blind now meets
every 2nd Thursday at
American Legion Club
223 East Walnut
Mankato, MN
6:30-8:30pm
Basement meeting room. For more information, contact Jack Rupert President, Phone 507-276-4640 or email jerupert@outlook.com
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SURVIVORS of
SUICIDE (SOS)
- Support Group -
New Ulm Medical Center Auditorium,
1st Thursday of Each Month, 6-8pm.
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ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS
Tuesday Mornings at the Fairfax Public
Library. 10:00 AM. Every week.
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ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS
Three Legacies AA
Wednesdays &
Sundays
7:00pm
at RiverValley
Christian Church
100 N. Washington
Basement Entrance
Closed Big Book
12x12 Meeting
507-269-3473
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Parkinsons Support Group meets the 2nd Monday of each month 1:30 at Oak Hills,
(Hillside Haven Rm)
1314 8th St. North
Contact Linda Tauer, 507-227-1497
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Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia? FREE, confidential consultations are available at your convenience to help and support you.
Call Prairie Senior
Cottages at 359-3420
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WESTSIDE AL ANON Meeting at Kwik Trip, 1525 South Broadway, use rear lower entrance, every Tuesday 7 pm.
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ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS
Three Legacies New Beginnings for Women
Closed women's
meeting, Wednesdays,
5:30 pm River Valley Christian Church
100 N Washington, New Ulm
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If there is a drug problem in your home, the Nar-Anon Family Group may be able to help. Meeting place ISJ Hospital Room 0310 in basement. Sundays at 3:30 pm
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OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS is an anonymous fellowship open to any person with an eating disorder or weight problem; there are no dues or fees. Join us at Overeaters Anonymous (OA). Tuesdays, 7:00pm, 100 N. Washington, River Valley Christian Church, New Ulm. Contact: 276-3968 or
ann.nu.oa@gmail.com
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Starting June 6th.
Sleepy Eye Serenity Seekers Al-Anon, Monday at 5:30pm, Trinity Lutheran Church, 217 Breckenridge St., SW Sleepy Eye, Mn. Use the lower back enterance.
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WOMEN IN Brown County are invited to attend a 9-week
program for domestic violence victims who are dealing with issues regarding past or present abusive
relationships.
For more information CALL 507-233-6663
or 507-233-6666
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