As per the guidelines set by Governor Walz’s Emergency Executive Order 20-99, The Firing Line will continue to meet in-person while practicing social-distancing guidelines. Mask are required for in-person meetings. More information is available at links listed below.
If you are planning to attend in person please bring your own Big Book, as we are not able to provide them at this time. To provide an alternative to in-person attendance, TFL visitors and members may also participate online via Zoom.
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/
To safely practice the 7th Tradition, The Firing Line is accepting contributions via Venmo.
Venmo the TFL @The-Firing-Line
To contribute to the ‘Green Can,’ which provides for ASL interpreters at select A.A. meetings,
From Frequently Asked Questions about Stay Safe MN:
Can I continue to go to sobriety support meetings, such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous?
Yes. More information can be found in MDH’s Guidance for Community and Faith-Based Organizations. When attending AA meeting, Minnesotans should wear face coverings and practice social distancing measures and maintain six feet between you and those around you. Sobriety support groups are encouraged to provide virtual meetings or meetings by telephone for members who need assistance and support.
From Governor Walz’s Emergency Executive Order 20-99:
Paragraph 6 “Activities outside of the home”, Section a, line vii:
Sobriety and mental health support groups. Prohibited social gatherings do not include sobriety or other mental health support groups. Remote meetings are encouraged whenever possible. When remote meetings are not possible, smaller meetings of shorter duration are encouraged. Any in-person meetings must comply with applicable public health guidance, including relevant MDH guidance.