The Long Island Roundup Roundup (LIRU,) founded in 1988, celebrates another year of recovery, unity, and service for the LGBT community and all of our friends & family. The serene setting of Long Island offers many opportunities for fellowship in a relaxed and tranquil environment. Our 2011 Roundup will consist of AA & Al-Anon workshops, activities, and live theater that will deepen your sense of fellowship among us. Your experience, strength, and hope is a vital part of our success. So join us as we carry the message of AA in a spirit of joy, friendship and hope.
Statement of Purpose
Article I of the Long Island Round Up By-Laws: The Long Island Round Up of Alcoholics Anonymous (hereafter referred to as LIRU) is an incorporated, non-profit organization of Gay Men and Lesbian Women who join together to organize an annual convention to be known as The Long Island Round-Up, a two to three day conference of alcoholics which in observing the Twelve Traditions of AA shall offer workshops, information and social affairs which are intended not only to carry the message of AA but also to convey the spirit of joy, of friendship, of strength, hope and experience among those who share our special interest, ever remembering by our Twelfth Tradition to place principles before personalities.