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BRIDGING THE GAP  LITERATURE & PAMPHLETS


 


 


NIAGARA DISTRICT
INTERGROUP
                                    

INTERGROUP GUIDELINES
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LITERATURE FOR SALE
INTERGROUP BOOKS, PAMPHLETS & ACCESSORIES PRICING
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Download price list with information & pricing.  Please contact Literature Chair at least a week before Intergroup meeting.
EMAIL:  intergroupliterature@hotmail.com
PHONE:  Bill - 905-371-4554 or Doug - 905-941-9533


  GSR DISTRICT 12
 

DISTRICT 12 GSR
OPERATING GUIDELINES
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GSR DISTRICT 13
 

DISTRICT 13 GSR
OPERATING GUIDELINES
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DISTRICT 13
ROUND UP
 

DISTRICT 13
ROUND UP GUIDELINES
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LIVING FREE MEETING

184 Church St., St. Catharines
(Salvation Army)
 

The Living Free Meeting is sponsored by District 12 General Service.  All meetings held at 6:45 pm sharp Salvation Army, 184 Church St., St. Catharines, ON

If your group is unable to put on the meeting please notify Dale K. - 905-931-6334 or Bill Z. - 289-214-0294 so that other arrangements can be made.

Meeting Co-ordinator's job description is set up and take down tables and chairs with handouts before and after the hosting group shows up.  To collect the 7th and to be liaison with the Salvation Army Facility insuring their rules are followed.  Required to open weekly, or find alternate person if you cannot attend. (Dist 12 DCM can fill in)

Hosting group's job will not be required to set up tables and chairs or make coffee.  These things will be taken care of.  We are just hoping that several group members with good sobriety will be willing to spend an hour once a week for four (or 5) weeks to host an AA meeting at this location.

Volunteer your group (District 12) to host the meeting one day per week (Monday), for a one month period.  Contact the Meeting co-ordinators above.

information:               contact:  Email
 

   
Bridging The Gap
 
Volunteer A. A. members (men and women of all ages) are needed as temporary contact persons to "bridge the gap" between release and Alcoholics Anonymous. Your chance to put the Responsibility Pledge into action!

information:                contact:  Email
 


Treatment Facilities
 
Treatment volunteers can participate in an in-house AA meeting at the Treatment Facility.  AA suggests that the volunteers have at least
1 year of continuous recovery and a working knowledge of the 12 Steps.
"AA members can volunteer to be temporary contacts and introduce newcomers to Alcoholics Anonymous through Bridging the Gap. This is  
Basic 12 step work. Please contact us to get involved."  

information:                contact:  Email

PI/CPC
Public Information & Co-operation with the Professional Community

 
The P.I./C.P.C. committee acts as the liaison between the public and the fellowship of Alocholics Anonymous.  It seeks to carry the message to the alcoholic who still suffers and those who may come into contact with them, including clergy, educators, health care professionals, government officials, employers, lawyers, social workers, union leaders, and persons working in the field of alcoholism. 

information:               contact:  Email


Website
Committee

 
Want to get involved.  The website committee needs people. New ideas about what content is useful and appropriate are welcome. 
No computer skills necessary. 

for information:          contact:  Email
   


Intergroup
 Representatives
 

Intergroup (central office) representative:  In the many locations where an intergroup (or central office association) has been formed, each group usually elects an intergroup representative, who participates in business meetings with other such representatives on a regular basis to share their groups' experience in carrying the A.A. message.  The intergroup representative tries to keep the group well-informed about what the local intergroup is doing.

for information:           contact:  Your Group

Does your group have a representative?
Talk to your group
 


GSR
Representatives
 

The General Service Representative:  Has the job of linking his or her group with A.A. as a whole.  The G.S.R. represents the voice of the group conscience, reporting the group's thoughts to the district committee member and to the delegate, who passes them on to the Conference.  This communication is a two-way street, making the G.S.R. responsible for bringing back to the group Conference Actions that affect A.A. unity, health and growth.  Only when a G.S.R. keeps the group informed and communicates the group conscience, can the Conference truly act for A.A. as a whole.

information:               contact:  Your Group

Does your group have a representative?
Talk to your group
 

 

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