The Intergroup elections were held last night at our regular monthly meeting for service positions for the new rotation period. There were several service positions filled and those folks elected will begin their term January 1, 2017. Thank you to all of you who stood for these very important service positions.
However, a few service opportunities still remain open:
Please announce these vacancies at the AA meetings you attend. Intergroup will be accepting nominations, and hopefully voting on, the positions listed above at our next monthly meeting on Tuesday, December 13, at 6 p.m. at the Alano Club. If you are interested in serving in this level of AA work, please plan on attending this meeting.
Keep in mind there is the expectation that those holding a service position attend in person with regularity at all Intergroup monthly meetings, and to be prepared to present a monthly report, in addition to adhering to the other responsibilities that go along with the job. Please weigh these responsibilities very carefully before standing for a position.
AND, as always, Anchorage Area Intergroup is continually seeking volunteers to help out at the Intergroup office during the week and on Saturdays. If you're interested in helping out, please e-mail our Office Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org OR call AAI at 272-2312. This is an excellent opportunity for you to be "the hand of AA" to alcoholics and their families.
Please note: you do not have to be an Intergroup Rep in order to attend - our meetings are open to everyone in AA.
Intergroup Office is an AA Service Office that involves a partnership
among the groups in the Anchorage area. The Intergroup Office is
maintained, supervised, and supported by groups in the local area. The
Intergroup Office exists to aid groups in one common purpose - to carry
the message of AA to the alcoholic who still suffers.
Adopted from AA
Guidelines, "Central or Intergroup Offices." All quotes on this site
from "The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous" are reprinted with the
permission of A.A. World Services