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This is an informal guide tells how a group works most effectively, how a new group can be started, and how each group can be linked to A.A. as a whole. Important information about home group service positions is included in this pamphlet.
Per a submission via Submit Content:
The Piedmont Group will be relocating the Tuesday night meeting starting Nov. 1, 2016 to Irving Park Methodist Church, 1510 Cone Blvd.
The District Committee Meeting Minutes – September 8, 2016 are now available on the Documents page.
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Sunday Oct 23rd at Language of the Heart, we will be having our monthly Panel Meeting. This month we are having an informative panel on AA Meetings in Correctional Facilities. We will have our current Correctional Facilities Chair, along with two other AA members with CF service work experience.
A new group has formed and is holding meetings on Mondays at 3:00PM. “A Call to Action” is an open Big Book meeting held at the Unity Club at 918 Glenwood Ave, Greensboro, NC 27403.
The following documents are available at https://www.aanorthcarolina.org/members/default.asp. This page requires a username and password, available from your GSR.
- Proposed 2017 Budget (Full Version)
- Proposed 2017 Budget (Summary)
- Fall 2016 Committee and Election Assembly Notice, November 4-6, 2016
- Highlights: 2016 Summer Committee Meeting
Visit https://aanorthcarolina.org/members/redistrict.asp to learn about the proposed redistricting of District 23 (Greensboro) and the rest of Area 51 (NC). This page requires a username and password, available from your GSR.
These documents make up the first draft proposal produced by the subcommittee. They are presented to facilitate review, discussion and feedback from all districts. Please use the feedback form (available at the above link) to submit any comments, questions or concerns that your district may have. (AA members, groups, and districts are encouraged to provide feedback.) The deadline for feedback is December 31, 2016.
Available at the above link:
- Summary of Proposed Changes
- Feedback Form
- Current English-Speaking Districts
- Proposed English-Speaking Districts
- Proposed Linguistic Districts
- Proposed District Maps
Food at 7, Michelle H. speaks at 8, dance with costume contest following meeting. Bring your spooky snacks!
Download the 2016 Fall Assembly Notice at https://www.aanorthcarolina.org/members/default.asp. This page requires a username and password, available from your GSR.
Area 51 Fall Committee & Election Assembly Meeting November 4-6, 2016
Theme: “Joy of Living: Service in Action”
Third Legacy Elections for the Panel 67 Delegate Term
Please see Election Handout on Area 51 website for duties and responsibilities of Trusted Servant positions. We will stay in session Saturday night until the elections are completed.
Assembly Business Sessions, Workshops, Early Bird and Speaker Meetings, Literature, Grapevine, Corrections, Special Needs and CPC/PI Displays
Our Area Committee Meeting and Assembly meeting will be held at the Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown, 3415 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, NC.
Unlike its famous homonym, Area 51 (NC) enthusiastically welcomes curious visitors from across the country to the 3rd annual National AA Technology Workshop. NAATW is made up of people from widely varying backgrounds (in service, profession, technical skill, age, etc.) who come together to inform each other about our needs and our experiences with using technology in our service work. All forms of service are involved: intergroups, all levels of general service, clubhouses, and individual members. It gives opportunity for group collaboration and new ideas to spark.
Rapid changes in technology naturally challenge a fellowship centered on unity and informed group conscience. Respect for our Traditions of anonymity, autonomy, and non-affiliation can yield great obstacles when mixed with fear, uncertainty, and doubt about new tools – tools that can extend our reach to the alcoholic who does not know there is a way out. Too, our efforts to be rocketed into the fourth dimension can be grounded by unnecessarily reinventing the wheel. Our forum helps AA members be technologically informed and equipped to help others use this colossal toolkit of communication in the most cooperative and effective manner.
This year’s workshop is November 18-20, at the Winston-Salem Marriott, in the historic Twin City Quarter of Winston-Salem, NC. Some 82 years after Ebby’s talk with Bill over a kitchen table in Brooklyn near the end of a bleak November, we invite you to continue expanding that circle of peace and goodwill by one alcoholic talking to another about 21st century technology mixed with warm old-fashioned southern hospitality at the 3rd NAATW. After all, it’s not rocket science!
Register online at NAATW.org.
The program for the 2016 NAATW is in development and will be published shortly before the event. This is to allow determination of what attendees want to be covered and to source presenters on those topics. Topics from past workshops include:
- A Newcomer’s View of A.A. Technology Use
- Mobile First
- The Facebook Topic
- The Steps, Traditions, and Concepts
- 12 Statements of Technology
- Safeguarding our Traditions through the Evolution of Technology
- From Web Servant to Technologist
- The Technical History of Two Successful A.A. Websites
- Video use in our Service Groups – A new resurgence of the Audio Visual Chair
- Technology Road Map; A Discussion for A.A.
- Webmaster 101 for Non-Technical Service Volunteers – Presentation to explain to non-technical people that in today’s world the content management tasks can be performed by most A.A. members.
- How to Implement a Service Entity Website – How to bring up a service web site from start to finish. What do you need, and what must you do
- Accessibility and New Technologies
- Anonymity using Secure Area within Website
- The Responsive Website; An Introduction
- The Responsive Website In action
- Q&A Workshop: “Our Traditions & Concepts; They work well with Technology”
- Facebook; User experience and how to manage AA Groups
- The Successful AA Website
- Can Technology help carry the message to the Deaf member?
- Drupal – Everything you wanted to know
- Central Office/Intergroup Technical Infrastructure; Q&A Workshop
- UX Intro to Design Studio method: A way to involve groups in technology design
- Unity through communication planning and greater cooperation
- Website Analytics for A.A.
- The Intergroup of the future
- Birds of a Feather sessions (Topics selected from completed topics signup sheets and assigned to a meeting area.)
- Ice Cream Social