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There are more than 130 meetings in the Greensboro area every week.
Most meetings are in Greensboro, with some in High Point, Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Stokesdale, and Summerfield.
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Check out the calendar of special events and meetings.
We have many special events throughout the year, including sobriety celebrations, holiday parties, conferences, picnics, and more. Also listed are business meetings for various AA entities. Events coming soon are shown on the front page. Information for all events is available on the Calendar page.
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Our Hot Sheet contains the posts and events that are on the front page of the site. It’s a great source for “announcements for the good of AA.” Print a copy for your home group and other meetings you attend. Sign up for our email list to be notified of site & hot sheet updates.
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The District Committee Meeting Minutes – April 13, 2017 are now available on the Documents page.
Shown here is the backend of the the Meetings List feature on our site (click to embiggen). Please review your group’s listing(s) and let us know of any changes you want. You can notify us via the Request a Change button at the bottom of a listing, by completing the Submit Content form, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are there are additional Types you want noted? Is your meeting space wheelchair accessible? Do you provide child care? Is a sign language translator available? Take a look at the image for all the types available. Your group can have multiple types listed.
We can add notes about your meeting (including meeting type exceptions [e.g. speaker meeting last Tuesday of the month], when its business meetings are, group history, etc.). Does your group have a tradition of meeting for fellowship before/after the meeting? Where?
We can also add notes about your meeting’s location, such as which entrance to use, what floor it’s on, where to park, etc.
If your group has a website, email, or phone contact, we can add those, too.
If there is something that can help an alcoholic find your group or know more about it, we can include it in its listing.
Please note: Contacts (Name, Email, Phone) are not published on the website. They are only available to District 23’s trusted servants and webmaster. Contacts would include your GSR, AltGSR, and/or any home group member we can contact who is knowledgeable about your group and can relay information to your group.
New Service Material from the General Service Office is now on aa.org: Safety and A.A.: Our Common Welfare (PDF). “Safety is an important issue within A.A. — one that all groups and members can address to develop workable solutions and help keep our meetings safe, based on the fundamental principles of the Fellowship.”
You may want to print this document and take it to your next home group business meeting. It’s also helpful when conducting a home group inventory.
New Service Material from the General Service Office is now on aa.org. The Accessibilities Checklist for Meetings and Groups (PDF) is a guide to help diminish the trials that people with access barriers may encounter in attending meetings in your location. You may want to print this document and take it to your next home group business meeting. It’s also helpful when conducting a home group inventory.
Per a submission via Submit Content:
Intergroup will begin being open again on Thursdays. This Thursday 1/12 we will be open 9-11:45am. Thereafter we will be open on Thursdays 1-5pm. The previous hours remain the same (Mon & Tues in the mornings and Wed through Friday in the afternoon).
Jim S is recuperating at home and is doing well. He hopes to return in the near future.
Intergroup Office hours will be as follows until further notice:
Monday 9am – 11:45 am
Tuesday 9am – 11:45 am
Wednesday 1pm – 5pm
Thursday 1pm – 5pm
Friday 1pm – 5pm
PTYPAA, or Piedmont Triad Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous, is a service committee simply here to provide a venue for young, recovering people to engage in fellowship. We also strive to be a conduit for service work within our AA community.
Please join us as we celebrate our 26th anniversary on Monday, May 15, 2017, at Guilford Park Presbyterian Church, 2100 Fernwood Dr. We will eat around 6:30 pm. You are welcome to bring a side dish or dessert, if you wish. A special speaker will follow the meal beginning around 7:30 pm.