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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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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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District 23 Twitter Account

The following information was distributed to GSRs at the December 2017 District Committee Meeting. District 23 using a Twitter account as a text notification service was briefly discussed at the January District Committee Meeting. Due to too little feedback from members about the use of Twitter by the district, it was decided to post about it here and to discuss it at the February District Committee Meeting. Please discuss this at your home group business meeting so your group’s GSR can properly represent your group’s conscience at the February District Committee Meeting.

In short, SMS Follow of a Twitter account is a fancy way of saying text message notifications. In order to reach more AA members via the way they communicate, District 23 could pay for a text message notification service or have the same function for free by creating a Twitter account.

Signing up for SMS Follow is simple:

  1. Text the word START to 40404
  2. Text Follow [nc23’s account name]

Sign up to SMS Follow a Twitter account and you will start receiving Tweets from that user on your device.

  • As an SMS Follow user, you will only receive updates from accounts you follow.
  • As an SMS Follow user, your phone number (or any other personal information) will not be included in the follower list of users you choose to follow.

More information: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170004

Summerfield Group Moving 29JAN2018

Per a submission via Submit Content:

The Monday night Summerfield meeting will change to a new location on January 29, 2018. The new location is at the Summerfield Peace United Methodist Church – 2334 Scalesville Rd, Summerfield, NC 27358. The new location is a short distance from the current location, which is at 4760 US Hwy 220. The existing location will continue for the remaining 2 weeks of 1/15/18 and 1/22/18. All meetings will continue to start at 8:00 pm. It is an open, step-study meeting.

What’s Your Part in “AA as a Whole”?

This is an opportunity for you, as a member of AA, to have a say in how it works. Your opinion counts! Our delegate is interested in knowing what you think about the future of AA.

This is an opportunity, too, for the central region to be of service and to show our fellow members what District 23 is all about. We need all the support we can get from home groups.

Below is a list of service opportunities. If your home group would like to take on some of the services needed or if individuals would like to do service, please email dcm@nc23.org or text 336-202-1742. (Please if you text, include your name and how you’d like to be of service.)

Areas of service include:

  • Set-up of hall
  • Take-down & clean-up of hall
  • Kitchen help
  • Servers
  • Food set-up
  • Food clean-up
  • Greeters and directors to area where we will have breakout sessions
  • Garbage duty
  • Drink/coffee duty

Please talk about this in your home group and announce it at meetings.

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PTYPAA Monthly Meeting @ alternating locations - see details
Feb 4 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

PTYPAA meeting locations alternate. Odd months are in Winston Salem at 3851 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106. Even months are in Greensboro at Common Grounds, 602 S Elam Ave, Greensboro, NC 27403.

PTYPAA Superbowl Party @ Common Grounds
Feb 4 @ 5:30 pm – 11:00 pm
District Committee Meeting (GSR Meeting) @ St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Feb 8 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
District 23 Buzz Session: Your Story Belongs in The Grapevine @ Westminster Presbyterian Church
Feb 10 @ 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Josh E., Non-Trustee Director of The Grapevine Board, will facilitate this workshop. He’ll provide news and information about The Grapevine and we’ll write our stories and/or thoughts to submit for publication in The Grapevine. Bring a sponsee – bring a friend!

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PTYPAA Monthly Meeting @ alternating locations - see details
Mar 4 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

PTYPAA meeting locations alternate. Odd months are in Winston Salem at 3851 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106. Even months are in Greensboro at Common Grounds, 602 S Elam Ave, Greensboro, NC 27403.