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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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Meeting makers make it, so let’s make sure those who want to make yours are able!
Most of our meeting places are easily found via GPS and online maps, but once out of their car, can a person easily find the room where the meeting is held? Please help our newcomers and visitors by providing us with special instructions for finding your meeting room. For example, “Enter building using the Kensington Street entrance. Meeting is in the basement. Parking is available in church parking lot.” or “Until September 1, 2016, we will be meeting in Fellowship Hall, which is off the main entrance to the right.”
Also, you can get the round AA signs for $7 at Greensboro Intergroup. These signs are quite helpful for finding meetings at churches and other large buildings. Call Intergroup to inquire about getting one: 336-854-4278.
The following new documents have been posted in the “Information for Members” section of the website. Contact your GSR for the password to access the site’s content for AA members only.
Under “Recent Postings”:
Highlights: 2016 Spring Assembly
Under “Service Opportunities”:
Resume for Southeast Regional Trustee (Deadline July 9, 2016)
Resume for Trustee-At-Large U.S. (Deadline July 9, 2016)
Resume for Area 51 Archivist, 2018-2023 (Deadline December 31, 2016)
Under “Delegate’s Corner”:
Delegate’s Report Highlights: 2016 Spring Assembly
Delegate’s Report Complete: 2016 Spring Assembly
Delegate Presentation: 2016 Spring Assembly
In addition, Area events through the Fall 2018 Election Assembly have been posted in the public “Events” section of the website.
The Daytime group (meets weekdays at 10AM) has added a closed Big Book study/discussion meeting of the personal stories in the back on Sundays at 2PM.
Easy Does It Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous has seen a steady decline in membership and attendance. We are an open discussion meeting that meets at West Market United Methodist Church on Wednesday evenings at 8:00pm. Easy Does It has been an active group in District 23 for over 30 years. We would like to ask for support to keep our meeting alive. Please bring yourself and your friends for an awesome meeting every Wednesday! Enter via the entrance on John Wesley Way and take the elevator to the 4th floor. We would love to see all of you!
District 23’s website needs your content submissions. It’s easy to do and you help your fellow alcoholics with this simple service work. When you hear announcements in meetings (like a group’s special event, a group needing help to boost attendance, workshops being offered, etc.), let us know about it. Tell us as much about it as you can or snap a pic of a flyer and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your help!