Intergroup Service and Vacant Positons
The groups are the powerhouse of Alcoholics Anonymous, and all related service committees, boards and officers exist primarily to serve them. Thus, the aim of Intergroup is to support the groups in the common purpose of carrying the AA message to the still suffering alcoholic and, by using their combined strength and unity, to develop and maintain good relations with all organisations in the community.
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Vice Chair - 2 years sobriety requiredThe Vice Chair supports the Chair in the preparation, conduct and follow-up of monthly Intergroup meetings, and conducts the Intergroup meetings in the absence of the Chair. The Vice Chair also undertakes delegated tasks and acts as caretaker for vacant service positions.
The Secretary is the key record keeper of Intergroup meetings, preparing and circulating agendas and minutes, maintaining confidential attendance and contact lists, up-to-date GSR contact information, and keeping Intergroup records safe and accessible.
The Share Representative is responsible for promoting the circulation of Share Magazine; the official AA monthly magazine produced by GSO; within the Intergroup, by encouraging subscriptions at group level, encouraging written contributions of experience, strength and hope for inclusion in future editions, and urging other officers to include relevant events and activities in the magazines publication.
The Young Persons Liaison aims to establish contact with any young persons who may be experiencing an alcohol problem. Through the use of AA literature, videos, attendance at meetings and word of mouth from fellow recovering alcoholics, show that AA works. Maintain a list of contacts and keep in touch with them.
For further info please contact: chair.Inwe@aamail.org