The Chicago Area Service Assembly will be held. Details to follow… Save The Dates (subject to change) Here is a list of the 2021 dates for CASA. (Subject to change) Virtual Saturday , Jan 23rd Virtual Saturday, March 20 Virtual Saturday, May 22 Hosting District TBD Saturday, July 24 Hosting District TBD Saturday, September 18 Hosting District TBD Saturday, November 13 The purpose of The Chicago Area Service Assembly is to serve the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous within the Chicago metropolitan area. The Assembly should conduct area affairs in the spirit of the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous and the Twelve Concepts for World Service. In Order to have an informed group conscience we need you there to participate Questions? Email Laura B. email@example.com
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The purpose of this special committee is to create website policy and set technological goals for Area 19. The main role of the committee is to oversee management of the chicagoaa.org website and all the associated technologies needed to maintain it. The committee also investigates emerging technologies. This meeting meets virtually at 7 pm on the third Thursday of every month via Zoom. 3rd Thursday 7pm CT Join meeting on zoom- https://zoom.us/j/3940933462 Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Due to COVID 19 restrictions, please contact your District Committee Chair for the most recent meeting locations. District 11 meets every second Thursday of the month. District 22 meets the third Thursday of every month at 6:30pm. The GSR is the link between the individual AA group and AA as a whole. The GSR is the voice of the group’s conscience, reporting the group’s views to the district service committee. The GSR also reports the group’s wishes to the local Area assembly and–through the local Area delegate–to the General Service Conference. Each GSR within each district is a member of the district’s service committee. The purpose of the district service committee is to serve the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous within its boundaries. The district service committee should conduct the district affairs…
The purpose of this special committee is to gather and preserve historical data and other memorabilia pertinent to Alcoholics Anonymous in the Chicago area, including, but not limited to, oral and written histories, correspondence, newspaper articles, and literature. This Committee is meeting virtually on Zoom. 3rd Wed. 7pm CT Zoom ID 505 651 850 Please e-mail email@example.com for more information.
The purpose of this committee is to acquaint all AA members with the Grapevine and La Vina publications. The committee presents the Grapevine and La Vina as useful tools in maintaining individual and group sobriety through its many attractions. This meeting meets virtually on Zoom. 2nd Tuesday 7pm CT Meeting ID: 913 2718 5891 Passcode: 895998 Please contact Grapevine Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
2nd and 4th Monday each month Topics and Solutions for our A.A. Members who cannot find our rooms due to an Accessibility or Remote challenge. An open meeting to all Group, District, Area and Intergroup, Accessibility Committee members and Area Panel Officers Download flyer for Zoom link and details.
The purpose of the Cooperation with Professional Committee is to provide information about AA on request to those non-alcoholics who have contact with alcoholics through their profession. The purpose of the Public Information Committee is to inform the public through the use of the media and public speakers. This committee serves as the central source of information that is made available to the public in the Chicago area regarding Alcoholics Anonymous These committees provide information about what AA can do and what AA cannot do. These committees meet together on the second Monday of every month with the exception of when they are meeting on April 19th, 2021. During the COVID 19 pandemic, these Committees are meeting virtually on Zoom. Meeting ID: 964 3389 8811 Passcode: 230070 Contact email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org…
September 10-12, 2021 at the Holiday Inn Rock Island, 226 17th Street, Rock Island, Illinois 61201 The 30th Annual Bridging the Gap Workshop Weekend will consist of presentations and discussions on BTG topics of interest to the registered participants. Those who attend are AA’s involved or interested in 12th step work through various Service Committees like Treatment, Corrections, CPC, PI, H&I, etc. A.A.’s from across the U.S. and Canada will attend, many sharing their experiences on BTG topics.