District 51 Monthly Committee and GSR Meeting

District 51 Monthly Committee and GSR Meeting

Want to be of service?  Looking to see what District is all about? Interested making an impact in your local AA district that serves Will and Grundy Counties? AA District service work is a great way to get involved. Whether you are interested in taking on a chair position or are just curious, come join the meeting and become a part of. We are always looking for new ideas and fresh perspectives. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5116964764?pwd=WjdmN1Ric1hoOHN1dnYvV3hZa1Qxdz09 Meeting ID: 511 696 4764 Passcode: district For more information visit https://aadistrict51.org/service-work/ Come Join us as a GSR, Visitor, or just for Opportunities to get involved. All are welcome! AA District service work is where A.A. groups participate in service at the District level; this meeting is the spring board to service both at…
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ISCYPAA Host Elections

ISCYPAA Host Elections

Young in Alcoholics Anonymous? Want to find something fun to do with people like you? Come out for elections and discover a whole new world inside of AA. Meet young people in recovery, make great friends, help plan awesome activities, be a part of something that matters, or just come for the free stuff! LOL What is ISCYPAA? ISCYPAA is an annual Alcoholics Anonymous conference held in Illinois traditionally during the Spring time. The conference has been running for over 35 years. It is a weekend event for any and all members of AA, and is organized primarily by young, recovering Alcoholics. “Young” is defined as “Room to Grow” so all ages are welcome. SWSYPAA is the SouthWest Suburbs of Young People in AA bid to host this conference. SWSYPAA hosts several events throughout the year that…
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What is Al-Anon and Al-Ateen?

Al-Anon, Resources
Al-Anon is a unique fellowship that unites members of different backgrounds, races, and walks of life in an inspiring endeavor: helping themselves and others to lead purposeful, useful lives by overcoming the frustration and helplessness caused by close association with an alcoholic. Alateen (Al-Anon for younger members) is a vital part of Al-Anon Family Groups. Young people seeking help with problems that arise when alcoholism afflicts a parent, another close relative, or a friend meet to exchange experiences and to gain an understanding of themselves and the alcoholic. The best place to learn how Al-Anon/Alateen works is at a meeting. You want more resources you say?
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