Working closely with Intergroup Office staff, the treasurer shall oversee the bookkeeping at the Intergroup office. The treasurer shall prepare and present a monthly and year to date financial position to the monthly Intergroup Committee meetings.
Suggested sobriety is 3 years
Please contact Jeff at the intergroup central office (250) 753-7513 or Contact Us firstname.lastname@example.org and he will get your information to pass along
MID-ISLAND INTERGROUP SOCIETY – PROPOSED MOTION
To release Public Information (PI)as an Intergroup
Committee allowing it potentially to become a committee in District 5.
History or Current Practice
When District 7 was divided and District 5 was formed in
1996-97, the Central Office was operating out of the train station in downtown
Nanaimo with a telephone and volunteer staff. Their main function was to answer
the phone and distribute literature. With the assignment of committees, it was
decided to leave these duties with Central Office as the PI Committee, and Cooperation
with the Professional Community (CPC) would become part of District 5. Among
the responsibilities that have grown over the years is that PI now arranges
speakers for schools so that young people are given the opportunity to receive
the message of sobriety. Intergroup has not been able to recruit a PI
Coordinator and is not currently providing this service
Intergroup will no longer be responsible for arranging PI
duties, and it is hoped that District 5 is willing to assume this committee.
If Not Passed
The loss of life, health and wellness among our youth
because of not learning about Alcoholics Anonymous at an early age will
continue as we fail to provide an important message throughout the community.
For Further Consideration
There is considerable overlap between these committees. If
District 5 is willing to accept PI and combine it with CPC, the hope is that
one Chairperson overseeing both would allow for a greater and more effective
spread of information among professionals and young people.
Process of Approval
If 75% of the Representatives present at this meeting
pass this motion, the next step is to bring the information back to the Groups
letting them know there will be discussion at the next Intergroup meeting and a
vote at the following intergroup meeting. The motion will be circulated to
Groups through the mail folders and Intergroup Representatives and posted on
The next Nanaimo 2020 AA Rally Committee meeting is:
Sunday, January 19th from 2:00pm and 3:45pm
Come prepared to have fun and give back to your local AA community! This is a great way to get involved in service and make new friends!
Please contact email@example.com for questions.
This essential meeting has just re-opened, let’s work together to make sure it stays open.
Wednesday evenings at 7 PM at The New Hope Centre, 19 Nicol St. (The meeting is in the kitchen right through the front doors)
If you would like to attend this meeting and require assistance or for further information please contact: Cliff 250-244-8416
The Brechin group is all lit up! They are pleased to report they now have LOTS OF LIGHTS in front of the meeting to ensure everyone feels safe arriving and leaving.
71 CALEDONIA at the German Cultural Centre at 7:30 PM Tuesday
Starting November 6, the 7:30pm Wednesday night Grapevine Trails meeting will be moving to St. Andrew’s Church on 4235 Departure Bay Road at 7:00pm.