Chairpersons must have 3 months of sobriety or more to chair a meeting, but each meeting must have a keyholder with at least 1 year of sobriety. Any Chairperson who has 1 year or more of sobriety can be the keyholder, too.
Contact Jim M to receive MANDATORY training on building saftey 708-666-9358.
Our friends of the New York Intergroup posted the following in a communication about safety at indoor meetings. It speaks to our best selves:
“Each group is autonomous,” we often note when making group decisions. The second part of the 4th Tradition is just as important: “except in matters affecting other groups or A.A. as a whole.” Tradition 1 tells us “Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon A.A. unity.” These traditions remind us that we must ensure that our group decisions do not negatively impact our fellow members or A.A. as a whole, and that we as individuals act in ways that ensure our common welfare. Traditions 1 and 4 are important now more than ever. We have to consider the health and well-being of both A.A. members and nonmembers, as well as protect the positive reputation and goodwill of A.A. in the community.
Read the letter in it’s entirety at https://mailchi.mp/nyintergroup.org/reopeningsafely
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