Group Business Meeting
You are a member of Central Group when you say you are. All members have a vote at
our Business Meeting and we encourage all to attend. CG members may hold a position as a trusted
servant but you do not need to be a trusted servant to get involved. There are many ways to serve. Plan on
attending several group conscience meetings to see for
The Group Business Meeting should focus on our primary purpose, to
"carry the message to the alcoholic who still suffers". We also conduct other housekeeping duties such as paying
the rent and making sure our literature is available. Some handy pamphlets that explain our duties and
focus are The A.A. Group and A.A. Tradition How it Developed by Bill W. Please try to read these
before you decide to get involved.
When attending a business meeting please understand that whenever decisions
have to be made, there may likely be dissention and we may have to invoke Roberts Rules of Order, however not many of us like parliamentary rules so we like to keep it to a
Serving at the group level is not for everyone. The following are
service commitments needed on a continuous basis.
- Central Group sponsors two facility meetings.
- Support is needed for Jail and Prison meetings.
- Chairpersons for Central Group meetings.
- Speakers for Central Group meetings.
- Providing rides.
- Stacking chairs, and greeter's.
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For more information, please contact the Secretary, GSR, Intergroup
Currently, Central Group policy is to password protect all Minutes, Financial
Reports, or any personal information. Members may contact the Secretary, GSR or Webmaster for