Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, page 132 (beginning part of Tradition 11)
Saturday Night Speaker Meeting
This week's speaker: Kate M. - Albuquerque, NM
The Sisters in Sobriety Texas Saturday night speaker meeting is every Saturday 8:00 pm (CST) meeting. We have speakers from around the world who share their Experience, Strength, and Hope. Join us online.
Sisters In Sobriety Texas General Services Representative (GSR)
We are looking for a someone to be our GSR.
If you are interested please send an email to email@example.com to get more information.
Saturdays at 9am (CST)
Zoom Meeting ID: 864 7764 1199
(From the A.A. pamphlet, “The A.A. Group”) Some groups have steering committees. At steering committee meetings, questions related to group practices, selecting a slate of candidates for office, and other group issues often are tackled first by the steering committee (or group service committee), which goes to the group for its members’ group conscience decision. In many cases, the officers and/or past officers make up the committee, which usually meets at regularly scheduled times. For a small group, a steering committee composed of three to five members has been found to work well. For larger groups, 12 or more members provide a better cross section of group experience and can share the workload more easily. In some groups, a rotating committee (with members rotated on and off periodically) serves the same purpose as a steering committee.
August 27, 2022
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From GSO - 5th Edition
Are you interested in sharing your experience strength and hope? The trustees’ Literature Committee is searching for recovery stories of our members for possible inclusion in the Fifth Edition which are from a broad cross-section of our local communities, all stories are of value.
The committee is seeking stories of recovery from a wide representation of the Hispanic community.
The committee is seeking stories of recovery from all African American, Canadian, Caribbean A.A. members from the English, French and Spanish-speaking Black communities in the A.A. structure in the United States and Canada.
It is the Literature Committee’s shared hope that any new stories from our current membership will help future alcoholics to identify and find recovery in the pages of a Fifth edition.
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