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District 5 A.A.

Area 58 - Central Oregon

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Alcoholics Anonymous DISTRICT 5 

A.A. Communities We Serve

Bend / Lapine / Madras / Redmond / Sunriver / Sisters / Prineville / Terrebonne

District 5 A.A. Guidelines

Monthly District Meeting

Online Zoom Meeting
Second Sunday of the Month
4:00–5:30 pm
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Meeting ID: 869 0310 1724
Passcode: 164

If you want to connect to and find out more about A.A. as a whole we welcome you to attend a District meeting, please join us... all A.A. members are welcome!

History

The geographical units known as districts link A.A. groups in local areas to each other and to A.A. groups across the country. The term “district” was mentioned during early General Service Conferences, and both “district” and “district committee member” were used informally in the 1950s. The term “district” was included in the 1955 draft of The Third Legacy Manual of World Service (now called The A.A. Service Manual). A 1975 supplement to The A.A. Service Manual formalized use of the term “district.”

Individual groups elect general service representatives (G.S.R.s) who attend district meetings. This group elects the district committee member. The D.C.M. conveys the groupconscience of their district’s A.A. members to the area committee. 

As The A.A. Service Manual explains, the “district committee member is an essential link between the group G.S.R. and the area delegate to the General Service Conference. As leader of the district committee, made up of all G.S.R.s in the district, the D.C.M. is exposed to the group conscience of that district.” 

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A.A. District 5
Online Zoom Meeting

Second Sunday of the Month
4:00–5:30 pm
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Meeting ID: 869 0310 1724
Passcode: 164

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