Zoom Meeting Moderators are reporting some disturbing trolling. Information for moderators to resolve the issue is presented at the top of the zoom meeting page.
Local Online Zoom Meetings also has phone meetings
2020 International Convention, July 2-5, Detroit, Michigan, is Canceled
7th Tradition Note:
During our current COVID-19 pandemic, many Home Groups have suspended their in-person meetings. Many have set up on-line “virtual” meetings using programs like Zoom. There is a a significant potential financial impact from this because the 7th Tradition may be overlooked. AA Service Organizations that support the fellowship still have expenses. Among other things these organization make sure there’s a meeting schedule with your meeting on it, and provide AA literature. Please consider on-line opportunities you may use to continue to send contributions to your districts, inter-groups, Area 59 and A.A. (General Service Office.) Most of these service entities operate with a prudent reserve. For example, Area 59 currently has a 3-month reserve. My understanding is that G.S.O. has about a 9-month reserve.
While our Fellowship has a long and strong history of stepping up when the call for financial help goes out, it is worth noting that cash flow is important for our groups and service organizations to be economically healthy. Therefore, I am send this loving request to consider making your contributions on-line or via mail during this crisis.
the Lancaster Central Service Office Building outside doors will remained locked. If someme needs to enter, it’s important that they call us at 717 394 3238. Be prepared to state the nature of your business at the time of the call.
If you would like to have your temporary meeting closures reflected on Meeting Guide, and at the AA Central Service Office for phone calls, and lancasteraa.org please submit announcements to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Lancaster AA Central Service Office at (717)394-3238.
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