The Lancaster Central Service Office has closed again due to a recent surge in COVID 19 cases. Although, the hotline will still be available for any inquires or requests for literature. You will still be able to meet representatives at the office for literature purchases. But masks are mandatory with no exceptions. Please be respectful of our representatives.
Literature is available at the Lancaster AA Central Sevice Office with reduced costs and no shipping. To inquire, or request literature, call the hotline above or click or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Pennsypaa/Lancypaa Postponed Until Next Year
Consider making an online contribution to the New York General Service Office on aa.org or through Vimeo.
This only benefits New York and not Lancaster AA.
They would graciously accept any amount.
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7th Tradition Note:
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 sending this loving request to consider making your contributions online, or by mail, using the links and mailing addresses on our contributions page found at the top of our website. Please consider contributions on all levels including the GSO, Area, Districts, and Intergroup. Small amounts make a difference.
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 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 organizations make sure there’s a meeting schedule with your meeting on it, provide a website, and provide AA literature. Please consider online opportunities you may use to continue to send contributions to your districts, inter-groups, Area 59, and A.A. GSO (General Service Office. in New York). 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. currently has a 7 month prudent reserve which is shrinking.
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