The District 2 monthly meeting will be held online via Zoom .
Note: There will not be any District Two meetings in July or August.
How to Join the Meeting
There are two ways you can join the meeting
- Zoom App Link (supports video) — This option uses the Zoom app on a computer or smartphone. Zoom allows allows us to hear and see each other, bringing us closer to having a genuine face-to-face meeting.
- Click or tap this link to join the Zoom meeting. (Note: If you have the Zoom app, you can alternatively type 898 0622 5057 for meeting ID and 578127 for the password).
- If you don’t have the zoom app or program, you’ll be asked to download it.
- Tap the link again to join.
- Click or Tap “Join with Video” or “Join Without Video” depending on your preference.
- Click or Tap “Call using Internet Audio” **VERY IMPORTANT** (otherwise we won’t be able to hear you 😃).
- You’re in! You can mute yourself by tapping the screen, or moving your mouse over the video to see the menu, and tapping the microphone icon.
- Phone Dial In — This option is not much different from calling your bank and entering an account number. However, you will not be able to see or be seen by other attendees. Dial 646-558-8656 or 301-715-8592. Enter Meeting ID: 898 0622 5057 followed by # key. Do not enter participant ID (just push # again). Then enter the password: 578127 followed by # key.
- Everyone will be muted unless speaking. Please raise your virtual hand by using the icon next the mute button. The facilitator will call on you — and then you can unmute yourself.
- You can mute and unmute yourself by dialing *6 on your phone or by pressing the mute button in the app, which looks like a microphone
- The meeting facilitator may mute you if background noise is spilling through your microphone while another person is speaking — please do not take this personally.
District 2 includes Angola, Long Neck, Oak Orchard and Millsboro; geographic definition: the northern border is is an arbitrary line from Route 113 south of Georgetown running to Route 9, and route 1 ending at Five Points; the western border is route 113; the southern border is the Indian River; the eastern border is the coastline (at the Inlet) and route 1 to Five Points).
Seventh Tradition contributions can be sent to District 2 ▼ PO Box 448 ▼ Nassau, DE 199699.
The district meetings are an excellent resource for addressing group problems and concerns. Anyone may attend, but generally the group General Service Representative (GSR), attends on the group’s behalf and is kept up-to-date on A.A. activities and topics of interest at these monthly meetings.
In matters affecting A.A. as a whole, a group’s “conscience” is communicated to the Area Assembly by their GSR through the district committee member (DCM), who is an essential link between the GSRs and the area delegate to the General Service Conference. As leader of the district committee, made up of all GSRs in the district, the DCM is exposed to the group conscience of that district.
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