Mar
4
Wed
District 2 Monthly Meeting @ Conley's Chapel United Methodist Church
Mar 4 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

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.

For more information, please email dcm2@delawareaa.org.

Further reading: See our FAQ and The A.A. Group … Where It All Begins and Is Your Group Linked to A.A. as a Whole?

Mar
5
Thu
Southern Delaware Intergroup Monthly Meeting @ St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Mar 5 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Southern Delaware Intergroup meets the first Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 122 E Pine Street, Georgetown, DE.

District 3 Monthly Meeting @ St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Mar 5 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Please note: District 3 will not be meeting in July or August.

District 3 includes Milton, Seaford, Laurel and Georgetown; geographic definition: northern border is route 14 and the Mispillion River to coast; western and southern borders are the state line; eastern border is Route 113 north to the northern border of District 2, then east to coast.

Seventh Tradition contributions can be sent to District 3 ▼ PO Box 121 ▼ Georgetown DE 19947.

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.

For more information, please email dcm3@delawareaa.org.

Further reading: See our FAQ and The A.A. Group … Where It All Begins and Is Your Group Linked to A.A. as a Whole?

Mar
11
Wed
District 13 Monthly Meeting @ St Martha's Episcopal Church
Mar 11 @ 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm

District 13 includes Fenwick, Bethany, Frankfort, Selbyville, Dagsboro and Ocean View; geographic definition: the northern border is the Indian River; the eastern border is the Atlantic Ocean (from the DE state line) to the Inlet; the western border is Route 113, from the state line to the Indian River in Millsboro; the southern border is the DE/MD state lines).

Seventh Tradition contributions can be sent to District 13 ▼ PO Box 51 ▼ Ocean View, DE, 19970-0051.

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.

For more information, please email dcm13@delawareaa.org.

Further reading: See our FAQ and The A.A. Group … Where It All Begins and Is Your Group Linked to A.A. as a Whole?

Mar
15
Sun
Planning Session for Unity in Action @ Camp Rehoboth
Mar 15 @ 10:15 am – 12:00 pm

Planning and rehearsal sessions for the Unity in Action: What a Concept event sponsored by Area 12 – Districts 1, 2, 3 & 13.

Sunday, March 15 and Sunday, April 19 at 10:15 AM.

Very little talent required… just your enthusiasm and willingness to participate. Pass the word!

Lights-Camera-Action

Mar
16
Mon
District 1 Monthly Meeting @ Groome United Methodist Church
Mar 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

District 1 includes the City of Rehoboth Beach and the City of Lewes; geographic definition: Route 9 forms the northeast border; route 1 the southeast; remainder of border is coastline.

Seventh Tradition contributions can be sent to District 1 ▼ PO Box 96 ▼ Nassau, DE 19969.

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.

For more information, please email dcm1@delawareaa.org

Further reading: See our FAQ, The A.A. Group … Where It All Begins and Is Your Group Linked to A.A. as a Whole?

Mar
26
Thu
EACYPAA XVIII @ Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh
Mar 26 @ 10:00 am – Mar 29 @ 1:00 pm

The Eastern Area Convention of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous (EACYPAA) meets annually. The convention provides an opportunity for A.A’s from all over the Eastern Area and all over the World, to come together and share their experience, strength and hope as members of A.A. EACYPAA is overwhelming evidence that large numbers of people are achieving a lasting and comfortable sobriety in Alcoholics Anonymous. Like any other convention, it is an opportunity to learn more about the program and sobriety.

See event flyer to share with others.

Apr
1
Wed
District 2 Monthly Meeting @ Conley's Chapel United Methodist Church
Apr 1 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

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.

For more information, please email dcm2@delawareaa.org.

Further reading: See our FAQ and The A.A. Group … Where It All Begins and Is Your Group Linked to A.A. as a Whole?

Apr
2
Thu
Southern Delaware Intergroup Monthly Meeting @ St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Apr 2 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Southern Delaware Intergroup meets the first Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 122 E Pine Street, Georgetown, DE.

District 3 Monthly Meeting @ St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Please note: District 3 will not be meeting in July or August.

District 3 includes Milton, Seaford, Laurel and Georgetown; geographic definition: northern border is route 14 and the Mispillion River to coast; western and southern borders are the state line; eastern border is Route 113 north to the northern border of District 2, then east to coast.

Seventh Tradition contributions can be sent to District 3 ▼ PO Box 121 ▼ Georgetown DE 19947.

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.

For more information, please email dcm3@delawareaa.org.

Further reading: See our FAQ and The A.A. Group … Where It All Begins and Is Your Group Linked to A.A. as a Whole?