During these times, how do we responsibly practice self-support, our Seventh Tradition? AA’s General Service Office (GSO) has published a letter and a video emphasizing how important supporting AA is when “passing the basket” isn’t always possible. Please have a look, and consider supporting your District, your Area, your Central Office, and our GSO. Thank you.
Central Office, and the Meeting Guide app, are most effective when we have current meeting information. When we update our meeting schedules, the Meeting Guide app is also updated. Now that some meetings, groups, and clubs are re-opening, please be sure to let us know of your meeting changes, and restrictions you have on face-to-face meetings. You may send meeting updates to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Another option is to find your meeting in the Meeting Directory, click on it, and click “Request a change to this listing” to let us know of changes. Thank you!
The Steering Committee of the Central Office of Albuquerque would like to thank you all for keeping the work of AA going; for keeping the hand of AA there in this time of great uncertainty. Your work on, and attendance in, Zoom meetings have been the bright spot for many. Contributions to your home groups and Central Office have been greatly appreciated. Keep up all the good work and we will make it through this together. Be safe and healthy. Central Office Steering CommitteeDoug C., Christopher C., Tim T., Jerry K., Stephen K., Lindsay M. To the Fellowship:We have been
Beginning May 25th, Albuquerque Central Office will return to regular business hours, and volunteer staff will be present to assist with sales and telephone responsibilities. Volunteers and coordinators will wear face masks and rubber gloves. Please, note the following restrictions:1. Only one customer at a time in the office. You will be asked to wait until the previous customer has left before entering the office. 2. You MUST wear a mask in the office.3. You MUST observe social distancing in the office. No wandering, please.If you prefer, you can request curbside pickup of purchases. Call your purchase to (505) 266-1900,
Oficina Intergrupal Hispana 505-266-3688, https://aaoficinahispanadealbuquerque.org/
The 2020 Women’s Sobrietyfest (a Zoom Conference) will be held September 26, 2020. The theme is “The Spiritual Life is Not a Theory”. See this post for a logo contest! Submissions are needed by July 3. For information, please email email@example.com, or call 575-770-2596 or 505-235-8196.
There will be an online Service Workshop July 25th, 9:30 – 11:30 AM, sponsored by District 3. Please call 505.610.8327, Central Office, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about this online event. You may see the flier at our Events page.
Every year, the General Service Conference of AA meets and makes decisions affecting the entirety of AA. Bill L., Area 46’s Delegate to the General Service Conference, will report on this year’s conference on Saturday, July 25th, in a Zoom Conference. Details of the Zoom meeting are on the flyer.
Because of the cancellation of the 2020 International Conference, GSO is planning a 2020 digital site to replace the in-person event. Please see this link for details. The site for the virtual International will be ready by July 1st, and will be available throughout July.
As you know, this COVID-19 has turned our lives upside down. Because of the highly contagious nature of COVID-19 the Desert Club was forced to close its doors for several weeks. If we do not have any spikes in the virus and the Governor continues to open up her current restraints of people congregating, we hope to have the Desert Club open on Monday, June 8th with certain restrictions and conditions. While we know that recovery is our number one goal, the Board feels it is incumbent on all of us to keep the membership safe and healthy. In that
The Red Road Convention, originally scheduled for May 1 – 3, 2020, has been postponed until September 4-6, 2020. Please see www.nmredroad.org for more details.