SPECIAL MEETING INFO
Lake-Sumter Central Office
When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of A.A. always to be there. And for that: I am responsible.
What does Our
Central Office do?
provide various opportunities for volunteers to be of service in helping our groups carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Maintain an open AA service office
Monday - Friday 10 am – 5 pm
nswering service consisting of volunteer alcoholics during office business hours and an after-hours
answering service for calls to Alcoholics Anonymous.
Offers a wide selection of AA literature, pamphlets and merchandise for sale to groups and individuals. Both conference and non-conference approved literature are available.
Makes available Lake-Sumter
and information about other AA community events.
Publishes the monthly
newsletter which celebrates groups member birthdays.
We provide a computer so members can conduct job searches, compose their resume. We'll print hard copies
of your resume & fax. CD burner so members to burn copies of their favorite speakers.
Maintains this active and informative web site:
Central office volunteers help sponsor events like picnics, dinners and other fund raising events.
"Pass it on Book Exchange"
here you can take books that members have donated or drop off books so others can have.
Serves as a repository for the collection of
donations which are used to purchase AA literature that is distributed to local prison inmates.
Serves as a repository for the collection for
donations as a convenience to our members
Hardship Assistance Book available - resources to help with a variety of needs like financial assistance, food, clothes, jobs, utilities, etc.
For Central Office information,
contact the Office Manager ~ Teresa J at
Read our Serenity News
LSCO Monthly Minutes
LSCO Financial Report
Merchandise Price List
LSCO ~ Our By-laws
Lake-Sumter Central Office
2113 Citrus Blvd, Suite-AA
Leesburg, FL 34748
Second Wednesday of
every month at 6:30 PM
ake-Sumter Central Office is an A.A. service office that acts in partnership with A.A. groups in our community.
We're established to perform functions common to all A.A. groups and our purpose is to aid groups in carrying their message to alcoholics who still suffer.
If you would like your group voice heard, you may elect representative to attend our monthly business meeting.
Representatives will then have the opportunity to vote on all Central Office topics brought forward during the monthly business meeting.
Chairperson ~ Joe H
Vice Chair ~
Past Chair ~
Secretary ~ Rhonda H
Treasurer ~ Lee S
12 Step/Speaker Exchange ~ Steve J
Corrections ~ Jim M
Service ~ Dee A
Newsletter ~ Margaret W
Merchandise ~ Sharon C
Birthdays ~ Renee W
Web Master ~ Ron O