Like the GSR, the Central Office Rep is the solution to many of the group’s problems. The trusted servant as expressed in our Second Tradition entirely applies to the Reps. The CO-Rep has the responsibility of keeping the group conscience abreast of what goes on in Lake & Sumter counties. We inform you with upcoming activities, group changes and reports from all committee chairs & Lake-Sumter Corrections. The 2nd Wednesday of each month we meet at Central Office & you’re receive a package of newsletters, meeting schedules, monthly financial report and minutes from our last meeting. You are also able to purchase literature & medallions for your group or just for you. As mentioned in our Second Concept, he/she has a delegated authority to act and speak in the name of the group conscience to our Central Office. There’s a lot of smiles & laughter.
Help organize fundraisers and activities such as our Golfing tournament, Unity Picnic, Christmas Gala and other social affairs. We’re always open for new suggestions in having fun and showing the newcomer that we know how to party the sober way!
Service Work Volunteer Form
Be the first person a newcomer talks to or sees at our office or/and see God’s miracles in the front row seat.You also would sell literature; help keep this office up & running, no physical labor involved. Shifts are from 10 am -1:30 pm or 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm weekdays. Work one shift every other week or bi-weekly. Only need 6 months sobriety & working your steps with your sponsor to work as a help-desk volunteer.
Great Service Opportunity!
Volunteers are needed to receive 12 step calls in the rural areas of Lake and Sumter Counties. A minimum of ONE YEAR sobriety is needed. It is recommended that you have experience working the steps with a sponsor.
Traveling Merchandise is when we sell literature outside our office to local functions like Bikefest, workshops or group events.
Along with the office manager, select and order literature for sale at the Central Office.
Write an article about your recovery or voice your opinion (be nice).
Members of C.P.C. committees inform professional and future professionals about A.A. – what we are, where we are, what we can do, and what we cannot do. They attempt to establish better communication between A.A.s and professionals, and to find simple, effective ways of cooperating without affiliating.
Speaker Exchange or 12 Step List Volunteers
Get on the list and share your story to others at meetings.
Organize a list of members willing to share their stories at other meetings.