Stephen S., Area 53 Central and Southeastern Ohio The Area Highlights are two-minute presentations made by the Delegates from the various Areas at the General Service Conference. They provide basic facts about each of the Areas for the other Delegates. Below is the presentation that our Delegate will present this year. “Area 53 … Read more 69th General Service Highlights | February 27, 2019
Join the Area 53 Cooperation with the Professional Community – Public Information Committee for: CPC-PI School! Sunday, February 3, 2019 from 2 PM to 4PM. Maple Grove United Methodist Church 7 West Henderson Road Columbus, OH 43214 Learn what the CPC-PI Committee does and how you can help us carry the … Read more CPC-PI School | February 3, 2019
YouTube is becoming AA’s newest channel of love and service. The Alcoholics Anonymous’ General Service Office (GSO) has created a YouTube channel to convey the AA message through public service announcement videos. The Alcoholics Anonymous channel is located at: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. The purpose of this AAWS outreach is simple. “It provides an … Read more Alcoholics Anonymous on YouTube | November 2018
The next meeting of the Area 53 CPC-PI committee is Sunday September 2, at Maple Grove Church at 2:00 pm. Visit the committee page for more details.
The Sunday, February 4th, meeting of the CPC-PI committee is cancelled. If you have any questions, contact the CPC-PI committee chairperson.
We hope to see you at the Sunday, December 3rd CPC-PI meeting at 2:00pm. Links to committee meeting minutes from September and October are below. Visit our committee webpage for more information on committee service work. In gratitude, Cheryl S., CPC-PI Secretary October 1, 2017 minutes September 3, 2017 minutes
Your Area 53 CPC-PI committee will join over 50 business and health, legal and community service organizations September 30 at Hope Works 2017 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. CPC-PI was invited by Peace Lutheran for the job fair which is co-sponsored by The Allen Foundation.
An AA CPC-PI committee informs the public-at-large and the professionals who provide services to or employ persons with an alcohol problem. The committee uses the flyer “Information on Alcoholics Anonymous” and as many as 32 other conference approved literature to inform the public and professionals about what AA does and doesn’t do and how to contact AA for help.
Maureen T., Teri G., Dan S. and Dave C. will be CPC-PI volunteers answering questions and reaching out from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturday.
For more information about CPC-PI contact Dave C. at cpcpi[at]area53aa[dot]org.