We now have tickets available at the Central Office for anyone wanting to attend the upcoming Joy of Living Benefit, Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 2015. Tickets may also be purchased via the tab for the benefit on this website. If you prefer to have an actual ticket, we have them available here and through the Joy of Living committee.
Mark C. and his array of musical talent will make for a great event. All funds will go to help the Dallas Central Office continue our vital services to the Dallas area A. A. community. For full details see the event page or the tab titled Joy of Living Benefit. Hope to see you there.
The Dallas Central Office/Intergroup Association needs dependable office volunteers. If you are looking for service work and a way to give back to Alcoholics Anonymous we can provide that! When answering the phones for us, you are a representative of not only the Dallas Central Office/Intergroup Association, but often the first contact a newcomer has with our membership. We need volunteers with at least one year of continuous sobriety and a working knowledge of the 12 Traditions. (We always have plenty of opportunities for volunteers with less sobriety). We have two shifts a day: 10am to 1pm or 1pm to 5pm. We are also open on the second and third Saturdays of every month from 10-2pm. We could use back up help for Saturdays.
The Dallas Central Office is a business office and not an AA Group which seems to confuse some members. We do have a dress code of sorts because we are the public face of A.A., and because we deal with some heavy cases of books which is why we do not allow open toe shoes for example. You do not have to wear a dress or shirt and tie to do service work with us and we promise you fellowship, service and a close up look at our unity. We believe in having fun and you will have plenty of that in this office. We also provide candy!
We desperately need volunteers willing to commit to at least 6 month and preferably more. The majority of our volunteers have been here for years. It is not beneficial for us to spend the time training a volunteer on our POS system, inventory, how to answer the phones, filling orders, handling 12th Step calls, stocking, etc., if a volunteer only wants to show up occasionally or when convenient. If anyone has some time to give back to A.A. we would love to have you join our crew. We want to have more old-timers and no one need worry about computers or heavy lifting. Visitors to the office love to talk to members with long-term sobriety, and we would love to have you.
If you are interested in volunteering with us just email email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office during business hours: 214-887-6699. Don’t miss out on what may be the best service opportunity in Dallas!
The Dallas Central Office will set up at the North Texas Roundup August 21 and 22. We will have literature and information on our upcoming events: The Joy of Living Benefit and our 68th Anniversary Celebration with Clancy I, Los Angeles as our AA speaker. If you plan on attending the conference please stop by and say hello. Our of respect for the speakers we do close during all speaker meetings. See you there!!
If any of our members experienced one of those incredible incidents while at the International Convention in Atlanta, send your short comments/story to us and we will select some of the best for sharing with everyone. Hope you all had a great time, but glad you are back! Send your comments to email@example.com. Thanks!
It is time for the 2015 International Convention at last. There is an app available for download on the AA website so you can keep up with what is going on where and when. For those not able to attend this event, the International Opening Flag Ceremony will be streamed via the A.A. website for everyone to view. This is one of the most inspiring and exciting part of the entire convention. No passwords or access codes needed. It will be available from the morning of July 4th through July 6th at midnight. The panoramic photo of the 2015 International may be ordered in advanced and shipped or picked up at the convention. Follow the link at www.aa.org
Have a safe and sober trip to Atlanta, and back. Let’s show them Texas sobriety at its best!!!