• district meeting controversy

    From -><+@21:1/5 to All on Sun Feb 14 14:31:44 2016
    XPost: alt.recovery.aa, alt.social-security-disability, uk.rec.psychic

    I volunteered to be the corrections guy for the district a year ago, which
    is the last district meeting I've been to since. In the meantime I've been arranging meetings in corrections in the area.

    Then the other members of the district meeting were complaining I don't
    attend district meetings and because of that I should be relieved of my
    post.

    I can't go to district meetings because of my job. I need to get caught up with my sleep, which falls on the district meeting time $7.00 worth of gas away, once a month.

    If they don't like that they can kiss my ass.


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  • From Mike T.@21:1/5 to All on Sun Feb 14 20:11:05 2016
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    wrote:

    I volunteered to be the corrections guy for the district a year ago,
    which is the last district meeting I've been to since. In the
    meantime I've been arranging meetings in corrections in the area.

    Then the other members of the district meeting were complaining I
    don't attend district meetings and because of that I should be
    relieved of my post.

    I can't go to district meetings because of my job. I need to get
    caught up with my sleep, which falls on the district meeting time
    $7.00 worth of gas away, once a month.

    If they don't like that they can kiss my ass.

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    I was the corrections chairman the last two years. It was important to
    attend the district meeting to inform the AA groups of what is
    happening in the corrections committee and how we are bringing the
    meeting to the alcoholics in jails. The AA groups support the
    corrections committee through their donations and have a right to know
    how that money is spent. If the committee chairman doesn't show up and
    keep people informed then he is preventing others from having an
    opportunity to learn more about that service. The groups are well
    within their right to request a new chairman if you are too selfish to
    fulfill your obligations of the position.

    I am the current district treasurer and am strongly considering asking
    for a new literature chairman to be elected because he is not turning
    over the proceeds of literature to me for deposit and will not answer
    text messages or calls for us to meet somewhere and get that done. I
    will call him out at the next district meeting if he even bothers
    showing up. In the meantime I will discuss this at our next home group
    meeting and make a motion there for this to happen first.

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