About Dist 37

District 37 Alcoholics Anonymous – Helping groups carry the message ~

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District 37 consists of all Meetings North of 4th Plain Blvd., including Woodland. District 37 is part of Western Washington Area 72. The Western Washington Area is in the Pacific Region, in the Service Structure of Alcoholics Anonymous. 

The General Service Representative (GSR) has the responsibility of representing their AA home group at District and Area functions.

District 37 GSR Meeting
We are the General Service Representatives (GSRs). We are the link in the chain of communications for our groups with the General Service Conference and the world of AA. We realize the Ultimate Authority in AA is a loving God, as he may express Himself in our Group Conscience. As trusted servants, our job is to bring information to our groups in order that groups can reach an informed group conscience. In passing along this group conscience, we are helping to maintain the unity and strength so vital to our fellowship. Let us therefore, have the patience and tolerance to listen while others share, the courage to speak up when we have something to share, and the wisdom to do what is right for our groups and AA as a whole.

Click here for info on our next District 37 GSR/Committee meeting.

Click here to view District 37 Meeting Minutes and Treasurer’s Reports.

AA Approved Literature:

Click here to view ‘Structure of the Conference (US & Canada)’.

Click here to view ‘Your DCM – District Committee Member’.

Click here to view ‘Sharing From a DCM to a New DCM’.

Click here to view ‘The AA Service Manual Combined with 12 Concepts for World Service, by Bill W, 2018 – 2020 Edition’.

Click here to view ‘Inside AA – Understanding the Fellowship and its Services’.

Click here to view ‘Traditions Checklist From the AA Grapevine’.

Click here to view ‘The Illustrated 12 Concepts of World Service’.

Click here to view ‘AAs Legacy of Service’.

Click here to view ‘AA Guidelines – Central & Intergroup Offices’.

Click here to view ‘Is Your Group Linked to AA As A Whole?’.

Click here to view ‘Circles of Love: How AAs Work Together to Help the Alcoholic Who Still Suffers’.

Click here to view ‘Let’s be Friendly with Our Friends: Friends on the Alcoholism Front’.

Click here to view ‘AA Fact File‘.

Click here to view ‘Self Support Card’.

Click here to view ‘Self-Support: Where Money & Spirituality Mix’.

Click here to view ‘Safety in AA – Our Common Welfare’.

Click here to view ‘Safety Card for AA Groups’.

Click here to view NYC Intergroup ‘Remote Meeting 7th Tradition Best Practices’ (non – GSO).

Click here to view ‘The Historical Role of Intergroups in AA’ (non-GSO).