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District 7 has a number of open service positions at the district level, outlined below. Please submit your service resume to our DCM / Alt DCM trusted servants if interested.
The District Treasurer The treasurer receives and accounts for all moneys from the groups. A monthly accounting of all receipts and disbursements will be made to the District Committee at its regular meeting. The Treasurer’s report must show year-to-date total contributions from each group. The Treasurer may disburse payments for verified reasonable expenses to all committee members. The District Committee entrusts the Treasurer with stewardship of District moneys and relies upon his or her prudent judgment in determining the disbursement of funds for reasonable expenses. The Treasurer will disburse additional payments as directed by the GSRs. The Treasurer will maintain a prudent reserve of $800. Monthly expenses of the District include maintenance and support of the P.O. Box, AA Hotline, and rental payments for the District Archives. Any excess funds from the previous year’s group donations, above the prudent reserve and the current year’s committee allocations, are contributed equally to Washington State East Area 92 and the General Service Office; this payment will be made annually during the month of July (amended 6/8/2019). The treasurer will maintain an expense fund for the DCM and/or Alt. DMC’s travel expenses to Area Quarterly meetings and Assemblies in the amount of $500.
The Public Information Committee The PI- Committee, using the appropriate workbooks as guides, strives to carry our recovery message to non-AA groups. The committee maintains the 12-step phone list used by the AA Hotline and distributes pamphlets and meeting schedules in the community
The Corrections Committee The Corrections committee, using the appropriate workbook as a guide, is charged with carrying our message to jails and correctional facilities. The main purpose is to provide meetings and literature to men and women unable to attend regular meetings on the “outside”. The Corrections chair ought to be prepared to provide the District Committee with a written accounting report of expenditures monthly.
Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC) Committee The Committee uses the appropriate workbook to carry the message to retirement homes, and other facilities where alcoholics have a difficult time attending regular meetings out in the community. This committee strives to cooperate with doctors, lawyers, ministers, law enforcement officials, and other professionals.