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Central Service: Executive



The Central Service Executive is composed of:

Chair Co-Chair Treasurer Secretary

Chair

Roles
• Chair monthly Central Service Committee meetings according to AA Concepts
   of World Service as outlined in the AA service manual
• Attend District 1 and District 2 GSR meetings
• Convene Executive committee as required
• Prepare agenda for monthly meetings

Qualifications
It is recommended that the Central Service Chair has a minimum of five years continuous sobriety, prior service experience at Central Service and group level, be actively working AA’s 12 Steps and have also served as Co-Chair of Central Service.

 

Co-Chair

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Roles
• In absence of the Chair, chair monthly Central service meetings and if an agenda is not provided by the Chair ahead of time, the Co-Chair shall follow the “Standard Meeting Format” (see section X.X)
• Attend District 1 and District 2 GSR meetings
• Assist committee in its work of carrying the AA message
• Usually fulfills the role of Secretary in their absence, taking roll call and minutes for that meeting

Qualifications
It is recommended that Co- Chair has a minimum of three years continuous sobriety and be actively working AA’s 12 Steps

 

Treasurer

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Roles
• Responsible for accounting, distribution & disbursement of all income and expenses relating to Halifax Central Service
• Is responsible for the accounting of budgets for the subcommittees
• Prepare monthly financial statements.
• Prepare annual budget.
• Deposits donations from meeting groups and any other sources including the 7th tradition collected at the monthly Central Service meeting

Qualifications
It is recommended that Committee Chairs have a minimum of five years continuous sobriety, be financially rehabilitated and be actively working AA’s 12 Steps.

 

Secretary

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Roles
• Responsible for taking minutes at all Central Service meetings
• Distributes minutes to all Executive Committee members, Subcommittee chairs and CSR’s
• Maintains group contact list

Qualifications
It is recommended that Committee Chairs have a minimum of two years continuous sobriety and be actively working AA’s 12 Steps.