A.A. has a rich and interesting history, mostly passed down by word of mouth. The District Archives Chairperson helps organize information about the groups in San Luis Obispo County.
The A.A. Grapevine is our magazine referred to as our “meeting in print”. It is written, edited and illustrated by A.A members communicating their experience with recovery, unity and service.
La Viña es la versión en Español de La Vid.
The Cooperation with the Professional Community/Public Information Committee communicates to professionals, media and the general public what we are, what we can do, and where to find us.
SLO Precinct of Young People in AA
The purpose of is to carry the AA message of recovery, unity, and service to a vast number of members, and to encourage young people in AA to become actively involved in service, as well as to acquaint the members of the fellowship with all activities available to them throughout Area93 District 22.
H & I/Bridging the Gap
The Hospitals and Institutions committee carries the message of recovery to alcoholics who are not able to attend regular meetings. They arrange for panels to visit hospitals, jails, and rehabilitation centers and also facilitate the Bridging the Gap program that helps alcoholics when they are released by providing contacts with other alcoholics in recovery.
The Technology Chair maintains our website and digital presence and facilitates our ability to use virtual media aka “Zoom” for our District communications.