There are numerous ways you can be of service to the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Harbor Area.
First and foremost is the Harbor Area Service Committee (Service Committee). Every group should be concerned with how the principles and traditions of the fellowship are adhered to in our area, as well as the way matters affecting A.A. are conducted nationally. Each group is autonomous, yet they are closely interrelated by cooperation for the good of all groups and for A.A. as a whole.
In the Harbor Area this is accomplished through the Service Committee. The Service Committee is comprised of delegates elected from their respective groups or meetings to serve for a period of time on the Committee. Each delegate has a vote in the affairs of the Committee and is eligible to serve in any additional capacity that they desire upon approval by the Committee.
Within the Service Committee there are a number offices and sub-committees designated to perform certain functions for the successful operation of Alcoholics Anonymous throughout the Harbor Area.
Elections for the offices and subcommittees are held every December at the Harbor Area Service Committee meeting. For an complete explanation and description of the elections click here.