Welcome to District 10
District 10 serves English-speaking groups in El Paso, TX. Scroll down or use links on the left for current information about Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and events in District 10.
Currently we're working on getting sections on this page for service committees who express interest in a web presence (scroll down). If you're a web chair, please send input to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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District 10 Service Committees
Chair: Angie R. - email@example.com
Public Information Committee
Chair: Connie F firstname.lastname@example.org
As a fellowship, we refer to information presented in Anonymity Online: Service Piece from GSO - for guidance on how to conduct ourselves responsibly online.
"Building wider understanding of the Twelve Traditions among A.A.s, especially as they pertain to online social networking sites, is a common P.I. activity ..."
- from AA Guidelines - Public Information
With that in mind, each month we will display the Tradition that corresponds to the number of the current month, alongside the original text from Twelve Points to Assure Our Future. This is taken directly from the A.A. pamphlet P-17 A.A. Tradition - How It Developed by Bill W.
February - Tradition 2
For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority—a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience.
For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority—a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern.
Mass Transit PSA
Posters are displayed on El Paso city buses to raise community awareness that AA exists and to help interested individuals find meetings. The linguistic districts split the cost and hang new posters every three months per Sun Metro policy.
Currently both districts are working with El Paso Intergroup to get bilingual content on their website (http://aaelpaso.org/) that will direct people to online schedules for meetings in both Spanish and English as well as display information in both languages about local AA events. Across the country, local intergroup committees and GSO service committees are working side by side to carry the AA message to the public.