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Mailing Address:
Southern Maryland Intergroup (SMIA)
P.O. Box 767
Charlotte Hall, MD 20622

Meeting Location
Immaculate Conception Church
28297 Old Village Road
Mechanicsville, MD 20659

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District Information
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Click Here for District 36

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District 1 - Calvert County
District 1 Website - Click here

District Meeting: 7 PM, 3rd Monday
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Prince Frederick, MD


Mailing Address: District 1 Trust Fund, PO Box 234, Barstow, MD 20610

DCM: Craig R.
Alt DCM - Ricky F.
Treasurer - Peggy R.
Secretary- Suzie F.

Web - Bill L.
SMIA Rep - Bill L.
Bridging the Gap - Chuck G.
Institutions - Fred W.
Events - Suzie F.
Public Information - Roger M.
Accessibility - Open
Grapevine - Open


District 35 - Charles County

Open Service Positions:
Hospitality Chair
Communications Chair
Grapevine Representative

Mailing Address: District 35, PO Box 1981, La Plata, MD 20646


District 36 - St. Mary's County
District 36 Website

Looking for new ways to be of service and carry the message???
Please come and join us at the District 36 Business Meeting of AA

We meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Hollywood Maryland Rescue Squad, 23469 Rescue Lane, Hollywood MD, 20636

What’s New at the District?

New Officers:
* (D.C.M) District Committee Member-Brandi D.
 *(Alt. D.C.M.). Alternate District Committee Member-Joyce S.       
* Secretary-Jamie Q.

As a new officer I am challenging all of our fellows in the district to elect a G.S.R for your group and let your opinions be heard and represented!! The group conscience is at the top off AA’s service structure for a reason!! Please attend the monthly District meeting and let us know how your group is doing and if there is any way the District can help.  The district meeting is welcome to everyone in the fellowship.  We need you all.  This is a “WE” program and the District gives us a bigger platform to get our message out.

With love and service,
Brandi D.
D.C.M. District 36

What is the District and how does it work?

• District 36 serves the Fellowship of AA of St. Mary’s County Maryland.
• The heart of AA is the Groups, which elect a (G.S.R) Group Service Representative to be the link between their group and the fellowship as a whole. The G.S.R represents the voice of the group conscience, and reporting the groups thoughts to the (D.C.M.) District Committee Member at the District meeting. This information is then communicated down to the Maryland Area 29 and the Service Conference. This sharing of information is to identify problems, and find ways to contribute to AA group growth and well-being.
• This communication is a two-way street. Information that is shared and passed along at the District meetings are communicated back to the groups.
• Service Committees are formed at the District meetings to help better serve and carry the message to the still suffering Alcoholic.
• The Meeting runs by using the Robert’s Rules of Order format.
• During the meeting Group reports are given to exchange information about the groups well-being, what is working well for the group or isn’t working.
• All members of the fellowship are welcome to attend. We encourage you all to bring your ideas on how the district can continue to carry the message.
What are some of the ways our District carries the message?

• The District holds several workshops each year
• We sponsor the Christmas Alca-thon
• Contribute to other group functions
What are some of the ways you can be of service to the District?

• Serve on Committees
• Help with workshops
• Become a GSR for your group
• Many other opportunities.

How is the District Funded?

• The Seventh Tradition supports our primary purpose, to carry the message to the alcoholic who still suffers.

The District is fully self-supporting by the AA groups and relies on your contributions to function as a whole.





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