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CSO Meeting 1st July 2017

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Update to local groups:

The special meeting, called below#, was held on the 1st July with 16 in attendance, including the Area B Delegate and the Eastern Area Trustee.

Then on Saturday 5th August 2017, the Annual General Meeting of the CSOSH was held. After much debate, rather than dissolve the CSO immediately, it was decided to elect an interim Committee including 3 members new to the CSO and 2 of the previous members (in an advisory capacity) to give more time for the new Committee members to

  • recruit others
  • review how and where the Committee meetings are run so they are less formal and
  • delegate responsibilities and tasks to local groups where possible.

Any local AA member or group who would like to be involved, or know more, please contact the new Committee via This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call Steve on 0459 35 4449.

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Notice Special Meeting to discuss the closure of the CSO Southern Highlands.

Special meeting 12 noon

1st JULY 2017

Bowral Uniting Church Basement

(after the 10am Living Sober AA Meeting)

Bendooley Street Bowral NSW

Lunch refreshments provided

All local AA members welcome and local AA groups encouraged to come to discuss if there is a way that the local groups and members can support their local CSO Southern Highlands to continue to:

  • maintain and improve this website
  • maintain the AA phone service and talk to those thinking of coming to check AA out
  • make donations to the Southern Highlands FM radio for running twice daily ads for AA
  • run the 6 week 2ST radio ads over Christmas
  • organise our Latte Life "Is drinking costing you more than money" ads and Southern Highlands News monthly ads?
  • attend the annual Community Services Expo
  • organise literature stock and orders for the local groups.
  • support the annual New Years Eve evening Spiritual Concepts meeting?

OR will the CSO Southern Highlands need to close?

The current members of the CSO first meet 10 years ago to plan and create a simple legal structure for the local groups to pool their donations to organise and pay for the above services to

carry the message to the alcoholic who still suffers


All current members will be stepping down at the AGM in August 2017.

If there are no local members and/or groups to take over, then the current members will need to move a motion to disband the CSO Southern Highlands and the above services cease.

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