Trusted Servants of the Clean Air North Group
Service Position:
Term of
Service
(mos):
Minimum
Continuous
Sobriety
(mos):
Contact Information: Description:
Chairperson
624chair@cleanairnorth.com
  • Preside over Clean Air North Group Conscience and related meetings.
  • If you are unavailable for a scheduled meeting, please delegate to another regular member of Clean Air North having a minimum of 2 years of continuous sobriety. 
Secretary
612secretary@cleanairnorth.com
  • Obtain a front door key from the Group Chairperson. At the end of the Term of Service, drop the key in the KEY DROPBOX. Do not make copies of the key for other members.
  • At the beginning of your term, obtain the meeting minutes notebook from the outgoing secretary.
  • Keep the minutes at all Group Conscience Meetings. Post the minutes on the CAN bulletin board and archive them in the meeting minutes notebook.
  • Maintain a list of phone numbers for trusted servants.
  • Keep AA bulletin board current. (Discard outdated items).
  • Retrieve mail from the mailbox on a weekly basis. (Please see the previous Secretary and obtain the mailbox key).
  • Place all bills in the safe for the Treasurer’s retrieval.
  • If you are unable to attend the Group Conscience Meeting, please ask another regular member of Clean Air North to record the minutes of the meeting.
Treasurer,
Alternate

2424treasurer@cleanairnorth.com
  • Obtain a front door key from the Group Chairperson. At the end of the Term of Service, drop the key in the KEY DROPBOX. Do not make copies of the key for other members.
  • Handle all group financial matters, as outlined on Page 26 in the “AA Group” pamphlet.
  • Maintain current financial records of the group. 
  • Promptly collect and reimburse supply receipts. 
  • Post financial statements in a timely manner each month on the CAN bulletin board.
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Program Chairperson
612program@cleanairnorth.com
  • Obtain a front door key from the Group Chairperson. At the end of the Term of Service, drop the key in the KEY DROPBOX. Do not make copies of the key for other members.
  • Provide a meeting chairperson for every evening meeting and assist in getting speakers for open meetings. (It is helpful to keep a journal or calendar and coordinate with the previous Program Chairperson so that the same member isn’t chairing too many meetings).
  • In keeping with AA’s Singleness of Purpose, please remind the chairpersons of open meetings to invite only speakers that are alcoholics and that will share their recovery from alcoholism.
  • Meeting chairpersons must be regular members of Clean Air North and have a minimum of 1 year of continuous sobriety.
  • Remind meeting chairpersons to read the CAN meeting guide book and follow the meeting format approved by the Group Conscience.
  • Ensure that meeting chairpersons have a key to the front door. 
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Literature Chairperson
66literature@cleanairnorth.com
  • Obtain a front door key from the Group Chairperson. At the end of the Term of Service, drop the key in the KEY DROPBOX. Do not make copies of the key for other members.
  • Purchase and maintain only AA conference-approved literature, and group-related items including desire chips, monthly chips, yearly chips, and Newcomer Packs.
  • Keep the literature rack orderly and post current literature prices.
  • Maintain a supply of CAN meeting schedule cards.
  • Conduct a yearly chip count well in advance of the monthly birthday meeting, to ensure that that there are a sufficient number of yearly chips for the birthday night celebrants.
  • AA conference-approved literature, chips, and *Newcomer Packs are purchased in person from the Dallas Intergroup Association, located at 6162 E. Mockingbird Lane, Suite 213, Dallas, TX 75214. For the store office hours, visit www.aadallas.org, or call (214) 887-6699. Charges should be made to the Clean Air North Group literature account. The group will be invoiced later.
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.

*Note: Purchase the Newcomer Pack version that does NOT include the Greater Dallas Meeting Schedule inside. Insert a CAN meeting schedule card into each Newcomer Pack.

Digital Meeting Coordinator

digitalmeetings@cleanairnorth.com
  • Recruiting meeting coordinators for 7:07, noon, evening, and weekend Zoom meetings. 
  • Responsible for finding chair people for the meetings. 
  • Keep chair people informed of changes to Zoom, including login information and software updates. 
  • Manage bulk email through MailChimp.
  • Manage cleanairnorth@gmail.com mailbox.
  • Coordinate meetings with Program Chair Trusted Servant position.
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Maintenance
Chairperson,
Alternate

612maintenance@cleanairnorth.com
  • Obtain a front door key from the Group Chairperson. At the end of the Term of Service, drop the key in the KEY DROPBOX. Do not make copies of the key for other members.
  • Purchase and maintain a supply of toilet paper, paper towels, liquid hand soap, hand sanitizer, trash bags, and cleaning supplies.
  • Replace and maintain A/C filters, light bulbs, clock batteries, fire extinguisher, and perform other facility-related tasks as scheduled and posted on the electrical room door.
  • Interface with Bright Management’s onsite representative on matters pertaining to the facility, as necessary.
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Cleaning Chairpersons
(two people serving as co-chairs)

66cleaning@cleanairnorth.com
  • Obtain a front door key from the Group Chairperson. At the end of the Term of Service, drop the key in the KEY DROPBOX. Do not make copies of the key for other members.
  • Promote and coordinate the monthly group clean-up activity to be held at 2 pm on the Sunday immediately following Birthday Night. Enlist the aid of all members to help clean the facility.
  • Provide a clean meeting area. This includes the kitchen, restrooms, floors, counters, chairs, tables, baseboards, windows, fans, refrigerator, bookshelves, podium, trash cans, and recycle bin. Enlist the aid of newcomers, sponsees, and other members as needed.
  • Restrooms should be cleaned and sanitized weekly. Spot carpet cleaning should occur as-needed. Whole-carpet steam cleaning must be approved by the Group Conscience.
  • Empty the cigarette butt receptacle at the rear of the building as needed and pick up trash left behind by members.
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Beverage Chairperson
66beverages@cleanairnorth.com
  • Obtain a front door key from the Group Chairperson. At the end of the Term of Service, drop the key in the KEY DROPBOX. Do not make copies of the key for other members.
  • Purchase and maintain the supply of beverages including bottled water and soft drink products.
  • Re-stock refrigerator on a regular basis (every few days during summer season).
  • Please consider joining Sam’s Club or Costco to take advantage of the cost savings.
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Coffee & Paper
Supplies
66coffee@cleanairnorth.com
  • Obtain a front door key from the Group Chairperson. At the end of the Term of Service, drop the key in the KEY DROPBOX. Do not make copies of the key for other members.
  • Responsibilities include purchasing and maintaining coffee, filters, creamers, sweeteners, stirrers, and cups, as well as miscellaneous birthday party goods including napkins, paper plates, plastic flatware, etc. 
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Speaker Chairperson
1224speakers@cleanairnorth.com
  • Recruit the monthly Wednesday night step-speakers and Wednesday night Traditions speaker for the month of November.
  • Keep the monthly calendar in the kitchen updated with the names of speakers.
  • Keep and maintain a record of all speakers along with their contact information.
  • Contact each speaker a couple of days in advance to remind them of their commitment.
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
General Service
Representative,
Alternate

2424gsr@cleanairnorth.com
  • Represent Clean Air North at all District and Area Service activities.
  • Maintain service bulletin board containing information from GSO, District, and Area Meetings.
  • Coordinate and schedule workshops requested by the group.
  • Give a status report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Intergroup
Representative,
Alternate

2412intergroup@cleanairnorth.com
  • Represent Clean Air North at the Dallas Intergroup Association meetings.
  • Give a report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Grapevine
Representative

126grapevine@cleanairnorth.com
  • Read the Grapevine magazine; announce its arrival each month.
  • Let members know how to order Grapevine.
  • Register as a Rep. with the Grapevine.
  • Participate in area Grapevine committee activities. 
  • Give a report at all scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Correctional Facilities
Representative

1212corrections@cleanairnorth.com
  • Represent Clean Air North at all District and Area. Service activities and any Intergroup Correctional activities.
  • Carry info about activities that our group is involved to these meetings. 
  • Bring back and report info about Correctional service opportunities and activities at scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Public Information/
Cooperation with the Professional
Community

1224picpc@cleanairnorth.com
  • Represent Clean Air North at all District and Area. Service activities and any Intergroup PI/CPC activities.
  • Carry info about activities that our group is involved to these meetings.
  • Bring back and report info about PI/CPC service opportunities and activities at scheduled Group Conscience meetings.
Treatment Facilities
Representative

1212treatment@cleanairnorth.com
  • Represent Clean Air North at all District and Area Service activities and any Intergroup Treatment-related activities.
  • Carry info about activities that our group is involved to these meetings.
  • Bring back and report info about Treatment service opportunities and activities at scheduled Group  Conscience meetings.