Maine Area 28 Special Needs/Remote Communities
Committee’s two fold purpose is to offer alternatives so that the AA
message is accessible to anyone when requested, including the remote
communities within Area 28.
Any interested member can be on the committee
in addition to the appointed Chair, assigned District Chairs and any
corresponding district committee chairs.
Each member of the committee has a vote within
the committee if they have attended more than one meeting.
Votes will be determined by a simple majority.
The Committee will use the GSO
guidelines/workbook when applicable, in their deliberations.
The committee will cooperate with other
committees to try to insure the message is accessible to all.
The committee chair will meet and
exchange information and material with the incoming Chair prior to
the January Area Committee Meeting.
Office Guidelines for Special Needs Committees.
There is also a
Special Needs/Accessibility Workbook.
Area 28 Special Needs/Remote Communities chair is
Phil B. who
can be reached at