“Every A.A. member wants every alcoholic in the world to have the chance he had.Every A.A. member wants unity for our movement. Every A.A. member wants the good opinion of medicine, religion, and the general public. We know we must have these things or the new man may never get his chance. The Intergroup associations are the best insurance we can have
that our life lines to the hundreds of thousands yet to come will never break or tangle. Let usalways be generous. Let us warmly support Intergroup”
Bill W. 1949
NCMCO is your Central Office serving the western North Carolina area; this includes AA Districts 70, 71 & 80. For more information concerning the function and purpose of AA Central Offices and Intergroups click on the following link: AA Guidelines for Central Offices
Mountain Doin’s the newsletter with all the news that’s of interest to our local community. Download here: September Mountain Doins Digital 2017 Final AA Members: submit your stories, articles or poems! Do you have a personal story, a poem or an interesting article you would like to see published in the Mountain Doin’s? Send it to us by the 15th of the month in order for us to include it in the following month’s newsletter (i.e. February 15 for the March issue). Stories and articles can be up to about 600 words in length. Please include copyright information if the article contains quotes or portions that have been published in a book (i.e. “Alcoholics Anonymous, 4th edition, page ??”) or magazine (i.e. “From the (date) Grapevine”) Submissions can be mailed to: NCMCO, 70 Woodfin Place, Suite 206, Asheville, NC 28801 or emailed to: email@example.com If you have any questions give us a call: 828- 254-8539. We look forward to hearing from you!
New Pamphlet – So the Court Sent You to AA; Available FREE for download So the Court Sent You –
New Service Opportunity; Answering After Hours Phone Calls: NCMCO is now offering opportunities for AA members to answer calls after regular office hours. We are not eliminating the current answering service; rather, this involvement of volunteers will augment the service. Individual AA members can sign up for one night a week or one night a month or even just an occasional night or weekend – whatever best fits their schedules. The after-hours call times are: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – from 1:00pm until 10:00am the following morning; Friday 1:00pm through the weekend until Monday 10:00am To participate, members need to fill out a sign-up sheet and then meet with a member of the subcommittee to go over the procedures and guidelines. If you are interested in volunteering for this service, please call Central Office – 828-254-8539. Procedure for After-Hours Phone Volunteers & After-Hours Phone Sign-Up Sheet
North Carolina Mountain Central Office Needs Volunteers M-F 10AM-1PM If you are a sober member of AA interested in enhancing your sobriety through service work and are good on the phone, please contact the office manager at 828-254-8539 or use the contact form on this website.
What is a Central Office Representative and What are their Duties? Central Office Reps or COR’s are similar to GSR’s and their relationship with AA Districts. COR’s are responsible for voting their group’s conscience at COR meetings and to inform the NCMCO Board about any concerns of their AA home group. The COR tries to keep their home group informed about what the Central Office is doing. COR’s are responsible for participating in the quarterly COR meetings, to share their home group’s experience in carrying the AA message and express how NCMCO may better serve the area’s AA Community.
(New Date) NCMCO Board Meeting, Thurs Sept 21, 6PM, 70 Woodfin Pl, Suite 212, Asheville. Central office business will be discussed. All interested AA’s are invited to attend. Office Managers report: Office Manager Report – 7-13-17 Meeting minutes: NCMCO Minutes July 2017 – Approved at August Board Mtg
Central Office Fall Picnic, Sat Oct 7, 11AM – 2PM, Carrier Park Shelter, 500 Amboy Rd, Asheville, NC 28806. Food, Fun & Fellowship. Guest Speaker Tom M. from Waynesville (via FL & MA). Picnic begins at 11AM, speaker at 1PM. Bring your family and friends (and a chair) and celebrate with us in the park next to the river. Flyer: Fall Picnic Revised 8.22