Our Group Conscience

Anonymity Statement

There may be some here who are not familiar with our Tradition of personal anonymity at the public level: “Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio and films.”

Thus, we respectfully ask that A.A. speakers and A.A. members not be photographed, videotaped, or identified by full name on audiotapes or in any published or broadcast reports of our meetings,

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including those reports on the Internet or other new media technologies.

The assurance of anonymity is essential in our efforts to help other problem drinkers who may wish to share our recovery program with us. And our Tradition of anonymity reminds us that A.A. principles come before personalities.


Our group does not subscribe to any website analytics or tracking of data for any purpose. We do not share member contact information and will distribute event lists privately.

11th Tradition

Our group is not intentionally marketed online. This group’s effectiveness and word of mouth is the only representation of how other members find out about this meeting.

Online Meeting Guidance

How should I identify?
Our group participants are to enter the online meeting using first name only and last initial.

Mark L or Mark

Why is my phone number masked?
It is our group conscience that we mask our meeting attendee phone numbers. This respects your confidentiality and privacy, not just your anonymity.

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When should I join the meeting?
Anytime after 7:30pm

Should I be on mute when I join?
Yes – Please allow the moderator to call on you.

Should I use my video camera?
Some members do and some do not. It is a personal choice. However, we suggest if you have privacy concerns, you can disable your video.

What is the Meeting URL?https://zoom.us/j/9013364499

How do I join a online Zoom meeting?https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193

What do I need to join a live meeting?https://zoom.us/download#client_4meeting

Traditions Statement

Our A.A. Group wishes to adhere to all Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.

We desire to provide an effective meeting format and conduct an efficient online meeting.

All participants are asked to remain on mute except for those who are called upon by the moderator.

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Meeting participants should identify themselves as an alcoholic and share on the topic presented or as it relates to their alcoholism.

Non-Alcoholics are welcome as observers only in open meetings formats.

Some closed meetings may issue a password for attendance online.

7th Tradition – Self-Support Statement

Our costs to facilitate this meeting are relatively low. We adhere to the traditions of A.A. and can only accept donations from members of Alcoholics Anonymous. It is recommended contributions up to $2 be offered from anyone who wishes to contribute.

Our Group Conscience states that 100% of all contributions beyond operating expenses will be donated to the General Service Board of the US and Canada (i.e., GSO). Financial reporting will be published monthly for review by Group Members only.

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