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Liaisons: Area 33 has several Liaison positions. A Liaison is a contact person, or representative, from a specified group or entity who keeps Area 33 up to date and informed as to their activities. Likewise, Liaisons inform their groups or committees of the events and news of Area 33. Intergroup/Central Office & YPAA liaisons are elected at the Area 33 Assembly.
Intergroups/Central Offices: There are three intergroups in Area 33. Intergroup liaisons report on upcoming events and information regarding the intergroup. The liaison participates in the area meetings. The three Intergroups/Central Offices in Area 33 are:
A.A. of Greater Detroit
A.A. of Oakland County Intergroup
Detroit & Wayne County Office

YPAA Liaison: The YPAA Liaison position encourages communication and collaboration amongst young people in A.A. throughout Area 33, as well as help with communication between Area 33 and the various YPAA entities throughout the Area, the State of Michigan, the Eastern Area, and across the country. YPAA entities refers to any young person’s group (YPG), young person’s conference/convention, or young person’s committee. This Liaison will keep the Area informed of any upcoming state, regional, or international YPAA conferences or conventions happening in or around Area 33. This Liaison position can help educate Area 33 and its members about what YPAA is and how a young person might get involved or find relatable fellowship in the program. It is highly suggested this position maintains or has access to an update list of young people’s meetings throughout the Area. Please contact area33ypaa@aa-semi.org.


Traditions Skit: This group performs the Traditions Skit as requested by groups, districts or events. It can be fun and informative and add a little variety to your event. The Chair of the Traditions Skit Committee sets up the skit as requested, contacts the traditions skit players, and informs the Area of their schedule. To request a skit to be performed at your function, contact area33traditionsskit@aa-semi.org.

Ad Hoc Committees: Ad Hoc Committees are formed with a specific purpose in mind, and once that purpose is fulfilled, the committee is typically disbanded. A motion to form an Area 33 Ad Hoc Committee can be made by any eligible member during new business. When an Ad Hoc Committee is formed, a Chair is elected and shall serve as long as the committee exists.

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