The area chairperson is responsible for organizing meetings of the Area 79 Committee (Area Quarterlies and Assemblies ), chairing the meetings of the General Service Committee (GSC) and for ensuring that the business of the area is carried out. The chairperson, more than any other officer, keeps the delegate informed about what is going on in the area, and makes sure that Area Committee members are aware of what goes on in World Services.
The BC/Yukon Area Committee meets four times annually. Locations for these meetings are chosen, for the following year, at the April Pre-Conference Assembly. A list of upcoming Area Meetings is given on the Quarterlies and Assemblies page , under the Events tab, on this website. As the date of a meeting approaches, detailed information and the meeting agenda is posted with the meeting’s listing.
Area Chair is an elected position on the Area 79 General Service Committee. For more information about the Chair's duties and responsibilities, please see the following Job Description .
For more information email Area 79 Chair
The Alternate Chair is elected to the Area 79 General Service Committee at the same time as the Chair, and assists the Chair in their responsibilities. In Area 79, the Alternate Chair also sits as the Grapevine Chair. For more information about the duties and responsibilities of the Alternate Chair, please see the following Job Description .
For more information email Area 79 Alternate Chair
For those wishing to submit their resumes for either an elected or appointed position on the Area 79 General Service Committee, please download the suggested service resume form Service Resume . The link will reroute you to our elections section of our website. The use of the resume form is not mandatory for either elected positions or appointed positions. However, its use does assist both the candidate and the Fellowship in several ways. These include the provision of consistent information in an organized way and assisting candidates in adhering to time limits for presentation of resumes.
To let your name stand for an elected position please see: Elections Page