When you’re a G.S.R. (General Service Representative) you are linking your home group with the whole of A.A..
In 1950, a new type of trusted servant, the “group representative,” was suggested to help in the selection of delegates to the newly-formed General Service Conference.
The General Service Representative (G.S.R.) is the very foundation of our general service structure. Through your G.S.R., you can make your group’s voice heard at district meetings, at area assemblies, and eventually at the General Service Conference.
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