Being part of our area Activities Subcommittee is a great way to have fun in recovery, help others have fun in recovery, and get to know new people. Our area is very active with regular weekly activities as well as regular monthly special activities all-year long. Summertime might mean tubing and Sunday sports at Carrier Park. Bowling, Roller Skating, Snow tubing, card tournaments, and dances are just a few other things we do. Do you have an idea for a good Activity? – PLEASE come to the monthly activities meeting and share it/make it happen. The Activities subcommittee needs new people to help keep the fun going and help make the events happen.
Looking Glass Bash is a weekend of fun and recovery in the mountains. Come out and eat, camp, sleep, and enjoy your recovery.
Spiritually High in the Land of the Sky is one of the longest-running annual conventions in the Southern US. Join us as we fellowship, listen to speakers from around the country, dance, and learn more about ourselves and NA as a whole.
H&I brings meetings into jails, prisons, detox, and other treatment facilities where people cannot get out to meetings. You can be of service and help out your own recovery by being a part of the H&I subcommittee. H&I needs panels of speakers to share their stories in order to help carry the message of Narcotics Anonymous.
Information Technology maintains and updates the Area website, updates the online meeting list, and distributes Area announcements.
The guidelines and procedures have been compiled as an aid to understanding the proceedings at the Western North Carolina Area Service Committee (WNCASC) meeting and to help us conduct our business in a practical and spiritual manner. Other references, from which these guidelines and procedures have been compiled, are A Guide to Local Service, The Twelve Traditions of Narcotics Anonymous, and The Twelve Concepts for Narcotics Anonymous Service.
PR is the Subcommittee that is often the way that someone hears about Narcotics Anonymous. The role of the PR committee is to ensure that clear and accurate information about NA is available to the public. The demand for information about our fellowship is greater than ever. Being part of a committee that brings suffering addicts to our fellowship is a reward that cannot be expressed, only experienced (Kumbaya).
The purpose of the Unity Day Committee is to hold events to promote NA unity throughout the Area and to attract members to the services of NA. We all have to pull together and in pulling together we learn that we really are a part of something greater than ourselves.