ARC Committees

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The committees are open to new members* and is a fun opportunity for service work!

The Antioch Recovery Club (hereafter referred to as “the Club”) Committees are comprised of member volunteers responsible only to those they serve. The committees are guided by the ARC Bylaws with an eye on the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.

*with a minimum of three (3) months sobriety

The members* of the membership committee monitor all aspects of Club membership, including invitations and retention. Bringing new members in, the membership committee ensures that the member experience meets everyone’s expectations. That’s no small job. You are up for the task!

The membership chair develops new member prospect lists and recruitment opportunities. The membership chair works closely with the board president and secretary to plan membership drives and special club meetings for prospective members. The chair sets membership goals with input from the Club’s board of directors.

*with a minimum of three (3) months sobriety

The major responsibility of the members* of the fund raising committee is to raise money needed to meet the needs of the Club. This committee works cooperatively with the board president and treasurer in accounting for receipts and disbursements for the activity. The committee may also plan specific fundraising events and activities.

All plans must be approved in advance by the executive board.

*with a minimum of three (3) months sobriety

As an outreach committee member* you are responsible for establishing relationships and partnerships with individuals, organizations and others within our community to evaluate how the Club may better serve the community as a whole. The outreach committee monitors and examines existing programs and facilitates discussions about new programs and program priorities.

*with a minimum of three (3) months sobriety

Members* of the special events committee provide leadership for the entire event planning process for the Club. Committee members will orchestrate the overall production of Club events, will provide suggestions and advice as needed, and be prepared to take advice and direction from the executive board.

Specific Role Duties and Responsibilities
  • Oversees the entire event and planning process
  • Attend ongoing committee meetings
  • Encourage creativity and the development of new and exciting ideas
  • Delegate tasks and encourage volunteers at special events
  • Develop leaders from within the committee for specific events
  • Maintain communication among other committee members
  • Works closely with the Fundraising Committee

*with a minimum of three (3) months sobriety

The members* of the maintenance committee is to help facilitate the proper functionality of multiple systems and utilities within the Club. Through the exchange of maintenance information from those involved, it is the goal of this committee to:

Specific Role Duties and Responsibilities
  • Make recommendations to the executive board for consideration when equipment standards relating to maintenance and equipment performance are in need of review.
  • Review proposed regulations, industry standards, and manufacturer’s recommendations as they affect maintenance and maintenance practices.
  • Plan, organize and assist with developing the overall safety of the Club premises.
  • Provide information and share knowledge with the executive board regarding maintenance related questions.

*with a minimum of three (3) months sobriety

The major responsibility of the members* of the web function committee is to ensure the AntiochRecoveryClub.org website, Zoom Virtual Meeting spaces and social media accounts meet the needs of the members and guests of the Club. This committee works cooperatively with the board president and secretary in hosting virtual meetings. The committee may also plan specific virtual events and activities such as virtual speaker meetings and other marketing campaigns. All plans must be approved in advance by the executive board.

*with a minimum of three (3) months sobriety

Please contact us if you are interested in serving on a committee.

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