The Intergroup Archive Committee collects, preserves and displays the history of Alcoholics Anonymous in the Rochester Area. This includes how A.A. originated, evolved and grew in Rochester. We carry A.A’s legacy of recovery by illustrating this history and passing it on to fellow members.
We carry A.A’s message of hope by chronicling how A.A. has helped people in the Rochester community. Archives conveys to the newcomer that A.A’s promise of recovery is a consistent and reliable source for anyone suffering from alcoholism.
Getting involved can help you grow spiritually by giving you the chance to serve A.A. through the dissemination of its fruitful history in Rochester. Committee members also have the opportunity to interact with other alcoholics by taking our displays to group anniversaries and conventions.
The Archives Committee is always looking for new members. We meet the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm at the Rochester Medical Museum and Archives located at 1441 East Avenue, 2nd Floor, Rochester, New York 14610. As a group we work on recording oral histories, creating new displays, and taking our exhibits to anniversaries and conventions.
Interested individuals can contact the Rochester Area Intergroup Office at 585-232-6720. Feel free to come to our meetings and be of service.