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Archives Committee

Chair: (effective 2014) Mark A. Have something to donate to the District 4 Achives?--Just email the chair...

Purpose: To preserve the history of Area 92, District 4's AA.

Current volunteer needs: This committee is currently in need of people interested in the history of A.A. in the Washington Area 92, District 4. Please let me know (509-308-1954) if you are interested.

What We Do: Receive, classify and index material relevant to the Washington Area 92, District 4's A.A. and items of general A.A. historical interest. These include, but are not limited to, correspondence, and literary and artifactual works considered to have historical importance to Alcoholics Anonymous in our local area. Please contact this committee if you have any items that you think might be beneficial to the Washington Area 92, District 4 Archives.

Our job is to hold and preserve such material, making access possible, to members of Alcoholics Anonymous. Such access is provided with a mindful view toward the anonymity of our members. The District 4 Archives Repository is located at:

Tri-Cities Alano Club
102 E Kennewick Ave.
Kennewick, WA 99336

GSO Archive Guideline Links:


Current News: Area 92 Archives were displayed at the Inland Empire Round-up on April 30-May 2, 2010. On Friday night Karen S., daughter of Shorty H., presented a historical retropective of the roundup. The PowerPoint presentation is available here for viewing.

District 4 Archive Presentation