Other Resources

  • If you are interested in EMPLOYMENT at the Alano Club, please contact the Club Manager, Mike at 425.455.5700.
  • If you are a new meeting secretary at the Club, refer to How to be a secretary at the Club.
  • If you are a new treasurer for your meeting at the club, refer toHow to be a treasurer at the Club.
  • Eastside Intergroup is a great web site for our community. It is a mature site that offers info on meetings, service, activities, travel and more.
  • Seattle Intergroup widens the scope of possibilities for meetings and service.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous World Services is a great resource for on-line literature and how to contact AA all around the world.
  • The AA Grapevine is The International Monthly Journal of Alcoholics Anonymous published since 1944. It’s a great resource for personal stories, entertainment and a meeting in print.
  • The Al-Anon Family Groups (AFG) are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who believe alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery.
  • A list for those AA wanderers who tend to look up the nearest Alano Club when rolling into a stop in an unfamiliar burg. They’re everywhere!
  • The Clean and Sober Softball Association is a recovery-based activity, organized for “non-competitive” recreation.  The function of CSSA and its franchises is to further recovery through the community of softball.
  • Puget Sound Young Peoples Council is a group that has been putting on sober events in our area for over 30 years. There are many opportunities for service and fellowship through PSYPC. From the ‘Alta Lake Campout’ to the ‘Winter Holidays Conference’ you can help be a part of something special. Don’t let the “Young Peoples” hold you back. Many members are simply young at heart if not age!