A Note from your Special Needs Chair:
Special Needs Chair & Committees of the
districts decide which colors they want
their district to paint as far as being a
part of the special needs committee.
You don’t have to choose just one.
Questions and Concerns:
Jeanne F., Special Needs Chair for NIA
Michelle B., Special Needs Alternate Chair
Color Me Special Needs
Gold---Helping our members that are or have
been a part of the Armed Forces.
Red---Stopping & taking someone to a meeting
who needs help.
Yellow---Taking meetings to senor retirement
homes and like facilities. These are the
Blue---Putting Big Books in the libraries of
Indigo---Hearing & seeing special needs of
AA members (example. some one in the
hospital) & tell the SN committee.
Orange---Caution-helping the disabled or
injured member before, during and after an
Green--- Going to the homebound or hospital
with an AA meeting.
Purple---Collecting Grapevines to distribute
everywhere we go in senior communities.
Brown---Helping those that are
sight-impaired, hearing-impaired, physically
& mentally- impaired & language impaired.
Gray---Communicating to help those who are
geographically hindered. (Loners and the
Black/White---sending a note or card to an
AA member that is homebound or in the
hospital. (You can also call or visit)