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What is Intergroup (IG)?

Tulsa Green Country Intergroup is a local OA service board established and supported by OA groups and members to help carry the OA message within the Tulsa Green Country area.  Intergroup meets on the second Saturday of each month from 9:45 am to roughly 10:45 am. Any OA member may attend, listen, and give input; however, only board members, committee chairs, and group representatives may vote. The Zoom link is the same as the 8:30am Saturday meeting link.

2021-2023 Intergroup Board Members
ChairSally D.
Vice ChairKimberly M.
SecretaryJennifer A.
TreasurerCarrie K.
Rep/ DelegateLinda K.
Alt. Delegate
2021-2023 Committee Chairs
LiteratureDee D.
Communication and TechnologyWhitney L.
Young People
12 Step WithinNickie P.
Public InformationNancy V.
Fall Retreat
OA Birthday
Unity Day
Idea Day
Spring Retreat

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