Read the May Issue

This month, AA members share experiences of finding their place in AA.

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The Grapevine, "your meeting in print" is also your meeting on the Web. Why not share? We're always accepting submissions of art or text, and you need no prior publishing experience. All it takes is a little willingness and a desire to share.

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Calendar of Events

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Want to share the details of your event with the greater AA community? Post to our calendar the date, place, time and other information about your conference, roundup, convention, campout or other AA function.

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New from Grapevine

Our Twelve Traditions

In this collection of stories from AA Grapevine, members write about their experience with the core principles contained in AA's Twelve Traditions. Born of the trial-and-error experience of the Fellowship's earliest years, the Twelve Traditions provide the spiritual-and practical-underpinning for AA's ongoing adventure of living and working together. Seen through the eye of individual members, the stories in this book offer groups, as well members,workable
solutions to difficult problems

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Grapevine Representatives are the link between AA Grapevine and the groups. It's a fun way to get involved! All you have to do is announce the latest issue at your meeting, let people know how they can participate by sending in stories, art work, or jokes.

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AA News

General Service Conference

Learn about what happened at the the 66th General Service Conference of Alcoholics Anonymous in April 2016. Read more.

Grapevine Quote

April 27

“We cannot just keep chipping away at defects of character without developing something to replace them. Assets are the only item I can find to develop, and the Fourth Step seems to be the ideal way of monitoring where I am at with both assets and defects.”

Lincoln, Neb., November 1979
“Taking Stock,”
Step By Step


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