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This month’s special section is Young & Sober featuring stories from members who got sober in their teens, 20’s and 30’s.

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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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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

AA in the Military

AA in the Military is a collection of stories, previously published in Grapevine, by members of Alcoholics Anonymous who have served in the military. The book begins with letters from the troops during World War II, when Grapevine first became a vital tool in keeping soldiers sober and connected to AA. The chapters that follow are filled with stories of experience, strength and hope—by both men and women—who served their country on land, sea and air. These personal accounts illustrate the challenges alcoholics in uniform encounter, often under difficult circumstances, far from loved ones. The book concludes with a powerful selection of stories by our sober veteran members, titled “Coming Home."

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The Carry The Message Project focuses on getting Grapevine and La Viña subscriptions to alcoholics in need. It's not necessary to know the recipient. Sponsor a subscription for someone behind bars, in a treatment facility, nursing home, or that is homebound.  

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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, artwork, or jokes.

It's easy to get started. Simply let your homegroup know that you are interested. Register with us online and you will receive a complete information kit from the Grapevine office.

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Grapevine Daily Quote

August 18

“An old-timer spoke about the danger of becoming complacent and explained the need for the Steps in her life. ‘The way I see it,’ she said, ‘I might have gotten the monkey off my back, but the circus is still in town.’”

 

                                                                         “Ham on Wry,” New York, New York, September 2005, AA Grapevine

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