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We Know You Hate Questionnaires, But. . .
With circulation falling and changes going on all the time within the Fellowship, we thought it might be time to ask our readers what they think...
Treatment Facilities Newsletter
Established by a 1988 General Service Conference action, this newsletter is currently published twice a year by the General Service Office and shares...
Around AA
From April 18 to 23, 1993, members of the 43rd U.S./Canada General Service Conference met in the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza. New York City, to do the...
Around AA
If it's possible for a nonalcoholic to be an AA "retread," that description fits W.J. (Jim) Estelle, who began a four-year term as chair of AA's...
The Vine Line
Q. What is the largest donation an individual AA member can make to the General Service Office? A. The limit that GSO can accept from any one...
A Matter of Logistics
This question is asked perhaps more often than any other about the Grapevine. Add another question to the mix--Is the Grapevine AA literature?--and...
Sidebar
Q: What do contributions to GSO cover?
What will it look like?
We recently got some e-mail from Gary J. in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania. He said, "I thought I'd write to express my views on the proposed Spanish...
The View from Here: - Each Month a Group of Past Delegates to the General Service Conference Will Talk About the Traditions (by Ralph Z.)
Tradition Seven: Every AA group ought to be fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions. When the first AA group was established in our...
Around AA
Agenda--that the theme for the 1997 General Service Conference be "Spirituality--Our Foundation." Correctional Facilities--that a one-page newsletter...