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PO Box 1980 (by Naomi D.)
During the 1996 General Service Conference, the Southeast New York Area recommended that a pamphlet be created for the alcoholic who is a nonbeliever...
PO Box 1980 (by Sue L.)
I was very excited to receive the October 1996 issue featuring AA Around the World!
The Sounds of Sobriety
In 1983, at the suggestion of the AA General Service Conference, the Grapevine made a trial tape of selected magazine articles. This trial was so...
Editor's Note (by The Editor)
Dear Reader, To those of you who responded to our Readership Survey in the April issue, thanks! You provided a virtual avalanche of information, and...
Editor's Note (by The Editor)
Dear Reader,
How the GvR Program Began
In the early years of AA, it was mostly up to individual enthusiasts to carry the word about the Grapevine, though there have been Grapevine...
Digest of Advisory Actions
What follows is a sampling of Advisory Actions from the 2000 Conference. The full listing of Advisory Actions can be found in the 2000 Conference...
PO Box 1980 (by Anonymous)
The interview with Dr. Vaillant (May 2001) reminded me how much we in the Fellowship owe to the class a (nonalcoholic) trustees. These seven trustees...
Now Available For AA Grapevine and La Vina Representatives
In the mid-eighties, a great tool for all GvRs and RLVs--the AA Grapevine Workbook--was created at the recommendation of the General Service...
Editor's Note (by The Editor)
Dear Reader, In this program we tell our stories, and at the beginning of every meeting, we recite the Preamble to remind ourselves of why we do: to...