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Anniversary Notes
Two members from a California group came all the way from the coast in a day coach. Originally scheduled for different trains, the station master, on...
Family Groups Have New Post Office Box
SINCE experience has proved that the AA Program is a way of life which can be as helpful to the non-alcoholic as to the alcoholic, there are now 87...
Family Groups Have New Post Office Box
SINCE experience has proved that the AA Program is a way of life which can be as helpful to the non-alcoholic as to the alcoholic, there are now 87...
Kitty" Passes On
KATHARINE SWENTZEL, a pioneer member of the Grapevine staff, died on May 1, 1958. Her truly dedicated service to the Grapevine's circulation...
Our Fifteenth Anniversary (by THE EDITORS)
NEXT MONTH the Grapevine will be fifteen years old. To celebrate 180 months of unbroken publication, we asked ex-Editor Al S. to act as Editor of the...
Convention Vignettes (by H. R.)
I'm so full of gratitude, I want to share some of my Denver highlights with you. I was "walking four feet off the floor all weekend," as one of the...
Recovery--Italian Style (by Roberto C.)
While AA celebrated its fifty-fifth anniversary in the United States, Italian AA commemorated its sixteenth. In fact, Italian AA first made an...
See You Next Time. . . In Toronto
Save the dates: AA will celebrate its 70th Anniversary in Toronto, Canada, June 30-July 3, 2005. Set on the shores of Lake Ontario, AA's next...
Twentieth World Service Meeting Held in New York City
Fifty-nine delegates representing forty-one countries met in New York City in October for AA's twentieth World Service Meeting, hosted by the General...
EDITOR'S NOTE (by THE EDITOR)
November's Grapevine is, by tradition, our classic issue. Featuring some of the best stories published in the magazine over the last 65 years, it...