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Corporation Meets
The semi-annual corporation meeting was held at the 24th Street Club House on April 18th, 1944 at 8:00 P.M. Fifty-two members attended (A.A.s who...
Along the Metropolitan Circuit
BROOKLYN BRIEFS. For the summer months, we are holding open meetings on Friday at 8:30 P.M., in the air-cooled Grand Salon of the Hotel St. George,...
Twelfth Step Kid (by A.S.)
WITH Charley, it was love at first sight! He became the group's "12th Step Kid"--hospitalizing 'em, riding herd on 'em afterward--Charley loved it....
--What I Found I Did Not Like-- (by D.A.)
THE article "Twelfth Step Kid" by A. S. in the December issue of The A.A. Grapevine, interested me immensely, especially as it made me see something...
The Tough Nut--He Won't Give in (by A.M.)
WHAT about the man who admits that he cannot now and never could handle his alcohol, and who in the same breath states that he still gets a lift out...
Henshaw's Imp (by F. L. R.)
Henshaw had been dry for six months. Used car sales were up and business was pretty good. He sat slouched deep in the office chair letting his gaze...
AA Midwest (by T.D.)
As I look back now over my years in AA, I know what my trouble was. I was too darn sensitive. Also my pipeline to that Higher Power was full of kinks...
The Non-alcoholics--God Bless 'Em!
A MAJOR spot on the Conference calendar is being reserved for the so-called AA Auxiliaries--or Non-Alcoholics Anonymous. What these unsung heroines...
I Couldn't Put My Finger on It (by T.C.)
I LIKE to relate my experiences in AA as having made a great discovery.
--Every One Hath a Revelation-- (by C.B.)
AROUND Thanksgiving, 1944, while still in the throes of a six week drunk, I asked the friend who had previously brought the book, Alcoholics...