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AA Begins at Home (by M. C.)
In April eighty-seven General Service Delegates representing AA's thousands of groups in the United States and Canada gather in New York for the...
Hide the Bottle (by M. U.)
IT all began with an innocent little prune-juice bottle --my research, that is --research on hidden bottles. A woman member told me how she hid her '...
Hide the Bottle (by M. U.)
IT all began with an innocent little prune-juice bottle --my research, that is --research on hidden bottles. A woman member told me how she hid her '...
The Stranger (by Anon.)
I LEFT my home in California the first of last June to travel around the United States. I planned to spend five months visiting friends and relatives...
Carrying the Message (by J. D. T.)
The mere fact of going on leave brings home to me very forcibly the many blessings that I have received since crossing the threshold of my first AA...
New AA, Al-Anon, publications introduced at the Convention
Speakers plead: Don't let success make AA complacent Two major thoughts stood out in the remarks of the many speakers, alcoholic and nonalcoholic, at...
Carrying the Message (by D. B.)
Reading the February, '66 "Carrying the Message" has triggered me to write my first letter after many years of reading and using the Grapevine. The...
My Name Is Annabelle (by Annabelle F.)
EVEN now, a few years later, I remember the words "cunning, baffling, powerful." Every time I walked into the clubroom, still sick and in a fog, one...
PLEASE NOTE (by B. D.)
Recently I received a letter with some badly needed AA literature from my uncle, Warren D., who has been on the program eleven years. In the...
Carrying the Message (by D. C.)
When I looked for AA in 1956 it was not difficult for me to find a door open. There were many meetings for the newcomer to explore. Often I heard the...