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Putting First Things First (by W. H.)
At a recent business meeting of my home group, we were discussing the problems of low attendance and an ailing treasury. My mind ran back to other...
Staying Out of the Swamp (by Anonymous)
Time and experience proved that a policy of "no endorsements" would keep AA's doors open to the greatest number of prospective members. There are "...
Around AA
The General Service Conference is the Fellowship's annual business meeting, and the theme, as well as the many agenda items, of the 1992 Conference...
The Anvils of AA Experience (by Anonymous)
"Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our Traditions." Always the Monday-morning quarterback, I often wonder that the last isn't the first of...
Ham on Wry (by Thurmond)
FRANK HAD COME to the business meeting "loaded for bear" and left feeling quite pleased with himself. Group finances were tight and he'd strongly...
Getting Back on Track (by P. G.)
I was told recently about a speaker meeting in our area that was having a hard time making a go of it. The norm in our area has been for struggling...
Working the Mikes (by Hal H.)
Have you ever attended an AA meeting and couldn't hear anything of the discussion following the speaker because of poor acoustics? Such was the case...
Digest of Advisory Actions
New York, New York, April 17-23, 1994 --Every year since 1951, the General Service Conference, AA's annual "business meeting," has come together to...
Parting Ways (by Dick L.)
The day I celebrated my most recent AA anniversary, I dropped out of the group I'd been attending five to six times a week for more than seven years...
PO Box 1980 (by Anonymous)
We reserve the position of Greeter at my home group for newcomers who feel a need or desire to get involved. No one is coerced. We let people know...