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Treasurer Island (by Dean M.)
February 28, 1994 was a really enjoyable day. Bright sunshine and relatively mild temperatures were a welcome change of pace from a winter that was...
The View from Here: - Each Month a Group of Past Delegates to the General Service Conference Will Talk About the Traditions (by Jim K.)
Tradition Two: For our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority--a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience. Our leaders...
PO Box 1980 (by Kenny K.)
I'm a very grateful alcoholic who's fourteen years old. I came into the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous on the night of November 20, had lots of...
No Longer Alone (by Gail M.)
I started attending AA meetings in January 1973. My last drink was New Year's Eve 1972. At this time my husband also stopped drinking and came to AA...
What We Were Like
AA members in the metropolitan New York area are mighty proud of their Intergroup Association. Since 1946, when it was created in its present form,...
Flying Blind (by Gary K.)
After moving to this area ten years ago, I looked for a group to be a part of. I attended a meeting at a new "club" that was called an AA meeting....
Unity Seldom Means That We All Agree (by Mickey H.)
That night I left my home group business meeting in tears, after what I saw as a bitter quarrel. I was surprised to realize that what I was feeling...
Vital Signs (by Robbie S.)
Today I'm a member of the Flathead Valley Serenity Group in Whitefish, Montana, one of the two best home groups in the world. In early sobriety, I...
PO Box 1980 (by E.S.)
Taking inventory on my participation in my home group reveals assets and liabilities. I ponder these questions: 1) Am I attuned to the newcomer...
Held in Trust (by Theresa S.)
At a meeting I frequently attended in my old home town, I heard a member share from his heart that whenever he neglected to be humble he was nearly...