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Memo (by THE EDITORS)
To: Group SecretariesProgram Chairman How are you going to observe "Tradition Week" in your group? There is no precedent. You're going to be setting...
We Come of Age (by Bill W.)
ON AAs 15th Anniversary everybody knew that we had grown up. There couldn't be any doubt about it. Members, families and friends--seven thousand of...
Tradition Week (by E.C.H.)
This is the way we observed Tradition Week last year. Upon receipt of the announcement from General Service Headquarters, we appointed a chairman,...
Tradition Week (by J.B.)
Our Tradition meeting was held on Thanksgiving Day. We assigned one Tradition to each of 12 members. We gave them enough advance notice to acquaint...
Closed Meeting
INSTEAD of the usual Closed Meeting in this Grapevine issue, we are listing the seven most popular types of Closed Meetings conducted by AA groups,...
PO Box 1980 (by Steve R.)
Last Monday night we closed the Bonn International meeting.
All Is Right With the World (by Jacqueline R.)
I count my sobriety from January 13, 1992. I stopped drinking in November 1983, but continued to use other substances until that date. I believe my...
BLISTERING dry (by Patrick H.)
In the beginning, I did not know I was alcoholic. I didn't know anything about alcoholism. But I did know that I was a humiliation and a disgrace. I...
Tradition 7: A Divorce with Dignity (by Connie E.)
Nearly twelve years ago, on a hot July night, I crawled into my home group meeting. I was almost three years sober and in the middle of a divorce. I...