From the May 1993 magazine.

A Collective Effort

The Twelve Traditions were put into place as the result of experience, and the main responsibility we have is to see that they are adhered to, to the best of our ability. This principal responsibility carries with it, of course, many other responsibilities, including service, which covers a vast area.

The Australian service structure follows very closely the United States/Canada structure. We have two service arms: the Central Service arm and the General Service arm; but before we can get anyone interested in either, we must first get members into the Fellowship. We do this by...

-- John B.

Australia

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