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A.A. Newsletter Box 459 Spring 2015 Issue

AA Newsletter Box 459 Spring 2015 - Anonymity and the 2015 International Convention.  News and Notes from G.S.O.  Is a quarterly bulletin from the U.S./Canada General Service Office.  This newsletter includes information about A.A. service, literature, events, sharing from groups, service committees and individual U.S./Canada A.A. members. 
by Co Host | 02/13/2015 | 3 Views | 0 Comments

AA markings - Spring/Summer 2013

Greetings all.   Sharing AA markings - Vol. 32, No.3 - Spring/Summer 2013 - Dr. G. Kirby.  Your Archives Interchange (Newsletter).   Please Pass It On!  Thank you.
by Co Host | 06/14/2013 | 189 Views | 0 Comments

Steve G., Stuart, Florida (2 of 2)

Steve G., Stuart, Florida will be on the show this week to finish the second half of his story.  This week Steve will go in-depth on how the Oxford Group's Seeking Guidance saved a marriage and possibly a life.  Stay tuned for this riveting half-hour as Steve discusses past demonstrations of how seeking guidance is as easy as breathing when we practice it.   Wednesday, January 9th, 2013 - 6:30 PM through 7:00 PM:
by Co Host | 01/06/2013 | 262 Views | 0 Comments

Steve G., Stuart, Florida (1 of 2)

Our very special guest speaker is Mr. Steve G. from Stuart, Florida USA has long-time sobriety and has been using the Oxford Group Quiet Time methods since his early days in AA.  Steve spent countless days on the road with Wally P. giving "Back to Basic" talks all ... More>
by Co Host | 12/05/2012 | 356 Views | 0 Comments


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