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Grapevine : August 2010
60 AUGUST 2010 AAs who can't hear or see, or have other disabilities, use the program when life gets hard. COMING IN SEPTEMBER ALSO LOOK FOR: n Some miracle! n Serenity garden n Why are we chanting? How did you work a particular Step? What does a Tradition mean to you as part of your program or in your personal life? Grapevine is seeking members' stories on the Steps and Traditions. Personal stories, stories about emotional sobriety, sponsorship, the home group, service or what's on your mind are also always welcome. See www.aagrapevine.org for more topics and guidelines. Email submissions to gveditorial@ aagrapevine.org, or mail to Grape- vine, 475 Riverside Drive, New York, NY 10115. CALL FOR ARTICLES ON THE STEPS AND TRADITIONS NEXT MONTH The sounds of silence Dealing with major hearing loss challenges an AA member My Excuse Drinking improves an AA's cerebral palsy before he crosses the line into alcoholism Special Needs I didn't understand A young AA with a learning disability stays sober through service and the Steps