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Grapevine : July 2011
gest. By far, most requests are people who "think they might have a drink- ing problem." We also get requests from Al-Anons, which we refer to our sister organization. Quite a few emails come in from current mem- bers just looking for a meeting in an area they are visiting or relocating to. This work has been such a boon to my own sobriety. The members of the committee are a blast to work with. We hail from nine countries around the world, each with our own diverse background, most cer- tainly people who would not have normally mixed. Occasionally, we hear back from someone who had written in to the committee seeking help. To hear they are making meetings and doing well is very heart warming. In the end, like any other meth- od of carrying the message, we write back, share our experience, strength and hope and provide the informa- tion they need to find a solution to alcoholism ... the rest is up to them and God. I am grateful I found Alcohol- ics Anonymous and I'm also grateful I found the Steppers, as they have brought so much joy into my life. Randy D. Queensland, Australia We hail from nine countries around the world. aagrapevine.org 47