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Grapevine : September 2011
One a ernoon in December of 1998, I entered a Midtown hotel in New York City where a General Service Board weekend was un- derway. Wearing a jacket and tie, I was brought to a room for an interview with a Class B (alcoholic) trustee, in the presence of a General Service Of- fice sta member, for the position of non-trustee Protecting us from ourselves An ex-committee member learns how our structure is maintained to ensure Twelve-Step work is always available Tradition Nine: A. A., as such, ought never be organized; but we may create service boards or committees directly responsible to those they serve. Traditions