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Grapevine : September 2011
and provide a written report for those who wanted more information. My group passed a second bas- ket, and sent me to the Pacific Re- gion Alcoholics Anonymous Service Assembly (PRAASA). It was there I had a spiritual experience that changed my understanding of and love for Alcoholics Anonymous. There were about 1,200 people at- tending. But I also felt the presence of those who had gone on to the "Big Meeting in the Sky." It was crowded in that meeting hall, so I moved out to the hallway. It was crowded in the hallway, so I moved to the ho- tel lobby. I couldn't get away from the feeling that the place was jam- packed with members of Alcoholics Anonymous, past and present. I sat in the lobby and surrendered to the fact that everyone was there to try to take care of Alcoholics Anony- mous as best we could. I'm glad someone else took care of AA while I was off doing my own thing. I'm also glad to be of service. Af- ter being a GSR, I was elected district committee member in Panel 57. Cur- rently, I serve as our area treasurer. Area elections are coming up in November. My plan is to read all the job descriptions before the elec- tions assembly---twice---and ask my Higher Power what to do next, if anything. Then, at the elections as- sembly, I'll try to follow HP's lead, as best as possible. Coleen A. Maui, Hawaii aagrapevine.org 53