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Grapevine : December 2011
56 December 2011 coming in january aLSo LooK For: n The 19th Hole n Trip Delayed n Tolerance is a Two-Way Street In the January issue, read stories about young AAs getting sober and how they did it. Next moNth Survival skills Just how does a bright kid end up homeless by the tracks? I’m too young! She thought that she wasn’t old enough for AA. AAby13Shegrewup fast, but the party ended faster. June 2012: Special Report: Founders’ Day Issue Stories by members about Founders’ Day and Founders’ Day history. July 2012: Annual Prison Issue Members in jails and prisons share their solutions for recovery behind the walls. August 2012: Summer Reading issue Great stories from the AA Grapevine library. September 2012: The Humor Issue AAs love humor—they are not a glum lot. Here they relate their humorous stories, long and short. For the complete editorial calendar, visit www.AAGrapevine.org/contribute. SiSSelK. Submit your Story Young people in recovery GRAPE_56.indd 56 10/31/11 5:44 PM