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The GrapeVine Committee
Here's what's new:
•Gift subscriptions: Buy 2 for $42
•FREE standard shipping from 11/28-12/12
•Ebooks are coming! Our first ebook will be available in December.
To learn more, take a look around. You can also download the entire Grapevine Newsletter here http://www.aagrapevine.org/sites/fileup ... Letter.pdf
The great news is that our online subscriptions continue to grow, but we still need your help. Please tell your friends!
Note: Grapevine and La Viña are working with USPS to correct issue delivery problems in California.
•FREE Standard Shipping will be available from 11/28-12/12 at the aagrapevine.org Store (See page 2 for all the details).
•eBooks are coming! Our first eBook will be available in December.
•Grapevine's Gift subscriptions offer 2 gift subscriptions for only $42 is back.
•Grapevine and La Vina are working with the USPS to correct issue delivery problems in California – please stay tuned.
"As in no other season we of AA gratefully reflect upon that miracle of rebirth and regeneration which has befallen us…."
Bill W., 1951
"Un-crazy" Holidays is the theme of the December issue.
Grapevine offers stories in its holiday issue that deal with handling the holidays sanely. In this issue a newcomer gets through her first holiday party sober while another beginner's story represents the serendipity of service in meetings with even newer members. The December issue also features stories of hope under the toughest of conditions such as that of a jailed mother's sobriety and her AA service while in prison.