What can I say but it just gets better and
better. It was a Grand time at the 6th Annual Archives Workshop held in Louisville
Kentucky. The weekend was perfect. A ride down to the Ohio River made for a good break on
The workshop was well planned and executed. I didn't see any body in a hurry, didn't
notice any last minute Crisis. Can you imagine a bunch of Alcoholics that organized and
executed a workshop of this size without any hitches.
Well this was my observation and I'm sure that there was a lot that I didn't see. Thanks
too all that had part in seeing that this was well organized and orchestrated. Many hours
of Love and
4th Quarter Assembly
Special points of interest:
How Do You Know Where To Go If You Don't Know
Where You've Been?
Sponsee: Why God, Why God
God: Its not you're Why, it's My Why, That's Why
"Each Group has but one primary purpose- to carry its message to the alcoholic who
Who is supposed to see that the
Old-Timers introduction to Alcoholics Anonymous is recorded and Archived in your
Groups or District's Repository?
How are we to keep the record straight without the early mem
bers stories? It has been very rewarding
for me personally to seek out some of the Long-Timers in my area and inquire if they would
be willing to sit in reflection for approximately one hour and tell me of
their first contact with AA. We have
Guidelines that prompt us to ask leading
questions that really make it easy. I've been turned down only once. It seems that they
understand the importance of Keeping the Record Straight. Make it a point to get all your
Area Long-Timers on Tape Soon.