The second ‘A’ in Alcoholics Anonymous is anonymous. So I am going to honor the tradition of that program and I am not going to answer one way or another about membership in that program.
The convention was last held in St. Louis in 1955 and proved to be a historic event for the Alcoholics Anonymous. St. Louis was proud to host this group then and looks forward to welcoming the AA back to St. Louis in 2025. This is a major piece of business that would infuse the St. Louis economy with millions of dollarsMore quotes »
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On June 10—the 78th Anniversary of Alcoholics Anonymous—Page124 Productions Will Screen Nationwide the Acclaimed Documentary about the Founder of A.A., "Bill W."
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