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Alcoholism Recovery Program

Newsletter Committee

AA Newsletter

Newsletter Purpose

The EBI newsletter, Intergroup Scoop, is published monthly and is produced
and written by the newsletter committee and EBI members. The primary
purpose of the EBI newsletter is to provide a forum of communication
between EBI and its members.

The newsletter committee plans and creates content, solicits member
stories, and produces the newsletter posts and digital newsletter.

Sign Up for the monthly newsletter

Newsletter Committee

Mary M (Chair), Dan M, Nancy B, Caitlin W

Contribute to the EBI Newsletter—Submit a Story

Submit your story to: newsletter@eastbayaa.org

Topic suggestions:

– How you worked a specific step

– A service position you hold or have held, and how you grew from it

– A favorite slogan and how it’s helped you

– Your experience with sponsorship (either as a sponsee or sponsor)

– Your favorite meeting and why

– Any other topic that relates to alcoholism, sobriety, A.A. or your recovery

EBI Newsletter Submission Guidelines

– Story lengths may be up to (no more than) 500 words.

– We reserve the right to edit for typos, length, grammar, or clarity (though we want to retain your individual “voice” telling the story).

– Your story may be posted on social media sites such as Facebook in Fellowship or similar recovery groups. 

– Stories should be in alignment with AA Traditions.

We look forward to receiving your submission and thank you for your service.

Questions? Email us at newsletter@eastbayaa.org

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“By our Twelve Steps we have recovered, by our Twelve Traditions we have unified, and through our
Third Legacy — Service — we shall carry the AA message down through the corridors of time to come.”
–  AA Co-Founder, Bill W., November 1951

By our Twelve Steps we have recovered, by our Twelve Traditions we have unified, and through our Third Legacy -- Service -- we shall carry the AA message down through the corridors of time to come.