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Q: Since sponsors are one of the strengths of our program, why is there not a Sponsor Appreciation Day? A: Sponsors give endlessly and deserve their own day of thanks. I agree with you that sponsors are one of the strengths of this program. I can’t work the program without one, and I am very grateful for my sponsor. The creation of a Sponsor Appreciation Day would be a decision made by the group conscience of OA as a whole. Any intergroup can submit a motion to the World Service Business Conference to let the delegates decide. The deadline for

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