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A (Virtual) Place to Serve

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I love service! I do! One of the things I love most is helping people make new connections. In 2016, the World Service Business Conference made changes to OA’s Statement on Public Media, allowing us to carry the message in new places and spaces around the world, and I jumped in with both feet by creating not one, but two informational social media pages. This service has had some challenging moments, but more than that, it has been a wonderful experience to have front-row seats in this new adventure. The initial concerns expressed by others were focused on how much

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