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Intergroup Involvement

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Before I got involved in service at the intergroup level, I hadn’t given a lot of thought to intergroups and what they do. Now, I see all the services they provide and what we would miss if we lost our intergroup. Our web page, telephone answering service, meeting lists, equipment, speakers list, Fellowship-wide celebrations like IDEA Day, communications with region and with world service, professional outreach and public information efforts—these are just a few things that could go away if our intergroup dissolved. So when I was elected chair of our intergroup, my first priority was to do no harm. I

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