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Q. Are there any suggestions on what an intergroup can do to attract participation from the Fellowship? A. Yes. First, let me assure you that yours is not the only intergroup that has challenges with this issue. The good news is that there are a number of ways to stimulate growth in intergroup participation. One way to get started is to do an intergroup inventory. Download and share the Intergroup or Service Board Inventory— it’s at oa.org/documents under “Service Body Support.” Just as the Strong Meeting Checklist can help members adjust their meetings, this Inventory can help your intergroup pinpoint

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