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I’ve been in OA since December 1982 but did not attend a World Service Convention until 1997. I went to intergroup and Region Six conventions. I chaired local conventions and was a keynote at a regional convention outside of Region Six. Somehow, I didn’t pay much attention to any other events. Each year, I would be asked about going to World Service Convention but decided against it. The World Service Convention in New York City in 1997, however, really changed my outlook. Not being inclined to moderation, I went to as many Convention workshops as possible. I went out to

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