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School is Cool

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Every year at this time, I watch the neighborhood kids walk, bike, and skateboard back to school. They’re dressed in the newest styles and carry backpacks filled with colorful notebooks, art supplies, and new books to read. Maybe we can recapture some of that back-to-school feeling and boost our OA recovery program at the same time! With school supplies on sale, it’s a great time to buy a notebook, gel pens, and a new set of colored markers—perfect for writing a Fourth or Tenth Step or a letter for our “God Can.” A backpack is just right for keeping a

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