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Service above the group level was never in my plans, but as I write this, I am the treasurer for my region. Thanks to my region-level service, I am about 30 pounds (14 kg) lighter! After twelve years of recovery and maintaining a 40-pound (18-kg) weight loss, I thought my weight-loss days were over, and I was comfortable with that. But I guess the God of my understanding wanted more, both for me and from me. About five years ago, I found my way to an emergency intergroup meeting. Our intergroup board was concerned that the same few people had

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