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I write this with mixed feelings because by the time this is published, I will have stepped down not only as chair but also from my intergroup. The reason is a positive one: I was elected to another service position as a general service trustee of the OA Board of Trustees. Because of this, I will be doing service at that level. Thinking back, I have attended my intergroup since 1990, and I hated my first meeting! It wasn’t an OA meeting; it was a business meeting with treasurer and secretary reports. But, I wanted to be with other people

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