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post #31 of 35
Hi!

Just curious. Does anyone belong to local groups for community service, humanist groups, etc. I haven't found one in my area. I would have to travel more than an hour to get to one. I do lots of community-related activities, but there isn't a specific secular group where I live.

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Off the grid since 1998. Wife to a wonderful DH of 13 years, Mom to a fantastic 10 year old son, 6 ducks, and 29 chickens. Partridge Rocks, Dominiques, Rose Comb Brown Leghorns, EE's, Welsummer, Delawares, Speckled Sussex, and some mutts. I have also raised meat chickens and turkeys.


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post #32 of 35

https://www.secularhumanism.org/index.php/locations/

 

:-)

post #33 of 35
Thanks. But the closest one to me is in Canada. It's over an hour away. The next closet is 2.5 hours drive, and then after that it's a 5 hr drive. :-/
Edited by off-grid hen - 4/26/15 at 5:39pm
Off the grid since 1998. Wife to a wonderful DH of 13 years, Mom to a fantastic 10 year old son, 6 ducks, and 29 chickens. Partridge Rocks, Dominiques, Rose Comb Brown Leghorns, EE's, Welsummer, Delawares, Speckled Sussex, and some mutts. I have also raised meat chickens and turkeys.


My coop build thread
http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/499098/woods-on-wheels-update-added-more-photos
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Off the grid since 1998. Wife to a wonderful DH of 13 years, Mom to a fantastic 10 year old son, 6 ducks, and 29 chickens. Partridge Rocks, Dominiques, Rose Comb Brown Leghorns, EE's, Welsummer, Delawares, Speckled Sussex, and some mutts. I have also raised meat chickens and turkeys.


My coop build thread
http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/499098/woods-on-wheels-update-added-more-photos
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post #34 of 35

Perhaps you could simply investigate secular charities in your area, or look into community-based groups with some form of government tie-in, since they can't be based on religion.

:-)

post #35 of 35

Hey anyone still around? I know i'm a year too late lol


Edited by Athaid - 5/2/16 at 11:30am
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