I live in The Villages, Florida, a beautiful active senior ("old folks") community with the largest concentration of RWNJs and religious whackos in the U.S. But, other than that, they're nice people.
I live in Ft. Collins, Colorado :) I like it here. College town and right next to the mountains!
Dunbar, West Virginia in the US of A. Family's been in these hills going on 400 years now.
Ain't that a rare breed?
Yeah, Yountville here. There are others; maybe we can arrange a meet.
I'm in Napa and would really like to start a group in N.V. email@example.com
Here, a list of all Atheist groups in California.
Atheists and Other Freethinkers of Sacaramento
Atheist Coalition of San Diego
Atheists of North San Diego County
Atheists of Silicon Valley
Atheists United, San Luis Obispo
Atheists United, Southern California
Bay Area Skeptics
Los Angeles Black Skeptics Group
CFI Los Angeles
Contra Costa Atheists and Freethinkers
East Bay Atheists
East Bay Skeptics Society
Fellowship of Humanity
Freethinkers of Ventura County
Humanist Association of Los Angeles
Humanist Association of Sacramento
Humanist Association of San Diego
Humanist Community in Silicon Valley
Humanists of the San Joaquin Valley
Humanist Society of Santa Barbara
San Francisco Atheists
Yuba-Sutter Atheist Society, Yuba City
Broadwater, Nebraska (in the Panhandle). My wife and I are both openly atheists.
My wife is the Library Director, I am on the village board (city council). Religion was not an issue when we became active in the village after moving here two years ago. When I was elected, the board chairman noted I was the least divisive of the five candidates standing for the seat.
Myrtle Beach Humanists & Freethinkers
Myrtle Beach South Carolina (Yep THAT South Carolina) We are a science heavy group that resides in the heart of the state that regularly tests the lowest in math & science skills in the country. Yay!!! :)
Cascade, Virginia (wherever that is, right?) lol
Aaron, welcome to A/N.
VA is a lovely state to visit, especially the Appalachians, but I don't understand why a state that throughout its history gave the nation so many talented people elected graduates of Liberty U. to high public office.