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There is a Reason Rally bus scheduled to leave from Louisville and Lexington. The cost is only $105 from Louisville and $95 from Lexington, but the Secular Student Alliance is providing coupons for 50% off. You do not have to be an SSA member to get the coupon at http://www.secularstudents.org/ReasonRally/BusCoupon. So the cost is only $52.50 or $47.50. After getting the coupon, you need to register for the Louisville bus at http://reasonrally.dcrallybus.com/Travel/From/Louisville or http://reasonrally.dcrallybus.com/Travel/From/Lexington. It is possible that the Louisville and Lexington buses may be combined.
Hey everybody, I’ve just revised the old Ashland group page into an Eastern Kentucky page to try and get some networking started in my area. www.atheistnexus.org/group/east-kentucky-atheists
Check it out and show us some love. Also, we really need a creative logo so if anyone would like to create a one for ether this page or the Eastern page, let me know and I can get it posted.
The Lexington Atheist Meetup Group meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM at Common Grounds Coffee House, 343 E. High St., Lexington, KY. There is meeting there this coming Wednesday Nov. 16.
Link to the group:
I'm very interested! When do they meet?
Congrats and welcome. I live in Lexington. There are a few atheist/secular humanist groups that meet regularly in Lexington if you are interested.
Hi All. Newly Atheist....and lovin' it. I'd really like to chat with anyone in the Frankfort/Lexington Area.
With so much discouraging and disheartening news these days, it’s good to have the following story to share.
SOMERSET, KENTUCKY — Pulaski County has paid $231,662 to cover its share of costs in a legal battle the county lost over attempts to post copies of the Ten Commandments in the courthouse.
It is almost time for the Kentucky State Fair, and the second Kentucky Secular Society State Fair booth! A major theme of our booth is that atheists are normal, decent, good people, and than plenty of us live right here in Kentucky. We are currently looking for short statements from Kentuckians explaining why you are an atheist, freethinkers, humanist, etc (you get the idea) that we can hand out to visitors to our booth. Please keep it to 300 words or less, and specify if you would like your first or last name displayed, email, phone or anything like that. If you would like to be anonymous, that is fine too.
The fair starts on August 18, so please send your story to me as soon as possible if you would like it to be included!
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