Hello everyone. I am aware that there is a Burlington group that gets together but that is a little out of the way for myself (don't drive). Anyone in the southern Vermont area interested in starting a group? I certainly am. Appreciate it :)
We weren't so much a Burlington group as we met in Burlington twice. It looks like we'll be meeting in Middlebury next.
Have you had a chance to look at all the profiles of everyone on Nexus who lives in your area? If you have the time, and inclination, you might drop them a line. Some people don't check Skeptical Vermont, but may get email.
If I hear of anyone in your neighborhood who is interested in a group, I'll pass them on.
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