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Greetings from Saguache, Colorado.
I was just looking at our fellow Colorado members and thinking about how the numbers are growing.
My wife and I visit the Springs occasionally and it is interesting how many atheists are there.
Best wishes to you
im Jeric and i am founder of Leaders in Free Thought, an atheist/skeptic group at CSU in in Fort Collins. we are hosting Eugenie Scott in January and i wanted to invited you and anyone else you know who wants to come. (its free).
she works for National Center for Science Education and defends evolution. i put up an event page here on nexus so you can check it out. just look up "Eugenie Scott: Not Over After Dover" and you'll find it. i've also coordinated with some evolution profs here to do a discussion after and then there will be some food. i hope you can come and spread the word.