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Nashville Secularist Assembly Meeting at Bilingual Cafe

April 7, 2013 from 1pm to 3pm
The first Sunday of every month we gather for a potluck and to socialize. There will be a place for the kids to play, so bring them along. (bring some games or something to keep them occupied).If you can't cook, bring a bag of chips. If you don't have time to stop for a bag of chips, then just show up. Hope to see you there.Here are detailed directions: 260 West Main Street, Hendersonville, TN.At the City Square shopping center between Maple Street and Old Shackle Island Road - across the…See More
Apr 7, 2013
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Atheist
Age
41-46
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Married
The religion you left
Was never a part of one
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