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Networking with SOU Secular Student Alliance

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Sunday, February 8, 2015 - 4:00pm

At the February 8th (4pm) Salon, SOU Secular Student Alliance members (SSA) will be our guests and we will be focusing on forming an ongoing relationship with them. Len Eisenberg as facilitator will lead a round robin discussion, discussing not only why they joined the SSA but also how they came to acquire their secular world view and how that view affects their interpersonal relationships. In addition, they are looking for a community action volunteer project to become involved with so if you have ideas for that please be willing to present that to them for consideration. This will be a fun salon as we endeavor to infuse some youth into our organization. NOTE THIS WILL BE AT PIONEER HALL.
Len, who resides in Ashland, is a past president of the Jefferson Center and a former international petroleum geologist. He lead the effort to build the Briscoe Geology Park and the Climb through Time geologic climbing wall at ScienceWorks. His current research focuses on unusual flood deposits in the 200-million-year-old Navajo Sandstone of central Utah.