Website Review: Pagan Web Information Center(http://uk.msnusers.com/PaganWebInformationCenter/)
With a little over 50 different categories of information to explore, the PAGAN WEB INFORMATION CENTER is a great resource or reference site to keep book marked. The PAGAN WEB INFORMATION CENTER is actually a MSN Group that contains all your usual group functions like message posting, chat, a calendar, etc. However, this site also contains extensive informational sections. Informational topic links range from "Amulets & Stones" and "Divination Symbols" to "Vampyres" and "Voodoo." The site also contains several sections of information on pagan deities and an extensive craft dictionary. The thing that really sets this MSN Group apart for others is it large quantity of information that covers a spectrum of topics related to paganism. So even if you're not ready to join an online group, this site holds lots of valuable information and is a great resource.
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Muddy River Grove is a networking and festival group for Pagan religions in Southeast Missouri. It was established in July 2002. We are a member of Southeast Missouri State University?s Association of campus Ministries. Muddy River Grove offers twice monthly discussion group, Pagans Night Out social events, and the Eight Grove Festivals. All events are family friendly. Please no blades, pets, unauthorized photos, drugs or alcohol.
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"Butterscotch Thingies" aka Haystacks
1 Bag of Butterscotch Chips
Melt butterscotch chips over low heat until smooth. Slowly mix in Chow Mien Noodles so that all the Chow Mien Noodles are evenly covered with a thin layer of butterscotch. Drop spoonfuls on to wax paper or baker's paper to cool.
*Note: Chocolate, peanut butter, or white chocolate chips can be substituted in place of butterscotch.