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Message from our Membership Committee Chair, Anita Romanowski

From: Jennifer W.
Sent on: Friday, July 12, 2013 4:29 PM

Hi All. You may not be aware that being a member of the Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix (HSGP) Meetup Group does NOT mean that you are actually a member of HSGP. Official membership requires the paying of annual dues. This entitles you to borrow books and DVDs from our Robert G. Ingersoll Library, the right to vote for board members once a year; and provides you with the satisfaction that you're helping to support one of the largest nontheistic communities in Arizona.


HSGP is a growing presence in the greater Phoenix area. We made history in December, 2010 by opening the first member-owned Humanist Community Center in the United States. With over 270 dues-paying members, we are the largest Humanist organization in the Southwest, as well as the largest chapter of the American Humanist Association. As a member you will become an important part of creating the next chapter in our story as a welcoming place for Humanists.

If you share the Humanist philosophy, I invite you to join HSGP's dues-paying membership.

Membership dues help cover the operating expenses involved in running our Community Center and enable us to expand our program offerings. As a member of HSGP, you will have voting privileges during our annual election and throughout the year on important matters that affect our organization. You would also have borrowing privileges from an extensive selection of books and videos from our Robert G. Ingersoll Library. Membership dues levels are available for individuals, couples, students, low-income and lifetime members.

Joining HSGP is fast and easy. Simply visit our website and click on the “join/donate”button.Or, you may pay by check or cash at a meeting or event or mail to HSGP, P.O. Box 15112, Mesa, AZ 85211-3112.

If you'd like to learn more about Humanism as a philosophy, you can browse our site or go to the American Humanist Association website,

Best Regards,

Anita Romanowski

Chair, Membership Committee

Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix

[address removed]

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