Hello Humanists and Friends, just a quick note from the Humanist Association:
We have some new developments in our schedule and some big news! We apologize for the recent radio silence, we have been in the midst of an ambitious overhaul.
1. After searching for a great webdesigner, we have found one, and sdhumanist.org
will receive its long overdue overhawl. Look that within the next few weeks. It is going to be interactive, and be the best damned Free Thought site in San Diego!
2. We now have an Executive Director and Volunteer Coordinator. Please Welcome Jennifer Brauer and Andrew Clement to their new posts.
Jennifer has posted her first meeting, a nice and easy ADA accessible walk this Saturday (9/5/09) at 11 am in Balboa Park (6th & Upas).
3. The Prometheus players have a new production that we know that you will love
4. We have a terrific speaker coming in from Kansas
5. We have enjoyed our Athletic events and would love for you to participate: the current interest is snorkeling every Sunday at La Jolla Cove at noon.
6. We are having a bit of an organizational turnover as we expand to pave the way for our new project. It is the biggest, most ambitious, Free Thought Community Project in years- and we will reveal the details as we launch it at our December annual membership meeting.
7. We are working with the American Humanist Association to promote a new Survey developed by Jennifer Brauer, come Saturday night to find out more about it!
8. There has been some requests for a book club, and a return of Secular Sunday School. If you are interested, please let us know.
9. We will be launching the groundwork for an upcoming Regional Conference for March 2010.
10. There are some upcoming meetings with national secular organizations coming to town and we will keep you apprised.
Coffee & Conversation will be moving to Saturdays (Coco's 2644 El Cajon Blvd)
It's the same Coffee & Conversation that you know and love; but in a new location! We have been wanting to move back to Saturday nights since our unexpected switch at Liberatalia. We still like Libertalia, but we like Saturday Nights. Join us this Saturday (9/5/09) 7 p.m. @Coco's. The other night several of us were having dinner there and discovered their back room. Unfortunately they are free every Saturday but the third one monthly (the same weekend as our monthly meeting); that night we will be enjoying the upscale atmosphere of the San Diego Wine and Culinary Society. It's hip, reasonably priced
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