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Humanists ... want to make a difference in the community

Gary H
North Hollywood, CA
Post #: 365

Humanists of Linn County want to make a difference in the community they value
'We want people to know you can do good without God'

By Molly Rossiter, correspondent
Jul 23, 2016

A large group gathers for coffee and breakfast once a week — usually on Saturdays at the Blue Strawberry in downtown Cedar Rapids, but at alternate times and in different locations during Farmer’s Market season when the area is too busy. Its members discuss politics, national and global issues, current events and how they can come together to help. Their membership is roughly 190, though only about a dozen or two turn out for the weekly coffees.

Their discussion always — without fail — turns to giving and serving their community. ...


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