SHoWLE kicked off our programing year with a speaker who gave us ideas on how to be a trans ally. We visited the Adams Street Cafe’ and in October we will be discussing Humanism and Politics. Continue reading “Fall Is A Time For Growth At SHoWLE”
Secular Humanists of Western Lake Erie(SHoWLE) plans to have many activities that don’t fit into the classic general meeting format. Doug Berger, SHoWLE President, started off the non-meeting programing by hosting a lunch get together at a local restaurant.
The first Humanist Nooner, as it is called, took place at the Panera Bread in Maumee. Even though only four people showed up, Doug considers it a success.
“Even if one person shows up I would mark it as a win,” Doug said. “You can’t start something from scratch and expect a hundred people to show up. I knew that when starting up SHoWLE itself.”
Those that attended were happy with the good service and the conversation included politics, religion, and why Sylvania Township hates TARTA.
Doug will host these lunches each month on the 3rd Wednesday. He is open to suggestions for the next location to check out.
If you want to host your own event, use our contact form to send a message to Doug. The more events there are the better for the group.