Monday, February 27, 2012

Cleaning up after the committee meeting...

Trash left behind by Chris Young's cronies... cleaned up by Humanists of RI. 
After the big meeting of the Cranston School Committee meeting, the one in which they decided against appealing the judge's ruling telling them to take down the banner, supporters of the appeal apparently felt it was okay to simply toss their trash on the floor of the auditorium and leave.

Fortunately, Tangie, Adam and other members of the Humanists of Rhode Island were on site to pick up the mess.

That's us, cleaning up messes, Constitutional or otherwise.

Providence Journal on the Humanists of Rhode Island Adopt-a Highway

The Providence Journal reports on our Adopt-a-Highway.

What's happening Feb. 26

February 26, 2012 6:00 am
By Maria Armental
* At 10 a.m., the Humanists of Rhode Island will sponsor an Adopt-A-Highway cleanup at the corner of Park Avenue and Reservoir Avenue in Cranston. The group, which had supported a Cranston youth who successfully challenged a prayer banner display at Cranston West, said it adopted a spot in Cranston to demonstrate its values "to a community that may have a very polarized view of Humanism and what we stand for."