The Secular Humanists of the Lowcountry, an organization of atheists, agnostics and other freethinkers in South Carolina's Lowcountry, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Read below to find out more about the party, to get tickets to the private dinner (free for current SHL members), and to find out more about our organization's history.
|.||About the Party |
SHL is holding its anniversary bash at Cypress Gardens on September 20, 2014, and you're invited! The party will feature food, activities, a silent auction, and a forum hosted by the Post & Courier's Adam Parker. Events before 4:00 are free and open to the public. The private dinner celebration, featuring food and music and cake and special guest Michael Newdow, is for ticket holders only. Currently paid members of SHL get complimentary tickets, and additional tickets are available for purchase at a cost of $12 each. All SHL guests get complimentary entrance to Cypress Gardens for the day!
|.||Obtaining Tickets |
Click here to get your tickets for the private dinner celebration at Cypress Gardens. You can pay for tickets online via credit cards or PayPal. (Even members who get complimentary tickets must get tickets.)
This Website for distributing dinner tickets is only open until the deadline of September 13, 2014. So, don't delay. Claim your tickets now.
|.||What are We Celebrating Anyway? |
Since its founding in 1994, SHL has educated people and dispelled myths about the non-theistic viewpoint (for example, by bringing famous atheist speakers to Charleston for our monthly meetings and local events), been involved in social action (raising money for charities and volunteering with local organizations to make the world a better place), and provided a supportive community for non-theistic individuals and families near Charleston (providing fun and educational family activities, social events and clubs, electronic forums for discussion, etc.)
|.||If You Have Questions or Require Technical Assistance |
We hope links above will provide you with all of the information you need (and that they work as advertised). However, if you want to communicate with someone in our organization or are having technical problems, use these e-mail addresses and phone numbers.