Are You Interested in Joining HCCO’s Board of Directors?

This Saturday is our Annual All Members Meeting. It’s at this meeting that the current Board provides the community with a recap of the year to date, highlighting wins and opportunities for growth or improvement moving forward. This meeting is also the perfect time for members of the community to make their voices heard both literally by speaking up on things that are important to them as well as with their votes by electing or re-electing the members to the Board.

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2018 Summer Picnic Recap

This past weekend was our annual summer picnic. We had between 45-50 people attend, shared a delicious potluck meal together, had lots of great conversation, raised $150 for the Mid-Ohio Foodbank, and put on our very first pie contest. In this post I thought I’d share some highlights and thank those that made it all possible.

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The Community Report for April 2018

Welcome to the April 2018 Community Report for The Humanist Community of Central Ohio. This report–which is a collaborative effort of the board and other volunteers–is meant to share vital metrics of our organization’s health, direction, and progress.

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The Community Report for January 2018

Welcome to the January 2018 Community Report for The Humanist Community of Central Ohio. This report–which is a collaborative effort of the board and other volunteers–is meant to share vital metrics of our organization’s health, direction, and progress on a month by month basis.

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Welcome to the New HCCO Website

We are excited to launch the brand new website for the Humanist Community of Central Ohio. The last time we had a major update to the website was 2011, so a facelift was long overdue. However, it’s the technology underneath the surface that we hope will help us better achieve our mission of providing a supportive local community for humanists and other nontheists in the Central Ohio area.

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The Heart in Humanism

In middle school, a friend and I were trying to decide how much we knew. We didn’t think we knew everything, but we figured we knew at least 90% of everything. We also felt sure about how parents, teachers, and administrators should be doing their jobs…

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