Thank you AAI supporters!

Thanks to generous donations from many AAI members and supporters renovations at the Kasese Humanist Primary School in Uganda are going very well!

AAI received a report from the school today noting that the kitchen and new toilets have been finished, and renovations are underway on a school dormitory so that children can board at the school - beds have been ordered and fencing of the area is in progress.  Also, 20 class desks have been purchased for the new P.7 class.

Ply-woods being fixed as partitions of the rooms. Bwambale Robert, the school Project Director is seen in the photo above supervising the renovations exercise.  

You can see more photos through the school's Flickr account: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ kasesehumanistprimaryschool.

All donations to support the Kasese Humanist Primary School are greatly appreciated!  You can donate through AAI's Directed Donations option here.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What does an atheist do on 25 December?

Well, frankly that's up to you!

Far from the grumpy and miserable sentiments sometimes attributed to atheists at this time of year, we see AAI's members happily celebrating with family and friends.

"It's simple, we celebrate Santa Claus!” 
Barbara

"Open presents, eat, visit family - what humans have been doing for thousands of years to celebrate the return of longer days!”    
Paul [presumably in the northern hemisphere!]

"Isaac Newton, the founder of western civilization, was born Dec 25, 1642. At our house we celebrate "Newtonmass" on Dec 25. In the morning we do optics experiments, in the afternoon we do differentials and integrals, and in the evening we scoff at alchemy and biblical chronology. It makes for an interesting day."
Peter 

Whatever you do or don't do to celebrate the holiday season let us know at info [at] atheistalliance [dot] org!