By Steve Petersen
Our long tradition of helping beautify our highways and getting public recognition for atheism (in the form of a road sign informing motorists that this stretch of highway is maintained by Minnesota Atheists) continues.
Read more: Highway Cleanup and Lunch
Atheist volunteers from Minnesota Atheists did it again. They cooked a genuine gourmet meal at the Family Place shelter in St. Paul as they do every third Saturday of each month.
Read more: Atheist Volunteers Serving Our Community
The Minnesota Atheists continued our tradition of participating in Twin Cities Pride again this year. Several LGBTQ supporting atheists marched in the parade and hosted a booth in Loring Park in Minneapolis last month. If pictures are worth a thousand words, enjoy “reading” these:
Read more: Minnesota Atheists at Twin Cities Pride
Here are three letters to the editor from the St. Paul Pioneer Press about our atheist-sponsored baseball game where the St. Paul Saints were re-branded to the Mr. Paul Aints.
7/16/14: I went to a Saints game on a date night with my wife on July 11 ("A night of 'unbelievable' fun," July 10). Imagine my surprise to learn that the Saints made a huge blunder by aligning with the Minnesota Atheists for the day.
Read more: Local Response to Atheist Sponsored St. Paul Saints Game
By Eric Jayne
Baseball history was made in Minnesota on July 11, 2014! That’s when the first ever win was recorded by an atheist-sponsored professional baseball team. It happened at Midway Stadium in St. Paul just four days before the Major League Baseball All-Star game took place in that other city (Minneapolis) across the river.
Read more: Atheist Baseball Team Wins and Makes History in Minnesota