Posted on January 12, 2022 by PJ SlingerFFRF solstice signs gallery FFRF’s displays were put up in San Diego’s Balboa Park again, thanks to a local activist. However, the display was vandalized, with Lady Liberty’s head being chopped off and a slash cut through the word “Reason” in the “Let Reason Prevail” sign. FFRF Metropolitan Chicago Chapter Members (from left) John Baldwin, Brian McCaskill, Rich Pope, Bob Hunter, Shane Stapley and Steve Foulkes show off its new banner in Daley Plaza. The banner was designed by FFRF’s Jake Swenson and the stand was fabricated by Stapley. Foulkes also set up of the FFRF Bill of Rights nativity display at Cook Memorial Park in Libertyville, Ill. The display counters a life-sized Christian nativity. FFRF’s Arizona Valley of the Sun Chapter President Philip Lentz and other chapter members brought FFRF’s seasonal Winter Solstice display to the Arizona Capitol for the first time. FFRF’s secular sign is back in the Milwaukee County Courthouse for the season with the help of member Ted Shellhamer and his son. For the fifth year in a row, FFRF’s Bill of Rights nativity display has been installed in the Iowa Capitol. FFRF thanks Member Paul Novak, an FFRF State Representative, for putting up the exhibit. FFRFMCC Members Bob Hunter, Shane Stapley and Josh Ticho (pictured), along with President Tom Cara, set up this new banner, designed by FFRF’s Roger Daleiden, outside the Glenview Village Hall. The lighted Dawkins “A” sign also was moved from Chicago’s Daley Center Plaza to this location, for the first time, . FFRF Member Jerry Bloom, pictured, along with John Levin, helped install FFRF’s “Let Reason Prevail” sign on the Huntington Green in Shelton, Conn. The banner carries FFRF’s message, coined by FFRF’s principal founder Anne Nicol Gaylor. It was composed as an equal-time challenge, following divisiveness over religious displays in governmental places. At North School Park in Arlington Heights, Ill., FFRF Metropolitan Chicago Chapter Board Member Bob Hunter stands with the Bill of Rights nativity display.