The outspoken and sometimes outrageous editor-publisher of "The Clay Communicator," Andy Waddell will be recognized for his position on the separation of church and state at the 2001 Bill of Rights Dinner in Charleston on December 1.

The annual event is sponsored by the American Civil Liberties Union and will feature keynote speaker Lynn Sherr, correspondent for ABC's 20/20.

Waddell has fought for the separation of church and state in Clay County, West Virginia after county and school officials made efforts to display the Ten Commandments and use other religious material within their systems. He instituted a lawsuit over the separation issue which was styled "Waddell v. Clay County Commission," and won.

Waddell's "Communicator" is published hard-copy, but may be found excerpted on the net. See LINKS on Hur Herald.

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