After winning a U.S. Supreme Court battle to allow religious invocations at monthly board meetings, the town of Greece, N.Y., will open its session July 15 with a greeting by an atheist.

Dan Courtney of nearby Hilton, N.Y., will give the invocation, according to the American Humanist Association’s Humanist Society, which began recruiting nonreligious individuals to perform such duties in the wake of the May 5 decision in Town of Greece v. Galloway.

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