The new Mojave Life Basics school in Edgewood, New Mexico is seeking a Deputy Executive Director.
Looking for a game player!
My mother, Cheri Hall, is the ED of Mojave Life Basics. She needs a deputy who wants to play this very rewarding game with her!
– Be with an on-purpose group to deliver Scientology to children!
– Help create this new game that is starting NOW! We are making available to parents a place where their children can learn Scientology and get the basics for life!
– Additionally you have the added benefit of: a group that pushes you up the Bridge and helps you out, getting to live in the beautiful mountains of New Mexico, country living but only 40 minutes from Albuquerque and our church, clean air, fresh water and a garden! smile emoticon
– Your awesome boss is none other than my mom, Cheri Hall, who is OT VIII, has worked on staff or in APS network nonstop since the late 70s and is magic with kids and teenagers.
Community Learning Center is a Scientology school in Clearwater, Florida that concentrates on providing Study Tech tutoring. Former student and now Tampa Bay Buccaneer Leonard Johnson and other players will participate in a fundraising event for the school on June 14th.
If you are a Bucs fan and/or enjoy helping, this just for you:
On Sunday, June 14, Tampa Bay Buccaneer players Leonard Johnson and Jerry Wunsch are hosting a dinner to expand our summer academic program. They have also invited additional Bucs to the event.
Leonard was a student of Community Learning Center when he was 12 years old, when his tutoring with CLC totally turned him around in school. Earlier this year he and his mother sought out Community Learning Center to express their gratitude for the help he received. Now he is hosting this fundraising dinner along with former Buc Jerry Wunsch who is now coaching high school football. Jerry and his fiancée started the We Believe in Me Foundation which works with 90 high school football players—the boys come from low-income house holds and would be considered at-risk based on their family income and neighborhood. Many of them have been offered full athletic scholarships to colleges but are not able to take the offers due to their academic level. Community Learning Center is providing tutoring to a dozen of these high school athletes—we want to increase the number to 80 over the summer.
The tickets are $50 and will greatly help us help a lot more kids this summer. Please call 727-441-4444 extension 1005 for more information or visit our website at clctutoring.com
Donatus Anyanwu is the Mayor of Lambeth, a district in central London. On Sunday he presented the championship cup to the winners of Scientology’s football tournament sponsored by the Foundation for a Drug Free World.
Drug Free London celebrated the Drug Free London Football Tournament last week with special guests, Mayor of Lambeth and Neil from the London Football Association. We are currently educating Londoners through the love of Sports. During the tournament, we have distributed over 8,000 Truth About Drug Booklets in the borough of Lambeth.
Scientologist Julia Järnerud poses with a runner at the GöteborgsVarvet Half Marathon. She and other members of “I Say No Drugs” distributed literature from the Foundation for a Drug Free World at the race on May 23rd. The race is held every year in Göteborg, Sweden.
Participants in Applied Scholastics Moscow recently dressed up in caps and gowns, set up tables in a public park, and offered to define words for the public from a dictionary, a process known as “word clearing.” Strangely, some visitors to the park appear to have taken them up on the offer. A bowl of toys was provided so participants could demonstrate their understanding of the words in question.
Scientologist Harriet Schock is hosting a concert at Celebrity Centre International in Hollywood, California on June 7th. Non-Scientologist performers include Fran Lucci, MaryJo Mundy, Pat Whiteman, Woman On The Move, Shelley Fisher, Anne Marie Radel. We’re particularly curious who will be performing, but didn’t want their picture on the poster.
Every couple of months I host a showcase at CC in the Pavilion called SNAP (Sunday Night at the Pavilion). It safepoints CC for the mostly non-Scientologist performers and it’s a wonderful show. You can check out some of the past performers on Youtube. Sunday, June 7 at 7PM I’m hosting another one. The flyer below shows the performers except for one man whose picture didn’t get taken at his request. Go figure. But he’s quite good as well. It’s only $5 and it’s an absolutely fabulous show. Please join us.
Schock makes it clear that the purpose of the evening is to “safe point” Celebrity Centre, which is to gain allies and create a favorable impression among non-Scientologists. The term comes from L. Ron Hubbard’s April 1, 1982 policy “The Safe Point”.
The most important action to undertake when going about making a safe point is to carefully and painstakingly find out who exactly are the top dogs in the area in financial and political circles, and their associates and connections, and to what each one is hostile.
A handful of allies with impressive-sounding titles and positions is not enough. Viability depends on having all areas and persons who could affect or influence the operation under PR control. Most important are the groups who survey out to be the key, real powers in an area. These persons may or may not be those who occupy high political or social positions. They may or may not be the titular heads of large economic concerns. Research and survey alone can determine this.
Here is a video of Schock on Youtube in case you can’t make it to the June event:
Scientologist Cary Goulston is raising money for his global travels with a Gofundme page. Goulston promotes a variety of Scientology front groups, such as The Way to Happiness, Foundation for a Drug Free World and Applied Scholastics in developing countries. The page doesn’t mention that his activities are all tied to Scientology social reform organizations. We have been unable to verify that there is a tax exempt organization called Global Pioneers.
The Global Pioneers a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization, has been travelling around the world educating and helping people from every level of society from Orphans to Governments, from Churches to schools. We have helped millions of people from over 25 countries (China, Haiti, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Turkey, Paraguay and more), with our educational and humanitarian tours. We have delivered hundreds of workshops, and donated and distributed hundreds of thousands of educational materials. Our educational programs have included literacy programs for teachers and students, music to inspire and interest, human rights and drug free programs and materials for governments and schools as well as community and youth building programs. We have trained thousands of government and educational leaders from Sri Lanka to the Dominican Republic. By giving leaders, educators and people the knowledge and tools to overcome their difficulties, they can have a more prosperous future which makes a better world.