Historic Fort Harrison Hosts Brunch to Raise Funds for Community Gardens

The Clearwater Community Gardens are having their 2nd annual brunch in the Historic Fort Harrison with a fundraiser to support the gardens.

Clearwater, FL, August 12, 2016 --(PR.com)-- On August 21st, Clearwater resident, Howard Warshauer, will hold the second annual Clearwater Community Garden Brunch in the Church of Scientology’s Historic Fort Harrison. Residents and neighbors from all over Clearwater will come together in the Crystal Ballroom to raise funds for the Community Gardens.

The first annual brunch was likewise held in the Historic Fort Harrison and completed the fundraising necessary to get the garden started. Since then, the Clearwater Community Gardens has expanded, with residents participating in tending the 36 plots.

“Our Community Garden is a place where the community comes together for the purpose of growing food, interacting with each other, and personal growth,” said Mr. Warshauer.

At this second annual brunch, Mr. Warshauer will show how much the garden has grown over the last year, highlighting events that have brought the community together. This included the ribbon cutting of the Moss Shelter. Not only does the shelter provide shade, but the slanted roof helps collect rain water to nourish the garden.

Mr. Warshauer will also discuss plans to clean and beautify Clearwater’s East Gateway Neighborhood. Further explaining the subject will be Pat Harney, spokesperson for the Church of Scientology. The Church is currently working with residents of East Gateway to improve the neighborhood.

The new Clearwater Redevelopment Agency Director, Seth Taylor, will also explain what he does and how he plans to help the East Gateway community.

Included in the event will be a raffle, for gift cards and vouchers to some of Downtown Clearwater’s shops and restaurants. All proceeds will benefit the Clearwater Community Gardens.

For more information on this event or to RSVP, please call (727) 467-6860.

About the Fort Harrison Religious Retreat:
Since its construction in 1927, the Fort Harrison has been the home to many charitable events and community organizations. The Fort Harrison’s current owner, the Church of Scientology, has hosted over 500 community events there since its top-to-bottom restoration in 2009. The Scientology religion was founded by humanitarian and philosopher, L. Ron Hubbard and incorporated in 1954. It has since expanded to more than 11,000 churches, missions and affiliated groups in 167 nations. To learn more, visit www.scientology.org.
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Dylan Pires