The Way to Happiness Association of Tennessee Invites Nashville to Green It Up

The Way to Happiness Association of Tennessee is inviting friends and neighbors to a community cleanup for World Environment Day in June.

Nashville, TN, March 09, 2017 --( In 2016, The Way to Happiness Association of Tennessee (TWTH-TN) invited environmental activists and leaders to a roundtable discussion in observance of World Environment Day under the heading “It’s Your City – Green It Up.” This year, TWTH-TN is taking this message to the streets and organizing a cleanup for the day.

The “Green It Up” cleanup will take place on June 3rd at 10am. Volunteers will meet in the community hall of the Church of Scientology for cleanup supplies, then after the cleanup at 12pm, all volunteers will be treated to lunch at the church where they will be able to learn more about different ways they can improve the environment. TWTH-TN is inviting environmental organizations to have a booth during the lunch hour.

The Way to Happiness Association wants this event to bring people together who care about the environment so they can connect and can do bigger things. TWTH was formed around the book The Way To Happiness, written by humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The Way to Happiness has twenty-one precepts based on the fact that one’s survival depends on the survival of others. One of these precepts is “Safeguard and Improve the Environment,” which takes to heart the care for the planet.

World Environment Day occurs each year on June 5th and is celebrated by the United Nations. According to, World Environment Day “…has grown to be a broad, global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated by stakeholders in over 100 countries. It also serves as the ‘people’s day’ for doing something positive for the environment, galvanizing individual actions into a collective power that generates an exponential positive impact on the planet.”

For more information on “Green It Up,” or if you would like to participate, send an email to
The Way to Happiness
Chris Blythe