Clearwater, FL, October 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- On October 14th and in addition to the festivities at Coachman Park, the Church of Scientology sponsored humanitarian program centers along North Fort Harrison Ave. celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month in the Osceola Courtyard in Downtown Clearwater. Around 300 passersby learned about each of the different programs, children jumped in the bouncy house and all enjoyed the live Hispanic music.
“These programs address human rights education, drug education, morality and criminal rehabilitation,” said Pat Harney, Public Relations Director for the Church of Scientology in Clearwater. “They are very community oriented and have many partners each.”
The programs include United for Human Rights Florida, The Way to Happiness Association of Tampa Bay, Foundation for a Drug-Free World, Criminon Florida, Scientology Volunteer Ministers and the Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights Florida. Each of their centers in Downtown Clearwater are open daily.
Hispanic Heritage Month was first proclaimed by President Lyndon Johnson in 1968 and implemented by President Ronald Reagan in 1988. Since then, Americans have spent this time period from September 15 to October 15 to recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latin Americans.
For more information about the humanitarian program centers or to get more involved, please call (727) 467-6860.
About the Church of Scientology:
The Scientology religion was founded by humanitarian and philosopher, L. Ron Hubbard. The first Church of Scientology was formed in the United States in 1954 and has expanded to more than 11,000 churches, missions and affiliated groups, with millions of members in 167 nations. Based on L. Ron Hubbard's words, "A community that pulls together can make a better society for all," the Church of Scientology regularly engages in many humanitarian programs and community events. To learn more, visit www.scientology-fso.org.