Mary Losh to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, October 18, 2018 / — Throughout the journey of life our experiences shape us and guide us to our destinies. For some individuals the challenges and adversities they face not only leads them the path of success and enlightenment it touches and inspires the lives of others.

Mary is an exceptional RN for 40 plus years and a naturopathic doctor.

“God has been my uplifting and calming rock and I have received many miracles from Him throughout my life,” says Mary. “In my early 20’s I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and told I only had two months to live. And now 53 years later, I still talk, I sing, and I hold my head in any position I want, I take no Rx meds. It was all part of God’s miracles.”

Mary was born in West Virginia the daughter of a coal miner and the second oldest of nine children. Coming from an impoverished background her family moved around a lot and sometimes took residence in the woods. To keep food on the table Mary’s mother would pick wild weeds like dandelions, pokeweed, milkweed and managed to make a delectable feast for the entire family which essentially kept them well -nourished and healthy. When the family was able to afford “junk” food it actually caused them to become overweight and unhealthy.

“Although my mother expected us to quit school at the 8th grade and find jobs, I was determined to continue and get an education,” says Mary. “I also had a deep yearning and profound self-awareness to become closer to God and would spend a lot of time reading the Bible which further encouraged my pursuit of a higher education.”

In 1969 Mary went into nursing and resolutely inspired by how nourishing eating her mother’s weeds had been, she felt drawn to holistic medicine and ultimately became a naturopathic doctor and certified health practitioner, and took “Boot Camp” adventures in discovering, identifying and preparing the edible weeds of the forests. Today Mary strongly advocates for legalizing marijuana for medicinal purposes since the brain alone contains over 200 receptors for the cannabinoids.

“Marijuana makes you high when you burn it, but if you put it in a smoothie, or juice it, it is extremely healthy,” says Mary. “The government got a patent on Marijuana for medical use in 1936. Therefore, How and WHY is Marijuana classified as it is? Any plant that can has evidence of health benefits, cannot be classified as illegal. So, WHY is marijuana illegal?”

Mary also promotes the use of essential oils for magnificent healing effects that according to her can positively erase negative childhood memories that even years of therapy cannot overcome.

Currently Mary is writing a book hoping to raise awareness how God is authentic and has so profoundly touched her life and helped her heal.

“God loves us intensely and He is there for all of us,” says Mary. “He will eternally protect us, provide for us and He is my all and all and that’s why my life has been so fortunate and genuinely inspirational.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Mary Losh October 22nd at 12 p. m. EST in an interview with Jim Masters.

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6th Annual Plan to Give Conference for Financial Professionals Focused on Charitable Giving Strategies.

National Christian Foundation Tampa Bay will host its 6th Annual Plan to Give Conference for financial professionals focused on charitable giving strategies.

You as a professional advisor are in a strategic position to help mobilize resources which will release generosity into our community and impact the Tampa Bay area in profound and radical ways.”

— Bob Collins, Chief Strategy Officer at National Christian Foundation

TAMPA, FL, UNITED STATES, October 17, 2018 / — TAMPA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 17, 2018 — On Wednesday, November 7, the National Christian Foundation, Tampa Bay will host its 6th Annual Plan to Give Conference. The goal of the conference is to inspire and educate financial professionals in Tampa Bay area, to champion the cause of generosity and philanthropy by serving their clients using advanced charitable planning techniques and timeless wisdom.

The conference will feature keynote presentations by three distinguished professionals in the realms of finance and charitable giving. Cathy Sheffield, CAP®, CFRE, CSPG, ThinkGiving, President, Thompson & Associates, Vice President. Greg Sperry, Executive Vice President of Gift Planning Services with the National Christian Foundation, will address “Charitable Innovation for Lowering Taxation.” Finally, the keynote presentation, a 2018 “Economic & Investment Outlook” will be delivered by nationally renowned market analyst Bob Doll, Chief Equity Strategist & Senior Portfolio Manager at Nuveen Asset Management.

Financial professionals are invited to register for the Plan to Give Conference by visiting Early registration cost is $49 which includes a breakfast buffet, and a copy of God and Money by MBA Harvard graduates John Cortines and Gregory Baumer. Conference presentations qualify for three hours of CFP, CLE, and CPA continuing education credits.

WHEN: Wednesday, November 7, 2018 | 7:30-11:45am
WHERE: Palma Ceia, South MacDill Ave Tampa, FL 33629 – Register for details


National Christian Foundation Tampa Bay (NCFTB) is the local affiliate of the National Christian Foundation, a nationwide grant-making network that funds the Christian causes recommended by their givers. The NCF Giving Fund® (Donor-Advised Fund) helps Christians simplify the process of giving to their favorite ministries and helps multiply the impact of their gifts through tax-wise strategies.

Since 1982, NCF has grown to become America’s 8th largest charity as the largest sponsor of donor-advised funds for Christian givers with over $10 billion granted to over 40,000 churches, ministries, and nonprofits. NCF facilitates over $1.5 billion of giving each year. NCF provides families and business owners a “multi-family office” foundation experience, serving as personal foundation staff. NCF specializes in complex gifts such as closely held businesses and real estate, which can provide additional tax benefits beyond cash giving. Additional information about NCF Tampa Bay can be found at

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Library Partners Press Recognizes Outstanding Achievements in Writing and Publishing

Announcing the Gail O'Day Award for Poetry and the David Coates Award for Non-Fiction

By naming annual recipients of the Gail O'Day Award and the David Coates Award, Library Partners Press will strive to preserve Gail and David's publishing ideas and ideals.”

— William Kane, Library Partners Press

WINSTON-SALEM, NC, USA, October 16, 2018 / — Library Partners Press, an imprint of Wake Forest University's Digital Publishing division, has named its inaugural literary awards the Gail O'Day Award and the David Coates Award.

The Gail O'Day Award for Poetry recognizes outstanding achievements in poetry. Dr. O'Day served as Dean of the School of Divinity from 2010 until 2018 and prepared religious leaders to teach, preach, and make a positive, enduring difference in congregations, schools, and communities — establishing innovative programming and strengthening the School’s identity as a place where students are equipped to be agents of justice, compassion and reconciliation in congregations and other ministry settings. Throughout her career, Gail O'Day relied on poetry — individual poems and collections alike — to guide her teaching, sermons, and reading life.

The David Coates Award for Non-Fiction honors outstanding achievements in non-fiction, including histories, memoir, and creative non-fiction. Dr. Coates was an expert on American politics, economy and society, and he was a prolific scholar and author of books, articles, and blog posts on capitalism, immigration, and presidents. Coates believed that writers had an obligation to share their knowledge and expertise by publishing their work — not just via traditional "academic publishing," but by exploiting the technologies and efficiencies of late-model hybrid/indie publishing platforms, such as Library Partners Press.

Meanwhile, Library Partners Press has already announced its 2018 award winners:

Please join us as we celebrate the best of the best:

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Karen McKy of Subconscious Change to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

AURORA, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, October 16, 2018 / — The most common self-limiting belief is “I’m not good enough,” and it can limit us in most areas of our lives. We operate our lives from our beliefs. These have been given to us by our parents, friends and society. We have life enhancing beliefs which move us forward in our lives, but it's the self-limiting beliefs that hold us back. Limitations we believe in prevent us from asking for what we want, taking healthy risks, loving ourselves and others.

Results of limiting beliefs may manifest in many ways. We may avoid asking for promotions we deserve. We may remain sick because we believe this is the only way to receive lots of attention. Perhaps we maintain unhealthy relationships or invite abusive people into our lives because subconsciously we are modeling what our parents did.

The subconscious mind holds on to our beliefs and all the emotional associations stored with them. To steer our own ship and be in charge of what happens in our lives, we must first learn to be the masters of our own subconscious.

Karen McKy is an International Certified PSYCH-K® Instructor and the founder of Subconscious Change. PSYCH-K® is a simple, practical, hands-on set of processes that allow people to achieve rapid change in their lives. By teaching people to alter the limiting beliefs within their subconscious mind they can change their lives for the better.

“This is an empowering set of tools that help people become self-directing by being self-responsible. The result is people literally change their lives from the inside out. That's what I love about it,” says McKy. “People need to help themselves first, before we help others. When we show up bigger, better, brighter, and more beautiful in the world, we make a difference in simple and astounding ways.”

McKy was introduced to PSYCH-K® initially by a friend then later by Bruce Lipton, a cellular biologist and author of The Biology of Belief. Dr. Lipton is a dear friend of the originator of the PSYCH-K processes, Rob Williams M.A. “Dr. Lipton shares with us that we do not have to be the victims of our biology. Our body expresses what we believe and beliefs can be changed, thus allowing our physical system to alter what it is expressing. This is the best news in ages for those who are seeking different ways of handling pain and other physical challenges.”

“When I was introduced to PSYCH-K®, I understood that I could learn more about what my inner world was telling me than I could have ever guessed,” says McKy. “I immediately immersed myself in every PSYCH-K class offered. I was soaking up the information like a sponge. It rang true for me, and innately I knew it was what I had been waiting for my entire life. These processes have helped me become who I am today. That is why I am so passionate about sharing PSYCH-K® processes with others. They truly allow one to change their life, from the inside out.”

McKy says what distinguishes PSYCH-K® from other modalities is that it is a spiritually-based program.

“We help people work with their higher knowing, whatever that is for them,” says McKy. “We honor people in their spiritual journey. We're not telling people what to do or what they should believe. It's all about helping them access their Inner Wisdom and create their own goals utilizing that Inner Wisdom.”

“We move beyond story. I'm listen for what is going on in the person's subconscious mind that is holding them back. I help the person catch their limitations and flip them quickly into what they would rather have their new subconscious belief systems be. We work quickly and efficiently to help the people create and re-program new beliefs that will support them in their life.”

While McKy still works with clients one-on-one, her true passion is teaching the PSYCH-K® processes.

“Teaching is where I can have the most impact and help the greatest number of people.”

Most of the people who come to McKy’s workshops are everyday folks who have utilized other modalities before PSYCH-K® but they've exhausted those options. “They earnestly want to get to the bottom of their challenges. PSYCH-K® helps people help themselves, and it’s simple enough, once learned, they can also help others.”

Some workshop participants are professionals who use other modalities and want to expand their tool kit.

“More and more frequently we have psychiatrists, sociologists, educators, medical professionals, body workers and community spiritual leaders attending PSYCH-K® workshops. They are looking for non-traditional and unconventional methods to add to their skillset to help improve their client’s lives. In class we have everyday folks facilitating professionals through the processes. Everyone has challenges they want to change, we work with a level playing field, There is no hierarchy when it comes to helping others with PSYCH-K®.”

“Much of the time, when people come to work with me, they're at the end of their rope,” says McKy. “They've come to a place where they don't know what else to do. Somehow, magically, they've been introduced to PSYCH-K® and hope that it can help them create the changes they are seeking. I'm here to help them discover their own answers, tap into their own wisdom and manifest what they have always had within themselves.” PSYCH-K is high-speed mindset technology that helps us evolve the mind.

CUTV News Radio will feature Karen McKy in an interview with Jim Masters on October 17th at 4pm EST.

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Dr. Elissa J. Santoro to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

LIVINGSTON, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, October 16, 2018 / — When caught early, about 90 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer will live a full life. If caught at Stage 0, then almost 100% are cured. 50 years ago, however, four out of five patients were dead within five years. There were no mammograms at that time for early detection and almost no attention had been paid to supporting patients emotionally as well as physically throughout treatment.

But that all changed slowly but surely thanks to the efforts of pioneering physicians like Dr. Elissa Santoro. A surgical oncologist since 1970, today Dr. Elissa Santoro serves as Breast Care Consultant for RWJS Barnabas Health Center. Now 80 years old, and no longer performing surgery, Dr. Santoro care for even more patients than ever while teaching the next generation of surgical oncologists all she has learned as a practicing physician.

“Medicine is really a healing art as well as a science,” says Dr. Santoro. “I had always wanted to be a healer and not just a technician because no doctor has yet cured mortality, so while we're here, our focus should be on quality of life.”

Dr. Santoro has been on the front lines as the field of cancer treatment has evolved. In fact, she has been responsible for much of that evolution, and the approach to care those who have been diagnosed can receive today. When integrative medicine was still in its infancy, Dr. Santoro pioneered a holistic integrative breast care for women, immersing patients into compete healing of mind, body and spirit.

“As the only woman surgical oncologist in New Jersey, I found there was a terrible need for a more holistic approach,” says Dr. Santoro. “I had the ability to open up a practice for breast care and treatment center where the patient could be diagnosed, operated on if needed, chemotherapy if needed, as well as treating the mind, body, and spirit. That’s what was missing. In that era being told you had breast cancer, meant you would die in five years and suffer through mutilating surgeries like radical mastectomies. I would refer them for counseling, for healing. If they had a religion, I'd get the support of their pastors or rabbis.”

And as the field has evolved, women have shown they want women to be their doctor.

“The breast is very symbolic,” says Dr. Santoro, “so it's a great field for a woman because we can better understand the psychosexual component of this diagnosis. It affects marriages, relationships.

“We've come a long, long way and there's so much on the horizon,” says Dr. Santoro. “We're learning more and more about the immune cells and identifying the patients at risk using gene testing. Maybe one day surgery will have only minor role, but it's been a big change from 1970 to 2018.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Dr. Elissa J. Santoro, MD., FACS in an interview Jim Masters on October 18th at 12pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio. If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

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One-Day Retreat with Spiritual Master Louix Dor Dempriey

LAGUNA HILLS, CALIFORNIA, USA, October 15, 2018 / — The Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation is hosting a One-Day Retreat with Louix Dor Dempriey on Saturday, 27 October 2018, at the Center for Spiritual Living, 25782 Obrero Drive, Mission Viejo, California, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Immerse yourself in this spiritual Master’s wisdom, grace, love, and humor as you receive his personal guidance to move you into deeper levels of self-mastery. Experience illuminating discourses, guided meditations, and ecstatic singing throughout the course of this magical day.

One-Day Retreats with Louix Dor Dempriey offer the rare opportunity to receive the blessing, wisdom, and guidance of a spiritual Master. Attendees will receive darshan from Louix, enjoy guided meditations and discourses, and receive his personal guidance. The retreat fee includes a vegan lunch.

For those who cannot attend the retreat in person, the retreat will be streamed live on the Internet via All registrants and attendees will also receive access to the replay. is a membership site providing both free and paid access to an exclusive library of Louix's teachings, along with additional monthly content. Louix's teachings are non-denominational and open to people of all ages, faiths, beliefs, and walks of life.

For more information, and to register for the One-Day Retreat, please click here:

About the Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation

The Louix Dor Dempriey Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to sharing the teachings and humanitarian works of Louix Dor Dempriey. Its mission is to help people remember and restore their inherent divinity, and to walk in this world as unconditional love.

Louix Dor Dempriey is a spiritual Master who has dedicated his life to helping other people attain self-mastery in all areas of their lives, so that they, too, can experience true joy and inner peace, regardless of worldly circumstances. Louix's darshan, as well as his illuminating discourses, meditations, and ceremonies, have invoked profound transformation in thousands of people worldwide. With grace and humor, Louix imparts timeless wisdom in contemporary, practical teachings—that transcend all faiths, paths, religions, and cultures. He resides at Prema Drala Ashram in Laguna Hills, California.

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Jews to Protest IDF fundraiser in Toronto – Today

Orthodox Jews will be demonstrating today, October 11, outside the Toronto Center of Art, 5040 Yonge Street, Toronto, at 6 PM.

TORONTO, CANADA, October 11, 2018 / — Orthodox Jews from the anti-Zionist Jewish community of Canada will be demonstrating today, October 11, outside the Toronto Center of Art, 5040 Yonge Street, Toronto, at 6 PM.

The group will be conveying the message that the Israeli Defense Force [IDF] is not in favor of the Jewish people.

“The IDF is a destructive force to the Jewish people and to the Jewish nation”, Said Rabbi Aron Jacobowitz, a spokesman for the demonstration.

"We will be bringing to the attention of the attendees that Judaism and Zionism, the Jewish people and the State of Israel, are not one and the same, in fact they are diametrically opposed.

"Judaism is a religion of serving the Almighty, while Zionism is a political movement of nationalism. For centuries Jewish people lived in the Holy Land with the only goal of practicing their religion and living in total peace with their neighbors.

"In fact, according to Jewish belief, Jews are in a Divinely decreed exile and are forbidden to create their own State or to provoke against nations. We are forbidden to wage wars against any nation or to shed blood.

"In addition to all it has done to other nations, which is in total violation of Judaism and opposed by masses of Jews worldwide, the State of Israel recently attempts to force religious Jewish youths to physically take part in all its criminal acts and to assimilate them into the Zionist secular society. Whoever refuses to join them, or stands up to protest, are brutalized, harassed and imprisoned.

"By attempting to force our communities to serve in the IDF, the Israeli government is trampling on our religious rights. By oppressing non-violent protestors, they are trampling on our freedom of speech.

"When the state of Israel professes to act in the name of the Jewish people, it is exacerbating anti-Semitism, causing harm, hate and conflict amongst so many Peoples.

"This is one more link in the long chain of systematically uprooting our religion. They did so originally with the Jews of Yemen, Tunisia, and the rest of the Middle East and now they attempt to do so with the remnants of the God-fearing communities in the Holy Land.

"It is criminal when these people call themselves Jewish, supposedly representing the entire Jewish people and it is hypocritical when they misuse the Jewish religion for their benefit. They do this all to mislead good hearted philanthropists, into supporting their movement. Also to stifle opposition, who are fearful of being accused of anti-Semitism "

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Anti-Zionist Jews Protesting Netanyahu’s Speech at UN General Assembly

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A Woman’s Story of Faith and the Ripple Effect of Giving Provides Clean Water Saving Lives in Uganda

Team RCIA at 2018 Run4Water

Doyle Addresses Attendees at Wells of Life Annual Meeting

San Francisco Solano Church RCIA is Top Fundraising Team from

Patricia Doyle's RCIA Group in Southern Calif. Funds 7 Water Wells Through Wells of Life

Patricia Doyle believes there were mothers in Uganda praying desperately for clean water for their children when God touched her heart over two years ago.”

— Patricia Doyle

MISSION VIEJO, CA, UNITED STATES, October 11, 2018 / — Patricia Doyle believes there were mothers in Uganda praying desperately for clean water for their children when God touched her heart over two years ago. Her participation in a 5K run in Southern California began a ripple effect that would ultimately fund seven water wells and save thousands of lives in Uganda, Africa.

In April 2017, a friend from church invited Patricia to volunteer for the Run4Water fundraiser benefiting the nonprofit organization Wells of Life. It was a day that would prove to be life changing.

Shocked by learning that a child dies every 21 seconds from a lack of clean water in Africa, Doyle became energized to take action at the passionate plea of Wells of Life founder Nick Jordan. She knew in that moment that she’d personally donate and get involved, but she wondered how she could spread the word to others.

Throw a stone in water and the ripple effect will begin.

Doyle oversees the RCIA (The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) at her church, San Francisco Solano in Rancho Santa Margarita, California. The program consists of classes for adults who want to join the Catholic faith. The 2017 fall session was about to begin and she’d been searching for something tangible to increase the students’ understanding of the word Catholic, meaning universal. Social justice is a big part of their teaching and she immediately thought of Wells of Life.

She shared the Wells of Life story with the group and they gave unanimous approval to form a team in the 2018 Run4Water. Their team goal was to raise $6,000; the actual cost to fund one well that provides clean water to 1000 Ugandan villagers for about 25 years. Overhead costs are covered by the organization.

Nick Jordan was the group’s dynamic social justice guest speaker which resulted in a funded well by a couple in attendance. One week later, another couple decided to fund a well.

Doyle told a close friend about the project. She and her husband had lost a son two years before and decided to fund a well in his memory. The couple reached out to relatives and another well was generously funded in their son’s honor.

The ripple effect has already resulted in four wells funded.

One young couple in the RCIA class had limited means but was determined to fund a well in memory of their beloved grandmother who had just passed away. They passionately reached out to family members but only raised $2000. When the rest of the class heard of their goal and passion, they stepped in and the remaining $4000 was raised.
With five wells now funded, the initial couple that donated a well connected Wells of Life with their company’s matching donor program and another well was funded. That same man shared Wells of Life at a retreat and a gentlemen in the group was inspired to fund yet another well.

Seven wells will provide clean water to over 7000 villagers saving countless lives!

Doyle is leading a new RCIA class this fall and the group has already committed to participate in the 2019 Run4Water. The busy real estate broker and 2016-2017 Catholic Woman of the Year for other philanthropic and volunteer efforts, Doyle sits on a panel for the Orange County Catholic Diocese and is an advisory board member for Wells of Life.

In late September, she hosted an event for Wells of Life in her home to spread the word to others. Every attendee donated to the organization and many joined the Water Warrior monthly giving campaign pledging $30, $60 or $100 to sustain and fund water wells in Uganda.

While Wells of Life is making a tremendous impact, an estimated 24 million Ugandans ( still lack clean water and 1 in 5 children under the age of five die from a waterborne illness.

To learn more about Wells of Life, visit

About Wells of Life Wells of Life is a Christian organization founded on the belief water is a basic human right and should be available to all people regardless of where they live. Founded in 2008, the provision of clean water is viewed as the catalyst to free communities from poverty and progress to sustainable and healthy living. Their mission is supported through a variety of partnerships with schools, churches and businesses.


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2018 Run4Water Highlights

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Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins and Conservative Former Governor Mike Huckabee Rally Voters in Woodland Park, CO

This nationally simulcasted event is a collaboration between a variety of Christian thought leaders and conservative organizations ”

— Andrew Wommack Ministries

WOODLAND PARK, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, October 11, 2018 / — Charis Bible College will host “The Event” in its newly opened 3,165-seat auditorium on Sunday, November 4, just in advance of midterm elections. This nationally simulcasted event is a collaboration between a variety of Christian thought leaders and conservative organizations who are coming together to encourage people to “vote their values” in midterm elections.

The Event, as the national simulcast has been named, will feature live speakers and a local audience who have preregistered for the event. Among the speakers are former governor Mike Huckabee, Tony Perkins, E.W. Jackson, Kristan Hawkins, Michael Farris, along with local speakers Andrew Wommack, Karen Conrad, and Richard Harris of Andrew Wommack Ministries, Charis Bible College, and 7M Ventures, Inc.

The Event comes on the heels of the Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit, which rolled out a Values Bus that has been traveling nationally into a dozen key states before midterm elections on November 6, 2018.

To be part of the live audience, preregister at, or to tune into The Event remotely, visit on November 4 at 4 p.m. (MST). Press must contact The Event location host directly to preregister by emailing

Only those who have preregistered will be allowed onsite during The Event.

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Church of Scientology Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month in Downtown Clearwater

The Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization is holding a celebration for Hispanic Heritage Month with family friendly activities, live music and food. Pictured here is last year’s celebration with youth from the Grupo Folklorico Mahetzi dance grou

Clearwater has a large Hispanic Community. We believe that it is important to celebrate their history with them and have a lot of fun while doing it.”

— Paola Rodriguez, one of the event’s organizers.

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, USA, October 11, 2018 / — On October 13, the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization and the humanitarian initiatives it supports are putting on a party in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month at the Osceola Courtyard on the corner of Drew St. and Fort Harrison Ave. The festivities go from 4:00-10:30pm with food and family friendly activities.

“Clearwater has a large Hispanic Community,” said Paola Rodriguez, one of the event’s organizers. “We believe that it is important to celebrate their history with them and have a lot of fun while doing it. We have done this for several years and everyone has a great time.”

The event features activities and games including a bouncy house, a gamut of carnival games, live Hispanic music as well as plenty of food.

While having a great time, guests can learn about the Church of Scientology supported humanitarian programs: The Way to Happiness Association Tampa Bay, Foundation for a Drug-Free World, United for Human Rights, the Citizen’s Commission on Human Rights Florida and the Scientology Volunteer Ministers.

These non-profit organizations each have community centers on Fort Harrison Ave. where they teach moral values, human rights, harmful effects of drugs and expose abuses in the field of mental health.

There is no cost to attend this celebration and all are welcome to participate.

For more information please call (727) 467-6860 or email at

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

Pat Harney
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