Volunteers from the Church of Scientology and The Way to Happiness Association of Tampa Bay join North Greenwood residents in another neighborhood cleanup.
Tampa, FL, April 20, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Scientology News reports on volunteers from the Church of Scientology are celebrating their community contributions which contributed to lowering North Greenwood's crime rate. A recent Pinellas County report shows a 56 percent drop in crime since it peaked in July 2015. North Greenwood is a Clearwater, Florida, municipal zone of over 7,000 residents located half a mile from Coachman Park.
North Greenwood residents and volunteers from The Way to Happiness Association of Tampa Bay, the Church of Scientology and the Foundation for a Drug Free World continue to carry out neighborhood cleanups—one of 20 strategies named by the National Crime Prevention Council for reducing crime in a community.
Volunteers also distribute copies of The Way to Happiness to residents and business owners. The commonsense guide to better living written by humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard provides a moral compass. It has brought calm to communities torn by violence, peace to areas ravaged by civil strife and self-respect to millions of individuals.
Cleanup volunteers rally at the Martin Luther King Jr., Community Center and target specific neighborhood locations.
To join in the next cleanup or for tips in establishing a cleanup in your neighborhood, contact The Way to Happiness Association of Tampa Bay at 727-467-6961 or visit www.thewaytohappiness.org.
Written by L. Ron Hubbard and published in 1981, The Way to Happiness is a commonsense guide to better living—a means of arresting the current moral decline in society and restoring integrity and trust to humankind. The campaign to distribute the book has been embraced by more than 257,000 groups and individuals, with some 115 million copies given out in 186 nations.