Hello Everyone!I want to first introduce myself. I'm Patricia Ross, Director of Community Affairs at the Church of Scientology, Denver. We're located at 2340 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205. Our…Continue
Started Nov 15, 2012
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The Denver chapter of the Drug-Free World Foundation travelled for the second year to the Northern Colorado (NOCO) Emergency Preparedness and Family Safety Expo. The Drug-Free World mission is to everyone—kids and adults—learn the truth about drug use and abuse so they can make the better choice and not take drugs.
The NOCO event is a joint effort between Larimer and Weld Counties and provides the public with a variety of public safety services, ranging from emergency preparedness…Continue
Posted on October 10, 2019 at 7:25pm
Thousands of runners of all ages participated in the Frank Shorter 5K RACE4Kids’ Health Sunday, and the Foundation for a Drug-Free World was there to cheer them on.
The Foundation has participated in the annual race for the past three years to help parents and kids understand what drugs do so they can make better decisions about them.
This year, the Foundation offered kids of all ages to take the Youth Drug Free World Pledge. Dozens of kids pledged to live a drug-free life and…Continue
Posted on April 9, 2018 at 3:09pm
The Scientology Volunteer Ministers (VM) Cavalcade made an appearance at the annual Boulder Creek Festival over Memorial Day weekend.
Volunteer ministers offered their standard “nerve assists” to the crowd, an “action undertaken to help a person confront physical difficulties,” according to the book by L. Ron Hubbard, Assists for Illness and Injuries (one of the many VM booklets that outline solutions for everyday living.)
From handling aching feet and backs to helping…Continue
Posted on May 31, 2017 at 8:40pm
Thirty years ago, the UN did something wonderful. They declared Sept 21 of every year the International Day of Peace, or Peace Day for short.
I don't know how others celebrated this great day, but I found a way. Here's the story:
War is unfortunately a constant in our world. From the unrest in the Middle East to the summer of violence we’ve experienced closed to home, violence impacts our children daily.
For the past thirty-two years, the United Nations has…Continue
Posted on September 27, 2012 at 9:52am