Most Americans, if asked, would be able to tell you exactly what they were doing when they heard about the World Trade Center terrorist attack in 2001. It had that much impact on the lives of people throughout the United States and, in fact, on people all over the world.
“As any New Yorker would tell you, to see the twin towers erupt and then disintegrate was a living nightmare,” says LPN, EMT and Scientology Volunteer Minister Ayal Lindeman, one of the more than 800 Scientologists who served at Ground Zero.
Ten years of unconditional help by Scientology Volunteer Ministers around the world.
The work of the Scientology Volunteer Ministers who served at GroundZero in the months following 9/11 served as a model and inspiration for a movement that now spans the globe.
An amazing young man, whose life was saved by a Scientology Volunteer Minister after the Haiti earthquake, is determined to make a difference for his country.
Spring Valley, New York, Mayor Noramie Jasmin has designated July 12, 2011, as Ralph Mary Gedeon Day in recognition of the courage and resolve of a young survivor of the January 2010 Haiti earthquake.
Media Info: Lower Hudson News - lohud.com, 12 April 2011, 9:18pm
Spring Valley EMT aids towns, shelter in Japan, praises country's disaster response
SPRING VALLEY — While thousands of people were fleeing the triple disaster — earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis — in Japan, Ayal Lindeman was headed into some of the hardest-hit parts of the country.The 54-year-old Spring Valley resident and frequent first responder to disasters in Haiti and the Gulf Coast returned home Friday after a 10-day deployment.
(PASADENA, CA) At a badge pinning ceremony held at Fire Station 34 on Del Mar Blvd in Pasadena this week parishioners and Volunteer Ministers of the Church of Scientology of Pasadena commemorated the tenth anniversary of 9/11 by donating a limited print edition of the moving watercolor titled “Unspoken Courage” by acclaimed watercolor artist POMM to the station.