Scientology Volunteer Ministers of Tampa Bay at the Manatee County Fair January 12-22

A Scientology Volunteer Minister helps a visitor address a personal problem at the Volunteer Ministers tent at the Manatee County Fair.

Using the principles of Scientology, Volunteer Ministers offered interested participants guidance and support

This year, thousands who came to the Manatee County Fair for the food and the fun came home with something more—practical solutions to brighten their days year-round, thanks to the Tampa Bay Scientology Volunteer Ministers.

Church of Scientology Holds National Volunteer Week Recognition Luncheon at Historic Fort Harrison Hotel

Accepting awards and $1000 pledge at a National Volunteer Week luncheon at the Fort Harrison, presented by Church of Scientology Public Affairs Director Pat Harney (center) are (left to right) Annie Tyrell, Executive Director of the Willa Carson Health Resource Center; Ernestine Carson Heastie, daughter of Willa Carson and board member of the organization; Harney; Muhammad Abdur Rahim, Carson Center board member; and Judy Fagerman, head of Scientology Volunteer Ministers of Tampa Bay.

Willene Hayward accepted the award on behalf of Feeding America Tampa Bay, formerly known as America’s Second Harvest.  Hayward is volunteer coordinator of the food bank that serves 35,000 Tampa Bay residents.

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