More than 950 cheerful and attentive Pakistan native persons met last Sunday night on the...
The Church's property holdings internationally have more than doubled in the last 5 years. The...
Global drug abuse has led to what can inarguably be described as a world awash in blood and human misery.
In reply, the Church of Scientology sponsors the largest non-governmental anti-drug information and prevention campaign on Earth. By statistical survey, it has thus far prevented some 500,000 young people from recreational drug use... or worse.
There is still, however, much more to be done. Thus, the Church of Scientology offers its publications (which neither contain nor advocate any Scientology beliefs) to like-minded anti-drug coalitions, government institutions, civic groups and schools.
Churches and Missions of Scientology from Ireland to the Urals are regularly active in drug prevention activities in their communities, whether it be through lectures, booklet handouts, needle clean-ups, drug-free pledgings, concerts or a number of other ways in which they are reaching out to children and adults alike, with the message, "Say 'no' to drugs, say 'yes' to life."
Britain's number one jive/swing band The Jive Aces, whose members are Scientologists, support the "Say 'no' to drugs" message as they tour not only the UK and Europe but the whole world, with their lively and unique music.
The band prides itself on being completely drug-free, and when asked about their strong anti-drug stance, the Jives' lead singer Ian Clarkson said, "People look up to musicians and see them taking drugs and think that they then have to use them to be a great artist. What they don't realize is that without drugs they would be a lot happier, play a lot better and live a lot longer."
Find out more about The Jive Aces at their website.
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