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Church of Scientology of Melbourne Coordinating Scientology Disaster Relief for Bushfires in Victoria, Australia

Posted in Uncategorized by thealf on December 11, 2006

Volunteers are urgently needed to assist the more than three thousand firefighters who are working around the clock to protect townships in and around the Mansfield and Wangaratta areas in Victoria, Australia.

Teams of Scientology Volunteer Ministers from Scientology churches around Australia are mobilizing to evacuate those in the area and give assistance to the firefighters and other emergency response personnel.

A series of bushfires in the mountains of Southeastern Australia are threatening to join and create one vast fire in the state.

While thick clouds of smoke move in over Melbourne, 2 hours north of the fire zone, over 540 square miles (1,400 square km) of bushland have been burned. And there is no relief in sight, with a forecast of hot and gusty winds and temperatures expected to reach 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius) tomorrow.

The Church of Scientology of Melbourne is the headquarters for this Scientology Disaster Relief effort. Anyone who can help should contact the Volunteer Ministers Coordinator to get instructions and directions on how to meet up with the team.

Contact information:

Volunteer Ministers Coordinator
Church of Scientology of Melbourne
42 Russell Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Australia
Tel: 03-9654-8655
E-Mail: melbourne@scientology.net

You can also contact the International Scientology Volunteer Ministers Coordinator for more information on what to do.

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