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Final Night of Winter Wonderland Makes 25 Years of Helping Others

Families and children participating in the activities available at the opening ceremony of Winter Wonderland

With the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center, we are able to provide a safe space for nonprofit organizations to meet and use at no cost”
— Clemence Chevrot, Director of the CCV Center
CLEARWATER, FL, US, December 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Clearwater Community Volunteers concluded the 25th year of Winter Wonderland, by distributing the donated food and toys to local charities serving low income families and children within Pinellas County. Volunteers had asked guests entering Winter Wonderland (December 1 – 22nd) to leave an unwrapped toy in Santa’s Sleigh so children could have a great holiday when they might not have otherwise.



“Winter Wonderland is also a food and toy drive for needy children in our community,” said Mrs. Pam Ryan-Anderson, Executive Director of the Clearwater Community Volunteers. “That the toys and food gathered here will make Christmas possible for those children is why we create Winter Wonderland every year.”



11,600 guests who toured the 2018 Winter Wonderland participated in the pony rides, human gyroscope, and telling Santa what they wanted for Christmas.



Guests also visited the new Clearwater Community Volunteers Center, located across the street from Winter Wonderland at the corner of Drew Street and Fort Harrison Avenue in downtown Clearwater.



The Church of Scientology & the Clearwater Community Volunteers opened the community center for nonprofit organizations in March so they could further extend their community outreach to those who seek to improve our community.



“With the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center, we are able to provide a safe space for nonprofit organizations to meet and use at no cost.” said Ms. Clemence Chevrot, Director of the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center. “Since March, we have worked with over 45 different nonprofits from across Tampa Bay to improve the lives of those around us.”



To find out more information about the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center please call Michael Soltero at (727) 316-5309 or email ccvcenter@ccvfl.org.



About the Clearwater Community Volunteers:



Since their founding in 1992, the Clearwater Community Volunteers have helped over 150,000 children and families. Sponsored by the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, they stay true to the founder of Scientology’s inspiring words, “Love and help children”.

Pat Harney
Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization
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727-467-6860


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