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Mar 31, 2009 Church of Scientology announces grand opening of fully rebuilt landmark Fort Harrison religious retreat — FOX Business
Type: Press release
CLEARWATER, Fla., March 31, 2009 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —-In connection with the Church's rapid international growth and the continuing expansion of its spiritual headquarters in Florida, the Church of Scientology held the grand opening of the Fort Harrison, the second facility completed in just the last 18 months to accommodate the influx of thousands of parishioners to the Church's spiritual headquarters and religious retreat As part of its continuing expansion, on March 14, 2009 the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization ...
Feb 2, 2008 New life for a landmark — Winnipeg Free Press
Winnipeg Free Press
The Church of Scientology plans to spend up to $10 million to convert a landmark building in the Exchange District into a church and community outreach centre.
Rev. Yvette Shank, president of the church's Canadian office in Toronto, said the church plans to undertake a major refurbishing of the 115-year-old Peck Building, which it quietly acquired last March for a previously unheard of price for the Exchange of $2.2 million.
"We love it," Shank said of the six-storey, brick-and-stone building at ...
Nov 29, 2007 Scientology to operate from landmark site — The Times (South Africa) More: rickross.com
The Times (South Africa)
A LANDMARK Durban building sold to the Church of Scientology in Africa is to become the headquarters for its community work in the province. A LANDMARK Durban building sold to the Church of Scientology in Africa is to become the headquarters for its community work in the province. Scientology, popularised by Hollywood heavyweights Tom Cruise and John Travolta, has a growing following in South Africa. The Morningside building, in the city's dining and nightlife hub, was formerly an hotel. It was ...
Sep 29, 2007 Scientology has big plans for landmark // Church leaders say the Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater will have an extensive overhaul. — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Jacob H. Fries
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
CLEARWATER — The Church of Scientology is in announcement mode again, this time saying it will spend $20-million on a major upgrade of its iconic Fort Harrison Hotel. But what church officials aren't saying is exactly when the work will start. So, expect some eye rolls. That's because across the street from the Fort Harrison is Scientology's seven-story Super Power building. Stuccoed, trimmed and painted on the outside, the huge building is unfinished and vacant on the inside. And, remarkably, it's ...
Apr 13, 2006 Church of Scientology to buy Santa Ana landmark building — Orange County Register
Marlo Jo Fisher
Orange County Register
The Church of Scientology is buying Santa Ana's former Masonic Temple.
SANTA ANA - Developer Mike Harrah is selling Santa Ana's historic downtown Masonic Temple, which he spent millions restoring as a performing-arts center, to the Church of Scientology.
The sale has drawn the ire of some historic preservationists.
The building is one of four that Harrah said he's selling to raise money to build his high-rise tower downtown.
Church spokeswoman Marie Murillo said the building is being purchased for an ...
Apr 5, 2006 Interview with Glen Stollery of ScienTOMogy.info — Wikinews
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