Joava good and her team focused on their relief efforts on Pratt city, one of the most devastated cities in Alabama the Scientologist Joava good supported the Scientology disaster assistance team for 5 weeks. The 35-year old Volunteer Ministers recently returned to her native Utah and told about your impressions, which had experienced them in Alabama. Devastating tornadoes in Alabama and in the southern of United States raged in April of this year. Alabama swept a giant tornado with a width of 1.5 kilometers above the town. This is likely the largest Monster”for over 40 years have been. Add to your understanding with Gerald Weissmann, MD. About a hundred tornadoes, entire communities made equal ground. Many households were without electricity, hundreds of homeless people sought refuge in emergency camps. President Obama then proclaimed a State of emergency for Alabama.
Many volunteer Ministers of the Scientology Church, including Joava good, went to Alabama and helped in Pratt city during the cleanup. Scientologist Joava good reported according to their Home in Utah that Pratt City (Alabama) with a war area was to compare. “It is a tragedy, what brought this tornado in the city.” Joava good for 5 weeks in Alabama and returned recently. She helped there many sufferers to get her life back into the handle. Good led a team of volunteer Scientology of chaplain who arrived from various Scientology churches in Alabama. Many clergymen came from the cities of Atlanta, Tampa, Nashville and some cities in California. So many people lost everything they owned.
It was”heartbreaking, said good. Most of the houses that were leveled, were not insured. The money that they got made by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U.S. Agency for disaster relief) available, not enough to repair the houses, or to be able to rebuild.” Good and her team focused on their relief efforts on Pratt city, a suburb of Birmingham. This city was one of the most most devastated areas. A tornado tore a swath of over 1.5 kilometres through a residential area on April 27. Houses lay in ruins. Cars, trees, fences – everything was covered by the whirlwind. “Very few volunteers helped in Pratt city and that’s why we decided to help us,” said good. The workers cut down broken tree trunks and broken branches, eliminated tons of debris, helped families to search the debris for personal belongings and cleaned up houses, which were stopped. The Volunteer Ministers found many personal items such as passports, credit cards, jewelry. This property could again some people will return. Some items had been found more than 90 kilometres from the point of origin. Joava good Scientologist since 1967 and helped many people in need as volunteer Scientology spiritual many thousand hours on a voluntary basis, since she was trained in 1976 in this function. It was also the same year in which the founder Scientology religion L. Ron Hubbard this program developed. Good is now Deputy, National Director of the Scientology disaster relief, an organization in which she helped to call them. She is trained as a volunteer of FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency the Agency for disaster relief) of the Red Cross and CERT (community emergency response team) and has also worked as a CERT instructor. Good is an active member of the volunteer and donations Management Committee”of the State of Utah. She is also Treasurer of the Utah VOAD (volunteers active in disaster) and responsible for the volunteer Scientology disaster aid and preparedness for their hometown of Draper Utah. More information: press service of SK Bayern e.V. contact: Uta Eilzer, be Anichstrasse 12, 80802 Munchen, TEL. 089-38607-0, FAX. 089-38607-109 E-mail: WEB: