- Cadet Org ED: Ethics Protection for Children and Pre Cadets (1975)
- Child Care Org ED: Home Deliveries (1979)
- CLO WUS ED: PAC Orgs Schedule & Family Time (1989)
- CMO ED: Re – Cadet Org (1979)
- Flag Divisional Directive: Sea Org Children (1976)
- Flag Order: Basic Hygiene for the Nursery (1968)
- Flag Order: Cadets (1968)
- Flag Order: Cadets: Children, Designation (1968)
- Flag Order: Children (1968)
- Flag Order: Children (1969)
- Flag Order: Children Ships Regulations (1967)
- Flag Order: Family Day (1973)
- Flag Order: Governess (1968)
- Flag Order: Growing Bodies (1968)
- Flag Order: Minor’s Mate Established (1973)
- Flag Order: Nanny Hat Write-up (1972)
- Flag Order: School (1968)
- Flag Order: School Hours (1968)
- Flag Order: Sea Org Children (1968)
- Flag Order: Sea Org Members (1968)
- Flag Order: Sea Org Parents Hat Checksheet (1972)
- Flag Order: The Organization Of Children In Land-based Units (1972)
- Flag Order: The Parents Council is Abolished (1968)
- Flag Personnel Order: Cadet Org MAA (1974)
- Lecture: Child Scientology (1) (1957)
- Lecture: Child Scientology (1957)
- Lecture: The Anatomy of The Overt Act Part II (1952)
- Magazine article: Celebrity Interview with Actress Anne Archer (2000)
- Magazine article: Child Scientology (1953)
- Magazine article: Inside Scientology (2006)
- Magazine article: It Starts With Literacy (2008)
- Newsletter: Letter from the Senior Case Supervisor (2005)
- Newsletter: Letter from the Senior Case Supervisor (2005)
- Newsletter: Letter from the Senior Case Supervisor (2007)
- Newsletter: Letter from the Senior Case Supervisor (2008)
- Newsletter: Mace-Kingsley Completions (2007)
- Newsletter: Mace-Kingsley External Delivery Department We Make House Calls! (2007)
- Newsletter: The Nancy News (2009)
- Newsletter: What can the Purification Rundown® Life Improvement™ Procedure do for your child? (2007)
- Newsletter: Who will audit your child? (2007)
- Promo: “I don’t have to do what my reactive mind says!” (2009)
- Promo: Auditing Babies (2005)
- Promo: Mace Kingsley Admin Scale (2007)
- Promo: Mace Kingsley Purification Rundown Mailer (2005)
- Promo: Mace-Kingsley External Delivery Department We Make House Calls! (2007)
- Promo: What can the Purification Rundown Life Improvement procedure do for your child? (2008)
- Website article: Nancy Cartwright: Actress, Voice Actor, Producer, Philanthropist and Author (2016)
The Family Angle
[…] Nancy is known in the non-profit world as a generous and active philanthropist who gives of her time, energy and resources equally. She loves what she does on The Simpsons, however she sees it as a means that fortunately allows her to support many non-profit organizations, particularly those that help children. Whether it is hosting fundraising events at her home to build the local Police Community Youth Center, or appearing at events for Boys and Girls Clubs, or personally tutoring youth to help raise literacy and moral compass standards, Nancy cares about bettering the lives of our future generation. Some of the beneficiaries of her good works include American Library Association, Make-a-Wish Foundation, Cal State Northridge’s Teenage Drama Workshop and the Valley Performing Arts Center, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara and the West San Fernando Valley & LA region, LA Police Department Police Activities League Supporters (PALS) throughout Los Angeles, Kiwanis and The Way to Happiness International Foundation. Many of these programs also contain art elements, as Nancy believes firmly that the arts are an integral part of every child’s life and certainly enrich lives for every community resident. She is equally committed to helping those in her hometown in Ohio, where she has established a perpetual scholarship for forensic students to attend Ohio University.
Nancy is in her 13th year as the Honorary Mayor of the North San Fernando Valley, and in 2013, she was honored with the 55th Annual Fernando Award, for her dedication to volunteerism in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. This prestigious award is supported by the Valley Chambers of Commerce, civic and philanthropic organizations, along with private individuals and corporations located in the San Fernando Valley.
In June 2012, Ohio University bestowed upon Nancy an Honorary Degree Citation – Doctor of Communication in recognition of achievement in her field as an actress, as a philanthropist and through her scholarship endowment established at OU. Nancy was the Commencement speaker and addressed an audience of 14,000 graduates and their families delivering her 6 Rules of Success. The raucous response to her animation characters – Chuckie from The Rugrats, Bart Simpson and others from The Simpsons – opened up the graduates to her deeper messages including her own Six Rules for Success and the response was very strong. The University also produced a highly professional documentary of her visit and ultimately submitted it to film festivals in the region.
Since its inception in 2004, Nancy is very proud of her role as the co-founder of Happy House, a non-profit organization dedicated to “Building Better Families”. Through outreach, books and educational programs, the volunteers are currently helping many hundreds of youths in a unique and proven character-building program, called How to Make Good Choices based on The Way to Happiness. The program is delivered in after-school venues throughout California and is gaining traction in other U.S. areas and abroad. The results have been outstanding so far, prompting the Santa Barbara Boys and Girls Club to bestow their “Shining Star Award” on Nancy, and the Mayor of San Jose to commend Happy House & its San Jose Community United charter group for exemplary public service and benefit to the community. […]1
- Retrieved from https://web.archive.org/web/20160427173714/http://nancycartwright.com/biography/ ↩
November 2009, Tri-annual Issue
“Up and Coming News from Nancy Cartwright
Volume 14 Issue 3
Just From Nancy…
Yay for Fall!
Having been born and raised in Ohio, I have to admit that I totally miss the change of seasons here in Los Angeles. HOWEVER, I have this amazing sycamore tree that goes through its cycles season after season and I relish how glorious this time of year is by watching the changes in that tree.
Another way to know that it is Fall is because every October Fox premieres the Simpsons’ Halloween episode. This year’s spooky offering marked season 20, as you know, and the premiere party was a doozie! It was held at the Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica airport. Inside, we were invited to play a giant Twister game on a huge inflatable board, and get rolled down the bowling alley inside a giant bowling ball. There was a silk-screen station where all the guests could choose a pattern for a t-shirt, all gratis, of course.
Twenty down, twenty more to go!
For the Nonce, Nancy
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
• November 21 st – The Second Annual Children’s Day at Woodley Park
• January 30th – Reception for CSUN Performing Arts Center
• March 14th – Hosting International Family Film Festival
• April 16-18 – Ohio University appearance
• April 24th – Fifth Annual Happy House Poker Tournament and BBQ
Join Us for Children’s Day
Nancy is proud to once again be a part of Children’s Day – A Salute to Kids on November 21st at Woodley Park in the San Fernando Valley. She was a part of last year’s first Children’s Day event and this year promises to be bigger and better. There will be celebrities, music, dancing, carnival rides, rock climbing, face painting, arts and crafts as well as plays put on by other children.
The event will begin at 9 am and go until 4 in the afternoon. The best part is, admission is free. So join 50,000 people including children and their families and have a great day dedicated to the kids.
For more information, or for directions, visit the website, www.childrensday2009.com. See you there!
4th ANNUAL MONTE CARLO A HUGE SUCCESS
The 4th Annual Monte Carlo Night took place on October 3 with a Denim & Diamonds theme. It seems this party gets better every year!! Every one of the people in attendance—numbering over 500!—had a blast. Nancy, dressed in elegant cowgirl regalia, once again opened her home to raise additional funds for PALS (Police Activities League Supporters) to purchase materials needed for the various programs at the Greig Smith LAPD Devonshire Youth Center.
Loads of Nancy’s celebrity friends, professional poker players as well as a few hundred other people came for an evening of Texas Hold ‘Em and other games. Tom Kenny, the amazing voice of SpongeBob SquarePants, once again lent his talents as emcee of the festivities.
The celebrity guests mixed, mingled and played Monte Carlo games until the very end of the evening. Kirstie Alley, Camryn Manheim, Yancy Arias, Bill Smitrovich, Kate Linder, Stefanie Schaeffer, Patrick Cassidy, Derrick Williams, Jose Canseco, Dorian Harewood, and others joined Jamie Gold, World Series of Poker Main Event winner of 2006, as well as Poker pros Mary Jones (who once again hosted poker boot camp), Barbara Enright, Marsha Waggoner, Kristy Gazes and others. Mark Eddleman won the 1st Place Trophy. Second place went to Mike Armstrong and the third place winner was Marina Baroco.
The silent auction and Chinese raffle let several people bring home treasures including jewelry, specialty baskets and celebrity and sports memorabilia. Some lucky person even won lunch with Nancy!
The evening could not have been possible without the support of many people and sponsors including Innovative Artists, Polanti Watches, Rockstar, Before and After Mints, Wiseman & Burke, Law Offices of Leah Antonio-Ketcham, Esq., H20 Water, LifeSource Water, Fox Television and many others.
Thank you to all who contributed and attended. We look forward to seeing you next year!
[image: Nancy and Tom Kenny]
[Image: Winner Mark Eddleman flanked by pro Jamie Gold and Nancy]
happy house building better families
The Happy House 5th Annual Texas Hold’em Tournament and Party April 24th, 2010
Join host, Nancy Cartwright, for the 5th annual Happy House Texas Hold’em Party to raise funds for Happy House!
The event will be at Nancy’s house.
April 24th, Saturday from 1-6
Poker sign-in at noon
$60 to play, $15 dollars to attend, $10 Re-Buys!
Children under 12 are free.
Call 818.882.7483 or visit www.HappyHouse.Org
501c3 tax exempt number 20-4367250
© Happy House all rights reserved.
On September 19 and 20th Nancy had the honor of performing at her Alma Mater, Kettering-Fairmont High School in Kettering, OH. Returning to the theatre that gave her a start, director Ross Taylor cast six highly-gifted young actors to perform with Nancy, with narration by local television celebrity and anchorman for FOX 45, Pete Scalia.
The show, which benefited the local literacy group, Project Read, was a staged reading of the pulp-fiction era short story, If I Were You, by L. Ron Hubbard. Complete with background and cue-specific sound effects, the polished performance brought to life words from the age of popular fiction in America, circa 1930.
The young actors, who delivered a truly professional quality performance, included Kevin Erman as the evil Professor; Caroline Grogan as Tom’s loyal Maize Little; Jay Kain as the arrogant ringmaster, Mr. Schmidt; Allie Dyer as the lascivious circus owner, Mrs. Johnson; Katherine Ygbuhay as the trapped Betty the Trapeze Artist; and Tim Green as the courageous lion tamer, Jerry Gordon.
An experience like this is not easy to top but the biggest highlight of her journey back home was not on the stage but on the playing field. Nancy was invited by the Fairmont Firebirds marching band to “dot the I” in the pre-game Homecoming festivities. Following the run on to the field to a standing ovation from her hometown crowd, Nancy remarked. “I was in band in high school and even though I was squad leader my senior year and got us into so much trouble, nothing quite compares to “dotting the I” when you are into your 6th decade of life! What a hoot!”
PALS Youth Center Open for Business
On Sunday, October 25, a dream became reality with the opening of the Greig Smith LAPD Devonshire Youth Center in Northridge. The much awaited 5,500 square foot facility was introduced to the community by PALS President Lorraine New, Councilman Greig Smith, LAPD Deputy Chief Michael Moore, campaign co-chair Greg Baker, North Valley Honorary Mayor Nancy Cartwright and other local dignitaries and officials.
LAPD Devonshire PALS (Police Activities League Supporters) has spent five years raising the necessary funds to build a center dedicated to the community’s youth. Mayor Villaraigosa donated $1 million on behalf of the city; Nancy Cartwright’s annual Monte Carlo nights helped to raise funds as well as donations from the community’s businesses and individuals that helped to complete the project.
Instead of operating out of one room as they have been doing, PALS can now accommodate hundreds of young people monthly. Kids of all ages can take advantage of and enjoy after-school programs from sports to computer training, reading, tutoring, arts and numerous other activities.
The center has already been the site for local youth to enjoy Halloween and it will serve as a hub for educational, entertaining and fun activities for the children of the region, providing a safe and productive haven after school and on weekends and holidays. For more information, visit www.devonshire-pals.org.1
“It made me have a big smile on my face! My reactive mind is getting pushed out of my head. I can’t stop thinking of how happy I am!
“Sessions can actually HELP you! It helps your reactive mind go down instead of up. Having this auditing was very nice and I never have to worry about anything. I don’t have to do what my reactive mind says!”
–R.M. 7 years old
Another Success from Mace-Kingsley1
The Chemical Environment: Pick up a newspaper or watch the evening news and you are likely to see at least one story about toxic waste dumps, chemical spills, or the alarming health risks posed by new and old contaminants.
More than 3,000 chemicals are deliberately added to the foods one commonly finds in a supermarket. Over 700 different chemical compounds have been found in common drinking water. Thousands of tons of pesticides are directly applied to the environment each year.
Whether you are aware of it or not, these harmful chemicals affect your child’s life. They can adversely affect your child’s health, dull their senses and zap them of their energy and vitality for life.
L. Ron Hubbard’s findings demonstrate that chemicals stay in the body long after their effects have supposedly “worn off.” They are stored in the fatty tissues of the body. Additionally, he discovered far-reaching mental and spiritual effects caused by the accumulations, quite in addition to their effects on the body itself. Mental dullness, the inability to think clearly, slow reaction time, and poor concentration are just some of what could be affecting your child. The avenues to learning and improved awareness are effectively blocked.
It’s a pretty bleak picture – unless you can do something about it.
Fortunately, now you can.
The PURIFICATION RUNDOWN is the effective program, validated by thousands of success stories from all over the world of people from all walks of life. Don’t wait, get your child on the Purification Rundown today! […]1
- What can the Purification Rundown Life Improvement procedure do for your child? (2008). (Advertisement.) Mace-Kingsley Family Center Newsletter 45, 3. PDF format. ↩
[Image caption: Greg Smith Senior Case Supervisor Mace-Kingsley Family Center]
Hi! Welcome to the 45th installment of the letter from the C/S. Once again my name is Greg Smith, New OT VIII, Class VI auditor, Grad V C/S and Senior Case Supervisor of Mace-Kingsley Family Center.
The topic of this month’s letter is Keeping Scientology Working, your children and your family.
Here’s a scenario: your two children, ages 3 and 7 are fighting over a toy, screaming and hitting each other, causing a ruckus. What do you do? Well, there are a large number of wrong things you could do, but probably only a handful of right actions. LRH has done all the research for us. He has laid out the tools for us to first study and then apply to this situation and to any other situation that comes up in life.
All of you should be taking full advantage of the Basics and getting into your local orgs and missions to get through them. There are so many gems of data that you come across daily in the studies of the Basics that you can apply to your kids and your family! Sure, do some auditor training and learn to take preclears in session and give them case gain. But definitely don’t neglect all the existing data on raising kids, smooth handling of families, etc. that are found all through the Basics.
Keeping Scientology Working series number one states,
“1) Having the correct technology; 2) Knowing the technology.”
This says it all right here—if you run into a scenario like I have lain out above and you don’t know anything to do but jump into the fray and administer some corporal punishment, you are not keeping Scientology working—period.
A quick handling for the above scenario — from FREEDOM CONGRESS, tape 7 July 1957, CHILD SCIENTOLOGY — “… it’s a funny thing, but if you take a child who is having a—well, he’s having a fight with some other child. And if you merely assume that he’s either tired or hungry, you’re right. See? He’s having a fight, so you assume he’s tired or hungry. Feed him and put him to bed.”
It’s so simple, and yet very effective.
This tape is part of the Congress series which have now been out for about 2 years. Many of you have probably heard this lecture and know and apply this datum. But we all are Scientologists and need to keep Scientology working by obtaining and actually listening to these lectures as well as doing the Basics courses.
The next vital step is for you to get your children onto services too, whether it’s some beginning courses, starting them on Introductory Auditing, or getting them onto their Purification Rundown. Scientologists are made by the individual doing services and having wins. Your children are no different. They deserve to go free just like everyone else.
Now just imagine what it would be like if all existing Scientologists got all the way through their Basic books & lectures courses and all the Congresses. This is already happening, to a large degree. But imagine if it was completely done. There would be so much rightness present on this planet as a result that I’m sure the entire society would change for the better. So let’s do it!
Okay, that’s all for now. Stay in touch with your emails and letters with wins, questions, anything you want to tell me. I hope to see you all soon.
Senior Case Supervisor,
Mace Kingsley Family Center1