CENTURION CLUB INTERNATIONAL

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Location: 10105 Asher St c/o Armando El Monte CA 91733 USA

Mission: The purpose of Centurion Club International is to focus on three vital issues: • Mind: Fight the declining national "Brain Drain" in math and science • Body: Organize an annual fitness event to promote exercise • Heart: Giving to those in need, with a special focus on City of Hope during the holiday season
Results: "BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER"
Programs: Mind: Centurion Club International will identify students in high school, community colleges and universities who show a special gift in the areas of math and science. These students will benefit from the following two programs: 1. A scholarship fund. 2. A program of instruction in which interested students will be tutored and mentored. Body: Heart disease is the number one killer for Americans. Obesity, diabetes, and lack of exercise plague both adults and children alike. The Centurion Club International will organize an annual fitness event, the Centurion Club Fitness Challenge, including prizes and awards, to address these issues. The goal is to stimulate exercise and training, create massive participation, provide incentives for members and build a network of support and sponsors. Heart: Childhood is a special place. Unfortunately, not all children have a care free childhood. Every Christmas CENTURION CLUB INTERNATIONAL will buy selected toys, books, and donate money to Children hospitals who care for children who are ill. Your support helps a child feel loved. Any contribution of books, toys or money will bring a smile to the faces of children who face a battle with an unfortunate illness.
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