December 25, 2010 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
Spectrum Athletic Club

While the holidays are oftentimes centered around children, it ‘ not uncommon for many seniors to feel neglected. For many reasons, they may be isolated and alone during this time of year. In an effort to make the season a little brighter for them, Spectrum Athletic Clubs throughout the South Bay (El Segundo, Howard Hughes, Rolling Hills and Redondo Beach) are organizing “Be A Santa To A Senior.”
Festively decorated trees will be situated in the lobbies of these clubs and members and the general public will be asked to remove an ornament that contains the name and wish of an elderly person who, otherwise, might be forgotten during the holidays. Volunteers are then encouraged to purchase the desired gift and return it to the club unwrapped before Friday, December 10. A wrapping party, also open to the public, will be held on Thursday, December 16 from (time) to (time). The gifts will be distributed the week of December 20 to needy seniors identified by the nonprofit Home Instead Senior Care of Torrance.
“Were delighted to do our part to brighten the lives of those who are oftentimes forgotten during the holidays, the senior,” said Bud Rockhill, president and CEO of Spectrum Athletic Clubs.
For more information, call (ph #) or visit www.spectrumclubs.com.
Recognized as one of the 10 largest fitness companies in the U.S. with 23 locations throughout Southern California and Texas, Spectrum Athletic Clubs offer spacious award-winning facilities, state-of-the-art equipment, high-end amenities, highly trained staff and a full range of fitness programming. Visit www.spectrumclubs.com for more information and locations.

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