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The Phoenix Kroc Center opens in 57 days, 0 hours, 44 minutes and 36 seconds

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Painting the shield on the gym floor at the Phoenix South Mountain Kroc Center!

The Salvation Army Kroc Center in Phoenix South Mountain will open in 57 days, 0 hours, 44 minutes and 36 seconds from the moment I wrote this post! That’s according to the countdown clock on the upper right of the Phoenix Kroc’s website.

It will be the sixth Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in the Western US. Already opened are Kroc Centers in San Diego; San Francisco; Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; Salem, Oregon and Kapolei, Hawaii. After Phoenix there will be one more center to open in Suisun City, California – located in Solano County near Fairfield.

The Kroc Center in Phoenix South Mountain is comprised of four major components: a center of worship and performance venue, an aquatics center, fitness and recreation center, and special event facilities.

I’m going to a Salvation Army conference in Phoenix next week and will see this lovely facility with my very own eyes. I can’t wait!

In the meantime, you too find out more about what’s in store at The Salvation Army Phoenix South Mountain Kroc Center by enjoying the photos – snapped by National Advisory Board Member extraordinaire Marlene Klotz Collins – and following the links below.

>> Visit their beautiful website to learn more – Click here

>> Fill out the membership application – Click here

>> Check out job opportunities  – Click here

>> Like The Salvation Army Kroc Center in Phoenix South Mountain on Facebook – Click here

>> And, follow RJKroc on Twitter at @LetsKrocAboutIt

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