Articles in Kroc Centers
NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” contestant Thomas “TC” Poole was the first to be eliminated, but he is continuing in his weight loss goals on his own at home. Follow this link to a “Where are They Now” clip featuring TC and his family getting in a good workout at our Kroc Center in Salem.
The Phoenix South Mountain Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center had their grand opening and dedication this past weekend and already there are some pretty impressive statistics to report: 350 people attended Sunday’s worship service, more than 1,500 memberships have been sold, and more!
Here are some of the raw numbers from The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Phoenix South Mountain which describe exactly what goes into building a world-class community center: More than 600 total construction days; 360,000 construction man-hours, averaging 75 workers on-site daily…
That’s according to the countdown clock on the upper right of the Phoenix Kroc’s website.
Luke Rocheleau is a filmmaker and a Salvationist. Recently, he had the pleasure of working with Sean Astin on a Lifetime Channel film called “Adopting Terror.”
The good news: The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Kapolei, Hawaii opens in a few days! The bad news: I’m not there splashing around in the Olympic-sized pool, eating local cuisine prepared in the Kroc’s restaurant-quality kitchen.
On this day in history, The Salvation Army announced the generous estate gift of Joan B. Kroc, widow of McDonalds founder Ray Kroc. At $1.5 billion, Mrs. Kroc’s donation was the largest individual charitable gift in history!
In the early part of 2012 a brand new Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center will open in paradise. By that I mean, Hawaii! Made possible by the generous estate gift of Joan B. Kroc, widow of McDonalds founder Ray Kroc, the center will feature first-class education and recreational facilities in an area of Hawaii where the need is great and opportunity is limited.