Former Major League Baseball Players Visit Lakewood Regional Medical Center
LOS ANGELES, April 6, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Former Los Angeles Dodger Ken Landreaux and former Minnesota Twin, Darrell Jackson, board members of The 10-20 Club, took time out of their busy schedule to visit Lakewood Regional Medical Center to express their gratitude for the hospital's support. The 10-20 Club is a nonprofit outreach organization whose mission is to "help our youth, help themselves." They Provide after school activities, intervention and program services to young people between the ages of 10 and 20 years of age. Since 1995, The 10-20 Club has been helping young people in Los Angeles County.
"Organizations like The 10-20 Club play an integral role in the community by investing in our most important resource, the youth of the community. That's why we stand with them and are honored to support them with their mission," said Joe Badalian, President and CEO of Lakewood Regional Medical Center.
The 10-20 Club second annual charity golf tournament is on Friday, April 8, 2011. The funds raised by the golf tournament will help expand The 10-20 Club, allowing the organization to develop its services in other cities in Los Angeles County. Several other former major league players will be participating in the fundraiser including: Kevin Mitchel, Blue Moon Odom, Al Downing, Ken Landreaux, and Tommy Davis.
For more information about The 10-20 Club golf tournament or to learn how you may support their foundation, you may reach them at 562.622-1020 or by going to www.10-20club.org
Lakewood Regional Medical Center strives to provide quality healthcare, based on the diverse needs of the community, utilizing appropriate technological, financial and human resources, with an abiding concern for the dignity, comfort and safety of all individuals served. For more information about Lakewood Regional Medical Center go to www.lakewoodregional.com
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