Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will attend the After-School All-Stars third annual Reaching For The Stars Gala on February 18 at the Beverly Hilton.

ASAS was founded by Honorary Co-Chair Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to provide comprehensive after-school programs to at-risk middle and high school youth. Encompassing 13 chapters in major cities across the country, ASAS serves more than 81,000 kids on 450 school campuses. In Los Angeles alone, more than 3,000 students per day participate at one of 21 campuses, making it one of the largest chapters in the nation.

The “Educate, Enlighten and Inspire” Awards will be given this year to Henry Cisneros, Executive Chairman of CityView; Sabrina Kay, Chairman and CEO of Fremont College; Todd Wagner, Co-Founder of Broadcast.com and 2929 Entertainment.

The charity hopes you will be able to join them and become part of their effort to ensure that all children, in spite of where they live, are given the tools and encouragement needed to be successful. By attending, you will bring attention and notoriety to this important cause and play a critical role in making this event a success. While we face unsure economic times today, the organization can think of no better investment than our youth, who will pave the way to a better future for all of us.

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