February 11, 2008


Keeping pace with the ever changing markets Centurion will no longer be principals in health care infrastructure projects. Centurions will seek to achieve its financial objectives primarily by investing in both public and private shares of health related companies.

There are no limitations on the kinds of securities or instruments in which Centurion may trade including distress debt. Consequently, we may cause the Company's assets to be traded in all forms of equity or debt securities, financial instruments or agreements, including but not limited to domestic and foreign preferred and common stock, convertible securities, warrants, rights, bonds, money market instruments, commodities, options and derivative instruments. Such securities may be publicly traded on an exchange, listed in the over-the-counter markets or privately placed with a limited trading market.