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Founded in 1989 by Lynn Peters Adler, J.D.
Centenarian Expert and Older Adults Advocate

National Centenarian Awareness Project


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Recognition Program


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ABC Special
"Live to be 150"  Behind the scene



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Video Excerpt
"Centenarians Tell
It Like It Is"

Excerpts from
Lynn's Book:
The Bonus Years

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Honor Flight

In Memoriam

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Centenarian Registry:

Do you know someone 99 years old or older?  
Sign up for our Centenarian Network.

Our Centenarian Network is a national registry database of 99 year olds and older. National Centenarian Awareness Project (NCAP), a nonprofit organization for which Lynn Peters Adler is the director, believes it is a great distinction to live to 100 years or more and honors all centenarians for this achievement and their contributions to our past. Additionally, NCAP celebrates these active centenarians as role models for the future of aging. NCAP also works with community entities to promote recognition of our eldest citizens. NCAP recognizes centenarians with a personalized certificate. 
       Has your favorite centenarian achieved 100 years of life? If so, request a Centenarian Certificate from National Centenarian Awareness Project. Click here to learn how to request a certificate.

Privacy Policy: Signing up a centenarian is completely safe. Names in the national registry are kept confidential, unless specific permission is given by the centenarian and/or family member on a case-by-case basis, in order to protect the identity of participants from unwanted solicitation or contacts.



Centenarians are from all walks of life
and enjoy a variety of activities.

       George Blevins (pictured at right) won the past two National Senior Games singles tournaments for the over 75 age group first in Hampton, Va., four years ago and then two years ago in Pittsburgh, Pa. 
       George says proudly: "I've been bowling regularly for 93 years. I don't think anyone else can say that." 

Click to read more about George Blevins.


George Blevins, a 2007 National Senior Games medalist
George Blevins - 2007
National Senior Games medalist.

Click to read stories about centenarians.

Contact Lynn Peters Adler, J.D.

Or simply fill out the following form and click SEND!

All information given to the National Centenarian
Awareness Project is kept strictly confidential.

Items marked with an * are required

*Your name


*Name of 99 year old or older

*Birth Date of 99 year old or older

*Address of 99 year old or older

*Relationship (son, daughter, grandson, friend, neighbor, etc...)

*Your telephone number

Your address

City, State, Country, Zip Code

Tell us about your centenarian. Let us know about any hobbies,
activities or interests.  

Please consider sending us photos of your centenarian, current and from the past. NCAP has several on-going projects.

To attach a photo to this form, click the "Browse" button and locate the picture on your computer. Select the picture, then click "Open." Click "Send" at the bottom of this page to send this form and your photo.

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