Get Ready for Spring!

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Get Ready for Spring!

We, at The Lung Association, are a very optimistic group of people. We believe that spring WILL arrive this year and we’d like to help you get ready for it!

There is no better time to once again purchase your 2011 Golf Privilege Club Book and take advantage of great discounts at over 100 golf courses in Saskatchewan. With bonus discounts at hundreds of other courses in Alberta, BC, Manitoba, Washington State, Arizona, and Montana, you can save wherever you travel this summer!

Still only $35, it will not take you long to start saving money. Use just one or two of the coupons and the book will pay for itself in no time! Take advantage of free or reduced green fees, power cart discounts, driving range offers, and much more. You can also shop all year long at well-known Saskatchewan golf retailers by using discounts included in the book.

For more information or to purchase your 2011 Golf Privilege Club Book today, please call 651-3347 (in Saskatoon) or 1-888-651-3347 (elsewhere). Or visit us at Books are also available at selected retailers around the province.

About The Lung Association - Established in 1911, The Lung Association is Saskatchewan’s oldest health charity. You have come to know and trust The Lung Association as the premier source for lung health in our province. All of our quality educational materials, programs, services and treatment guidelines are based on current evidence-based research. You will find The Lung Association active in communities across Saskatchewan conducting lung disease prevention and management programs that include Asthma, COPD, sleep apnea, lung cancer and smoking cessation. The Lung Association also provides training for health care professionals, delivers health education in schools, facilitates patient support groups, and lobbies for clean air.


For more information, please contact:


Chantelle Bonogofski, Project Coordinator

The Lung Association of Saskatchewan

Phone: 306-651-3347 (Saskatoon)



Sharon Kremeniuk, VP - Development

The Lung Association of Saskatchewan

Phone: 306-352-2004 (Regina)


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