The Lung Association Helps You Chip Away At Your Christmas List!

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The Lung Association Helps You Chip Away At Your Christmas List!

Saskatchewan, December 19, 2011 - Let The Lung Association help you chip away at your Christmas shopping list! Purchase your friends and family members a 2012 Golf Privilege Club Book for only $35. Your favourite golfers can enjoy discounts at over 90 courses in Saskatchewan.

The book also includes over 200 bonus courses in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, and Washington State. Your special someone can take advantage of free or reduced green fees, power cart discounts, driving range offers, and much more. They can also shop all year long at well-known Saskatchewan golf retailers using discounts found in the book.

This is a gift that your friend or family member can enjoy all summer long. And you can feel good knowing that the proceeds from the book enables The Lung Association of Saskatchewan to provide programs, services and research to help the people in our province affected by lung disease.

Don't wait – Christmas will be here before you know it! For more information or to purchase your 2012 Golf Privilege Club Book today, please call 1-888-566-5864 or order on-line. Books are also available at selected retailers around the province. Please call or visit our website to find a location near you.

About The Lung Association

Established in 1911, The Lung Association is Saskatchewan's oldest health charity. We are the premier source of lung health information in our province. Our quality educational materials, programs, services and treatment guidelines are based on current evidence-based research. The Lung Association is active in communities across Saskatchewan conducting lung disease prevention and management programs that include asthma, COPD, sleep apnea, lung cancer and smoking cessation. We also provide training for health care professionals, deliver health education in schools, facilitate patient support groups, and lobby for clean air.

For more information, please contact:

Sharon Kremeniuk
Vice President – Development
The Lung Association of Saskatchewan
Phone: 306-352-2004 (Regina)

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