Celebrate Leap Year with a Breath of Spring!

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Celebrate Leap Year with a Breath of Spring!

Saskatoon, February 13, 2012 - The Lung Association of Saskatchewan encourages you to celebrate Leap Year with a Breath of Spring! On February 28 and 29, The Lung Association of Saskatchewan is delivering bunches of fresh cut tulips to those businesses that have placed orders by the February 17 deadline. Flowers will also be available to purchase at all three Saskatoon hospitals on February 29.

The Breath of Spring Tulip Campaign is a great volunteer opportunity and takes only a few hours of time. "We could not execute a campaign of this magnitude without a strong compliment of volunteers," states Pam Jansen, Campaign Coordinator. "We depend on our volunteers to process and deliver orders to Saskatoon businesses, to sell the flowers at the hospitals, and to collect orders at your place of work."

It is not too late to get involved. Please volunteer your time to help make this campaign a tremendous success! For more information please call 651-3347 or visit us at www.sk.lung.ca/tulips.

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.

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For more information, please contact:

Stella Spanos
Operations Associate
Phone: 306-667-3010 (Saskatoon)

Sharon Kremeniuk
Vice President – Development
Phone: 306-352-2004 (Regina)

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