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Tee up Lung Association support

Sharon Korol, BC Lung Association volunteer director for Campbell River, is encouraging local golfers to pick up a Golf Privilege Club Membership Book to support the Lung Association’s work to improve lung health. - Photo submitted
Sharon Korol, BC Lung Association volunteer director for Campbell River, is encouraging local golfers to pick up a Golf Privilege Club Membership Book to support the Lung Association’s work to improve lung health.
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Flowers are blooming and the weather’s improving – sure signs for golfers to swing into savings with the BC Lung Association’s Golf Privilege Club Membership Book.

“Our membership book saves golfers hundreds of dollars for less than the price of one round of golf. It’s also a great way for golfers to pay less and play more while supporting the Lung Association’s work to improve lung health in British Columbia,” says Sharon Korol, BC Lung Association Volunteer Director for Campbell River.

For only $35, the membership book entitles golfers to discounts at more than 120 courses across BC and Washington State.

All proceeds go to BC Lung Association’s various programs and services.

Save on golf while supporting the 1 in 5 British Columbians living with breathing problems. Buy a Golf Privilege Club Book today.

Visit www.golfandsave.ca or call 1.800.665.5864.

About the BC Lung Association

For more than 100 years, the BC Lung Association has been the voice and primary resource for lung health in Canada.

Founded to fight tuberculosis, the BC Lung Association today fights lung disease in all its forms, with special emphasis on tobacco control, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, environmental health and air quality.

A non-profit, non-governmental organization, the BC Lung Association acts as an educational resource for the general public as well as those living with respiratory conditions.

The BC Lung Association also specializes in patient support programs, community services and advanced medical research.

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