The American Lung Association of Florida – Central Area has recognized Seminole State College's Asthma Assassins as its VoLUNGteers of the Week.
Made up of enthusiastic students from the College's Respiratory Care Program, the Asthma Assassins are avid supporters of the American Lung Association's programs and fundraising events.
They routinely visit elementary schools for the Open Airways for Schools Program, an asthma management program for third through fifth-graders, and their team has been one of the top teams for the annual Fight for Air Run/Walk.
Seminole State College is a sponsor of this year's fight for Air Run/Walk, and the Asthma Assassins, led by Program Manager Mark Carey and Professor Michael Santiago, have already raised almost $2,000.
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