Groups receive funding for tobacco control projects
Local organizations including Camp Fire Boys and Girls and the City of Kirkland have received funds from the Tobacco Free Coalition of Washington Sno-King for projects to mobilize communities around tobacco prevention and control. A total of $33,000 was awarded.
Funding is received from the Department of Health, which receives tobacco prevention and control money from the National Cancer Institute as part of Project ASSIST: the American Stop Smoking Intervention Study for Cancer Prevention.
For information, call 298-4477.