The American Lung Association’s tradition of sending out Christmas Seals is entering its 93rd year. The seals, which are about the size of a stamp, are a fundraiser. Tracey Fees of the Iowa chapter of the Lung Association says most people like to put them on their Christmas cards. Fees says the money raised from the Christmas Seals helps fund a variety of activities, such as programs for children with asthma.Fees says you may’ve already recieved your Christmas Seals in the mail. If not, they should arrive sometime in the next week or so.
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