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you attempt to use your social networking account on this site, you will have to:
1. Log into your social networking site.
2. Give permission for the American Lung Association (ALA) to access your social networking profile.
3. Validate your social network profile by either LINKING it to a new or existing LungUSA.org online account.
If you already have a LungUSA.org website account or if you have ALREADY REGISTERED FOR THIS EVENT: During the social networking validation step, select the option labeled “Have an account already? Log in here”.
If you DON’T already have a LungUSA.org website account: During the social networking validation step, verify the information that was obtained from your social networking site and click “Register”.
More detailed help is available in the “Registration Instructions” under the FAQ menu.
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Welcome to my Personal Page
Johnny Mango World Cafe & Bar
The Morganti Family
No one should struggle to breathe. That is why I am walking in the Fight For Air Walk.
My team was formed with a particular mission--to raise money for lung cancer research.
My mom passed away on October 20, 2010 after a six-month battle with lung cancer. By the time the disease was detected, it was already in Stage 4. Much more research is needed in regards to both prevention and treatment of lung cancer. It is a devastating disease.
However, this is not the only lung disease out there. Asthma, COPD and emphysema are all just as important. Your donation to the Fight for Air Walk help the American Lung Association in their efforts to educate the public about these diseases and how they can be prevented.
Please either join me and register for the walk or make a generous donation to the American Lung Association to support our FIGHT FOR AIR.
Thank you for joining this important fight for children with asthma, teens who are pressured to start smoking, people with lung cancer and emphysema, and everyone who wants to breathe healthy air in our communities.