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Suffolk Community College Celebrates Tobacco Free Campuses

All Suffolk County Community College campuses are now tobacco free.

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Selden, NY - September 2, 2015 - All Suffolk County Community College campuses are now tobacco free. The college held a celebratory news conference and informational gathering on September 2 supported by the Suffolk County Cheer Team, front row, L TO R,  Diana Ferretti, Anastasia Cutolo,  Anne Sabella, Holly Fenech, Tobacco-Free Committee student member Elisandra Fini of Huntington;  Alexandria Peters, Melissa Isikli, Serena Guccione and Tiffani Pierro.

The smoke free policy began the first day of classes on August 27.

Pictured: (back row) The Suffolk Shark mascot, Dr. Jason Hitner, college medical director; Suffolk County Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D.; Dan Jacobson, North Shore/LIJ Health Systems; Suffolk County Community College President Dr. Shaun L. McKay; Executive Dean James Keane, Suffolk Legislators Sara Anker and Kara Hahn.

 

 

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