Daffodil orders being taken
Fundraiser for The American Cancer Society
February 11, 2010
In January, February and March The American Cancer Society holds its annual Daffodil Days program to raise money to help people with cancer and their families. Orders are now being taken for the flowers in the Sublette County area. The colorful flowers are delivered in March, coinciding with the beginning of spring (usually the third week of the month). Orders for flowers in Sublette County must be in by Wednesday. February 24th. Flowers will be in the week of March 15th.
Why daffodils? As one of the first flowers of spring, the daffodil is a symbol of hope. To the American Cancer Society, the daffodil represents the hope we all share for a future where cancer is no longer a life-threatening disease. In America, cancer impacts 1 in every 2 men and 1 in every 3 women is at risk of developing cancer. Your donation to the Daffodil Days program helps the American Cancer Society help people stay well and get well, find cures, and fight back against this disease. During the last 14 years, Daffodil Days has raised more than $240 million in gross revenue to support the American Cancer Society's mission to eliminate cancer as a life-threatening disease.
$10 for a bouquet of 10 daffodils
$25 for 3 bouquets
$25 for 1 bouquet and a stuffed bear
$225 for ½ case (25 bouquets)
$425 for a case of 50 bouquets
In Pinedale contact Adele Legerski at 307-231-4031. In Big Piney/Marbleton contact Anita at the Marbleton Town Hall, 307-276-3815.
See The American Cancer Society website for more details: