A good day for Cancer Council

EACH year Jan Lemon from the Glen Innes NAB along with helpers from the Glen Innes Lioness Club hit the streets to raise money for Daffodil Day.
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Daffodil Day fell on Friday and Mrs Lemon and her helpers raised almost $1000 for the Cancer Council.

Daffodil Day is one of Australia’s best known and most popular fundraising events. Each day more than 100 Australians will die of cancer.

It raises funds for Cancer Council to continue its work in cancer research, providing patient support programs and prevention programs to all Australians. Daffodil Day helps grow hope for better treatments, hope for more survivors, and hope for a cure.

Daffodil Day merchandise included teddy bears, wrist bands, key rings, nail files and paper clips.

The figure of $973.30 is up on last year in a pleasing result.

The stand was set up outside the NAB from 9am until noon, following that Mrs Lemon and Heather Black walked the streets to sell the remainder of the fresh daffodils.

Merchandise will still be available at the NAB for two weeks.

Cap: Jan Lemon from the NAB, Heather Black from the Lioness Club with customers Caitlyn and Ashleigh Morrison.

o Daffodil Day : Jan Lemon from the NAB, Heather Black from the Lioness Club with customers Caitlyn and Ashleigh Morrison.

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