Letter to the editor: Get flowers; brighten a daySoon the gray winter months will be over and spring will be here. That means many things, but to the American Cancer Society, it means Daffodil Days.
Soon the gray winter months will be over and spring will be here. That means many things, but to the American Cancer Society, it means Daffodil Days. Celebrating Daffodil Days is about much more than sharing beautiful flowers; it’s about creating a world with less cancer and more birthdays – where cancer never steals another year from anyone’s life.
There are many ways to become involved with American Cancer Society Daffodil Days including volunteering your time to help coordinate daffodil orders at your business, church, or school. We also need help delivering daffodils during the week of March 15-19.
Make a minimum $10 donation to receive a bunch of approximately 10 daffodils. A donation of $25 get a special bouquet. You might also consider donating $25, which allows a Gift of Hope bouquet to be given anonymously to local patients undergoing cancer treatment.
Daffodil Days is a great way to share your support for those who have or have had cancer. We’re hoping that the communities of Two Harbors and Silver Bay will get involved. Preorders are due by Feb. 19.
Contact Carmen McGregor at 218-834-4880 or Tracy Tiboni at North Shore Federal Credit Union. Please consider supporting our fight against cancer by giving your time or making a donation.
From Jodi Ryan and Joni Tauzell, American Cancer Society, Duluth