Daffodil month descends on Rossland

Join the fight with the Canadian Cancer Society during “Daffodil Month” and help Canadians living with cancer.

Dorothy Northrup RBC Retiree presents a cheque for $500 to Kathy Bowcock, Treasurer for the Rossland Unit of the Canadian Cancer Society and volunteers Margaret Aldrich, Mary Hatlevik. Patricia Piper and Nellie Fisher.

Dorothy earned this grant money by volunteering over 40 hours to the Canadian Cancer Society in 2013.  The grant money was used to purchase a CCS banner and sandwich board and will be visible for the first time on Thursday, April 3 and Friday April 4 at Ferrraro Foods as Rossland kicks off “Daffodil Month” selling bunches of the springtime flower.

Join the fight with the Canadian Cancer Society during “Daffodil Month” and help Canadians living with cancer.  Buy fresh cut daffodils, wear a daffodil pin and support the door-to-door canvassers.

 

 

 

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