The American Cancer Society’s Daffodils Days is March 23rd this year.     The daffodil is the first flower of spring and a symbol of HOPE.  The American Cancer Society is offering fresh daffodils to raise money for cancer research, education, advocacy, and patient support programs.  You can help spread HOPE to cancer patients by ordering daffodils for your family, friends, and clients.  Bring a little sunshine and a ray of hope into someone’s life. Daffodils will be available for pick-up at the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall at 400 North Michigan Street in Plymouth on March 23rd from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. One bunch of fresh daffodils is 10 flowers and costs $10.   A $25 Gift of Hope donation funds cancer research, education, local patient services, and advocacy efforts. They also allow the Society to deliver bouquets of daffodils anonymously to cancer patients in hospitals, medical centers, and doctor’s offices.  The deadline to order is March 7th.

Daffodil orders can be made by contacting Joan Hunt at 574-229-2846 or Betty Kay Eley at 574-780-6452.