Hope blooms in Daffodil Day

Cancer survivors are keen to do their bit this Friday
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HOPES FOR BRIGHT FUTURE: Carole Martin and Heather Champlin, members of Cancer Council Victoria’s Wangaratta Volunteer Group, are passionate about supporting cancer research and services for those affected by the disease through local events like the group’s Daffodil Day stall. PHOTO: Mel Guy

THE first sign of daffodils means more than the approach of spring to Wangaratta’s Heather Champlin and Carole Martin.

Both Cancer Council Victoria Wangaratta Volunteer Group members, the two cancer survivors see the bright yellow blooms for the symbol of hope they have become through the annual Daffodil Day fundraiser, to be held this Friday.

And they are ready and willing to man the stall the local group has organised for the day at the Reid Street kiosk, selling fresh daffodils, as well as homemade cakes, slices and jams, and Cancer Council Daffodil Day merchandise.

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