Sioux County Cancer Society Selling Daffodils

Hawarden, Iowa — A fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life — Daffodil Sales — are going on in Sioux County.
American Cancer Society Spokesperson Teresa Vande Pol says daffodils are the first flower of spring and the bright symbol of hope. To the American Cancer Society, she says the daffodil symbolizes the hope we all share for of cure where cancer no longer threatens those we love. According to Vande Pol, Daffodil Days has empowered people to make a difference in the fight against cancer by raising funds and awareness to help beat the disease. She says cancer has touched us all in some way.

To order your daffodils for $10 a bunch contact Personal Touch Designs in Hull, Something Special in Rock Valley, Flowers By Jan in Hawarden, Petals & Perks in Sioux Center or April’s Floral Boutique in Orange City by March 1. Daffodils will be available to be picked up the week of March 15-19. Please make checks payable to Sioux County Daffodils.

The Sioux County Relay for Life has been scheduled for June 10th, 2016 at the Sioux Center track.

O’Brien County Daffodil orders are being taken from now through February 18th. Click here for more information.

The Osceola County chapter of the American Cancer Society is also selling daffodils this spring, but details have not yet been released.

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