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Judy Andresky

Posted on February 3, 2010

Cal U again will participate in one of the American Cancer Society's oldest and most beloved fundraising programs, Daffodil Days.

As the first flower of spring, the daffodil represents hope and renewal. To the American Cancer Society, the daffodil symbolizes the hope for a rapid cure for this disease.

Society supporters can order a bunch of 10 cut daffodils for $10; a pot of mini-daffodils for $12; a vase with daffodils for $15; or the "Birthdays R. Hope" collectible Boyd's Bear with daffodils for $25. Daffodil lollipops are available for $1 each.

Order forms have been distributed; additional copies are available in Duda Hall, Room 111.

Checks should be made payable to the American Cancer Society. Orders are due by Feb. 17; send them to campus coordinator Judy Andresky, of the College of Liberal Arts, at Box 52.

Flowers will be ready for pickup after 11 a.m. on March 17.

During the last 14 years, Daffodil Days has raised more than $240 million in gross revenue to support this life threatening disease.