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PROUD: Daffodil Day was a hit on the Northern Beaches.
PROUD: Daffodil Day was a hit on the Northern Beaches. Contributed

EVERY year, thousands of Cancer Council volunteers hit the streets and shopping centres on Daffodil Day to raise vital funds for cancer research, education programs and support for the 1.1 million Australians impacted by cancer.

In Woolgoolga, two teams co-ordinated by Woolgoolga Lions Club member Jean Vickery helped to raise funds.

Jean said she would like to thank the Woolgoolga community for its generous support.

Secretary for the Woolgoolga Red Cross, Judith Jackson said "the daffodils proved popular and sold out quickly soon followed by the merchandise”.

With the support of the Woolgoolga and Northern Beaches community, $1934 was raised.

"This generous support of Daffodil day sends a great message and brings the Cancer Council one step closed to a cancer free future,” Judith said.

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