Letters to Editor

Nevin and Verona Hughes with customer Ray Cawthorne on Daffodil Day, August 25,  2017.

Nevin and Verona Hughes with customer Ray Cawthorne on Daffodil Day, August 25, 2017.

On behalf of the local Daffodil Day Committee we would like to thank the Grenfell Bowling Club for the use of their facilities and the Grenfell Rugby League Club for allowing us to be part of their fundraising night where we were able to sell Cancer Council merchandise. We would also like to thank  Mawhoods IGA for allowing us to set up a stall in the supermarket. We raised over $1500 for the Cancer Council and the communities support is greatly appreciated.

Nevin and Verona Hughes, Yvonne Balcomb and Beverly Ellery.

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On behalf of Cancer Council NSW, I would like to thank the entire community of Grenfell for supporting someone they know affected by cancer by celebrating Daffodil Day on Friday, 25 August. Across Western NSW, it is predicted that approximately 1864 people will be diagnosed with cancer in a single year. Cancer Council NSW is committed to reducing this burden and events such as Daffodil Day are vital to this effort. Every donation, no matter how big or small, helps Cancer Council NSW in our mission to beat cancer. As an organisation that is 96 per cent community funded, we simply couldn’t do this without the Grenfell community. Thank you once again to all local volunteers for your ongoing support of Daffodil Day. 

Yours Sincerely,    

Brianna Carracher

Communications and Events Coordinator – Cancer Council NSW, Western Region 

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