THE Bombala community is always eager to get behind a good cause, and despite cloudy skies and the threatening cold, Daffodil Day was warmly embraced last Friday, August 24.
Daffodil Day merchandise has been available at several local businesses and even through our schools throughout August, and last Friday saw plenty of customers showing their support.
Some went home with Daffodil Day pens and badges, while others splurged on a Daffodil Day bear or footy for the kids, but all were happy to pop a few dollars in the Daffodil Day box.
By taking the time to donate on Daffodil Day, locals throughout the district helped make a real difference and give hope for a brighter, cancer-free future.
If you didn’t get a chance to donate on Daffodil Day, please visit www.daffodilday.com.au