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by Tracy Will
Tue, Feb 1st 2011 08:15 am


It's that time of year again, when the American Cancer Society welcomes spring with their symbol of hope, the daffodil, while raising money to support the fight against cancer.  The daffodil symbolizes the hope that one day we'll live in a world without cancer, a world with more birthdays.

The American Cancer Society's Daffodil Days program has been giving hope to millions fighting cancer for over 35 years.  CIR is proud to say that we've been participating in Daffodil Days almost every year for longer than we can remember, at least 15 or 20 years!  We hope you'll join us in supporting Daffodil Days this year by spreading the word, donating, or becoming a coordinator.

For more information about the event, visit Daffodil Days of Western New York's Facebook Page.  In their photo album they have product pictures with descriptions and their coordinator kit with order forms.  Their page also has contact information if you're interested in becoming a Daffodil Days Coordinator.  "Like" their page to keep connected and then share their link on your wall to spread the word.  If you'd like to place an order, email Tracy at

Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter, and again, we hope you'll join us in supporting the Daffodil Days of Western New York 2011 campaign.

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Make your own ornaments and decorations.  Once upon a time, decorating the home and tree was a family event, why not bring that back?  Go on a scavenger hunt with the kids and find items around the house and the yard that can be `recycled` into holiday ornaments.  It will provide hours of family fun, and when you use as many `found` objects as possible, you'll be teaching the kids how to reduce, reuse and recycle at the same time!


Think green when decorating for your holiday festivities by following these tips.


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