Anne Moore looks at one of the dresses on the models during a tea and fashion show for Daffodil Month to support the Canadian Cancer Society. The event featured clothing from Close to You Ladies Fashion with MC Sandy Herle and was hosted by the Rotary Club of Parksville. — Lauren Collins photo

VIDEO: Parksville Rotarians raise money for Daffodil Month

Locals model clothes from Close To You Ladies Fashions

Hundreds of dollars were raised at the Rotary Club of Parksville’s Daffodil Tea and Fashion Show, held in support of the Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Month.

Matt Breedlove, a Rotarian, said $800 was raised at the event Wednesday, April 18 at Sunrise Ridge Resort. He added that several hundred dollars has also been raised with the daffodil pin donation boxes around the city.

RELATED: Rotary Club of Parksville hosts tea, fashion show for Daffodil Month

The tea and fashion show, held at Sunrise Ridge Resort, featured clothing from Close To You Ladies Fashions.

Daffodil Month, according to the Canadian Cancer Society’s website, is the national fundraising campaign for the fight against cancer.

— NEWS Staff

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