St. Brigid’s Stay Mellow With Yellow

THERE was a host of golden daffodils along the corridors and in the classrooms of St Brigid’s Presentation Secondary School, Killarney, Co. Kerry last Friday 23rd March where the staff and students held their annual Daffodil Day fundraiser in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.

Yellow was the theme of the day to raise awareness of the worthy cause and students and staff wore their most vibrant sunshine-like attire with prizes for the best dressed.

The students were quite adventurous in their outfits and a fun-filled atmosphere prevailed all through the day.

The school also held a bake sale with mouth-watering pastries arriving from home, much to the delight of everybody.

Such was the quality of the sweet delights on offer that everything was sold – and consumed – by lunchtime.

Additionally, a raffle took place thanks to the support of sponsors who donated many prizes.

“None of this would be possible without the enthusiasm of the students, the sponsors and the staff,” said St Brigid’s PRO Vivienne Buckley.

“Many thanks to the students who were involved and who volunteered their time to support Daffodil Day.

The proceeds of the events will be presented to the Killarney branch of the Irish Cancer Society who do such wonderful work” she added.