Faith and Adleigh Rodgers of Fruitvale, running for the Boxing Day Classic, were among the 100 participants for the second-annual Daffodil Dash Trail at Gyro Park on Sunday. The cancer-fighting cause has raised $24,000 and counting so far, and still looks to meet its goal of $29,000 with remaining miniature dashes taking place at local elementary schools this week. Funds from the mini dashes are earmarked for pediatric cancer, under Team NRG (Natasha Rose Gould).

Faith and Adleigh Rodgers of Fruitvale, running for the Boxing Day Classic, were among the 100 participants for the second-annual Daffodil Dash Trail at Gyro Park on Sunday. The cancer-fighting cause has raised $24,000 and counting so far, and still looks to meet its goal of $29,000 with remaining miniature dashes taking place at local elementary schools this week. Funds from the mini dashes are earmarked for pediatric cancer, under Team NRG (Natasha Rose Gould).

Daffodil Dash draws strong support for fight against cancer

Over 100 participants for Sunday’s event at Trail’s Gyro Park

Over 100 participants for Sunday’s event at Trail’s Gyro Park