The annual Daffodil Days sale, which raises money for the annual Jefferson County Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society, produced a top seller in Caitlin Schultz, a teacher at Edison High School and Junior Beta Club advisor. Schultz was presented the daffodil trophy for selling the most daffodils. The Junior Beta Club sold $1,195 dollars’ worth of what is the signature flower of the ACS. The trophy was made by Karen Lundquist, longtime Relay for Life participant. Stanton Elementary School, where Mary Ann Hoobler serves as Relay for Life coordinator, had more than $600 in daffodil sales.