Masset man wins daffodil contest

  • Apr. 18, 2007 2:00 p.m.

Masset resident David Phillips topped our list of daffodil counters this year, with 619 daffs blooming in his garden. Mr. Phillips has won a two-year subscription to the Observer. Our second winner, drawn at random from the list of entrants, is Kay Waring of Port Clements, who also wins a two-year subscription.
Complete list of daffodil counters:
o David Phillips, Masset, 619
o Kate Alexander, Miller Creek, 484
o Sandra Price and Doug McClafferty, Queen Charlotte, 431
o Marla Abbott, Queen Charlotte, 342
o Kay Waring, Port, 187
o Elenor Bowman, Maude Island, 137
o Lionel Andrews, Tlell, 110
o Louise Burgess, Lawnhill, 110
o Percy Williams, Skidegate, 108
o Andree Elliot, Queen Charlotte, 67
o Tawn Dingwall, Dead Tree, 63
o Linda Clark, Sandspit, 62
o Linda Waring, Port, 51
o Jen Davies, Tlell, 51
o Ashwyn Howard-Lokanathan, Tow Hill, 51
o Matt Pierce, Queen Charlotte, 50
o Lynn Humphries, Masset, 29
o Schon Sjolund, Queen Charlotte, 27
o Christine Vodak, Tow Hill, 27
o Sandy Morgan, Queen Charlotte, 5

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