Jody gets her cake and sells it
TEN-YEAR-OLD Jody Mitchell from Belmont, on Bray's Southern Cross, generously decided to hold a cake sale last week to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society.
The kind-hearted girl, who goes to school in Kilmacanogue, wanted to do something for the charity because she had lost her granddad to Cancer, and had a friend ill with the disease also.
Her parents Cathy and Bobby were there on the day to supervise, and were delighted to welcome friends, neighbours and family into their home for the event. Jody did all the baking herself, with a little help from her chef Mum, and was thrilled to raise in the region of €300, along with raising the flour to make cakes, buns and other treats. It was a very busy day and everyone who came along contributed something to an excellent cause.
Dylan Bermingham, Rhys Walsh, Jodie Mitchell, Andrew Giles, front: Conor Giles, Ben Mitchell and Eoghan Giles pictured at Jodie’s Cake Sale in aid of Cancer Research in Belmont on Daffodill Day.