Selling daffodils has always been a popular way for young people to make a little extra money, either for themselves or for charity, during the season. In left photo, Gloucester youngsters Ella Poulson, Andrew Teagle, Sarah Teagle and Meg Teagle, from left, sold daffodils the weekend before the 2011 Daffodil Festival on Main Street to raise money for the Japan tsunami relief effort. In photo at right, two 13-year-olds, Izaiah Miller, left, and Darrick Berry, set up shop at a familiar spot on Route 14 at James Store to sell the flowers.
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