They wrapped more than four-thousand flowers to raise money.
This is the last year for the event.
Officials say they want to focus on bigger events like the "Relay for Life."
But volunteers say they will still work hard to fight cancer.
"Whether we are selling daffodils or not, that is still going to happen. People are still going to get rides to appointments and critical cancer treatments and patients are still gonna be able to go through the look good and feel good program to make them feel good about themselves while they are undergoing cancer treatment." said Chuck Seese, Monroe County Daffodil Days Co-Chairperson