You just never know who you will run into at the snow. And how accommodating they can be.
Last Friday in Nugget's Crossing, Kirsten Farmer was hosting a stall to sell Daffodil Day merchandise.
Among some of the local volunteers were four Year 11 Snowy Mountains Grammar School students - Fenneke Bannister, Breanna Clayton, Emily Caldwell and Elise Symons.
These girls took it in shifts over their lunch break to assist Kirsten in serving customers who wanted to purchase daffodils and other merchandise.
During their changeover, the girls spotted well known singer Delta Goodrem in Woolworths and approached her for a photo.
Once Delta saw the daffodil stall she was more than happy to have her photo taken and the four girls were very excited to be presented with this great photo opportunity.
Daffodil Day raises funds for the Cancer Council to continue its work in cancer research, providing patient support programs and prevention programs to all Australians.
Each day more than 100 Australians will die of cancer.
Daffodil Day helps grow hope for better treatments and a cure.