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April is Daffodil Month Wear your daffodil to raise cancer awareness. It is still the number one killer of Canadians by a wide margin against every other cause of death. It's not all bad news. There is a lot of promising reports coming out about advances in the fight against cancer. For instance, big news about immunotherapy breakthroughs in lung cancer which has the highest mortality rates of all other cancers. It has been found that administering immunotherapy drugs for weeks prior to tumour removal surgery has been shown to promote T-cell growth reducing the chance of cancer regrowth after the surgery. It's being hailed as a game changer and called a "cancer interceptor". Clubhouse Opens Friday Gary and Anne and opening up the clubhouse at the Streambank Golf Course for the first time this year on Friday. The food is going to be free, and they would love to see your hockey sticks and donations in support of the Humboldt Strong fund. World Astronomy Day at the Wilkinson Observatory Saturday, April 21st is World Astronomy Day, and the Astronomy Club is holding an Open House at the Wilkinson Memorial Observatory, 4 km west of Eastend on Highway 13, starting at 4:00pm with solar viewing and followed by night-time viewing at dark. Weather permitting. Free to all and Everyone is invited as we kick off our Spring n Summer Astronomy Season! Egg Hunt This Saturday The weather has been mostly cooperative and this week we're on track to receive climbing temperatures for the next seven days. That means conditions should be ideal for the little kids hoping to nab some late Spring egg-citement in the shape of a dash down the hill from the T.rex Centre in a frantic search for treasures. As usual it's hosted by Eastend Historical Museum. Houses of Eastend Project This Thursday at the Eastend Library at 9:30am. the topic of discussion will be "Birch Ave". Anyone is welcome to join in.