1. OSHAWA — Caleb Megan, 7, stirred some sweet potato fries at The Bakers Table as he helped make recipes from a cook book titled “I’m Full” that will benefit children undergoing cancer treatment. Caleb’s sister Sophia was diagnosed with cancer two years ago. April 7, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

    Read about the book here.

     
  2. AJAX — Klara Siklos celebrates her 100th birthday April 17. She had a party at her home with family and friends April 13th. April 13, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

     
  3. WHITBY — Whitby Courthouse Theatre presents On Golden Pond, from April 17-May 3. Left to right: Daniel Wise as Norman and Deborah Lobban as Ethel. April 6, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

    Read about the show here.

     
  4. WHITBY — Soroush Fakhri, 23, was recently announced as a grant recipient of Ontario Trillium Foundation’s Youth Opportunities Fund. He plans to launch programs for Afghan youth living in Durham Region. April 5, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

    Read the story here.

     
  5. WHITBY — The Metro East Anglers and volunteers gathered at the Whitby Marina to transfer 10,000 juvenile Chinook salmon into Lake Ontario. April 5, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

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  6. OSHAWA — Shana Terry was in attendance during the Shwa Pocalypse 2, an Oshawa horror film festival and convention, held at the Harmony Creek Community Centre Saturday afternoon. April 5, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

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  7. OSHAWA — Judge Lauren Reid looked at students science fair projects, during the annual Durham Regional Science Fair, held at UOIT Saturday morning. April 5, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

     
  8. WHITBY — Jake Patte looks after the Geared to Golf program at Lakeridge Links. The course will be building an indoor facility that they hope is operational by the new year. April 4, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

    Read about the program here.

     
  9. BOWMANVILLE — A number of high schools were competing in the Toronto Regional Drumline competition held at Bowmanville High School. April 4, 2014. Jason Liebregts/Metroland

     
  10. OSHAWA — Oshawa Generals’ Cole Cassels scrambled for the puck during Game 2 of the OHL Eastern Conference semifinal against the Peterborough Petes, at the General Motors Centre Sunday night. The Generals defeated the Petes 2-0. April 6, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

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  11. UXBRIDGE — The Uxbridge Skating Club skaters donned their costumes and sharpened their skates in preparation for the April 5 year-end carnival at the Uxbridge Arena. Jayme Clark released an arrow as she ice danced as Princess Merida from Brave during a dress and technical rehearsal held on April 2 at the arena. April 2, 2014. Celia Klemenz/Metroland

     
  12. PICKERING — Jennifer Wakefield, a Pickering native and member of Canada’s gold medal winning hockey team, was at Boyer GM in Pickering to sign autographs for fans. April 3, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

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  13. WHITBY — Irving Granovksy chairman of Atlantic Packaging, addressed guests Wednesday morning during an important announcement. April 2, 2014. Sabrina Byrnes/Metroland

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  14. WHITBY — Dr.Fred Leithner and Avi Benlolo, left, from presented the Tour for Humanity bus at Durham Regional Headquarters. The Tour for Humanity Bus is a 30-seat, wheelchair accessible mobile classroom which presents information about the effects and consequences of hate and intolerance. and was created by the Simon Wiesenthal Center to educate communities about diversity, democracy, and Canadian civic rights and responsibilities. April 2, 2014. Jason Liebregts/Metroland

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  15. WHITBY — Matt Diamond, left, and Bob Spencer are partnering on a new songwriting program called Songwriters Academy to take place at Creative Math and Music. April 1, 2014. Ryan Pfeiffer/Metroland

    Read about the program here.