Signs promoting the Cancer Council’s Relay for Life can be seen throughout the community – and beyond – as the series of relays supporting the fight against cancer gets closer. The relay is not a race. Rather, participants walk or run around a track or oval as part of a wide social gathering – and for a great cause. Being part of Relay for Life makes you part of the biggest cancer fund-raising movement in the world. Remember, your support can – and will – make a different in the fight against this insidious disease. But it’s more than just a relay – there is associated entertainment as well as great food and other activities. For the Eastern Suburbs the venue is the magnificent Centennial Park and the Relay for Life will be a 24 hour event – on May 21 – 22. Go to Centennial Park and you’ll soon find where everyone is and join is – get up a team or just bring the family and friends. Whatever you do, you’ll be part of the great day supporting a truly worthwhile cause.