Month: September 2017

Chatham Magazine Fall 2017

Fall 2017

Fall 2017 Features 24 | Fall Fun for Everyone Huckleberry Trail Farm offers disability friendly attractions 28 | Putting Down Roots in Chatham Park Q&A with The Root Cellar’s Sera Cuni and Susan White 36 | Fall Fashion We shopped local boutiques for pieces to make your wardrobe pop 44 | Kids, Unplugged We asked, …

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Fall Fun for Everyone

Fall Fun for Everyone Siler City’s Huckleberry Trail Farm offers disability friendly attractions  By Michele Kisthardt  |  Photography by Hillary Graves Photography When Bob Reichel and his wife, Debby, opened Huckleberry Trail Farm – which was named after Bob’s son, Robert’s (now 21) favorite bedtime story – six years ago off Route 64 in Siler …

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Old School

Old School The Hamms have taught the students of Chatham County for more than 80 years  By Matt White  |  Photography by Briana Brough Every September, David and Ellen Hamm and their four daughters approach the changing season with a slightly out-of-place holiday greeting. “The first day of school is our ‘Happy New Year’,” says …

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Headlights in the Moonlight

Headlights in the Moonlight (published in Chatham Magazine in Fall 2017)   A challenging trail near Briar Chapel beckons brave riders   By Matt White  |  Photography by Briana Brough   In 30 minutes,darkness will have fallen over the pine straw-trimmed lawns and neat sidewalks of the Briar Chapel, but as Tamara Sanders sits in …

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