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December/January 2018

<iframe allowfullscreen allow=”fullscreen” style=”border:none;width:100%;height:326px;” src=”//e.issuu.com/embed.html?d=chatm_issuu&u=shannonmedia”></iframe> December/January 2018 Features 30 | Most Wonderful Time We asked Chathamites, We asked Chathamites, ‘What are your holiday traditions?’ 32 | Familiar Faces Meet Pittsboro-based painter Onicas Gaddis 38 | For the Love of Fruitcake Bear Creek’s Berta Lou Scott dishes Bear Creek’s Berta Lou Scott dishes on all things Southern Supreme …

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Healers in the Hallway

Healers in the Hallway   Meet three nurses at Chatham County Schools By Holly West  |  Photography by Briana Brough With 18 schools to serve, the seven nurses of Chatham County Schools are always on the move. Each person is tasked with taking care of hundreds of students, providing care that ranges from administering daily medicines …

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Translating Hope

Translating Hope   Ascary Arias offers the Latino community quality health and dental care with Vidas De Esperanza clinic in Siler City This story was originally published in the December/January 2018 issue of Chatham Magazine By Matt White  |  Photography by Briana Brough Elba Aguirre Moscoso and her daughter, Heidi, 11, sit quietly in the …

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Familiar Faces

Familiar Faces Meet Pittsboro-based painter Onicas Gaddis  By Holly West  |  Photography by Briana Brough When artist Onicas Gaddis walks up the sidewalk to The Mod on any given day, he is greeted by a chorus of “heys” and high-fives. Onicas, a Pittsboro-based painter, is well-known in the area for his art, which hangs at …

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The Truck Stops Here

The Truck Stops Here   By John Cappelletti  |  Photography by Briana Brough My fondest food memory is my great-aunt Clotilda, who would make the pilgrimage from Florida every summer when I was a kid. Being part of a large Italian family, food was central to everything that we did and [every occasion we would] …

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