February 2020

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February/March 2020

The Kids Issue 24 Literacy Legacy George Moses Horton Day keeps the memory of an African American poet alive at the school that bears his name 30 All The World’s A Stage Pittsboro’s Sweet Bee Theater creates drama on the stage and friendships off of it 36 Summer Camp Guide There’s a camp in our …

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All the World’s a Stage

by Matt White  | Photography by Beth Mann Odin Withrow, 12, was taking individual music lessons at the Sweet Bee Theater last summer when he saw that tryouts were approaching for the Pittsboro Youth Theater (PYT) production of “Mary Poppins.” He’d never been in a play and, as a homeschooled student, didn’t know the troupe’s performers, many …

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Mountain Biking Chatham Magazine Dec 2019

Ride Every Mountain

Jerel Wilson wants girls and women of every age to discover mountain biking – and watch out for trees Jerel Wilson sees cycling as a perfect way to spend time with her daughters, Sydney, 3, and Anna, 5. By Matt White / Photography by Beth Mann  On a recent afternoon at a wooded trail in …

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Literary Legacy

George Moses Horton Day Keeps The Memory of an African American Poet Alive at the School That Bears His Name       Cattia Blake, 11, Amanda Zrubek, 13, Ashlynn Poston, 12, and Yareni Delgadillo Delgado, 11, wrote poems for their school’s annual George Moses Horton Day.   By Matt White / Photography by Beth …

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