April/May 2019

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April/May 2019

 

The Women’s Issue

34 | Theresa Chiettini

of Fearrington Village

37 | Tracy Burnett

of Chatham County Parks and Recreation

38 | Rose Dyer

of Fair Game Beverage Co.

39 | Mary Nettles

of Chatham County Community NAACP

40 | Jenny Garrett McLaurin

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42 | Ilana Dubester

of El Vínculo Hispano

43 | Grace O’Hara

of Having Faith Cures

Features

30 | All in the Details

Brighten up your look with spring accessories!

32 | Island Escape

Chathamites share their top recommendations for Bald Head Island

50 | Flower Power

A growing number of garden clubs keep Chatham connected to its agricultural roots
and teach new generations age-old skills

54 | Home Improvement

Three renovation projects that produced gorgeous results

78 | Fruits of Their Labor

Mema’s Fruit Shack in Pittsboro is open only
in the summer. But it is a year-round operation.

82 | An Agricultural Evolution

Farmland accounts for nearly a quarter
of Chatham County, an area whose history reveals both enduring traditions and a willingness to change

90 | Far-Fetched

A visit to the dog-jumping dock at Indian
Creek K9 Aquatics reveals a strong community and one stubborn dog

The Big Give

44 | Special Advertising Section

Our local nonprofits, how they support the community and how you can get involved

Departments & Columns

6 | Letter from the Editor

20 | 5 Events Not to Miss

22 | Noted

92 | Wellness

Three area chefs share their favorite
spring recipes

97 | On the Table

Sadie’s Southern

98 | Dining Guide

102 | Engagement

Luchenbill & Schranz

103 | Weddings

Mitchell & Robinson
Harris & Wood

People & Places

8 | Pop-up Ramen Night
at Chatham Marketplace

10 | Carolina Tiger Rescue’s
Black Tie & Tails Ball

12 | Siler City Community Meal at Peppercorn

16 | CORA Food Pantry’s Empty Bowls

18 | Chatham County Economic
Development Corporation’s Opportunity Chatham event

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