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Leslie Burwell

Why Be a Teacher? According to Four Educators, Because …

By Chatham Magazine | May 3, 2022

These longtime teachers share what education means to them amid the challenges of teaching during a pandemic

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Artists Unite

‘A Labor of Love’: Artists Unite to Honor Pittsboro Gallery’s Pandemic Journey

By Chatham Magazine | November 30, 2021

Artists unite at Pittsboro Gallery of Arts, which recently celebrated its first anniversary and will host a grand reopening in the spring

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Victoria Edwards-Cotten and Taij Cotten consider Michael Perry and Cathy Jones more than mentors. They are “farm-ily.”

A Young Couple Explores Their Agricultural Ambitions at Perry-winkle Farm

By Anna-Rhesa Versola | November 3, 2021

Longtime farmers Cathy Jones and Michael of Perry-winkle Farm pass on their knowledge to Taij Cotten and Victoria Edwards-Cotten

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Meet Four Recipients of Chatham Arts Council’s JumpstART Grant

By Chatham Magazine | October 19, 2021

The Chatham Arts Council’s JumpstART grant helps local artists and art workers return to their creative works

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A display of apple varieties grown at Century Farm Orchards through the Chatham 250 project.

Plant Your Own Aunt Rachel Apple Tree to Honor Chatham 250

By Chatham Magazine | September 15, 2021

Century Farm Orchards and other nearby farms help preserve a local edible heirloom by growing Aunt Rachel apple trees

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September/October 2021

By Anna-Rhesa Versola | September 2, 2021

Change. Adjust. Repeat. This issue highlights the best of what Chatham has to offer in unpredictable times.

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Cabe family

Don’t Let Summer Pass You by Without Looking up at the Night Sky

By Chatham Magazine | August 19, 2021

Try boat ramps at Jordan Lake’s northernmost and southernmost spots on the water for stargazing with a clear view of the horizon

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Mark Stinson

Meet the Bear Creek Man Who Survived Four Lightning Strikes

By Chatham Magazine | August 19, 2021

Meet Mark Stinson of Bear Creek, the man who survived four lightning strikes and still copes with the effects of multiple electrocutions

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photo of “Ariadne” by Jennifer Saint

Find a Good Book for Summer Reading

By Chatham Mag Intern | July 19, 2021

Local bibliophiles offer their top picks for some fun summer reads, ranging from feminist tales to mysterious adventures

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Kayaking Deep River

Paddle or Tube Down the Deep River

By Chatham Magazine | July 14, 2021

You can choose to sit in a tube or paddle a kayak but either way, you’ll experience relaxation in nature.

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