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What we love about living in…Fearrington

By Chatham Magazine | October 29, 2018

  by matt white | Photography by Beth Mann   When Barbara Blank and her husband, Stephen, moved to Fearrington in 2016, they expected that the neighborhood would be an easy place to make friends. There was the Roost Beer Garden at Fearrington Village, the Swim & Croquet Club across […]

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A Life of Service

By Chatham Magazine | June 4, 2019

A Life of Service After coming ashore at Normandy soon after D-Day, George Chall saved lives and dodged bullets at the Battle of the Bulge. Now 96, he and his wife, Victoria, have found their way to Chatham.     By Matt White | Photography by beth mann   George […]

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A full life in Ward’s Hollow

By Chatham Magazine | August 10, 2018

A full life in Ward’s Hollow The Johnsons waited a decade for their restored farmhouse on Mount Gilead Church Road. It was worth it.   By Matt White | Photography by beth mann   On a recent afternoon, Brad Johnson fixed a tire on wife Dani’s car in the driveway […]

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A River Runs Through It

By Chatham Magazine | July 9, 2018

A River Runs Through It Five generations of the Hobbs family have called Baldwin’s Mill home   By Matt White | Photography by Briana Brough   The water is the kind of cold that makes you gasp even though that’s the worst thing you can do. It looked so inviting […]

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All in the Same Boat

By Chatham Magazine | July 9, 2018

All In The Same Boat The Stafford family has been boating on Jordan Lake since 2003. Just 10 minutes from their home, the”Hot Now” houseboat provides a mini-vacation every time they leave the dock.   Photography by Briana Brough   ABOVE: Cas Stafford, (right, with friend Kirsten Moore) says that Jordan […]

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Get Growing

By Chatham Magazine | April 24, 2018

Get Growing Student-run spring plant sale provides a temporary garden center for Bear Creek   By Holly West | Photography by Hillary graves   One chilly afternoon in mid-February, classmates Andrew Hicks and Dylan Lee were transferring sprouts of budding herbs, flowers and other plants from small trays, called cell […]

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Governors Club

By Chatham Magazine | April 24, 2018

Living in Governors Club One of our original planned communities evolves as new families arrive   By matt white   On a recent Wednesday night, Trey and RamonaLisa Robertson and their daughter Emily, 10, arrived at the front door of the Governors Club main clubhouse for what’s become a weekly routine: […]

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Strong Foundation

By Chatham Magazine | February 16, 2018

Strong Foundation from parent volunteer to director By Matt White Jaime Detzi is the executive director of the Chatham Education Foundation, a nonprofit advocacy and fundraising organization that administers early literacy, teacher support and other educational programs in schools across Chatham. Jaime is in her fifth year as head of […]

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Artist and Residence

By Chatham Magazine | February 16, 2018

Artist and Residence Mark and Carol Hewitt built a famed pottery studio and a home on their Pittsboro property   By Matt White  |  Photography by Briana Brough   When Carol Hewitt and her husband Mark moved from New England to the end of Johnny Burke Road in 1983, they came […]

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Putting Down Roots in Chatham Park

By Chatham Magazine | September 13, 2017

Putting Down Roots in Chatham Park Q&A with The Root Cellar’s Sera Cuni and Susan White  By Laura Zolman Kirk |  Photography by Briana Brough The Root Cellar’s Sera Cuni and Susan White have strong ties to the county. Sera has lived here since 2003 when she purchased a home […]

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