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Arts are alive and thrive in Chatham County
by Molly Matlock

Today’s Tweet from ChathamArts: Presently in the U.S., “workers in the creative sector generate $1.7 trillion/year, as much as the service and manufacturing sectors combined.” More...

Voller Endorsement
by Tim Keim

The political cycle never ends in Pittsboro. It's a proving ground to test one's mettle. I've been involved in every campaign since 2005. More...

Voller Endorsement 2
by Judi Anderson

Chatham County’s progress in the next two decades depends on all of us as residents doing the right things at the right times to help the County grow in a constructive, positive way. More...

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Page 1 - Illustrator’s studio debut * Durham says Jordan Lake moved west * Shakori GrassRoots Festival a treasure, rain or shine - Page 2 - Briefs and Announcements - Page 3 - The Liberation of Zulayka - Page 4 - Getting off the clock winds down stress - Page 5 - Lioness plays Pittsboro - Page 6 - Home energy efficiency at budget prices - Page 7 - Slow, steady turtles inspire - Page 8 - Young at heart not just a mindset - Page 9 - Progress Energy saving programs * ‘New’ Thanksgiving visit - Page 10 - Environmental Cassandras - Page 11 - Chatham OPINION Line - Page 12 - Chatham Comunidad - The Pepper Festival * BRIEFS (cont. from p.2)

2009 Chatham Hunger Walk

Walk and raise money to feed the hungry on Sunday, November 1 in Pittsboro. Proceeds to fight hunger throughout Chatham County. Three-mile route through historic Pittsboro. Gather at PBO Elementary School. Registration and pre-events: 1-2:30 p.m. Walk begins 2:30 p.m. For info: call 919.545.3030 or email

Abundance Foundation lists November offerings

- In conjunction with its Office of the Future project, there will be two solar workshops by the famous couple, Rebekah and Stephen Hren, co-authors of Carbon Free Home:

Saturday and Sunday November 7 and 8: Building Small Scale Off Grid Solar Electric (photovotaic) systems with Rebekah Hren. For more information or to register:

Saturday, November 7: Solar Air Heater Workshop with Stephen Hren. For more information or to register:

Saturday, November 14, 10-5 p.m.: Mobile Repair Day with The ReCYCLEry held at the Eco Industrial Park. FREE! Bring your bikes that need repairing and we'll supply the tools and expertise!

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