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    Betty W. Phillips, Ph.D., Psychologist
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    Page 1 - The 21st Chatham Studio Tour — not to be missed * The Pittsboro Business Association — a working community * Chatham County forestry in the 21st Century - Page 2 - Dispatches & Briefs - Page 3 - The Pittsboro Business Association (cont. from page 1) - Page 4 - Losing a friend * Chatham County forestry in the 21st Century (cont. from page 1) - Page 5 - Art Tour (cont. from page 1) - Page 6 - For easy energy savings, make sure windows are closed - Page 7 - May I help you with your greatest fear and greatest sorrow? - Page 8 - Chatham Mills Farmers' Market has grown like a weed - Page 9 - Two Chatham County tories met very different fates * Remarks at the opening of the Shakori Hills grassroots Music festival - Page 10 - Chatham Opinion Line - Page 11 - Chatham Opinion Line - Page 12 - Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead

    Julian Sereno talks newspapers with Jeff Phillips


    Judy Hogan talks about her new books
    Tune in to WCOM 103.5FM on Friday, November 8 at 6pm, when Judy Hogan will be interviewed on the Wacqueline Stern Show. You can stream the show live at, or check out the website for the podcast after at

    Holiday Faire at Emerson Waldorf School
    Celebrate autumn with family and friends on Saturday, November 23 from 10 a.m. to 3 pm. Featuring handmade crafts, puppet shows, games, horse-drawn wagon rides, food, music, and fun for all ages, the Holiday Faire is an excellent opportunity to both make and purchase lovely handmade crafts and gifts for the upcoming holiday season. Admission is free. Tickets will be sold for those interested in taking part in the food and craft offerings.

    The Emerson Waldorf Holiday Faire represents a return to the joys of traditional holiday crafts and activities. Enjoy all kinds of traditional, meaningful craft-making activities, such as making jump ropes, hand-dyeing silks, and making hand-dipped candles from beeswax. Young children will particularly enjoy the “Enchantment Shoppe,” a magical realm with beautiful handmade treasures to give to their family and friends. Homemade treats will also be available in the Harvest Café, where you can relax and enjoy live music. Free parking and shuttle bus at Eubanks Rd Park and Ride Lot. The faire is on the campus of the Emerson Waldorf School, 6211 New Jericho Rd., Chapel Hill, NC 27516. For more information, visit

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