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    Page 1 - Build Chatham Park for a bright, prosperous future * Let’s slow Chatham Park down and let the process work * Celebrating love and sacrifi ce across cultures - Page 2 - Briefs - Page 3 - Climate change and Chatham’s forests in a world context - Page 4 - What do the Chatham County Economic Development Corporation - Page 5 - & the Chatham Chamber of Commerce think about Chatham Park? - Page 6 - Ladybugs settle in for a long winter visit * Flailing and drowning * Chatham Mills Farmer’s Market farmers in winter - Page 7 - Your marriage in 2014: Go on a date * The power of eye contact - Page 8 - A new generation of leaders at Guardians of Angels * Love (cont. from page 1) - Page 9 - 21st Century development models * Chatham Park is a great opportunity - Page 10 - Chatham Opinion Line - Page 11 - Chatham Opinion Line - Page 12 - Chatham Comunidad - Celebrando amor y sacrificio a través de culturas

    RAFI to celebrate family farmers

    Join RAFI for Growing Innovation, Celebrating Family Farmers at The City Tap, 89 Hillsborough Street, Pittsboro, on Thursday, February 27th at 8 p.m. The Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI) is offering for food, fun, music, and the opportunity to meet local farmers and learn about RAFI's work. We'll have a photo booth set up also. Learn more about Growing Innovation at:

    21st Annual Home Buyers Fair

    The Durham Regional Association of REALTORS® and the Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties present the 21st Annual ‘Home Buyers Fair’ at The Streets at Southpoint in Durham on Saturday, March 1, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Industry specialists including builders, REALTORS®, mortgage companies, home improvement experts, attorneys and suppliers will offer FREE information about buying a home, current market conditions, remodeling and why home ownership is a smart financial move, a means to achieving financial security.

    Housing is at its most affordable level in decades. Mortgage rates remain low, sellers are motivated, owning a home is a great investment, and can lead to many years of happy memories. Current market conditions won’t last long. Research shows that prices are beginning to stabilize and price declines are over. Shrinking inventory and increasing home values make now an excellent time to buy a home. Attend the Home Buyers Fair to help you achieve the American dream and to learn about products and services to enhance your home.

    The Home Buyers Fair is a FREE, bilingual educational event for consumers at all income levels interested in the home buying process. Informative mini sessions can help determine if you’re ready to buy a home, invest, or sell your existing home.

    Responding personally to climate change

    Sarah Stendig Wood will be offering a presentation at St Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Pittsboro on Wednesday February 5 at 7 p.m. called “Climate Change — A World Perspective and a Personal Response.” It is open to the public. Come and learn more about how you can be part of the solution.

    Call for Chatham Chocolate Cake and Cheesecake Lovers

    This year marks the 26th year of the Chatham County Council on Aging’s Chocolate Cake and Cheesecake Bake Off, slated for Sunday, Feb. 9, from 3-5 pm at the Eastern Senior Center in Pittsboro. The event is one of the Council’s major fundraisers, but also great fun for cake lovers and bakers of all ages.

    Attendees can enjoy the winning chocolate cakes and decadent cheesecakes, while supporting programs and services for older adults. For just $5 for adult tickets and $3 for children you can sample the winning sweets while enjoying milk or coffee.

    If you are a baker, you still have time to enter your favorite delicious chocolate cake or cheesecake. The deadline for entries is Wednesday, Feb. 5, by 5 pm. To enter, contact Megan Coggins at 919-542-4512 or email to provide your name, cake’s title and cake description.

    Two first place winners, one for cakes and one for cheesecakes, will each receive $100. Judging will be based on taste, originality, appearance and creativity for an overall score. Four second prizes also will be awarded.

    After judging, whole cakes will be auctioned off by Pam Smith of Beggars and Choosers to the highest bidders. Music will be provided by Sue Wilson and Betsy Kraus.

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