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Helping Chatham’s foster children – an interview
by Margaret Gifford

Margaret Gifford conducted an interview with Jamie Bazemore, Placement Services Supervisor, Chatham County about the new Campaign for Chatham’s Children... more...

I Tolerate Too Many Interruptions; Therefore I Am
by Jeff Davidson

Once it was considered bad form to interrupt others when they were in deep concentration. Once, people always knocked on doors before they entered rooms, phoned each other at reasonable hours and... more...

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Page 1 - Change in Chatham taking toll * Opinion - Page 2 - Dispatches & Briefs - Page 3 - Briefs - Page 4 - Spring seasonal beers at Carolina Brewery * Meeting a mink in the triangle - Page 5 - Pittsboro theater company produces “Acts of Witness” - Page 6 - The 2012 Ms. Green Energy Quiz * The Next Step - Page 7 - Flowers and blossoms for 10 years at the General Store Cafe - Page 8 - Pittsboro’s former Blair Hotel survives as an office building * Loving a little patch of forest - Page 9 - Are we throwing it all away? * First Annual ‘Wellness of Chatham’ Health Fair * Acts (cont. from page 5) - Page 10 - Chatham Opinion Line (cont. from page 1) - Page 11 - Chatham Opinion Line - Page 12 - Chatham Comunidad * Briefs (cont. from page 3)

3rd Annual Shamrock Run for Hope

Runners will gather at the Chatham County Courthouse Circle at 8 a.m. St. Patrick’s Day, Saturday, March 17, rain or shine, for the 3rd Annual Shamrock Run for Hope to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Pittsboro. Both the 5k and 10k races will start at the same time. Runners only for 10 k.

Register online at or the day of the race in person starting at 6:30 a. m. $30 individuals; discounts for teams and families.

Artists for Animals Faire

The Apex Arts Council (AAC) is about to host the Artists for Animals Faire, one of the largest art shows ever undertaken by the group. Half of the profits of the Faire will be donated to three local animal rescue groups. The groups to receive the official donations are:

  • Carolina Tiger Rescue -
  • Paw Prints Animal Rescue -
  • US Equine Rescue League -

    The Artists for Animals Faire is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 21, 2012, at the Cloer Family Vineyards in Apex. The event is expected to showcase as many as 100 artists in as many artistic disciplines as possible, and benefit animal rescue groups around the area.

    “We will be very pleased to make these donations at the close of the Faire,” said AAC President Bob Crowley. “It is a way for the arts council, our artists, and our supporters to give something back to the community.”

    Artists expected to display their talents at the event will include painters, sculptors, photographers, poets, dancers, bands, independent filmmakers, and many others. The concept is to fill the day with as many artistic disciplines as possible. Along with this, since the focus will benefit animals as well as art, a number of cows, horses, cats, dogs, and other species will be attending and available to meet our human visitors. Art and literature will be available for purchase, puppies and kittens will be available for adoption, and the vineyard will have wine for tasting and purchase.

    Admission to the event is free. This day at the Faire should prove to be entertaining, educational, and fun for all. Selected vendors will provide coffee, soft drinks, snacks, and ice cream for purchase.

    About the Apex Arts Council: The Apex Arts Council (AAC) is a nonprofit organization supporting all artistic disciplines, including visual art, music, dance, theatre, literary arts, and others. We are committed to enhancing the quality of life in our community through the cultivation of creativity, excellence, and diversity in the arts and stimulating their appreciation and accessibility. For further information see our website ( or our Page on Facebook.

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