Notables

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    Notables: Jan. 21

    Bruce Gillooly, a volunteer with Communities in Schools of Chatham County, works with Noah, who took home a Gold Medal in the Special Olympics.

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    Notables: Jan. 11

    The Orange County Department on Aging has graduated its second class of Project EngAGE Senior Leadership. The graduation ceremony took place Jan. 8 at the Central Orange Senior Center. Graduating Senior Leaders are: Jan Dumont, Sheila Evans, Carrie Sue Florence, Glenn Flynn, Lowell Goldsmith, Everlina...

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    Notables: Dec. 24

    John Atwater of Northwood High has been selected as a semifinalist for the Morehead-Cain Scholarship.

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    Notables: Dec. 17

    The N.C. Tarheel Association of Occupational Health Nurses recently held an election for officers, directors and committee chairs for 2015. Those elected were: Donna Fudale, president; Margaret Brown, secretary; Meghan Amitrano, treasurer; Cara Winstead, awards; Cherie Stafford, membership; Karen...

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    Notables: Nov. 9

    Chatham County Animal Services Officer Michael Yarborough has received a lifetime achievement award from the North Carolina Animal and Rabies Control Association (NCARCA).

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    Notables: Nov. 5

    Four photographs created by Lili Engelhardt of Lili Engelhardt Fine Art Portraiture in Chapel Hill have recently been accepted into the General Collection of Professional Photographers of North Carolina's 2014 State Photographic Competition, with one receiving an Honorable Mention.

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    Notables: Sept. 24

    Longtime Chapel Hill physician William S. Joyner, 89, was inducted into the French Legion of Honor Sept. 6, in a ceremony held at Davidson College. The induction was based on Joyner’s award of a Bronze Star for valor in combat in France in the fall of 1944. Joyner was awarded the Bronze ...

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    Notables: Sept. 14

    Chapel Hill author Raleigh Mann has been invited to speak at the Baltimore Book Festival Sept. 26-28. Mann, a Baltimore native, devoted much of his book, “Jumping with Mixed Feelings: a Family Memoir,” to his childhood and youth in the city during World War II and the years following...

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    Notables: Aug. 6

    Several educators from Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools recently attended a program held at the N.C. Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized national leader in professional development programming for N.C.’s teachers. The educators who attended included Katherine C. Andrews, Rebecca...

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    Notables: July 23

    Donna Fudale earned first place recognition for a poster presentation at the National American Association of Occupational Health Nurse conference in Dallas, Tx.

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