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Chatham County Parks & Recreation: Upcoming events & registrations[Aug. 27, 2013]
We will hold our Family Fun Night at Northwest District Park in Silk Hope on Friday, August 30, 2013 beginning at 6 p.m. There will be a super hero costume contest, children’s games, inflatables, and a movie: The Avengers (rated PG-13) will begin showing at dusk
Chatham Soccer League will be holding Classic & Challenge try-outs[May 10, 2011]
Chatham Soccer League will be holding Classic & Challenge try-outs and Academy evaluations at Pittsboro Elementary School from 5 pm to 8 pm on May 23 for U09-U14 boys only and May 24 for U09-U18 girls only. All players trying out are expected to attend. Any player born on or before July 31, 2003 is eligible to try-out. Teams will range from U09 - U18.
Sign up for North Chatham Cardinal Youth lacrosse[Feb. 11, 2011]
The North Chatham Cardinal Youth lacrosse teams are currently looking for boys from 1st - 8th grade to play this spring. The teams will be broken up by grade and compete against teams from Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh, Apex, Holly Springs. This is a developmental league so players at all levels are welcome.
Chatham Soccer League announces Academy Program[May 24, 2009]
The Chatham Soccer League is pleased to announce the addition of the U10 Academy Program to the available levels of play this fall. Academy programs seek to improve individual player development, satisfaction and retention, and to build a less pressured youth soccer environment for coaches, adult spectators, and match officials.
North Carolina bike laws[Feb. 10, 2005]
I suggest both bikers that ride on roads and non-bikers that drive review the NC law regarding bicycles.
The major point is that bikes are considered vehicles for all driving laws. For example, passing a biker (or group of bikers) on a solid yellow line is actually against the law, but a courteous biker will ride single file on the far right to allow this if it is safe. (The same holds true for other slow vehicles we see on our county rodes such as farm tractors.)
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