Congruence Counseling Group

Carrboro Counselors Create a Space to Serve Diverse Community

By James Dupree | March 16, 2022

Congruence Counseling Group aims to connect patients with mental health providers who value and understand different cultures

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Local Family Leads Efforts to Establish a Pediatric Rehabilitation Program

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | March 7, 2022

The family behind Fitch Lumber & Hardware is on a mission to make pediatric rehabilitation care available to all local children, including their son

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Sam Nelson, blood clot survivor

Former Division I Athlete’s Debilitating Pain Led Her to Blood Clot Awareness

By Renee Ambroso | January 10, 2022

Sam Nelson’s own health scare drives her passion to support other blood clot survivors

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Djina Alicante-Steusse, pictured above, and Nell Laton became pen pals last year and emailed each other regularly, connecting over travel โ€“ getting to visit new places and cultures โ€“ and playing basketball.

Local Middle Schoolers and Adults Become Unlikely Pen Pals

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | November 16, 2021

Chapel Hill middle schoolers and older adults write to each other to combat pandemic loneliness.

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Carolina Cochairs, Morehead-Cain Scholar

Morehead-Cain Scholars Share Their Experiences

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | November 2, 2021

Two Morehead-Cain scholars from Chapel Hill share their experiences with the program and how it has influenced their time at UNC.

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Alicia Reid cycles near her home in Orange County.

Going for Gold at the Orange County Senior Games

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | August 12, 2021

Meet four older adults who competed in the county-wide level of North Carolina’s own Olympic-style event.

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Chapel Hill Training Fitness

Chapel Hill Training Helps Clients Reach Personal Fitness Goals

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | July 22, 2021

How Chapel Hill Training is pushing the norms for personal fitness and giving its clients the best care Chapel Hill has to offer.

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Orange County Health Department Director Quintana Stewart

Orange County Health Director Quintana Stewart Steps Up During the Pandemic

By Chapel Hill Magazine | June 15, 2021

In 2017, Quintana Stewart was named Director for the Orange County Health Department. Read about how she fought the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Weekend at a Glance: Crop Walk

Weekend at a Glance: Festivals, Fitness and Fine Art

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | April 21, 2021

Explore art and science, experience a new workout, enjoy hors d’oeuvres or listen to live music with friends and family this weekend.

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Porter, Zac and James with storage tubes they keep bracelets on

‘Bandz Boyz’ Donate Over $80,000 to UNC Children’s

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | March 16, 2021

A group of high schoolers, aka the ‘Band Boyz’, has donated over $80,000 to UNC Children’s hospital by selling handmade bracelets.

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