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Just shy of reaching age 5, Harper Hoffman, a curious and hospitable younger sister is excited to share the adventures of her backyard to friends and neighbors.


From left, Winston and Harper Hoffman enjoy swinging in their backyard on Sunday, Sept. 14 in Fayetteville. The sisters both agreed that being on a swing together is much more fun.


Carrboro butcher, Cliff Collins, has owned Cliff’s Market since 1973. After opening the shop as a teenager, Cliff continues serving the community and selling a variety of meats to local resturants. “The best part of my job are the people and the deep connections I have made,” he shared while proudly showing me around the shop.


Saturday morning of October 18, a brave goalie dives for the ball in the last minute of the game to prevent the determined opponent, Blaze, from taking the lead. The Jordan Soccer Complex in Fayetteville was awakend by parents and friends at the competative U12 game.


Founder of the event, Adam Ancherico, pitches in the winner’s bracket for his 33rd tournament. “This is my favorite weekend of the year and I’m so thankful for the lasting friendships that have made this tradition possible,” he says.  From sun up to sun down, Ancherico and 50 of his closest friends compete for one redeeming moment.


Hal Broadfoot, a founding member of the tournament, wears his worn and lucky shoes. “This is one big reunion,” he says, I love coming back home to not only pitch against my best friends but catch up while we’re doing it.”

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