New Distance Learning Program at CCCC


“Reading aloud ushers us into a third place, a safe room. It’s a room where everyone involved, the reader and the listener, can put down their defenses and lower their guard. We humans long not just for story, not just for the flow of language, but for the connection that comes when words are read aloud. That connection provides illumination. It lets us see each other.” Kate DiCamilo

Source: PBS News Hour “Kate DiCamillo on the magic of reading aloud.” Nov 19, 2018.

Language Exchange at the SCC

English Language Learners in Julia and Ashley’s class participated in a Language Exchange program with Begoña Buxen’s Spanish students from Pittsboro. Students in both programs had an opportunity to engage in conversation in Spanish and English over delicious homemade hors d’oeuvre. 

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El Dia de los Muertos / Day of the Dead Celebration

Chatham Community Library will host an El Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Holmes Meeting Room. Activities include a presentation on the history of El Día de los Muertos, face painting, light refreshments, and a traditional altar. Community members are encouraged to bring their favorite Día de los Muertos items for the altar. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call (919) 545-8084.

Weather Update

Operating Schedule

Monday (9/17) – The college is closed for students and staff.

Tuesday (9/18) – The college is closed for students and staff.

Wednesday (9/19) – The college will reopen.

Town of Siler City Public Notice: Conserve Water


With power loss through the course of Hurricane Florence, the Siler City Water Treatment Plant has been without power for all most 24 hours.  While all efforts are being made by our team and partners to restore power and water production, it is presently uncertain as to when power will be restored.  Accordingly, the Town asks all of our water customers to please conserve your water use.

Water system users are encouraged to conserve water in every possible way.

With everyone’s cooperation we can significantly reduce the Town’s water consumption and help to maintain adequate water reserves.  We will keep you posted as this status changes.

Thank you for your cooperation during this critical time.


Con la pérdida de energía eléctrica durante el transcurso del huracán Florence, la planta de tratamiento de agua de la ciudad de Siler City ha estado sin energía eléctrica por casi 24 horas. Nuestro equipo y socios se encuentran trabajando arduamente para restablecer la energía eléctrica y la producción de agua. Es incierto cuando se podrá restablecer la energía eléctrica.  Le pedimos a todos nuestros clientes de agua que por favor conserven el uso de la misma.

Se les pide a los usuarios del sistema de agua de la ciudad que en lo posible conserven agua.

Con la cooperación de todos podemos reducir el consumo de agua de la ciudad en forma significativa y asi ayudar a mantener las reservas de agua.  Los mantendremos informados sobre algún cambio.

Gracias por su cooperación durante este momento crítico.


Jack Meadows

Town of Siler City

Director of Planning and Community Development


311 North Second Avenue, Room 301

P.O. Box 769

Siler City, NC 27344


919-742-2323 (office)

919-742-2758 (fax)


The Chatham Community Library hosts First Screening of the Documentary RBG


The Chatham Community Library will host its first screening of the new film RBG on Saturday, September 8 beginning at 1:00 pm in the Holmes Meeting Room.  The screening and discussion will be facilitated by District Court Judge (15B) Sherri Murrell.

RBG is a 2018 American documentary film directed and produced by Betsy West and Julie Cohen, focusing on the life and career of United States Supreme Court of the United States Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. After premiering at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, the film was released in the United States on May 4, 2018.

 Judge Murrell served as an assistant public defender in Chatham and Orange counties before being elected in 2016.

 This event is free and open to the public. Funding for this program is made available by the Friends of the Chatham Community Library.

Eat Right!

ESL students participated in the Heath and Wellness Day organized by Ms. Della Newkirk. During this two-day program, students enjoyed many presentations promoting healthy lifestyles and preventive health. They even participated in hands-on activities related to health and physical exercise.

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