Durham Magazine Dec/Jan 2021

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LEFT The kitchen, now mostly used by caterers, features the original coalburning stove juxtaposed with the adjacent stainless steel fridge. RIGHT The renovations on the pergola “took forever,” Steven says. His team spent a month repairing the rotted roof, removing and replacing the decorative rafters and antique clay roof tiles.

125-mile goal in October!), a collaborative Spotify playlist and a curated list of book recommendations. The organization required to make it all happen and the sisterhood that comes with it … Siobahn loves all of it. “I am from Hillsborough,” Siobahn says. “I graduated from Northern High School. I love this league because it’s home for me. It feels right. All the people here are very friendly. And it’s just something you could almost say is just embedded in who I am.”

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aige Smith

was born and raised in North Carolina but didn’t want her history here to define her. She joined the Junior League nearly six years ago so she could make connections on her own. After completing the provision course, which is required of all members before they become active, she was placed on the membership development committee. Her responsibilities entailed everything

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