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The final Chatham County Showdown 

For the past 10 years, Tony Sabbagh and his wife, Kim, have hosted annual parties, dubbed the Chatham County Showdown, welcoming hordes of traveling skateboarders to their home between Pittsboro and Chapel Hill. Never complaining, always generous, they have opened their ramp to all comers.

Saturday, Aug. 24, marked the final Showdown. Thanks to Tony and Kim, and everyone who has joined us on the pond, year after year. Your camaraderie will be remembered.


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