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For Julie Chapman, beating cancer came down to faith, family and sticky notes
Former Forsyth County teacher talks about her journey
Julie Chapman
Julie Chapman, center, and her husband, Mitch, left, look at cards sent from students, friends, and family at their home with their foster dog, Cara, sitting close by on Thursday, June 20. Julie is a teacher who survived colon cancer twice and is back teaching at Chestnut Mountain. - photo Austin Steel FCN regional staff
Sticky notes mean a lot to Julie Chapman. Those colorful little pieces of paper, stuck to the walls all around her home are what helped her get through two bouts of cancer. Those sticky notes are in the bathroom at her home now — she calls it her war room — so every time she’s there, she can look at them and be encouraged all over again.