There's a lot to see in Our Town Chatham, so let's hit the road. First, you'll want to head downtown. There, you'll find a unique tribute to our veterans.
"These folks didn't have to die but they did so that we could have freedom."
That's Les Morgan. He helped put this memorial together. It honors soldiers as far back as the Revolutionary War.
"Most of the memorials you had to be dead in order to get your name on the memorial. We wanted ours to be a living ongoing tribute."
Sticking with the "history" theme, let's move to the railway museum. The building has been around since the early 1900's.
"It draws people to Chatham. Last visitors we had came from Tulsa, Oklahoma and La Christ Santa, California so we do draw people from all over."
The best part about visiting is, it's completely free. After spending some time inside, it might be a good idea to get a little fresh air. What better place to go than the park? It's home to the Chatham Baseball and Softball League.
"It's just a neat way to come together during the summer." Scott Curtis has been running the program for the past three years. He says it wouldn't be possible without help from the community.
"Without the volunteers I think it'd be difficult. I mean very few communities have the budget to put on tournaments so you have to have the volunteer effort."
That's just the tip of the iceberg here in Our Town Chatham. There's plenty more to see like the Sweetcorn Festival. It's running all weekend.