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The Liberty Leader

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April 26, 2014

Volume 11 * Issue 4B RE E H K CLIC

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April 2014 Issue


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Downtown Liberty Spring Fling

So What Is Spring Fling? The local downtown Liberty merchants wanted to kick off the spring with a fling. They will be having special one day only sales. What even better is , they want to give away $100 in CASH. As we await for green to spring up every where, they thought they could generate some green for you. So just stop in any of the participating business downtown and just for visiting the store, you get a chance to win $100 cash. Visit each store for more chances. Want even more chances, make a minimum purchase of $10 and get an additional ticket. What a better way to support our locally owned business. See you there. Nullam arcu leo, facilisis ut

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Sat May 10

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Come Shop and Visit Downtown Liberty For A Day Of Shopping & Special Sidewalk Sales

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Come See All The Unique Items

Want To Win $100 Cash? Visit Participating Stores And Enter! You May Enter At Each Participating Store! Make A Min. $10 Purchase You Get Entered Again.! Drawing To Be Held At Gazebo Downton!

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Garrett's Flower Shop Your One Stop Shop!

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Tomato plants are here! Over 30 varieties this year---our own naturally grown plants in 4" pots. Heirlooms, hybrids, cherry, paste, pear we've probably got what you're looking for. Come in this week for the best selection - they fly out of here during Antique Festival! So we may never be accused of having the most organized greenhouses, but just wanted to share this picture - it was a great, warm place to be on this rainy cold day. We look forward to rolling with these beauties soon - come on Spring!! Nullam arcu leo, facilisis ut

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The Ramseur Public Library Annual ! Fund Drive will take place in May.!

! All contributions to the library are tax-deductible.! !

While the Ramseur municipal government provides the major part of the operating and maintenance expenses of the library, most of the funds for the purchase of books, materials, equipment and special needs come from contributions and gifts.!

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Memorials may be given to the library in honor of someone or in memory as an expression of sympathy.!

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Also during May, the library, 1512 Main St., Ramseur, will have story time on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Theme is “Come On Over.”!

! May 1 — Over in the Garden! ! May 8 — Over on the Farm! ! May 15 — Over in the Meadow! ! May 22 — Over in the Jungle! ! May 29 — Over in the Ocean! !

June and July events will be held at the Ramseur Municipal Building, 724 Liberty St., Ramseur, on Thursday mornings at 10:30 a.m.!

! June 12 — Power Up with Books with Melina Simpson! ! June 19 — Scientific Experiments with Marjie Grubb! ! June 26 — It’s Magic with Steve Somers, Registration held throughout the month!

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July 3 — Forensic Science with Ramseur Police Chief Larry Lewallen!

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July 10 — Let’s Get Cookin’ with Barbara Linder, N.C. Cooperative Extension agent!

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July 17 — Enviroscape with Jenny Parks of Randolph County Soil and Water Conservation District!

! July 24 — Spark your Imagination with the Kelleys! ! July 31 — Mad Science of the Piedmont.! ! For more information, call (336) 824-2232.

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Your Story Here….

Locally Owned and Operated

129 W Swannanoa Ave Downtown Liberty, NC! Unique Boutique & Treasures!

Carol & Duane Wall Owners & Treasurer Hunters! Hrs 11-5 Tue - Sat or By Apt.! Closed Sunday and Monday!

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Looking For That Special Outfit For Spring or Summer?! We have lots to choose from. !

Mothers Day’s Is Around The Corner!

! Happy Easter From Awesome Finds

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Shop For Your Unique Mother’s Day Gift With Us

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! ERHS Open JAM Night! ! !

For the last few years Eastern Randolph has been holding a bluegrass festival for its PTSO fundraiser. I as a younger teacher ,Jason Overman, carpentry teacher at Eastern Randolph High School and music player know that most of the students are not interested in that style of music. I have put together several local bands to play at the high school on Thursday, May 8th as a fundraiser. It will be a open mic night. Since local music is really growing item, here is a great event for us all to check out. You can Jason by phone at 336736-9251 to give all the details. If you would like a spot that night for open mic give them a call. Also make a point to go out and check the great tunes. $5 per person and concessions are available.

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WHEN: We are going to be holding this event from 7 until 10 on the evening of May 8th. WHERE: Eastern Randolph Gym WHY: Ms Bridges, our principle, sent out a calling for any ideas for a fund raiser for ER's general fund. This fund helps with cost for this such as graduation, school events, ect. WHO: Our student body definitely seems interested in the idea of real bands coming to the school. I have had a few students who actually want to join in the open jam. If you are wondering, an open jam is a event where you sign up on the spot with the performing bands to sing or play an instrument. Of course it takes a really versatile band to be able to do this. We have "The Almost Famous Band" to take car of these chores. They are an amazing local band from Asheboro. To help us out I have also arranged for some other bands such as: -"The Chip Perry Band" from Siler City (Which the students absolutely love) -Robert Smith of "Bobby and The Good Times" from Winston Salem -"Trick Switch" which features and SERMS student as a singer and lead guitarist paired with his father from Ramseur -"Cory Luetjen and the traveling Blues Band" from Asheboro We have some possibles as well such as Freddy Atkins and Cory Hunt who said they may stop by to do a couple numbers. I am wanting to invite the community to join our event. Our bands will be playing everything from country to classic rock all the way down to the blues. I want the event to be family friendly. and yes, their will be a dance floor. COST: $5 per head. Concessions will be available.

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260 Village Lake Rd. • Siler City NC 27344 Contact: Dustin Elledge • 919-742-4052

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Contact Us! Ph 336-308-9499! Email willm389@gmail.com! I am William Moore III and I live in Liberty, NC. I have been all over Randolph, Moore, Chatham and Guilford Counties and have yet to find a mechanic that has so much as a clue to this well known fact. We do not have to run our cars off of gas alone! With this system, I can help you add 25% to 33% to your mileage. That is like having another 1/4 tank of gas. I bought the kit piece by piece, because I like you could not afford the kit at once. If you have $$$, good, if you only have a little bit, than buy it part by part. For those with low income, I will finance your installation or even teach you how to install it for a very small fee. Act now and get 20% off your purchase price! $25 mail in rebate! 30% off my installation fee. Buy it and save!

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Don't forget to REGISTER!!!!!! Grays Chapel UMC is hosting an Aldersgate Renewal Ministries Seminar called Worship in Spirit and Truth on Friday, May 2nd and Saturday, May 3rd.!

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Jonathan Dow, the director of Aldersgate Ministries and a gifted worship leader, is bringing a team to lead us in learning and worshiping together. CHILDCARE is AVAILABLE to everyone who registers for the event. The cost of the event is $10 person which includes a study book and lunch on Saturday. PM or call (336) 824-2463 for information

RCC Adds New Division to Focus on Workforce Development            ASHEBORO (April 25, 2014) – Randolph Community College will create a new division at the College with a “laser focus on workforce development” with the overall goal of “closing the skills gap” between job applicants and jobs available today, according to RCC President Robert S. Shackleford.             He made the announcement in a meeting of division personnel this week. The new division will be called Workforce Development and Continuing Education, and the College will be advertising to hire a vice president with strong industrial leadership experience to lead the changes.             Shackleford said that workforce development is at the heart of today’s economy, from grant funding agencies to state and local budget writers such as the Governor, State Legislators, and County Commissioners. He noted that the number one emphasis at an Economic Development retreat he attended a few months ago was “talent development.”             Shackleford said that he keeps hearing the same story: “At the same time we have a lot of people out of work, we have businesses and industries all over the state who are advertising for workers. They may have 50 people apply, but only a few qualify.”             “Despite our best efforts in corporate and continuing education, a job-skills gap remains for many of our citizens, and we need to better align our workforce development resources. This area is important enough to the College’s ongoing success and Randolph County’s success that it is time to add a position at the vice president level,” said Shackleford.             The new vice president for workforce development and continuing education will be heavily involved in a dialogue with industry leaders in Randolph County to help develop and evolve RCC’s curriculum.                       RCC’s current Corporate and Continuing Education division was folded into the Instructional Services division several years ago when the economic and workforce climate was much different than it is today. In addition to supervising Corporate and Continuing Education, Vice President for Instructional Services Anne Hockett also oversees all of the College’s Curriculum programs and personnel, Library Services, Distance Education, the Archdale Center, and the Emergency Services Training Center.             “(Vice President Hockett) has been stretched very thin in covering two large divisions (curriculum and continuing education) and has done a yeoman’s job leading this vast scope of responsibility,” said Shackleford. “I see the addition of this new position as an important step in more equitably dividing all the work that needs to be done in both curriculum and workforce development/continuing education.”             Amanda Byrd, who is currently dean of corporate and continuing education, has been appointed to the position of division chair for Business and Commercial Arts curricula upon the retirement of the current chair this summer. That dean’s position will not be filled.             “There is a thriving manufacturing ecosystem steeped in tradition and innovation in Randolph County, with much more coming in the future with the expansion of advanced manufacturing and other areas,” said Shackleford. “RCC is at the heart of some incredible opportunities as we build on our record of collaboration in workforce development and our commitment to work together to connect with companies to help design training to fill their specific needs.” "9


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OPERATION FALCON’S CREST

RANDOLPH COUNTY – On April 16, 2014 the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office assisted NC Probation and Parole in Operation Falcon’s Crest. The purpose of this Operation was to conduct Probation searches of High Risk Offenders and High Risk Offenders whose crimes involve firearms and drug offenses. Numerous arrests were made for drugs, firearms and Probation Violations. During these searches, the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office seized approximately 222 grams of marijuana, 16 marijuana plants, a small amount of Methamphetamine, numerous prescription medications, drug paraphernalia and 10 firearms along with ammunition. As a result, eighteen people have been charged by the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, as listed below. Further charges are pending on several additional suspects at this time.

!Other local agencies assisted in this Operation, including Asheboro Police Department, Archdale Police Department, Liberty Police Department, Randleman Police Department, Ramseur Police Department, Seagrove Police Department, NC Highway Patrol, Randolph County Emergency Services, NC Army National Guard, NC Department of Corrections and US Marshall’s Service Violent Fugitive Task Force.

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Song Spar at the Sunset - Local Piedmont NC Songwriter Contest!

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Asheboro NC - The Randolph Arts Guild is excited to announce a partnership the Triad based music venue, Turntable, to host a singer/songwriter contest at the newly renovated Historic Sunset Theatre in downtown Asheboro. The event “Song Spar at the Sunset” is set for Saturday May 3rd, from noon to 4pm and is scheduled to coincide with the Guild’s spring arts and craft festival, Art on Sunset. This winner take all competition is open to any local singer/songwriter or small group with original work. Contestants may pre-register at www.RandolphArtsGuild.com for only $5. Attendance will be free and the public is encouraged to come out and vote for their favorite.!

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Full guidelines are available at www.RandolphArtsGuild.com. Potential Contestants are encouraged to pre-register through the same website at a cost of $5. Registration the day of the event will only be as space and time allows and will be at a cost of $10 per act. Attendance to the event will be free and open to the public. The Randolph Arts Guild serves as the arts council for Randolph County. www.RandolphArtsGuild.com Turntable is a live music venue located in Jamestown, NC whose primary goal is to feature up and coming original artists and give them opportunities to perform and be heard. www.turntablenc.com. For more information please call the Randolph Arts Guild at 336-629-0399 or email arts@asheboro.com for more information. The Guild is located at 123 Sunset Avenue, Asheboro, NC 27203. Hours: M-F 10am -- 5pm, Saturday 10am-2pm. "12


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The 3rd Annual !

Milo Holt Western Film Festival!

DOWNTOWN SILER CITY, NC SATURDAY, MAY 17 TH, 2014 Events & Activities:! 1.

Classic B-Western Films shown in their true glory from 10 am to 5 pm!!

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Cowboy & Native American Re-enactors recreate life in the Old West!!

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Classic Western Gunfights & Live Music throughout the day!!

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Vendors Selling Food & Goods!!

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U the family O A CLoflin L with atI www.LoflinFH.com. Funeral Home of Liberty is honored to serve WILLIAM EUGENE STALEY JULIAN The Bolick Family.! William Eugene "Gene" Staley, 79, of Julian WALTER BARTON, SR. LIBERTY Walter Barpassed away Thursday, April 24, 2014 at ton, Sr. died Thursday, April 17, 2014. Funeral Clapp's Nursing Center. A graveside service service will be held 3 p.m. Wednesday, April will be held Monday, April 28, 2014 at 23, 2014 at Edwards Grove Baptist Church, Gilmore Memorial Park at 11 a.m.; officiated Liberty. Burial will follow in the Amos Grove by Rev. Keith Jones and Rev. Lenny Rogers. Cemetery. Kimes Funeral Service, Liberty is in The family will receive friends on Sunday, charge of arrangements.! April 27, 2014 from 6-8 p.m. at Loflin Funeral JUNE B. HICKS STALEY June Brady "J.B." Home. He was the son of the late John Cleve- Hicks, 93, died Monday, April 21, 2014. Fuland and Pearl Inez Smith Staley and was also neral Services, 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 23, preceded in death by one grandchild. Surviv- 2014, at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Staley. ing is his wife of 59 years Edna Faye Fouts Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Staley; daughters, Edna Idol of Randleman, Arrangements by Loflin Funeral Home & Janice Jordan of Randleman, Shirley Nowaz Cremation Service, Ramseur.! of High Point, Carol Humphreys of TN, Mar- Local Obits! jorie Kirkman of High Point; sons, Darrell Sta- RICKY AYERS, SR. CLIMAX Ricky Ayers, Sr., ley of Thomasville and Kenneth Staley of Ju57, died Sunday, April 20, 2014. Funeral Serlian and numerous grandchildren. In lieu of vices, 3 p.m., Thursday, April 24, 2014, at flowers, memorials may be made to: The Ramseur Wesleyan Church, Ramseur. Burial Humane Society of the Piedmont, 4527 West will follow in the church cemetery. ArrangeWendover Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27409. ments by Loflin Funeral Home & Cremation Please share your thoughts and memories Service, Ramseur.! with the family at www.LoflinFH.com. Loflin LALA WAVELENE HAYNES ADAMS LIBFuneral Home of Liberty is honored to serve ERTY Lala Wavelene Haynes Adams, 79, of The Staley Family.! Liberty passed away on Thursday, April 17, JACK H. MCNEILL FRANKLINVILLE Jack 2014 at The Hospice and Palliative Care CenHampton McNeill, 83, died Monday, April 21, ter of Alamance Caswell. A memorial service 2014. Graveside Services, 11 a.m., Friday, will be held on Wednesday, April 23 at 2 p.m. April 25, 2014, at Brick Yard Cemetery, at The Loflin Funeral Home Chapel. The famFranklinville. Arrangements by Loflin Funer- ily will receive friends following the service at al Home & Cremation Service, Ramseur.! the funeral home. She was the daughter JANE FOUST BOLICK LIBERTY Jane Foust of the late Henry and Pearly Haynes and Bolick, 86, of Liberty passed away Tuesday, was also preceded in death by husband, April 22, 2014 at Woodland Hill Center. Jane Clyde Adams; son, Larry Adams and was an avid gardener with an incredible brother, Laydon Haynes. Surviving is her green thumb. She loved sharing her talent of daughter, Pamela Adams Daniel and her beautiful flowers with everyone she husband, Mike of Liberty; son, Royce 212 knew. A funeral service will be held on FriAdams of Greensboro; sister, Jane Stratday, April 25, 2014 at 11 a.m. at Mt Pleasant ton and husband, Wayne; brother, EdBaptist Church; burial will follow in the ward Haynes and wife, Audrey; grandchurch cemetery. The family will receive son, Dylan Adams and sister-in-law, Vefriends following the service in the church tral Sineath. At the family's request, in fellowship hall. She was the daughter of the lieu of flowers, memorial contributions late Z.C. and Bessie Wright Foust; and was may be made to Hospice of Alamance also preceded in death by her husband, Caswell, 918 Chapel Hill Road, BurlingDewey "Junior" Bolick; sisters, Hope Suits ton, NC 27215. Please share your and Justine Martin; brothers, John Foust, thoughts and memories with the family Gabe Foust and Ben Foust. Surviving are her at www.LoflinFH.com. Loflin Funeral sons, Arthur David Shelly of Julian, Larry Home of Liberty is honored to serve the Wayne Bolick (Stephanie) of Graham, Del Ray Adams family. Bolick of Julian; one granddaughter, Chelsie Bolick and several nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to: Randolph County Senior Adults, c/o Reitzel Senior Center, PO Box 336, Liberty, NC 27298. Please share your thoughts and memories

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Ph 336-622-2256 Office!

Ph 336-622-2258 Obit Line!

Tyson Nixon, Manager! And Staff!

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Service Starts At 10:30am The Liberty Artisan & Craft Gallery Proudly Displaying the Works of Over 100 Artists & Crafts People!

Barn Quilt Squares -4’x4’,  3’x3’, or 2’x2’  Not Just for Barns Anymore Display On Anything Outside or Inside That Needs a Splash of Color.

Open Sundays! By Appointment

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Hours: Tues-Sat. 10-5 Closed Sun. & Mon. Open Sunday By Appointment

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Bee Keeping Supplies Now Offering 8 and 10 Frame Woodenware. Call For Info On Package Bees For Spring 2014 To Pick Up In Liberty @ The Gallery

5546 NC Hwy 49 N, Liberty, NC 27298 Ph 336-622-3720

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NEW ADDITION FOR 2014!

Wild Bird Shop & Garden Décor, wild bird feeders, houses, waterers, de-icers, Bird Baths, large selection of wild bird food, seeds, suet, hummingbird feeders, food ! and supplies. Garden Décor – Bottle Trees, Garden Suncatchers, Windchimes, Wooden WheelBarrow planters, Squirrel Feeders, Whimsical Metal Garden Sculptures!


Benefit for Logan Castlebury Saturday May 31, 2014

Ramseur Public Library 1512 Main Street Ramseur, NC 27316 336-824-2232 Do Not Miss The Story Time Schedule Every Thurs @ 10:30am   

At Eastern Randolph High School Logan Castlebury is a beautiful, strong and vivacious 21-year old young lady who was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in February 2014. Logan is just starting her fight and we know medical bills and daily expenses will be adding up fast. Friends and family are organizing a BBQ and Auction benefit to help Logan and her family. Info - teamloganc@gmail.com

#teamlogan Cause no one Fights alone!

$5 wristband For kids to jump From 11am to 5:00pm

John 16:33

Our live auction will begin at 7pm in the gym

Plates include: BBQ, Baked Beans, Slaw, Rolls, Dessert & Drink. $8.00 per plate Served from 11:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. In the cafeteria

Volunteer at BBQ contact Stephanie sgee@rtmc.net (336)736-7503 Delivery available from 11a-2p only Call Angie (336) 953-6949 to arrange

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Best hand $400 Worst hand $100 $20 a bike includes 1 BBQ plate $10 a rider includes 2 BBQ plates Registration at ERHS 9:00am First bike leaves @ 11:00 am Last bike returns @3:00 pm

Want to Donate or Volunteer to help with the Auction, please contact Cindy - mrsclaus65@yahoo.com or Melissa - folandkm@yahoo.com

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Corn hole Tournament – $25/team. Start time 2:00 p.m. All teams need to be there by 1:30 p.m. Winning Team prizes will be awarded. Contact Melissa Cox at melissacox203@gmail.com or (336)302-4485 to enter a team.

Ride in Randolph County and Alamance County countryside Contact Charles Arrington (336)953-2602 if you have any questions

Improved and Updated Community Calendar Did you know you can visit our website and click on the calendar of events or community calendar to get a list of all the events. Even better, do you want your event listed. Drop us a line at

libertynewspaper@aol.comWebsite For Calendar

www.libertynewspaper.org www.celebrateliberty.org www.liberty-nc.com

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Thursday May 8 ! Movie Starts At 6:30pm! FREE Movie “Book Of ELI” ! Free Popcorn and Bottle Water! FREE TO ALL SINGLES 18 and Over ! 19

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Thursday May 1 at 7pm - Meet Everyone At ! Downtown Liberty At The Gazebo! We will all meet at the corner of N Greensboro St and W Swannanoa Ave in Liberty ! Join area churches as we pray for our town, county, state and Nation. There will be great singing and fellowship. Mark your calendars. ! ! 20


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Barn Door Nursery & Produce

Large Selection Of Vegetable Transplants Diversity Is Good! 19 HEIRLOOM & HYBRID TOMATOES 4 VARIETIES OF EGG PLANTS 5 VARIETIES SALAD TOMATOES 12 VARIETIES OF CUCUMBERS 6 VARIETIES OF HOT PEPPERS 8 VARIETIES OF SQUASH 7 VARIETIES OF BELL/SWEET PEPPERS 14 VARIETIES OF HERBS CALL MARY OR FRANK WELKER “ONLY ORGANICALLY APPROVED FERTILIZERS / PESTICIDES USED”

6709 Liberty Road - Julian,NC 336-685-4476

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Friday May 2 ( 5pm to 8pm)! Spaghetti Supper For Ray Family! Benefit Supper! At St Stephens AME Church (705 S Kirkman St)! ! A local elderly couple recently burnt out of their home without insurance. ! The Liberty Associations of Churches is holding a spaghetti supper for them.! The meal is free with a suggested donation of $5.! This is a matching funds event - Modern Woodmen will match the amount raised .

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EMPLOYMENT Restaurant Manager, cooks, and wait staff call 336-622-5496

FOR RENT Restaurant $1250. a month ! 2584 sq ft, lots of parking! call 386-566-7706

WANTED "A growing local church is in need of a larger building to accommodate its increasing attendance. The church is in need of a freestanding building in the Liberty area with ample parking space that could be converted into a location suitable for church services or an existing church building that is available for use.  Please contact the pastor with any information at (336) 964-5772."!

Benefit BINGO At the Silk Hope Community Center

April 3 & 17! May 1, 15 & 29! th June 5 & 18! July 3, 17 & 31! Aug 7 &th21! & th March Sept 4 6 & 18!20 Oct 2, 16 & 30! 6 & 20!of the month 1st , 3rdNov , & 5th Thursday Dec 4 & 18

NEXT BINGO: Feb 20

HARDIN LLC (919) 799-7739 www.hardinsllc.com

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FOR RENT

February 6 & 20 March 6 & 20

113 W Startmount Ave, Liberty Office

$275/month

TOTAL PRIZE MONEY OVER $1,000!!! Doors Open: 5:30 pm Early Game: 6:30 pm Regular Game: 7:15 pm

329 W Bowman Ave, Liberty

6,000 Sq Ft

Food • Drinks • Desserts 4221 Silk Hope Rd., Siler City • 919 663 0331 • www.silkhopenc.org The Silk Hope Ruritan Club will donate funds from Benefit BINGO to local schools, scholarships, teacher supplies, and aiding & improving the community.

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Mobile Home Lots For Rent! Wild Cherry Rd, Pittsboro! Lot Rent $200 Month! (Water And Trash Included)!

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We Buy Houses, Buildings & Land

Liberty Barber Shop 131 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty

The Better Question Is! “What Don’t We Do!”

Brian Riggs Wed thru Fri 8am-6pm! Sat 8am - 12:30pm! Ph 336-302-9290

We use the finest ingredients

-CLOSED MONDAYSSun & Tues-Thur:10:30am-10pm Fri -Sat: 10:30am-11pm ! 24

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