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Celebrate Liberty Festival A Huge Success

Back in 1999 Celebrate Liberty's Children which was an advocacy group to get kids age 0-5 healthy and ready for school was born. This was a function of the Liberty Chamber and local community volunteers. To kick this off they held a festival that was a great down home day centered around what our town is called , Liberty. From this spark we have what we enjoyed this July. In addition the committee changed the name from Liberty July Celebration back Events Calendar to Celebrate Liberty Festival. This year thanks to the generosity of Janice and Andy Sykes, Chip Butler and Liberty Rotary they covered the cost for the FREE KID-ZONE, where all kids played for free at no cost. This are included August climbing walls, inflatables to water rides. A huge winner was also the Liberty Fire Dept for providing not only fire 6 VBS Pg.6 trucks for kids to see but the ladder truck spraying water down for kids to enjoy. The Liberty Police Dept was very 7 Revival Pg. 5-6 instrumental in helping with the safety and managing the traffic after the fireworks. The Liberty Cub scouts Troop 11 Grand Opening Pg.19 502 provided this years free old fashion gaming area. Liberty Food Lion provided the free watermelons for the kids 17 Movie Night Pg. 10 to compete in the watermelon roll and the watermelon eating contest. As you can see listed below is the numerous 18 Community Meeting Pg.5 sponsors that contributed that allowed this event to take place. This year we 18 Fishing Tournament 22 Back to School Bash Pg.12 moved the stage to First UMC church ground and the shade trees provided 25 Free Hair Cut Pg. 29 much needed relief from the sun while the stage provided great music and demonstrations of the local Southeastern Karate and Sapphire Dance Future Dates Studio. A second stage was added on Swannanoa Ave to allow extra music. Fried Chicken and BBQ Sale A whole new addition was added this year with great success. That would Sept. 29 Pg.4 be the first ever Beer Garden in Liberty. Four Saints Brewery was the host Dental Bus Oct. 5 Pg.4 vendor and many thanks for Joel the owner that helped the town make sure all was in line. A special thanks to Councilmen Chris Compton that provided Next Edition a great shaded location. A super huge thank you to the Liberty Public Works Sept 7 for cleaning up the area after the festival that was a late night task. They also keep the trash containers emptied all day long. A long days of planning Deadline goes to the Liberty Redevelopment Committee for working out the details. Aug 31 The committee is comprised of , Town Manager Will Doerfer, Councilman Chris Compton, Teresa Bruchon, Debbie Adams, Angela Bell, Jason Clark, Ethan Morrow, Carol Wall, and Kevin Bowman. I believe the rest of this story is covered best by the pictures. Look forward to planning starting for next years festival. Many more things on tap for this coming year. If you would like to be part of Liberty Redevelopment please fee free to visit on the second Monday of each month at 5:30pm at the Liberty Town Hall.

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Platinum Sponsors 
 Randolph County Tourism
 The Town of Liberty 
 Dr. Andy & Janice Sykes
 Aire Serv of Liberty Gold Sponsors
 Quick Chek
 Dr. Chip Butler
 Liberty Rotary Club Silver Sponsors
 Dr. Maura Hamrick
 Express Mulch
 Sacknit
 Randolph Communications
 Liberty Leader Newspaper Bronze Sponsors
 Corner Bar
 Subway
 Meachum Realty
 Cut-N-Up Hair Salon
 Euliss Propane
 Liberty Ruritans
 Staley Plumbing
 Liberty Tire & Auto
 Friendly Beauty Shop
 Liberty Hardware 
 Fidelity Bank
 Freeman Ford 
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 EC Younts


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New Friends Group, Heritage Festival, Highlight Patterson Cottage Museum

Eagle Scout Award Austin Luke Cook Received the Eagle Scout Award on June 12th, 2018 for helping with the community food pantry. He created a food box for people in need Austin is 17 years old from Julian NC.

The Patterson Cottage Museum is gaining some new friends. A non profit group interested in supporting the museum has recently been formed and will soon be promoting the cottage, doing fund raising and holding special events. The first event will be a talk by Wally Jarrell, author of The “Randolph Hornets in the Civil War”. See separate article in the Liberty Leader for more information on this program. The group will also take part in the annual Heritage Festival at the Cottage held the last Saturday in September. (For more about this Festival, see the end of this article). The group, called Friends of the Historic Patterson Cottage Museum, Inc., decided to support the little museum after it was made aware of the need for a more secure, climate controlled space to house Liberty’s artifacts. When the 1884 cottage was moved onto Town property in 1974, the Town voted to have no expense involved in the building. The Town does, however, provide insurance on the building and contents and mows the yard. Everything else is provided by volunteers and donations from the community. Over the years, some of the artifacts collected in the 1970’s have begun to suffer in the unheated, un-air conditioned building, especially textiles and photos. Some glassware has been ruined over the years by an invasion of squirrels requiring the Patterson Cottage Committee to invest in display cases to house artifacts. Among the purposes of the charitable, educational organization are: To aid, assist and promote interest in and development of the Patterson Cottage Museum and any future branches. To assist in fundraising projects in support of the Patterson Cottage Museum through gifts, bequests and dues. To promote the concept that the Patterson Cottage Museum is an integral part of the community and a public resource. One of the long range goals of the Friends of the Patterson Cottage Museum will be to raise money to find an expanded, sustainable, more secure home for the museum. The vision of the Friends is to maintain the historic cottage as a cottage, furnished as it might have been in the 1880’s, and to find or build a suitable museum to house most of the artifacts that represent Liberty’s heritage. The Friends will meet in August to decide a membership dues schedule, a newsletter and other fund raising ideas. Members of the Board of Directors of the Friends are: Judy Hernandez, President, Terry Crouse, Vice-President, Janet Rodriguez, Secretary, Sandra Dixon, Treasurer, Lisa Brower, Judy Butler, Gary Davis, Jack Garner, Cindy Garrett, Judy Herndon, Tonya Shoffner and Matt Talbott. Stay tuned to the Patterson Cottage Facebook page and the Liberty Leader for more news of the Friends. The Patterson Cottage Museum Heritage Festival will be held Saturday, September 29, at the Cottage from 10-3. Admission is free and the public is invited. The Festival highlights the skills and crafts our ancestors. There will be weavers, pottery, a blacksmith, carvers, other vendors, music and food and the museum will be open. Vendors are needed for the festival. Space is free but limited. For more information, contact Warren Dixon at 336-622-2731.

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Liberty Ruritan Semi Annual Fried Chicken or BBQ Sale 6901 NC Hwy 49N , Liberty

Eat In or Take Out $8 a plate

Sept 29 Sat 11-7

The 100 Man Project, Inc.

Bethany United Methodist Church

will be sponsoring the Free Dental Clinic in Liberty on October 5th, 2018 at the Liberty Fire Department. We are searching for children and young adults who have not been able to afford dental care. If interested please call Kaffy Reynolds at 336-622-5844 or Joe Cuthbertson at 336-622-3688 for more information.


6151 Bethany Way , Staley (Off Troy Estate Rd West Of Liberty)

ATTENTION!!!!!!! If you have friends or relatives buried in the Bethany United Methodist Church cemetery who's headstones are broken, missing, or their graves unmarked, please contact: Richard Kimery 336-622-3261 Jason Shue 919-625-9815

You Know What Day It Is..

DRAWING TO BE HELD, WINNER TO BE ANNOUNCED The 100 Man Project, Inc has been selling tickets for a raffle to win $300.00. All tickets have been sold and the drawing will be held on August 3rd at 10:00AM Friday. You do not have to be present to win but we would like for you to join us for our monthly meeting. We have a new President this month, Gary Davis. Come and support him in the next years agenda. We want to thank Tom Meacham for his great leadership this past year.

COMMUNITY AREA RIDE SERVICE (C.A.R.S.)

HUMP DAY!!! Hump Day Dinner 6pm - 8pm 2nd Wednesday of each month

A local non-profit organization based in Liberty. We offer transportation for residents of Liberty or Staley or folks that have a 622-Telephone exchange to medical facilities, social services or nursing homes.

You Are Invited Bethany United Methodist Church 6151 Bethany Way, Staley FREE DINNER Come One - Come All Any Donations are forwarded to Bethany UMC and Liberty Assoc. of Churches

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Wally Jarrell to Give Civil War Program

3 Year Anniversary! FREE !! 3 Day Car Rental

              Wally Jarrell, author of “The Randolph Hornets in the Civil War” will present a program on Randolph County’s role in the War Saturday, August 18, at 11:00 in the Council Room at the Liberty Town Hall. The program, sponsored by the Friends of the Patterson Cottage Museum, is free and the public is invited.             Jarrell is widely considered an expert on Company M and its parent regiment the 22nd North Carolina Infantry, which included many men from Liberty and Randolph County. He will also display part of his Civil War artifact collection including weapons and a replica uniform as worn by the men of Company M.             The Patterson Cottage Museum will be open to the public from 11-2 on August 18, also. The museum houses several Civil War items, in addition to an eclectic collection of artifacts from the area. For more information, call Warren Dixon at 336-622-2731.

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Thank you for your continued support these past 3 years! Like us on Facebook and enter to win a FREE Complete Detail! High Tech Collision INC

Julian Volunteer Fire & Rescue will be having their Annual Community Meeting August 18th at 8:00 pm 4317 Folger Rd. Julian, NC 37283. We will be giving the yearly reports and voting on the new members for the upcoming year. If you live in the Fire District please make plans to attend. If you have any questions please contact Chief Folwell @ 336-685-4201.

The Liberty Artisan & Craft Gallery 5546 NC Hwy 49N- Liberty, NC 27298 Phone: (336)622-3720 Tue - Sat 10am-5pm

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"For God So Loved the World" Vacation Bible SchoolÂ

Monday, August 6 - Thursday, August 9 6:30-8 PM All ages are welcome! Â

Grace Independent Baptist Church 4616 Liberty Grove Rd., Liberty, NC

Stop by the Liberty Bargain Shop Thrift Store! Wednesday & Saturday 10am - 2pm Thursday & Friday 10am - 5pm 329 W. Bowman Avenue Liberty, NC 27298 Extra parking in the lot just past the store Items we do not take Exercise equipment, Computers, Old TVs, Large Appliances

Proceeds from the Bargain Shop Thrift Store are used to fund the Emergency Assistance Program sponsored by the Liberty Association of Churches.

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Save Big When Heading Back to School

St. Stephen AME Church welcomes everyone to our annual revival services to be held on Aug. 5-8, 2018. August 5: Sunday morning worship will begin at 11:00 am with our very own pastor, Reverend Kevin Odom delivering the morning message.  We invite you to stay for a delicious lunch prepared in. your honor and  return for our evening service at 2:30 p.m. Guest speaker,  Reverend Robert Goode, Springdale AME Church and congregation will deliver our evening message. Monday, Aug 6-8 nightly services will begin at 7 p.m. with POWERHOUSES bringing a word from the Lord:   Rev. Dr. William Wilson, Bethsada Missionary Baptist, Presiding Elder Anita Thompson, ENCC and Rev. Dr. Larry Covington, Ebenezer UCC, Burlington,.

Come be Revived, Renewed in Jesus! St. Stephen AME Church Celebrates 120th Church Anniversary, Sunday,August 19,2018 232 N. Greensboro St. • Liberty, NC 27298

336-622-2248 • www.libertytireandauto.net

11:00 morning worship and lunch 3:00 p.m. Bishop James Levert Davis, 2nd Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church

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MYTHBUSTERS Some common myths that just aren’t true.

YOU LOSE BODY HEAT FASTEST THROUGH YOUR HEAD.

WALMART HAS THE LOWEST PRICES ON MEDICATION

THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA CAN BE SEEN FROM SPACE

Walmart has the lowest prices on medication. While they claim to have the lowest price, Stokesdale, Walkertown and Liberty Pharmacies actually have the lowest prices on many of the most popular medications that people take on a regular basis. The chart to the right shows the actual difference.

MOUNT EVEREST IS THE TALLEST MOUNTAIN IN THE WORLD

QUANTITY

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Atorvastatin (Lipitor®) 20 mg

30 Tabs

$30*

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30 Caps

$203*

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$60*

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MEDICATION

• The Great Wall of China can be seen from space. It is commonly believed that one of the greatest feats of mankind is so huge it can be seen from the moon. Apollo astronauts have confirmed that you can’t see the Great Wall of China from above and that all you can see from the moon is the white and blue marble of Earth.

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SILDENAFIL...$2 - 25 MG | $4 - 50 MG | $8 - 100 MG • You lose body heat fastest through your head. You know when your mom tells you to put something on your head if you want to keep warm? Well apparently that’s just an old wives’ tale. Experts say you should be just as cold if you went without a hat as if you went without trousers.

DROPPING A PENNY FROM THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING WILL KILL SOMEONE.

• Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world. The summit of Mount Everest is higher above sea level than the summit of any other mountain however Mauna Kea in Hawaii is the tallest when measured from base to summit. • Dropping a penny from the Empire State Building will kill someone. Yes it towers 1,180 feet high but a penny only weighs a gram and it tumbles as it falls. Its light weight combined with the tumbling effect produces so much air resistance that the penny never really gathers speed before it hits its terminal velocity and therefore definitely not enough to kill you.

Receive $5.00 off for each new or transferred prescription. Not redeemable for cash. Not valid with any other offer. Not refundable or Transferable. Valid on regularly priced items only. Customer responsible for all taxes. See store for restrictions. This offer is not redeemable by beneficiaries of or in connection with products paid for in whole or in part by government programs, medicaid, TRICARE, and Medicare (including Medicare Part D, Medicare Advantage, or Medicare Part B).

Liberty Family Pharmacy

Walkertown Family Pharmacy

Stokesdale Family Pharmacy

430 N Greensboro St Liberty, NC 27298 336-795-0052 Toll free 1-855-USE-DRUG.

2905 Darrow Rd Walkertown, NC 27051 336-595-6979 Toll free 1-855-USE-DRUG.

8500 US Highway 158 Stokesdale, NC 27357 336-644-7288 Toll free 1-855-USE-DRUG.

*Prices are quotes from 3/2018 at Greensboro area Walmart pharmacies

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SUPPLY & GROCERY

YE OLD COUNTRY KITCHEN

New Summer Hours Effective April 15th, 2017 Mon-Fri 6am-9pm Sat 7am-8pm Sun 1pm- 5pm 4508 NC Hwy 49N, Liberty

Phone 336-622-1531 Visit our new web page @ www.sportsmanssupplyliberty.com

327 Drama Rd, Snow Camp Ph 336-376-6991

new hours:

Live Bait sold all year (minnows, crickets, and worms) Fishing Tackle And Hunting Supplies

11 AM to 9 PM Wednesday through Friday 7 AM- 9 PM on Saturday (Breakfast Buffet on Saturday Mornings) 11 AM-8:30 PM on Sundays

Millstone Catering Snow Camp, NC Private Parties Welcome Full Catering Service

Check Out Millstone Catering Facebook Here For Your Parties & Catering

www.yeoldcountrykitchen.net

Friday, August 17 7:30 p.m. First United Methodist Church 123 N. Fayetteville Street Liberty

Conceal weapon class July 15th Starts @1pm and lunch will be provided Cost $100 Please call 336-622-1531 to register

New Lews Rods and Reals

We have new AR-15's in stock! Also we are carrying shaved ice now

Hoop Cheese, Pinto Beans, Raw Peanuts, Country Ham, Old Fashion Candy, and Delaney’s Pimento Cheese, Local beef and pork Homeland Creamery Milk and Ice Cream We Now Offer 90% Octane non Ethanol Gas Gas (reg, non ethanol, off road fuel, diesel)

Invite your friends, family and neighbors! All are welcome to attend! Popcorn and drinks will be provided. Bring a comfy chair if you want. Movie will be held in our Fellowship Hall. Showing “Secrets of Johnathan Sperry” for adults/older children. “All God’s Creatures” for younger children. Call the church for more information at (336) 622-4682. Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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The Liberty Leader Newspaper Lets Learn Who Liberty Rotary Is

To start of, we need to know what Rotary is. Rotary was founded on February 23,1905. It is the largest service organization in the world. One of their major contributions to the world has been to come close to eliminating Polio. Last year there was only 8 cases in the whole world. Paul Harris was one the founding members in Illinois that started this great organization. Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves. Solving real problems takes real commitment and vision. For more than 110 years, Rotary's people of action have used their passion, energy, and intelligence to take action on sustainable projects. From literacy and peace to water and health, they are always working to better our world, and they stay committed to the end. Object of Rotary The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and foster: FIRST: The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service; SECOND: High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to serve society; THIRD: The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian’s personal, business, and community life; FOURTH: The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.

The Four-Way Test The Four-Way Test is a nonpartisan and nonsectarian ethical guide for Rotarian's to use for their personal and professional relationships. The test has been translated into more than 100 languages, and Rotarian's recite it at club meetings: Of the things we think, say or do Is it the TRUTH? Is it FAIR to all concerned? Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned? So the Liberty Rotary is made up of 24 local people and are always open door to more that want to serve the community. Service Before Self is their motto. Rotary was founded in Jan 11, 1929 (actually started meeting in 1928). They have been the sponsor of the Boy Scout Troop 502 and provided them with their hut and land to hold meeting. Our Liberty Club was the first to have a Paul Harris Fellow in our distrit. They currently meet every Thursday at 6:30pm at Beaver Creek BBQ with a meeting and a meal to follow. Some of the things that Liberty Rotary has and/or  still does, sponsor a health clinic with flu shots, breakfast for Boy Scouts, golf tournament, free dictionaries for all 3rd graders in Randolph Co, donated items to Liberty Fire and Police Dept., local high school scholarships each year, adopt a high way, sponsor High School Jrs for Leadership week at Guilford College, sponsor international dental clinic, sponsor of numerous local events (such as Free Play at KIDZONE at Celebrate Liberty Festival), feeding Liberty School Backpack program kids during summer months, building the 4 shelters at Liberty Farmers Market (along with help from Supertex and Ed Cummings) and numerous others. Their biggest club motto is , "A good Rotarian never says NO" At the installation for the new club year, New President Chip Butler, recognized , Robert Wilkie with the president's award for excellence, David Beck got the "service above self "  award   and Paula Linberry got the "distinguished award" for best supporting Rotarian. President Chip Butler stated, "we want to continue to be a resource for the community, if anyone interested in joining call 336-622-5515 or contact a member." This years students that received scholarships is listed below.  Grayson Browder, son of Cameron and Robyn Browder. Sister, Avery. Going to North Carolina State University to study mechanical engineering. Eric King, son of Pres and Kim King. Sister, Maddie. Going to Western Carolina University. Hannah Toomes, daughter of Michael and Debbie Toomes. Grandfather,Fred Ramos. Going to Campbell University to study psychology.

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Club LTD…It’s an Experience

Hall Of Fame

Located in Downtown Liberty, NC 113 W. Swannanoa Avenue Open Daily from 10:00 am until 3:00 am

All are welcome to join us! Monday – Mellow Monday…stop in for a beer and good conversation Tuesday – LGBT Night….all are welcome to come out and party! Wednesday – Wet Your Whistle Wednesday….Karaoke begins at 8:00 pm Thursday – Thirsty Thursday….Drink Special weekly… Friday - Ladies Night…LADIES in free b/4 11pm..after 11pm members pay $5 guest $10…DRESS TO IMPRESS Saturday – Soulful Saturdays –DRESS TO IMPRESS Sunday – Southern Soul Sunday/Bike Night-also, something new & exciting to come next month!!! This is a private club catering to our membership on the weekend. Membership fee is $15 a year. Once this is paid you will receive a card and only pay $5 on Saturdays/Sundays and special events…guest of members pay $10. **DRESS CODE IS ENFORCED ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AS WE OUR NIGHTLIFE AT 10:00 PM…NO BAGGY CLOTHES, NO SAGGING, SNEAKERS OR ATHLETIC WEAR—GUYS MUST WEAR A COLLARED SHIRT* THIS IS FOR THE GROWN AND SEXY!!! We would like your consideration for rental of the facility to have your birthday parties, receptions, family reunions, paint parties, exercise classes, and so much more! Contact us on Facebook messenger page under Club LTD Experience or via email at mcbrown777@gmail.com … enjoy the Experience!

Eastern Randolph is proud to release the Class of 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees. They will be inducted on August 31 at the halftime ceremony. There will be reception in the gym lobby prior to the ceremony for family and friends of the inductees. This is an exceptional class of Eastern Randolph’s athletes and coaches that contributed to entire student population, community, and state.

Donnie Baxter—1979-1983 (Football, Baseball, and Community Leader) Corey Dowless---Class of 2006 (Football and Track) Morgan Frazier---Class of 1998 (Football, Basketball, Baseball) Greg Hardin------1985-2008 (Wrestling, Football, Track) Denise Stubbs---Class of 2001 (Volleyball, Basketball, Track) Terry Williams---Class of 1969 (Baseball, Football) Steven Wright---Class of 1995 (Baseball, Football)

I asked the new owners a few questions to get to know them. They moved here from Florida. They brought their experience from Florida to this little town. They saw an opportunity to bring Night Life to a small town. Their biggest desire is to create a place to be an experience for everyone to enjoy themselves and be in good company. Also they stated this would help to boost the economy and brings jobs to our small town. So I encourage you to stop in. For the younger generation that says we wish we had a night scene, well here it is.

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Tropica Tan Tanning / Lotions / Spray Tan

Cameron Cares Back To School Give Away August 18 Starting At 10:30am until items gone Downtown Liberty (Intersection of W Swannanoa & N Greensboro St)

• Tanning & Gym Packages Available

• Spray Tan Packages Available

Mon. Tues.-Fri. Sat.

3pm - 7pm 11am - 7pm 9am - 2pm

Check us out on facebook! 112 W. Swannanoa Ave.

336-795-0259

Liberty Ice cream parlor Hours Tues.-Wed.-Thur. 4pm-8pm Fri.-Sat. 1pm-9pm

Cameron loved giving children pencils, pens, drawing books and etc to use for school. Please stop by and bring your child out for these FREE items. First come first serve until all items are gone. Sponsored by The Hooker Family & Holt Inc.

“Blessing of the Backpacks” Join with us as we pray for all of our students going back to school this fall.

Birthday Parties

Students are encouraged to bring their backpacks with them this day. Everyone is welcome & invited to attend.

Arcade Games Youth Groups

Sunday, August 26th 11:00 am First United Methodist Church 123 N. Fayetteville St., Liberty, NC

Sports Parties (Trophy)

436 N Greensboro St. Liberty, NC. 27298 (336)795-0003

Call (336) 622-4682 for more information

South Eastern Karate Assoc. Serving Liberty for Nearly 25 Years Starting New Students Any Time Ages 5 to Adult No hidden fees or contracts required $45 per month (family discount available) 114 West Swannanoa Ave. Liberty NC (3rd floor)

Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do www.southeasternkarate.com Call 919-548-5689 for information Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Shrub trimming. Debris removal. Tree trimming and removal. Mulch. Gravel. Etc. • • • • • • • • • • •

146 acres, old 421 Rd. North near Liberty city limits, long railroad frontage, 70+ acres clear, $10,000 per acre as a whole 10+ acres, with 3 bed, 2 bath double wide, large shop, lots of paved road frontage at 5549 Sandy Creek Church Rd., $99,500.00 10 acres on old 421 South between Staley and Siler City, 4 acres open and 6 acres wooded, new three bedroom septic permit, $100,000.00 Near 4144 Old Julian Rd, Julian…25 wooded acres with creek on North side, older farm buildings, 127,500. 404 E. Starmount Ave., 3 bedroom, 3 full bathroom brick in excellent condition on corner lot near Elementary School, $139,500.00 #44 Santek Rd., Staley, 119 acres, may subdivide, across from proposed Chatham County Economic Development 1,800 acre site, call our office. 3407 Staley Store Rd. 2 bedroom, two bath mobile home on 3.61 acres with creek bordering rear; $40,000.00 3365 Staley Store Rd., 4.52 acres vacant land with creek in rear; seller will provide septic system permit; $39,900.00 1.45 acre lot on liberty Grove Church Rd. Site built home only, $22,500.00 Building lots from 1/2 to 3 acres in all areas around Liberty. Some are site built only lots, some modular, some doublewide & single wide lots. $22,000 to 39,900 and some are with owner financing Call us for single family home rentals in the Liberty area!

Meacham Realty, Inc. Tom Meacham

205 E Swannanoa Ave- Liberty Office :622-1998 Fax: 622-5998 Email: meachamrealty@rtelco.net

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Cross Road Vending Liberty, NC 27298 336-339-5146 drherndon32@gmail.com

LOFLIN FUNERAL HOME OF LIBERTY

212 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty

Ph 336-622-2256 Office

Scholarship Recipients 2018 It is with great pleasure that we announce the recipients of our Turn to Education scholarship. Each year we try to convey our gratitude to all of the businesses and clubs that allow us to place our machines in their locations. Thank You!

Ph 336-622-2258 Obit Line

Tyson Nixon, Manager And Staff Serving The Local Community

Chatham Jordan-Matthews

Litzy Zarate

$200

Northwood

Keila Vasquez

$200

Lee County

Guadalupe Vazquez

$250

Alamance Cody Mills

$200

Southern Alamance

Helping generations achieve their dreams.

Randolph Asheboro

Isaiah Ridley

$200

Providence Grove Anna Thomas Sidney Ritch

$200 $200

Randleman

$200

Ivie Simmons

Since 1894, we have been committed to putting clients first. Helping generations through tough times and good times. Never taking a bailout. Call me today at 336.858.5548. Colleen Downey Mitchell, AAMSÂŽ Financial Advisor Sullivan WealthWealth Management RiverRock Management A financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. 1029 Sunset Avenue Asheboro, NC 27203 336.858.5548 colleen.mitchell@ampf.com ameripriseadvisors.com/ colleen.mitchell

Ph 336.610.6200 Note: All of the scholarship proceeds gathered from my machines stay in the LOCAL AREA and go to LOCAL STUDENTS. Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Guinea keets for sale, ranging in age from 3-6 weeks $5 each, lavender and pearl in color. Very healthy birds, must pick up in Franklinville 336-498-2383 for more information

ADAMS HOME REPAIR 3059 BYRD HOUSE RD

STALEY, NC 27298

(336)451-1954

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Free Estimates Insured References Upon Request

I will always give you an honest days work!

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EARTH VISIONS Therapeutic Massage - Medical Massage

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Great News For Liberty and North East Randolph Community

516 N Greensboro St Ph 622-4208 M-Th 11am-9pm F-Sat 11am-9pm

Whole Ham BBQ

Cooked Fresh Never Frozen Daily Hot Bar Specials FREE WIFI

Now Serving

Fire District Receives New Rating After Inspection State Officials Award New District Rating RALEIGH - North Carolina Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Causey announced today that the following Fire Districts completed their routine inspection and received the listed rating, on listed effective dates. The inspection, conducted by officials with the Department of Insurance Office of State Fire Marshal (OSFM), is required on a regular basis as part of the North Carolina Response Rating System (NCRRS). Among other things, the routine inspections look for proper staffing levels, sufficient equipment, proper maintenance of equipment, communications capabilities and availability of a water source. District Type Rating Effective ======== =========== ========= Liberty Municipal 3 10/01/2018 N E Randolph Rural 4/9E 10/01/2018 The NCRRS rating system ranges from one (highest) to 10 (not recognized as a certified fire department by the state), with most rural departments falling into the 9S category. While lower ratings do not necessarily indicate poor service, a higher rating does suggest that a department is overall better equipped to respond to fires in its district. Higher ratings can also significantly lower homeowners insurance rates in that fire district. "I'd like to congratulate Chief Talbott for the department's performance and for the hard work of all the department members," said Commissioner Causey. "The citizens in the Town of these districts should rest easy knowing they have a fine group of firefighters protecting them and their property in case of an emergency.� State law requires OSFM officials to inspect departments serving districts of 100,000 people or less, which makes up all but twelve of the state's fire districts.

Flounder & Shrimp Thur,Fri & Sat Call Us For All Your Catering Needs Beaver Creek Also Have A Mobile Kitchen Home made desserts, Homestyle cooking, 30 item salad bar

Call To Reserve

Fourth Saturday Each Month Is Date Night Here 2 For Specials

Now open on Sunday's for Breakfast & Lunch. Hours: Breakfast 8am-11am Lunch 11am -2pm

SAVE $$ ON LIFE INSURANCE We help you choose the best for you from over 8 A rated companies Children's Whole Life Insurance. $10,000 as little as $4.00 monthly. Home Health Insurance Helps you stay at home instead of a nursing home. Includes Prescription Drug Benefit Over 30 years experience.

Seafood served Thursday, Friday, & Saturdays 4:30pm - 9pm Sundays 11am - 2pm Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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DENTISTRY Edward Scott DDS - Erin Scott DDS

Family, Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry “Emergencies Seen Same Day” Located in the Forest Oaks Community www.southeastdentistry.com

336-674-2497 or 336-674-6936 5439 Liberty Rd, Greensboro 336-944-4248 - Residence Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Home Repair/Maintenance Done Right

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Southern Comfort Home Care “Home is where the heart is“ That’s where we want you to stay!!

Vinyl Replacement Windows Vinyl Handrail Siding Doors/Drywall Repair Plumbing Bathroom Remodeling Laminate Floors Termite Damage And the list goes on… 30 Years Experience

Jennifer McCarty Owner/ Director

2435 Jay Shambley Rd Pittsboro, N.C. 27312 southerncomforthomecare.org

Cell (336) 269-0160 Email- lowe.ger83@gmail.com                           Gerald Lowe

here.

919-931-1352

jennifer_01@peoplepc.com

$9 Shampoo sets on Thursdays for seniors

we are

to help, to serve, to love, to bring hope. First United Methodist Church 123 N. Fayetteville St., Liberty NC 27298 Rev. Lisa Tanico 336.253.8672 (cell) 336.622.4682 (office) ltanico@wnccumc.net

Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Local Liberty Girl Wins Duathlon In Mississippi While vacationing with her aunt and uncle in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, Lily Butler signed up to race in a Duathlon with her uncle Steve. The ‘In Hot Pursuit Duathlon and Road Race’ was held on June 30th in hot Mississippi. This race was organized to raise funds to support The Hancock County Canine Operation, which benefits K9 units serving and protecting the local bay area community. This 4th annual race had over 75 teams competing in a 2-11-2 course. A participant from each team would run two miles, tag their team partner who would then bike 11 miles, and the last team member would run two miles. Lily started the race by running two miles. Uncle Steve completed the middle part of the course by biking 11 miles. Lily completed the final leg of the race by running two more miles. Although Uncle Steve is an avid biker, this was the first official race that Lily had entered. We are proud to announce that Lily and Uncle Steve won the ‘In Hot Pursuit Duathlon and Road Race’!!! The combined time for the 2-11-2 race was 01.16.02 . This was a monumental feat considering the level of competition. By the way, Uncle Steve is 69 years old and Lily just turned 14. Way to go team!

Teague’s Farm And Garden

8912 Pleasant Hill Church Rd. Snow Camp, NC. 27349 (336)376-6660

Saturday Aug 11

Grand RE-Opening Customer Appreciation Day

All Day Saturday Aug 11

Free Hotdogs 11am -1pm Specials All Day Long

On Only g 11 u Sat A fill On Re 20lb e Tanks an Prop $10 Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Come Visit With Jane And The Twisters Pork Chop Sandwich Chicken Dumplings Tues Potato Soup - Wed Chili Beans Daily Phone 336-622-5007 161 S Greensboro St, Liberty NC

Numerous Other Great Deals Hours: Monday to Saturday 10:30am – 9pm CLOSED Sunday

Karaoke Every Saturday Night

K&K PARTS

K & K Parts

(on corner of Old 421 & Kinro Rd) We are your local Tractor Parts Dealer

We sell new aftermarket parts for most makes and model! Come by or give Joe Kirkman A Call At 336-622-3086

Friendly Beauty Shop 514 N Greensboro St, Liberty

Mandy Ph 622-4989

Susie

Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Megan

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Free Health Fair in Cedar Falls Randolph Health is proud to partner with the Cedar Falls Community Association to provide a Free Community Health Fair. The Health Fair will be held at the Cedar Falls Community Center – 2306 River Rat Road, Cedar Falls on Wednesday, August 15th from 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. Health care staff will be on site and able to provide free: - blood pressure checks - diabetes education - physical therapy options - explore senior living - discuss joint pain options - dental health with Dr. W. Kelly Harris - Randolph County EMS Free Chick-fil-A sandwiches will be given to the first 50 participants and door prizes will be handed out throughout the event. This free health fair is just one of the many events offered to the community through Randolph Health at no cost. For more information on this event please call 336.625.5782 or 336.629.9210. (Reporters/Editors: For more information, please call April Thornton at (336)629-8885.)

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Join us for our Ice Cream Social August 28th, 2018 6:30pm - 8pm Boys Kindergarten - 5th Grades Liberty FUMC Fellowship Hall Here’s where you can learn more about what we do as Scouts in our Community. If you have questions please bring them. We have your answers!

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Swaim Electric Heat & A/C

3743 New Salem Rd , Climax 336-685-9722

www.swaimelectric.com

60 MONTHS 0% APR.* Heat Now, Pay Later. Imagine coming home every day to an environment that’s as fresh, clean and healthy as it is comfortable. Now is the perfect time to make that a reality, with a Trane high performance heating and cooling system. And with 0% APR Financing with equal payments for 36 Months on a qualifying Trane systems, it’s never been so easy to own one. Maximum comfort, lower heating and cooling costs, clean indoor air, and affordable payment options -- that’s the Trane difference. Hurry! Must Purchase by February 29, 2012

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SAVE ON YOUR E.D. MEDICATION

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China House 336-685-9722 www.trane.com

*Special financing offers valid on qualifying systems only. All sales must be to homeowners in the United States. Void where prohibited. The Home Projects Visa card is issued by Wells Fargo Financial National Bank. Special terms apply to qualifying purchases charged with approved credit at participating merchants. The special terms APR will continue to apply until all qualifying purchases are paid in full. 0% APR/60 Months: The minimum monthly payment will be the amount that will pay for the purchase in full in equal payments during the special terms period. For newly opened accounts, the regular APR is 27.99%. The APR will vary with the market based on the U.S. Prime Rate. The regular APR is given as of 1/10/2012. If you are charged interest in any billing cycle, the minimum interest charge will be $1.00. The regular APR will apply to certain fees such as a late payment fee or if you use the card for other transactions. If you use the card for cash advances, the cash advance fee is 5.0% of the amount of the cash advance, but not less than $10.00. Monthly payment if shown based on $7,100 purchase.

Chinese Restaurant

TASTE THE DIFFERENCE We Use The Finest Ingredients- Fresh & Healthy Hours Ph 336-622-1518 Mon Closed

252 W Swannanoa Food Lion Plaza Liberty, NC

Tue-Thu 10:30am -9pm Fri-Sat 10:30am-10pm Sun 10:30am-9pm

Y’all Come Back Cafe 119 S Fayetteville St, Liberty

Ph 622-2984

Hours: Mon-Fri 6am-2pm Sat 6am-11am Sun 7am - 11am

Sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra®, is now available in a generic 25mg, 50 mg 100 mg tablet, and it is MUCH less expensive than Viagra®. We cannot substitute any prescription or refill for Cialis or Levitra. Just bring this ad to your doctor and have him electronically send the following prescription to Stokesdale Family Pharmacy. RX: 50 mg PO x1; Max: 100 mg/dose up to 1 dose/day; Info: give 0.5-4h before sexual activity; consider starting 25 mg PO x1 in pts >65 yo

Liberty Family Pharmacy

Walkertown Family Pharmacy

Stokesdale Family Pharmacy

430 N Greensboro St Liberty, NC 27298 336-795-0052 Toll free 1-855-USE-DRUG.

2905 Darrow Rd Walkertown, NC 27051 336-595-6979 Toll free 1-855-USE-DRUG.

8500 US Highway 158 Stokesdale, NC 27357 336-644-7288 Toll free 1-855-USE-DRUG.

Foods So Good You’ll Wanna Come Back

Liberty Chiropractic Center 104 N Greensboro St, Liberty Phone (336)622-1600 ———————————————————

“Neck Pain, Knee Pain, Back Pain, Headaches, Family Wellness Care, Ear Infections, Allergies, Asthma, Scoliosis, Healthier Children, Bed Wetting, Pregnancy, Depression & Anxiety”

NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Like Us On Facebook @ LibertyChiropracticCenter Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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John "Buddy" Poe May 2018

was flying home with his wife from visiting his sister in California, when he had a stroke on the airplane. The plane landed in Salt Lake City, Utah, and John was rushed to the hospital where he spent a week in ICU! Scans revealed John had actually suffered two different types of strokes, affecting the whole right side of his brain (which controls left side of the body), leaving John with left side paralysis! After almost a month in Utah, John was able to fly home, and then immediately transported to High Point Regional Rehabilitation Center where he spent another month! John was finally able to return home on June 19, two months after leaving home for his California trip. Everything is different now, but both John and his wife, Carolyn are thankful for God's mercy and that John is still here!! Due to John's paralysis, he has to have daily assistance for everyday tasks and cannot stay alone. He will not be able to return to work. John's sister and brother in law, Jim and Linda Smith have taken on the responsibility of staying with John during the day while his wife, Carolyn has had to return to work. However, Carolyn is still having to miss quite a bit of work due to weekly Dr. appointments and therapy sessions (several per week)!! John is learning to use a hemi walker some, but still has a long journey ahead of him!! Medical bills and regular bills have started to pile in, adding more uncertainty to the days ahead. Family and friends will be hosting a BBQ Benefit for John "Buddy" Poe on Saturday, September 8 from 3-7 pm at the American Legion Hut in Liberty with gospel music, a silent auction,and a raffle! Please come out for good food and fellowship to help support this family in their time of need! The family of John "Buddy" Poe is forever grateful for everyone's prayers and contributions thus far!! May God bless you all!!

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House For sale

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Kindergarten Registration Going on Now! Liberty Elementary School COBLES PRESSURE WASHING Lets Us Get Your House Ready And get your house ready for holidays

336-669-4075

Earth Visions offers:

Group Exercise Programs Group Outdoor Education

Personal Coaching

Total Body Awareness

Call EARTH VISIONS to Learn More: 622-1844

Movement, Balance and Strength It's more than just Exercise M W F: 6am or 8am T Th 6pm

Earth Visions

5264 York Martin Rd,Liberty earthvisions@rtelco.net Where Fitness, Fun & Fellowship Become One!

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For All Ages

WE DON'T CUT WOOD ,MOW YARDS, TRIM SHRUBS,PAINT PUT UP FENCES OR ANY THING ELSE.. WE PRESSURE WASH EVERY THING THAT WHY THE CALL US THE CLEANING PRO'S WE ARE THE BEST AROUND BEEN IN BUSINESS 25 YEARS... FROM FOUNDATIONS TO SHINGLE ROOFS WE DO IT ALL SO GIVE US A CALL FOR ALL YOUR CLEANING NEEDS....

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Liberty Chamber Newsletter August 2018
 by Teresa Bruchon Our Mission:
 The Liberty Chamber of Commerce strives to support and promote Liberty and its businesses. We encourage positive business relations, increase business contacts and generate business opportunities. We work in conjunction with the Town of Liberty, our Chamber members, and loyal citizens to make Liberty a great place to live and work. Celebrate Liberty! A Big Thank You to our 2018 Celebrate Liberty Sponsors! The Liberty Chamber of Commerce and the Liberty Redevelopment Committee want to extend our gratitude to our many sponsors who gave their support to celebrate our home town of Liberty. 
 Please keep in mind that without the generous donations from the following sponsors, our town of Liberty would be unable to host such an amazing event as the Celebrate Liberty Festival. Info Booth: The Liberty Chamber set up an Informational Booth at the Celebrate Liberty Festival. The Chamber provided festival maps, directed people to festival activities and attractions. We encouraged Liberty Chamber membership, but also promoted The Town of Liberty and Randolph County by distributing informational brochures. We also gave out free bottles of water to festival goers and bubbles to the kids. Looking Good! The Chamber Caboose that is. Have you noticed the changes on the corner? The Liberty Chamber had some much needed landscaping done on the corner lot. Now you can see the Red Caboose again! The Chamber helped arrange the project for someone who needed to fulfill Community Service hours. This person did an amazing job and truly demonstrated their desire to make restitution to the community. Thank you from the Chamber. Check Us Out! Please check out our Chamber Website: 
 www.libertychambernc.com
 We have made some changes and updates. We hope you find it bright, attractive, informative and much easier to navigate. Check us out. We would appreciate your feed-back. We want to make the site as user friendly as possible. Let’s Do Dinner! Wednesday September 19th at the American Legion Post#81. Things will be a little different this year. Our Fall Chamber Event will take place in the evening. Instead of having a jammed packed lunch hour, we will have a more relaxed schedule in an evening event. Don’t worry we are still keeping our favorite part…..The Taste of the Town, where chamber members get to sample a variety of specialty items from our favorite local restaurants.
 Doors open at 5:00: for "Cocktails & Conversation"
 6:00: Taste of the Town Dinner Competition 6:30: Informational Session Thank you for your involvement, commitment and investment in the Liberty Chamber Platinum Sponsors 
 Randolph County Tourism
 The Town of Liberty 
 Dr. Andy & Janice Sykes
 Aire Serv of Liberty Gold Sponsors
 Quick Chek
 Dr. Chip Butler
 Liberty Rotary Club Silver Sponsors
 Dr. Maura Hamrick
 Express Mulch
 Sacknit
 Randolph Communications
 Liberty Leader Newspaper

Bronze Sponsors
 Corner Bar
 Subway
 Meachum Realty
 Cut-N-Up Hair Salon
 Euliss Propane
 Liberty Ruritans
 Staley Plumbing
 Liberty Tire & Auto
 Friendly Beauty Shop
 Liberty Hardware 
 Fidelity Bank
 Freeman Ford 
 Col. Guy Troy
 EC Younts


Call to become a member 336-622-4937

Thank you again Sponsors! You make Liberty Great!

thank you Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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766 S. Greensboro Street Liberty

Phone # 336-795-1035 Hours

Lets all pray

Tuesday - Thursday 7am-2:30pm Friday- Saturday 7am- 8pm Sunday 8am- 2:30pm

Home Style Cooking Dine In / Out Plus we offer catering!!!

I’ve learned that everyone involved in the education of school-age children could use our prayers. Whether you are a public school, private school, or homeschool family, praying for teachers, students, and schools is a great way to start the school year. Our classrooms need our prayers! Pray for our students, our teachers, our parents of students, our school system, and the staff.

Now offering 8 oz. Prime Black Angus Sirloin Steak Dinner on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday only"

Business delivery available with in a 4 mile radius $12 minimum $1.50 delivery fee

Shaw Accounting Service

Tax, Bookkeeping, Payroll, General Business Services Shaw Accounting is open to help businesses and individuals with their tax and accounting needs, including payroll, bookkeeping, sales taxes, corporate and individual income taxes. Open Tuesday through Friday from 9-5. Other times by appointment. We look forward to helping you!

Beverly Meredith (CPA,MBA)

Kelly Raymond

(Tax Specialist, Corporate and individual )

Tommy Hyatt (Enrolled Agent ) shawaccounting@yahoo.com

128 W. Swannanoa Avenue P.O. Box 1490 Liberty, NC. 27298

Phone: 336-622-2910 Fax: 866-889-6947

Gwen Taylor - Owner / Preparer 728 S Greensboro St, Liberty Ph 336-622-5722 Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Volume 16 Issue 8 AugustAir 2018 Liberty Leader Newspaper Kegs, Compressors, HondaThe Generator, R/R Jack, Cast Iron Wash Pot, Chicken Coop, Tillers, Pressure Washer, Edger, JD Gun Safe, Wind Mill, Dinner Bell, Hay Rake, Silver Coin, Traps, .22 Remington, Misc. Pottery, Scaffolding, Wood Splitter, Wrought Iron Fence, Drill Press, Lathe, Corn Planter, Horse Buggy, Backpack Blower, John Boat, Chain Saws, Mower, Fire Box, Household Items, Log Chains, Misc. Advertisement (Signs, Thermometers, Traffic, Tins, & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!! (at the intersection of Hwy 421 & Hwy 64) Furniture: 919-742-2013 Hoosier Cabinet, Oak Ice Box, Oak Server, Step Back Cupboard, Farm Table, Pierced Tin Cabinet Wood ~ Over 175 + Vendors Cook Stove, Wood File Cabinet, Corner Cabinets Cedar Chest, Refrigerator, Quilt Cabinet, Rockers, ~ 30,000 sq. ft. Chest of Drawers, Hutch, Desk, Porch Table, Buffet, www.countrysideauctioneers.com Chairs, Swing, Coffee Table, End Tables, Misc. ~ Plenty of Parking Cabinets, Wood Benches, Display Cabinets, 2 Leather Chairs, 2 Leather Stools & MUCH, OPEN 7MUCH Days MORE!!! Mon-Sat 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 1 pm-6 pm

Countryside Collectibles Antique Mall

219 Chatham Square Siler City, NC 27344

See Website For Vendor TermsShowcases & Conditions! are only $25 & $35 monthly w/10% commission and Booth Space are only $1.00 per sq. ft. monthly w/10% commission

MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED.... Give us a call for all your Auction needs 919-663-2034 Mall Auction times & dates are updated weekly our website Other Items May Be Added! Check Website ForonUpdates!

www.countrysideauctioneers.com Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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What Happening at the Reitzel Center during the Month of August? Mondays: Tai Chi, Cross Stitching, Lunch Bunch Club, & Wood Carving Club held at the Civitans Club House in Red Cross Tuesdays: Up & Moving exercise classes (Aug 14 & 28, Nutrition Lifestyles classes (Aug 7 & 21), Crocheting Club Wednesdays: Bible Study Club, Music, & Book Club luncheon (Aug 22) Thursdays: Educational & Fun Programs, Simple Sewing, Quilting (Aug 9 & 23) Fridays: Bingo, Social Crafting Aug 15 a program on Housing and Rehabilitation and Aug 24 Magnolia Melodies Music Therapy class. All classes are open for adults 50 and older. For more information, on dates and times please call the center at 336-622-5844. A current listing of these activities can be found on the Liberty Town’s website liberty-nc.com and Randolph County Senior Adults Association’s website senioradults.org.

Kathy White receiving gift card from Tom Meacham for the most fish caught(8).

Calling All Liberty Area Seniors Come Be Part Of The Fun At Liberty Seniors Center Located At Roy Reitzel Center At 128 S Fayetteville St

Phone 336-622-5844

Silk Hope Ruritan Scholarship Night A Success! 


From left to right:Club President Mike Braxton, Erika Nettles, Noah Thomas, Ben Lineberry, Cassie Rickman, Blair Hooker, Mason Clark, Matthew Moody, Emerson Bare, Michael Brannon, Dakota Morrow, Emily Colborne, Keelan Bailey. Not Pictured: Emily Nettles, Chris Devine, J.T. Bailey, Zac Tomlinson, Seth Sheffield, Alyssa Gaines On Monday, July 9th, the Silk Hope Ruritan Club Hosted its annual scholarship night. There was loads of amazing food and great conversation, but most importantly there was giving. The Silk Hope Ruritan club gave in excess of $11,000 to eighteen graduating seniors. Funds for these scholarships come from money raised through the Silk Hope Ruritan Club’s Benefit Bingo and from the profits earned at the Ruritan’s own Old Fashioned Farmers’ Days held every Labor Day weekend. Ten of these students graduated from Jordan Matthews, two from Northwood, four from Chatham Charter, one from Chatham Central and one was home schooled. Ten of these scholars will be attending four year colleges while eight will attend community colleges.

Sarah Cheek receiving gift card from Tom Meacham for catching the smallest fish.

Rose Brockwell receiving a gift card from Tom Meacham for catching the largest fish.   

Pictures Above From Fishing Day Provided By 100 Man Project for Liberty Seniors          

Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Ramseur Community Attention Hunters Buck Natural Deer Attractant Sold In Walmart Last Season $12.95 a 5.5 lb

Selling Now For $3

Ramseur Pharmacy Fast & Friendly Service! Prescriptions filled in 10 minutes or less

Ph 824-8247

6215-B Highway 64 E , Ramseur Most Insurance Plans Accepted/ Medicare Part D & NC Medicaid

Open M-F 9a-6p Sat 9a-1p Drive - Thru Available

A Bag While Supplies Last Hundreds Of Bags Available Call 336-953-1868

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

*** NOW ACCEPTING NEW RESIDENTS *** Ask About Our New Year Special Pricing! Coventry House your locally owned and operated Assisted Living Community. NOW SPECIALIZING in the unique needs of persons with Alzheimer’s Disease and related Dementia’s at Coventry House of Siler City, you will find: • FLAT MONTHLY RATES .... no hidden charges or upselling • 24 hour personal care assistance • On Call Physician Services • Professionally directed medication management • Specialized care plans for all residents • Private & companion rooms featuring private bathrooms • In room cable TV, internet access & telephone service • Security systems for resident safety • Specialized activities for assisted living & memory care unit • Three prepared meals per day plus afternoon & evening snacks • Local transportation to shopping & medical appointments • Medicaid, private insurance & private payment accepted

CALL TO ARRANGE YOUR PRIVATE TOUR TODAY!

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Ramseur Community

The Big Little Store

147 King Road Ramseur Booth Rental Space Applications Being Accepted Now

A Place For Antiques Modern Showroom And More

Call 336-953-1868

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Ramseur Community Locally Owned & Operated

LOFLIN FUNERAL HOME 147 Coleridge Rd

Ramseur, NC

Richard Jones

(Phone) 336-824-2386 (Obituary Desk) 336-318-3535


Bill Craven

Service Since 1904

Ramseur Proud Fitness & Nutrition Jaylin Brower: Owner Address 1529 Main St (Downtown) Ramseur Open Aug 1st Ready to serve Meal Replacement shakes, herbal green tea, and herbal aloe Free fitness classes every Monday and Wednesday at Serms Born in Ramseur Graduated from Eastern Randolph High School Attended Western Carolina Universty As a 3 sport athlete, I have always had a strong passion for fitness, Putting on the legendary Green and Gold taught me that hard work holds a large value in life. Entering the fitness field as a personal trainer, I quickly seen how important the diet truly is for health. Herbalife gives me an opportunity to not only help people modify their diets, but also teach free fitness classes in our community! Hobbies: working out, personal development, reading,football, basketball, traveling Role Models: My favorite role model growing up was Kobe Bryant! The competitive nature rubbed off on me growing up! Family: Grandmother Ellen Spinks, Grandfather Caldwell Spinks, Mother Racheal Brower, Sister Lashaunda Brower, Sister Latisha Brower, Brother Randy a Brower What makes my day ? Helping someone hit their fitness goals when someone tells me they lost their goal weight, or gained, even maintain, it makes my day. Best Advice: Staying consistency and being real with yourself are the most important parts of the journey! Keep yourself accountable is the key. if you do those simple things you’re already half way to your goals. Best Memory: Teaching my first fitness class at Southeastern Randolph Middle School. My sister took my first picture and passed away the next day. These classes mean the world to me! Other Information: I am a strong believer in serving the community! I look forward to really being back in the community I was born and raised in! To be able to give our kids and families in this area a resource of positivity means the most to us, and the culture we look to build in a Ramseur!

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