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Ok folks it’s our last month. All offers are welcome LET’S MAKE A DEAL. Everything must go. It is with a heavy heart and tears. I write this letter of appreciation to all of Liberty and all of the customers I have had over the years, we are closing our business downtown after 15 wonderful years of smiles, hugs, festivals, friendships, having customers that turned into family. We have enjoyed it all and we will cherish all the memories. Wishing everyone happy days and awesome future nds. We thank everyone who came through our doors and everyone who supported us. —Thank you Liberty for all the love and appreciation and love from Carol and Duane and Awesome Finds Vintage, thrift and gifts.

] - Frida Monday 7am- 2pm

PH: 336-622-744 Address: 112 W Swannanoa Ave Liberty, NC.

11am - 5pm Wednesday - Friday 10am - 3pm Saturdays

129 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty, NC 27298

Wade Hardin Landscape Contact Wade Hardin (336)240-7925

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Seeding & Fertilizing Pruning & Trimming Irrigation Property Clean Up Tree Removal Bobcat & Dump Truck Pine Needles & Mulch New Installations (and repairs) Insect & Disease Control

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Travel with Randolph Senior Adults Association!

DAY TRIPS Day Trips offer excellent opportunities to meet new people and have fun with those you know! North Carolina is known for its numerous recreational options, ranging from visiting musuems, enjoying shopping malls, exploring historical sites and more. Join us on our next Day Trip adventure! Learn about upcoming trips through: • Flyers at your local Senior Center • Postings on the Randolph Senior Adults website: www.senioradults.org • Postings on Facebook: @RcsaaInc • Postings on Instagram: @randolphsenioradults You can also call 336-625-3389 to inquire about upcoming trips.

Randolph Senior Adults Association • The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC 347 W. Salisbury Street, Asheboro, NC 27203 • Phone: 336-625-3389 • www.senioradults.org

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CRUISE-IN at Shiloh United Methodist Church Sunday, August 7 between 3 and 5 p.m. Bring non-perishable food items to be converted to tickets for use in voting for your favorite vehicle. Enter your own vehicle and get your family and friends to vote for you. The food items collected will be used to stock our local Food Pantry. There will be a kid's crafting area and concessions.

For further information, call 336-317-4017. Hope to see you there!

5104 Fox burrow rd Greensboro 27406

How to Supplement Classroom Learning at Home With Tech for Kid (StatePoint) When the school bell rings at the end of the day, the learning doesn’t need to stop. Some of the latest and greatest tech can get kids excited to expand their knowledge at home in ways that are fun, all while supporting and augmenting what happens in the classroom Here are some of the coolest tech-infused options to consider introducing to children this school year Screen Free Fu LeapPods Max from LeapFrog are comfortable over-the-ear headphones designed to be safe for little ones’ ears while offering an immersive audio experience and a break from screen time. Beyond listening to music, hours of included activities spark a different kind of learning, taking kids on audio adventures, getting their mind and body moving with active challenges, introducing mindfulness activities and more. The included 14-page Adventure Passport guidebook that accompanies the audio adventures pairs engaging soundscapes and animal sounds with detailed illustrations. Play right away with no web connection, downloads or account setup required Jump-Start to Codin Kids can explore the fundamentals of coding while having fun using apps like Cargo-Bot. Puzzles challenge them to teach a robot to move crates. Another great subscription-based option is Kodable. Offering an array of activities that familiarize kids with coding skills, along with opportunities to create original programs, this self-guided approach allows kids to master 21st century tech skills at their own pace Interactive Book Explore exciting new ways to learn with the touch-and-talk pages of the LeapStart Learning Success Bundle. This interactive system includes activities such as games, puzzles and creative challenges to enhance learning and help kids build math, reading, problem-solving skills and more. It comes preloaded with the Go! Go! Cory Carson Superhero School book based on the popular animated series and an additional activity book, and can be expanded with the compatible LeapStart library of books (sold separately). Covering a variety of preschool through rst grade subjects for 2-7-year-olds, each title features more than 30 replayable activities, so kids can start at the right level and move up when they’re ready. For example, the LeapStart Level 1 Preschool 4 Pack features four popular books that focus on the alphabet, shapes and colors, math and baby animals

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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 . from 9-5 Monday-Friday

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We sell Candy Apples, Hershey’s Ice Cream, Milk shakes, Banana Splits and Kettle Corn

Call Beverly at 336-312-8757

You can also place orders for parties!! We have gift baskets starting at $12 and up

Beverly Meredit

Other times by appointment. We look forward to helping you!

Candied and Caramel Apples

(CPA,MBA) shawaccounting@yahoo.com

139 W. Swannanoa Avenue P.O. Box 149 Liberty, NC. 2729

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

Fresh Baked Desserts Store Hours Monday - Friday 12:30pm 6:30pm Saturday 12pm 5pm Sunday Closed

LOFLIN FUNERA HOME OF LIBERT

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T&T Wholesal 3252 Highway 49 North Liberty, NC. 2729 Located at the caution light in the tall gray building

Hours Monday Close Tuesday - Friday 9am-5p Saturday 9am- 4pm

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Whites Chapel Community Church Revival 1843 Low Bridge Road , Liberty NC Sept 1114 from 7pm-9pm Our speaker will be Pastor Mike Barrett, former Pastor at Pleasant Garden Baptist Church He is currently with the Piedmont Baptist Assoc.

Edwards Grove Missionary Baptist Church Revival will begin Sunday August 28th at 11:00 AM .Pastor Calvin Stokes will bring the morning message Afternoon service will begin at 3:00

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Check Out Our Retail Store And Feed Warehouse

Colleen Downey Mitchell, AAMS® Financial Advisor RiverRock Wealth Management Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. 1029 Sunset Ave Asheboro, NC 27203 336.610.6200 colleen.mitchell@ampf.com ameripriseadvisors.com/ colleen.mitchell

Helping generations achieve their dreams. Call me today at 336.610.6200 to get started. Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Member FINRA and SIPC. © 2016 Ameriprise Financial, Inc.

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

A local non-pro t 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

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"new Self-Storage " available soon, all ours have lights and 24x7 access Call now to reserve yours

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3 Natural Hacks to Keep a Clean Kitche (StatePoint) Are you looking to avoid harsh chemicals in the place where you prepare and eat food? Hoping to green your clean? Here are three natural hacks for keeping a healthy and tidy kitchen 1. Ditch the paper towels: Whether you’re quickly wiping up a spill or doing a deep clean, it’s easy to forget that the paper towel you’re using was once a tree, and in many cases, part of a virgin forest. To clean more effectively, reduce your impact on deforestation and climate change, and minimize waste, switch to reusable towels or rags

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tubs and tile, the garage, laundry room and outdoor spaces like the patio and deck 3. Go green, literally: Houseplants are not only beautiful to look at, they can actually improve the air quality of your indoor spaces. Hang planters or clear your kitchen window sills to make room for airpurifying houseplants. When selecting the varieties of plants you will cultivate, keep in mind that kitchens tend to be higher humidity For a truly clean kitchen, skip the harsh chemicals. Using natural methods, you can clean just as effectively, worry-free

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2. Use worry-free cleaning ingredients: Harnessing the power of baking soda, Arm & Hammer Essentials Kitchen Cleaner offers a natural way to clean and deodorize your kitchen and other spaces throughout your home. Comprised of simple ingredients like baking soda and plant-based detergents, the cleaner contains no bleach, ammonia, phosphates or other harsh chemicals. It’s both strong enough to remove food, grease and other tough stains, but also gentle enough to clean your glass cooktop, stainless steel appliances, countertops, and food contact surfaces when used as directed. While formulated for the kitchen, this baking soda-based product can be used almost anywhere, including bathroom sinks,

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Liberty Ruritan Clu What should I Benefits of know e, Shotgun, & Cash Raf e Protein Just another day about at the of ce. Barbara Emery, Assistant Center DirectorRi at the Liberty Center, expertly

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Protein is a building block for your body. It is one of the three primary macronutrients alongside fats and carbohydrates. There are numerous benefits to protein consumption including muscle rebuilding, boosts in immune system, reduced cravings and curbed appetite. How much protein should you consume? This question can vary based on a persons lifestyle, specific goals and overall health. The general rule of thumb is 10-35% of your daily caloric intake. This does vary and you should consult a professional. A great website to help calculate your protein is www.calculator.net/protein Where can I find good sources of protein? There are numerous meats, dairy, vegetables and supplements available to you as a consumer. Reading nutrition labels is the key. You want to double check how much protein is in your food selection - per serving. Google the protein macro nutrients of your food; for example, a 3oz serving of chicken / protein - will show an average of about 23 grams of protein.

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Local businesses do offer protein options. Your local gym (Sapphire 24 Fitness) offers health & wellness supplements including sample packets of protein powders, protein bars, pre-workout, greens, BCAAs and more. You can also find protein shakes with macro nutrition information at your local nutrition shop (Spark Nutrition). Talking to a professional can help you achieve your goals, local personal trainers at Sapphire 24 Fitness are ready to help!

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17TH, AT 7PM. FIRST UMC, 123 N. FAYETTEVILLE ST., LIBERTY

Join us for our Pastors/Spouse Dinne Monday, August 22nd 6:00 p.m Snyder Farm Restaurant (2880 Beckerdite Rd., Sophia Hosted by: Randolph Christian Men's Ministr this is a Free event for our pastor/ spouse

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STUDY IN PERSPECTIVE There is no additional fee for this class, but bring a sketchbook and pencil. For more information on our upcoming events go to Liberty Arts Guild on Facebook or email us at LibertyArtsGuild@gmail.com

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100 MAN PROJECT, INC. 205 E. SWANNANOA AVENUE LIBERTY, NC 27298 336-285-0643

Important reminder for all of our valued clients of the 100 Man Project, Inc. We do have a new telephone number. It is an automatic answering service only. No one will answer this number but you will receive a phone call back from our dispatcher within two to three hours. We are trying to make every effort to make your booking of a ride easier for you and our dispatcher. We would like for you to let us know when you need a ride at least three days ahead if possible in order to acquire a volunteer driver. We happily serve the people of the Liberty/Staley Area. If you know of anyone who needs our services, please share our phone number with them 336-285-0643. Thank you for all your support over the past twelve years. Also, if you would like to volunteer a few hours of your time; please call 336-622-1998 and talk to our representative, Tom Meacham.

This is Shonda from Alterations by Shonda We have moved to

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Furniture Frame Builders Needed Charter Furniture — Liberty N

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$2500 Signing Bonus to those candidates who have a min. of 2 years furniture frame building experience with licensed furniture company

Liberty Manor Apartments

Contact Rhonda Goldston At Charter Furniture (336)622-2201 Ext 219

Looking for a 10-15 hr per week part time

Experienced Maintenance Personnel Please send resume to POB 790 Liberty, NC. 27298

Liberty Manor Apartments

Furniture Upholsters Neede Charter Furniture — Siler City

241 W. Butler Ave Liberty, N Apartments Feature Carpet: Central Heat & Air, Range And Refrigerator, Washer/ Dryer Hookups, Blinds, Wired for Cable

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17TH, AT 7PM. FIRST UMC, 123 N. FAYETTEVILLE ST., LIBERTY August’s Class Focus, led by Pam Thorner, is a

STUDY IN PERSPECTIVE There is no additional fee for this class, but bring a sketchbook and pencil. For more information on our upcoming events go to Liberty Arts Guild on Facebook or email us at LibertyArtsGuild@gmail.com

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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Opening in 2021, the Mercantile Exchange has become a trusted member of the community as our customers have quickly grown in numbers. They are delighted to see new faces each day and consider their customers their friends. ‘We truly appreciate all the support of each and every person who has taken time to welcome us and support us’ says owner Doug Fields. He and his family live in Pleasant Garden too, and are excited to provide a premium food store and busy vendor marketplace to this area. Doug’s desire to bring better and healthier food options to the area is foremost for him each day. His passion is to help the Mercantile customers and their families eat better to live better by providing healthy, fresh food options that taste great. Focusing on locally produced meats, produce, and other grocery items, the Mercantile team has a close relationship with farmers and suppliers, many of whom are part of the Pleasant GardenGreensboro community. Many grocery stores offer processed foods that have been modi ed, laden with preservatives and chemicals, and meats that have added coloring and avoring. The products the Mercantile offers steers toward foods that come directly from the area farms so each one naturally tastes more like it’s meant to taste. The store’s product line is growing constantly and features seasonable items such as Hershey's Strawberry ice cream in the summer and Pumpkin Spice Carolina Coffee in the fall. They are one of the only area sources for gourmet desserts like Peanut Butter Pie and Key Lime Pie and carry products from the popular “The Porch” restaurant in Winston-Salem. Low homogenized Rand-Lew Dairy Milk is a favorite of those with lactose issues, allowing them to enjoy milk again. And of course, locally made Samsons Sauce, and Boar and Castle Sauce are staples in area kitchens. The Mercantile Exchange’s unique shopping experience is even more exciting when visiting the marketplace half of our store. The marketplace contains over 50 rentable spaces offering hundreds of items for sale by local vendors. The vendors’ enthusiasm for providing interesting and sought-after products for sale is evident on your rst visit. From handmade crafts and repurposed items, to upscale interior design pieces custom signs and collectibles, the marketplace is a treasure trove for anyone looking for a special gift or for something to brighten up and bring new life to their home décor. The Marketplace is also a great option for small businesses wanting to advertise their products.

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Goat Lady Cheese

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How many have you done? Have you ever.. 1. Owned pellet or BB gun as a kid ? 2. Owned a real gun? 3. Shot a real gun? 4. Gone squirrel or rabbit hunting? 5. Gone shing? 6. Owned or used a sling shot? 7. Plucked a chicken/turkey 8. Gathered wild ginseng 9. Eaten deer meat 10. Eaten frog legs 11. Fed a baby farm animal with a bottle? 12. Gathered fresh eggs? 13. Driven a stick shift? 14. Started a vehicle using a manual choke? 15. Ridden in the back of a pick-up truck? 16. Shucked corn? 17. Waded barefoot in a creek? 18. Caught re ies in a jar at night? 19. Tasted wild honeysuckle? 20. Gathered wild blackberries? 21. Used an outhouse? 22. Ridden a horse? 23. Smelled the scent of cured tobacco hanging in tobacco barn? 24. Taken the ashes out of a wood stove or wood heater? 25. Carried in wood? 26. Walked barefoot down a gravel or dirt road? 27. Slept in a tent? 28. Been attacked by a rooster? 29. Eaten raw apple, potato or turnip off the blade of a pocket knife? 30. Dipped skoal or chewed chewing tobacco 31. Eaten homemade snow Ice Cream? 32. Used a pump to draw water from a well? 33. Been on a hay ride? 34. Jumped into a pile of raked leaves? 35. Carved your initials into a tree 36. Sucked on a piece of water hose to siphon gas out of a gas tank? 37. Been shocked by an electric fence? 38. Split wood with an ax? 39. Hung laundry outside on a clothes line to dry? 40. Eaten fried bologna?

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Town Of Franklinville News SOMETHING NEW IN FRANKLINVILLE Take a drive through Main St./Andrew Hunter Rd. and see the banners hanging from the silos at what was the former roller mill property! These beautiful banners are advertising the NC Textile Museum that will be located in Franklinville in the future. As you can “see” the play on the spelling of the word museum invites everyone to come visit and ”see” the history of textiles in our community! While you are checking out the banners, check out the work that is being done in that area. A new wood and brick fence has been built and is a beautiful addition! The property is being cleaned up for a future Open Air Mill Village Museum. As you can see, several projects are in the works to bring visitors to our Town! Thank you to the Randolph Heritage Conservancy for keeping our history alive in Franklinville!

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Blum’s Lawncare Lawncare Maintenance, Ice Melt Services &Snow Removal 3701 Williams Dairy Rd. Greensboro, NC. 27405

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Lets Us Get Your House Ready And get your house ready for holiday 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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August 2022

The Liberty Leader Newspaper

Volume 20 Issue

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