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The Liberty Leader

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January 2016

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Serving Liberty, Staley, Snow Camp, Julian, Climax, Ramseur & Franklinville Events Calendar

A Big Thank You To The Community

January 9 MLK Parade pg26 10 MLK Concert pg26 16 MLK Rain Date 16 Tea Party g12 20 NC Voter ID pg25 23 Reverse Raffle pg10 30 New Year Music 30 Blood Drive pg28

February 9 Valentine Event pg30 27 Barn Quilt Class pg4

March 5 BBQ Dinner pg10 19 Reverse Raffle pg11 26 Easter Egg Hunt pg30 Visit Our Community Calendar On Our Website Plus Join Our Facebook Group For The Latest News “LibertyLeaderNewspaper”

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Chamber and LAC Food Drive The Holiday Food Drive For The Liberty Assoc of Churches Food Bank was a great success. They picked up Liberty Elem School food drive yesterday and 2000 items were collected.  All boxes at local business were picked up around the community and   668 items were collected.   Making a total of 2668.   A thank you to Liberty Elem School and Liberty Chamber Of Commerce helping make this a great success. Liberty Fire & Police Food Drive The Liberty Fire and Police Departments would like to thank everyone who donated towards the food bank today! We successfully collected over 2,100 items! Always A Need Please make a point to continue to donate your food or monetary donation to the LAC.

10 Simple Things To Remember That Will Make The New Year A Little Easier ! 1- love is why we are here. 2- The most important day is today. 3- If you always do your best , you will never regret. 4- In spite of your best efforts some things are just out of your control. 5- Things will always look better tomorrow. 6- Sometimes a wrong turn, will bring you to exactly the right place. 7- Sometimes when the answer is "no" it is just "not yet". 8- True friends share your joy, see the best in you, and support you through your challenges. 9- God will always love you. 10- For all your accomplishments, nothing will bring you more happiness than the love you find.

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When the Lights Go Down By: Andy Clapp I drove down Greensboro Street again to catch one more glimpse of the beauty of the decorations of the town, understanding that the radiance that we are enjoying in this season will not last. The lights will be taken down and packed away for another year, the landscape of the town reverting back to its’ normal appearance for the other eleven months of the year. I drove by again for one last mental photograph of the season, a season that changes who we are each year when the calendar turns to December. I longed for one lasting image, something I hoped my mind would keep vibrant until this blessed season returns. As I drove away, I felt a bit of despair in my heart, wishing somehow to stop time and remain in the season for just a little while longer. What will it be like when the lights go down? Why must it be packed up, stored away, and completely erased from the scenery as if the season never came? I wanted to turn back and spend a few more moments in Liberty and bask in the glory of the season but the schedules of man took precedence over the longings of the heart, so I continued to drive. I began to wonder who decides when the lights are to be taken down and wonder if they noticed how much darker the streets seem when the lights of Christmas are no longer aglow. As I pondered these things and contemplated why the season could not last longer, I began to realize that the season carries on not in the decorations that are placed up for moment and then taken down, but the season carries on in the lives of those who carry the light of Christ in their lives. Jesus said, “You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.” (Matthew 5:14 NASB) The lights of the season may be removed and set aside for another year, but we are to radiate in the midst of darkness in every season of life. The world, mired in darkness, is desperate for light to shine and as followers of Jesus Christ, we are to shine so that, as Jesus said, “they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven.” (Matthew 5:16 NASB) The lights that adorn the trees, illuminating the streets and the houses in our town may be packed away soon but the Light that shines in us can never be packed away, will never be hidden, and can never be extinguished. As John said about Jesus, “the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness can never extinguish it.” (John 1 : 5 N LT ) L e t u s continue to shine into 2016 and beyond, the Light within us leading others out of the darkness and pointing them to the One who is the Light of the world!

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Looking For A Way To Give Back? Check Out A Great Local Group…… Liberty Lions Club So what impact does the Liberty Lions Club do? When it comes to meeting challenges, their response is simple… They Serve. It is something that unites Lions around the world. Lions are not limited by continents or restricted to certain causes. They help where ever, when ever and however they can. When they get together and work, problems get smaller and communities get better. That is because they help where help is needed - in their own communities and around the work with unmatched integrity and energy. So how are some ways they serve the community, vision screenings, eyeglass recycling, white canes, fishing tournament for the blind, seeing eye dogs, Camp Dogwood, building ramps for neighbors and local scholarships. Why not visit them and join the great ROAR they are making in this world. They meet monthly every 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 6:30pm at Reitzel Center in Liberty. Want to learn more call President Greg Carpenter at 622-5744 or Vice President Dustin Keller at 622-3657. Back in 1925, Helen Keller challenged Lions to become “knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness” and they accepted. Their mission statement : To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs. Why not pick this or another great organization to make a difference in 2016. Many hands make light work. Growing new friendships is just icing on the cake.

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Your Life in Balance? Healthy Habits to Try in 2016 (StatePoint) Is your life in balance? The new year is a great time to take stock of your routine and make improvements where necessary. Here are some thoughtful habits to consider incorporating into your day in the coming year.

Find Time to Decompress • If you’re a morning person, get out of bed 30 minutes earlier than normal to wake up with your favorite coffee or tea and think about what you need to accomplish for the day. • More of a night owl? Spend at least 30 minutes before going to sleep to unplug from technology and relax with a new book you’ve had on your list to read. • Schedule time for exercise to reduce stress and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Planning workouts ahead of time will make you more likely to stick to them.

Write Everything Down • Handwritten notes and to-do lists will reinforce your memory of the tasks you need to conquer. They also give you the option to look at what you need to do for the day and prioritize the list. Consider a personal planner, such as those from the popular AT-A-GLANCE collection, which includes a variety of styles that reflect your personality and organizational needs. • Documenting your day not only keeps you organized, but also provides you with an opportunity to look back and reflect on your life’s accomplishments, memories and milestones from the year.

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January 2016 What You Need to Know About Winter Driving

(StatePoint) Winter can be an especially perilous time to be on the roads. Snow, ice, fog and longer nights present challenges to drivers that can lead to crashes. People do less driving in winter, yet we have more crashes per mile driven. Some 10,780 people were killed in car crashes between December and March in 2013 -- fully one-third of the total for each year. Nonfatal collisions also occur with greater frequency in winter months. You may be an ace behind the wheel when the sun is shining and roads are dry, but driving in winter weather can be a different story. Drivers need to recalibrate and adjust their driving for winter road conditions. “Travel can be treacherous when roadway surfaces are compromised during winter storms,” says Deborah A.P. Hersman, president and CEO of the National Safety Council (NSC). “The good news is that in-vehicle technologies can help drivers by providing advance warnings and preventing loss of control.” Three major pieces of advice for driving in wintry conditions: • Slow down. This is the golden rule of winter driving. Drivers frequently underestimate how long it takes to brake and how difficult it can be to steer on slippery roads. • Do not use cruise control when driving on slippery surfaces. It will diminish your control over the car and reduce your reaction time in the event of a skid. • Bridges and overpasses freeze before roadways, so be alert in cold weather when approaching a bridge. “Driving in snow and ice requires much more focus on the conditions and an ability to adapt to an ever-changing, slippery environment,” says Daniel McGehee, director of the Transportation and Vehicle Safety Program at the University of Iowa. Research shows that most consumers are unsure about how some potentially life-saving vehicle safety technologies work. To get better acquainted with your car’s features and learn important winter driving skills, visit MyCarDoesWhat.org on Twitter and Facebook for videos and tools. With the right knowledge and skills, you can make your winter journeys safer. PHOTO SOURCE: (c) Mario Beauregard fotolia.com

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3 Reasons to Shop at Small Businesses

(StatePoint) Big box retailers may offer certain conveniences, but shopping at a small business near you can be more satisfying -- from the personal service received to the unique items you may find, not to mention that shopping on Main Street benefits the local economy. Here are some retail trends and other things to consider as you shop at your favorite small businesses. The Local Economy By supporting small businesses, you are supporting local job creation. In fact, small firms accounted for over threefifths of the new jobs created between 1993 and mid-2013, according to government statistics. Spending your shopping budget locally strengthens Main Street and can help your community’s economy thrive. New Technologies A common stereotype of mom and pop stores are that they are antiquated and overpriced, but many small businesses are adopting new technologies to streamline their operations; which can be an important consideration for shoppers in a hurry or on a budget. New Android based point of sale terminals, such as the ergonomically designed V-R7000 and V-R7100 from Casio have widescreen LCD touch panels, and an intuitive, high-resolution interface for faster sales and fewer transactional snafus. For example, these terminals come equipped with a battery to protect memory data in the event of a power failure, and offer efficient store operations by eliminating common hardware problems experienced with PC based hardware. These information terminals can transform retail management and offer small businesses a chance to compete against their big box counterparts. Exclusive Items From the gift shop with handmade crafts made by neighborhood artisans, to the bookshop selling the works of local authors, shopping at small businesses means encountering items on sale that you won’t find elsewhere. Whether you’re redecorating your home or revamping your wardrobe, going local can help you get inspired.

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The next time you’re on a shopping spree, consider making a point of supporting your small, local businesses.

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Three Tips for Surviving Cold and Flu Season

(StatePoint) It’s that time of year again. From minor colds to severe flus and fevers, seasonal sicknesses are unpredictable and can sneak up on your family at any time. Unfortunately, even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cannot predict the timing, severity and length of a seasonal virus. Luckily, there are steps you can take to ward off illness and better monitor symptoms when you’re sick. Check in with Your Doctor Make an appointment with your primary care physician to get a look at the family’s vitals. These are good indicators of overall wellness. Plus, it’s a great time to schedule that annual flu shot, if you haven’t already done this. If you’re pregnant, have kids, or are a caregiver to elderly parents, it’s an even better idea to get vaccinated, as these are the most at-risk groups for complications from flu. If you don’t have time to schedule a full exam, many pharmacies like CVS offer quick, in-store vaccinations. Practice Healthy Living Maintain a healthy lifestyle. Get enough sleep, eat the right foods to ensure proper nutrition, drink plenty of water and exercise regularly. Avoid close contact with sick people, and maintain a safe distance from others when you are sick. If necessary, stay home from work or school to keep your germs from spreading. Cover your mouth and nose with a sleeve or tissue when coughing or sneezing. Sanitize doorknobs, light switches and work areas with germkilling soap. Also, don’t forget to wash your hands or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer throughout the day to combat contamination. Keep Your Cool Even the best preparation can leave your family susceptible to cold and flu. Fever and chills could be a sign you’re getting sick. Remember, a fever isn’t

always a bad thing. It means your body is working hard to fight off infection. But for parents of small children, putting feverish kids to bed at night can still be unnerving. New technology can help you rest at night. For example, TempTraq, available at Amazon.com, is a Bluetooth wearable temperature monitor in the form of a soft, comfortable patch. It records your child’s temperature every 10 seconds for 24 hours, sending the data to your smartphone via a free, downloadable app. You can view real-time data or receive alerts when your child reaches a user-set “red zone” level. “A 24-hour temperature monitor that continuously records a child’s temperature readings could alleviate many parent’s concerns when caring for a sick child,” says Aris Eliades, director of Nursing research, Akron Children’s Hospital. “The child can rest, the parent can be alerted if anything changes, and we as nurses and physicians get needed information to make better decisions for patients.” Find yourself with a stubborn fever? Adults can use it too. Consider keeping TempTraq in your medicine cabinet for unexpected fevers all season long. Take proactive steps for a healthy household. And, when all else fails, grab a hot cup of tea with honey and lemon, a warm blanket and a good movie.

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Liberty Rotary Drawing

430 N Greensboro St, Liberty Phone 336-795-0052 Open M-F 8:30AM-6:00PM, SAT 9:00AM-1:00PM, SUN Closed

Mark your calendars for another night of fun, food and excitement. The annual Liberty Rotary Reverse Raffle ticket sales have started. So clear your schedule for March 19. For 2016, some of the profits from this drawing will benefit the back pack program, scholarships, dictionary program, as well as projects like the Liberty Farmers Market shelter project. $100.00 for steak dinner and one ticket in benefit drawing.

Siler City Moose Lodge Saturday March 19th Doors open at 6:00 for cocktail hour Dinner starts at 6:30 Drawing starts at 7:30 Grand prize $5,000.00 More prizes given out during drawing. TICKET AVAILABLE AT THESE LOCATIONS: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH BLOWER ENGINEERING BRAD WILLIAMS INSURANCE BUTLER DENTIST CURL REAL ESTATE DOUG CLARK CPA EULLIS PROPANE FIDELITY BANK FREEMAN FORD JAMES WILSON LAW OFFICE JB GRIFFITH LIBERTY AUTO PARTS LIBERTY LEADER LOFLIN FUNERAL HOME MICHELE SMITH RC COMPUTER UNITS MOBILE STORAGE HIGH TECH COLLISION

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January 2016 American Legion Post Annual Christmas Dinner and Awards It is so awesome to see the American Legion recognizing those that serve our are. Below are this years winners: Liberty Police of the Year Sgt. Andre Murphy Randolph County Officer of the year Det. Sgt. Jason Lee Hunter Liberty Volunteer Fireman of the Year Andy Micheal Staley Volunteer Fireman Of the Year Jacqueline Canoy. Randolph County Honor Guard received an award for the Service to the Veterans in an around Randolph County. We had about 80 in attendance for the event. The meal was Turkey, ham , potatoes, green beans, dressing, gravy, cranberry sauce, and assorted desserts.  Wayne Coble won the $250.00 American Legion gift card. Henry Galary won the $100.00 Nursing Raffle.  David Fields won the 50/50 drawing. The hat was passed for the Liberty Veterans Memorial and Garden fund and $468.00 was collected. The check will be wrote for the LVM&G and committee in January at the Post meeting. The check will be for over $2000.00. We have been passing the hat since November 2014. The 25 Poinsetta were given as door prizes. It was announced that the Post was to have a

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The Liberty Leader Newspaper Proper Etiquette - Tea Party - Story Telling Step Back In Time At The Liberty Showcase

January 16th A Southern Tea Party and Story Telling/Book Reading at the Liberty Showcase Theater at 2pm with Angel Matthews and CGT Photography. Come dressed in your best and enjoy an old fashion southern tea party, and learn about proper etiquette. Angel will also be doing story telling for the kids. For $10 reserves your spot since their are limited seating due to the tables. Also for additional $5 CGT Photography will be providing photography where you can receive (2) 4x6 photos that day an a digital upload to share with friends. Plus access to pictures off the whole event will be available as part of the package. So Who Is Angel      Angel Matthews has spent most of her life growing up and living in rural Guilford County, North Carolina. She has always had a love of American history, and has the ability to tell a good story to anyone who is willing to listen. She and her husband, Grant, raised two sons and built a successful business together. Being self-employed gave them the freedom to travel this beautiful country together, and all the while Angel would tell her best friend every bit of history that she knew about the areas they would visit. Grant began loving history the way she did, because he had now been exposed to a great teacher like she had been in the eighth grade, Mr. Bratcher. They began visiting civil war sites, and learned of civil war balls, and while participating at the balls, learned that most civil war era dancers also had a love of history, surpassing their own. Immersing themselves into this time period. they themselves became historians of the civil war. Angel then had in her a heart, a story she had to tell. Charlotte Confederate Cavalry Soldier. So Who Was Charlotte Smith She is a southern lady, a Mosby ranger, a spy, and a conductor of the Underground Railroad.. She is a southern lady, a Mosby ranger, a spy, and a conductor of the Underground Railroad. As a young girl growing up in rural North Carolina, Charlotte Smith leads a charmed life, until she learns about slavery. She feels the need to do something to help those held in bondage. As a young lady she meets the handsome Jeremiah Turner. They have a fairytale courtship and wedding. Shortly after, North Carolina secedes from the Union, and Jeremiah feels he has no other choice but to join the 1st North Carolina Cavalry. He says goodbye and leaves her to take care of the farm. After hearing a lady talk about “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” she decides to risk everything, and help runaway slaves. She is attacked at home, and leaves traveling three hundred miles to see Jeremiah. Just her and her horse Logan journey to Middleburg Virginia, where his last letter was post marked. She faces many obstacles along the way. She arrives two months later, half dead. Jeremiah is now with Mosby’s Once there she decides if she has to fight to stay alive at home, she will stay and fight alongside Jeremiah.

Liberty Showcase Give More Than Just Movies For those lucky enough to have ventured out to Liberty Showcase on Jan 2 and 3 to come see the movie “Frozen” got an extra special treat. They got to meet actual Elsa and Ana. They got to meet and greet them, plus CGT Photography was there and for $5 you got get professional pictures made with them and left with (2) 4x6 photos and free digital uploads to share. As you can see from the pictures these kids had a blast. Plus the characters interacted with audience throughout the event. Her his was some shared. Kristy Whitt Marshall shared, “We really enjoyed meeting Elsa and Ana. Brought back lots of good memories to take Gracie to see a movie at the old theatre now Liberty Showcase. Look forward to going there for more events and maybe a Birthday party.” Faye Coble mentioned ,”I was so pleased with the Frozen movie and Anna and Elsa! Paisley was a little nervous at first, but then she didn't want to sit down and watch the movie, she wanted to talk to them. I think by Ansleigh's big smile she loved it, too! I loved the way they stayed and sang and danced throughout the movie! I loved the way Paisley sang along with "Let It Go". Fun, fun!” They have plans for March for Peter Pan. Be on the watch.

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New Year’s Food Resolutions to Improve Wellbeing (StatePoint) Improving one’s overall wellbeing is often top-of-mind when New Year’s resolutions are made. Positive lifestyle changes are heavily rooted in the kitchen -start there and take simple steps to achieve better health.

2530 NC Hwy 49 N. Ramseur, NC 27316 (336) 622-0389

It’s time for Winter Service! Be ready for Spring by having your equipment serviced now.

Take Advantage of our Winter Service Special

Now through March 31, receive free pickup & delivery for riding mower service/repairs within 10 miles.

Vintage Thrift & Gift

129 W Swannanoa Ave Downtown Liberty Unique Boutique & Treasures

A New Year A New Look Come See What We Have To Get That New Look Watch For Specials And Sales On Our Facebook Page “Awesome Finds Vintage Thrift and Gift” Carol & Duane Wall Owners & Treasurer Hunters Hrs 11-5 Tue - Sat or By Apt. —Closed Sun & Mon

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Bill Craven

Service Since 1904

Green Acres Small Engine Parts & Service

Awesome Finds

Volume 13 Issue 1

Whole Foods Focus Fresh, unprocessed foods are the cornerstone of a healthful diet. Whole foods include fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds -- all presented in their purest forms, free of unnecessary additives such as artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, sweeteners and hydrogenated fats. Build a recipe for success with an ongoing grocery list that incorporates natural foods you’re excited to try, and begin to make small swaps. If it seems like an adventure, you’ll be inspired to avoid high-calorie, low-nutrient foods, and stick to those that provide energy and key disease-fighting properties. Excellent examples of power-packed foods include bananas, dark leafy greens, black beans, avocados, strawberries, peas, quinoa, almonds, chia seeds and rolled oats. Shopping tip: these foods are typically located around the perimeter of the market. Mealtime Magic at Home Take a few minutes each week to make meal plans. Preparing and consuming mostly home-cooked meals will train your palate to enjoy more healthful fare. And it’s worth the effort to know exactly what’s in each dish. Over time, you’ll learn to cook creatively with whole-food ingredients. Heathy eating can be a breeze with a wealth of mealtime ideas that take 30 minutes or less to prepare. A highperformance blender, like the Vitamix 780, makes it easy to whip up plant-based concoctions like smoothies, soups and whole-food juices -- even healthy sorbets made from nothing but frozen fruit. The blender has five touchscreen preprogrammed settings and an LED control panel to quickly create recipes with a single touch. Stick to It Now that you’ve committed to a whole foods-centered eating regimen, ensure old habits stay in the past. Take a few moments to write down scenarios that might sidetrack you and how to avoid them. For example, partner up with friends or loved ones to form a support system and encourage each other to make healthy choices when getting together for occasional meals out. And lastly-- it’s okay to indulge here and there. You will be successful if you are happy about your choices and don’t feel restricted. Focus on this new approach to eating to set out on the right course to optimal health. Understand what whole foods are, how to include them in your diet, and work with a support system. You’ll be well on the way to long-term success. PHOTO SOURCE: (c) Kalman & Pabst Photo Group PHOTO CAPTION: Soups and smoothies make for quick, healthful meals.

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UNITS Mobile Storage/Hardin LLC is accepting applications for the following position: Must have extensive knowledge in Quickbooks. Detail oriented, good communication skills and proficient in Excel, Work, and Internet required. Experience with Rental Property Management is beneficial. Maintenance Landscape Installation Spraying Pressure Washing Grading

Leaf Cleanup Landscape Lighting General Construction Home Repair Property Preservation

Please email resume to billy@billyhardin.com or call 919-799-7739 for more information.

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Beaver Creek BBQ - Liberty 516 N Greensboro St Ph 622-4208

M-Th 11am-9pm F-Sat 11am-10pm

Whole Ham BBQ Cooked Fresh Never Frozen Daily Hot Bar Specials FREE WIFI

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

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. !

Call Dispatcher At 336-622-5774 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Now Serving Flounder & Shrimp Thur-Sat

For$Sale$in$ Liberty$$ and$Staley$

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Liberty!Home.! ! 3!Bedroom!2!Bath!Doublewide!Home!on!2.15! acres.!2!car!Detached!Garage!is!on!a!cement! pad!and!is!wired!for!electricity.!Special! Financing!is!required!for!ANY!Mobile!Home.! Call!Carolina!Farm!Credit,!Fidelity!Bank!or!Sun! Trust!for!financing!information.!Home!is!on!a! permanent!foundation!and!is!included!in!the! Deed!not!held!with!DMV.! ! jdpowerstcr@gmail.com$

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FEATURING: Designer Wigs, Ethnic Wigs Jewelry, Clothing And Much More! Tanning. 116 Swannanoa Ave. Liberty, NC 27298 336-622-9447 336-362-0456 Cell ceciliasboutique@rtelco.net Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm 10am -6pm

Largest Assortment Jewelry Necklaces, Earrings, designer necklaces, great gifts.

(New Winter Hours)

BOLO Ties (New)

Mon-Fri 6am-8pm Sat 7am-8pm Sun 9am-5pm

Wrangler Dealer Men & Women Jeans Dress Shirts & T-Shirts

4508 NC Hwy 49N, Liberty

Phone 336-622-1531

Under Armour Hoodies Local Beef & Pork Pimento Cheese Hoop Cheese Country Ham Pinto Beans Raw Peanuts

Live Bait (Year Round)

Hunting Accessories

Men & Women Boots

Happy New Year

Deer Corn $7 A Bag

Story Time

1 Product ( 5 Looks) - One Of Many New Items

Liberty Public Library Wednesdays @ 11:00 239 S. Fayetteville St Liberty, NC 336.622.4605 www.liberty-nc.com

A1 ENERGY VINYL SIDING & ROOFING

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February 3 Bippity Boppity Bubbles February 10 Be My Valentine February 17 Feelings and Friends February 24 Fairy Tales

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ROOFING-SIDING-WINDOWS-GUTTERS 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE FULLY INSURED FREE ESTIMATES INSURANCE CLAIMS (ALL ACCEPTED)

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January 2016

Edward R Scott II DDS PA Edward Scott DDS Erin Scott DDS Former Practice of Gary L Brown DDS FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY “Emergences Seen Same Day”

Located in the Forest Oaks Community www.southeastdentistry.com 674-2497 or 674-6936 Office 5439A Liberty Rd, Greensboro 336-944-4248 - Residence Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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LIBERTY GUEST COTTAGE “Short Stay Accommodations”

HARDIN LLC (919)799-7739

FOR ALL YOUR RENTAL NEEDS

Family or Friends Coming ? Business Associates Coming Into Town? Girls Get Away Weekend - Date Weekend Small Group Retreat Need a little extra space? Short Stay Accommodations now available in Liberty. Fully remodeled, completely furnished (2) Bedroom – (1 Full Size Bed, 2 Twin Sleigh Beds) - (1) Bath Cottage - Quaint and Cozy - Electric Fireplace - Central Heat & Air - Flat Screen TV - Wi-Fi - Wood Floors - Ceramic in Bathroom - Complete Laundry Room - Deck with Sitting Area - Privacy Fencing - Approx 1 Acre Lot. Fully Equipped Eat In Kitchen; Coffee Maker, Full Size Refrig, Electric Range,Microwave,Security System.

COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL WE BUY HOUSES

Give us a call for pricing and availability: 336-622-3720 Gail & Joe Morgan – Owners-Hosts

OFFICE SPACE STARTING RATE $79 PER MONTH DOWNTOWN LIBERTY

Liberty Guest Cottage 5528 NC Hwy 49 N, Liberty, NC 27298

UPGRADE YOUR LOCATION/ WATCH YOUR BUSINESS GROW

Visit our website for photos, amenities and guest reviews. Follow us on Facebook

www.libertyguestcottage2.com Also see our listing on Airnbnb.com

Coble’s

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$400 month

Over 20 Years Of Experience Houses, Roofs, Cement, Decks Any Type Of Pressure Washing

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Order Pies, Cakes, Hickory Smoke Hams

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Millstone Catering Snow Camp, NC Private Parties Welcome

$700 month

327 Drama Rd, Snow Camp Ph 336-376-6991 Locally Owned & Operated By Bryan & Melodee Wilson Hours Thu, Fri 4:30 to 8:30 Specials Friday and Saturday Nights 4:00 to 5:30 Thu- Fri Sat 11:00 to 8:30/ Sun Noon to 8:00

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Full Catering Service Check Out Millstone Catering Facebook

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RC Computers

Computer Sales * Service * Upgrades * Networking Residential & Commercial Nothing Too Big Or Too Small 126 W Swannanoa Ave (Downtown Liberty) Ph 336-795-0118

Virus Removal Custom Built & Used Computer Sales

Watch Battery Replacement Repair Smart Phones (Screen Replacement) Buy Gold / Silver/ Coins Copy / Fax / Internet Locally Owned & Operated By

Richard Clapp A+ Certified Technician 15 + Years Of Service Microsoft Professional

Email Richard@RCComputers.biz

Same Day Or Next Day Turnaround

The following students from Liberty have been named to UNC Asheville's fall Chancellor's List / Dean's List.

Cheyenne Nicole Tuck -- Dean's List The Chancellor's List is made up of full-time students who have achieved a 4.0 grade point average. The Dean's List is made up of full-time students who have achieved between 3.5 and 3.99 grade point average.

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Volume 13 Issue 1

Liberty Chamber January News Update THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!


Thank you to all of our Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting Festival Business Sponsors. We sincerely appreciate your dedication to the events that the Liberty Chamber of Commerce organizes for our community. Liberty is truly blessed to have such supportive businesses. So as a community can we make an extra effort in 2016 to support them? Again, here is a list of the business that made the Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting possible by monetary donations.
 Liberty Advisors; Woodmen of America, Dr. Andy Sykes, Republic Services, Supertex, Sacknit, Universal Forest Products, Rubbermill, Law Offices of James Wilson, Randolph Communications, American legion Post #81, Pallet Express, Quick Check, Freeman Ford, Cross Road Vending, Friendly Beauty Shop, Liberty Lumber, Euliss Propane Co, Liberty Tire & Auto, Col. Guy Troy, Att. Bill Flowe, EC Younts, Shine Your Light Photography, Liberty Ruritan, Ron Johnson Enterprises, Cary & Doris McMasters.
 A big “Thank You”goes to the many businesses, organizations, and individuals who made contributions by giving from the heart. In the spirit of Christmas many freely gave to the community during our Christmas Festival.
 Thank you to all who took the challenge to enter the float contest. We really had some awesome entries. Everyone noticed the extra effort that was made. Be thinking about ideas for next year!

Get Your Vote On
 Nominations are coming in. The Chamber is still excepting Nominations for the following. 
 Who will be the Liberty Chamber of Commerce….
 2016 Business Person of the Year??? 
 Business of the Year?
 Volunteer of the Year? 
 Or Church of the Year?
 Nominate your favorite at www.libertychambernc.com

2016 Chamber Membership Drive
 If your business is not already a member, please consider the benefits of joining: Free Business Referrals, Web Exposure, Networking Opportunities, Advocacy, Business Expo, Marketing, Promotional Material, Sponsorship Opportunities, Ribbon Cuttings, Social Events, Annual Banquet & Luncheon, Committee Input, Community Involvement. 
 The Liberty Chamber of Commerce strives to support and promote Liberty and its Businesses. We encourage positive 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 better great place to live. 
 Please be on the lookout for our 2016 Membership letters and annual membership / business update form. A rapid response will ensure a 2016 Chamber website listing.

Wade Hardin Landscapes 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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Ramseur Public Library

Story Time Schedule 1512 Main Street, Ramseur, NC Moving to the Story Time Beat Thursdays @ 10:30 AM

January Theme: Winter is un “Bear” able Jan. 7- P. Bear’s New Year’s Party Jan. 14- Goldilocks and the Three Bears Jan. 21- Bear Snores On Jan. 28- Shake Rattle n’ ReadBear Went Over the Mountain   Library Closed: January 18, 2016- MLK Day

History Comes Back To Life (Or Lights) Local Don Herndon passed on the word to me that the Kimesville lights were back on at the lake. I could not wait to travel down to see them. It had been numerous years since I could even recall driving by them. After inquiring, I came to learn that it has been 20 years since these lights had burned. I remember making the curves heading down Alamance Church Road in Kimesville toward to Burlington to look over and see the water spill over the rock damn at Kimesville Lake and then seeing the splendor of the lights reflecting in the water. Well if you want to relieve memories or experience if for the first time venture down there. Now as you can see in the picture, MERRY CHRISTMAS is stretched across the dam all light up. I came to learn that locals, Jeff and Cindy Falwell, Paula Linberry and John Drake spend a weekend getting the display up. Come to find out this is the original display that had been stored in an old tobacco barn. History about this location is back in 1812 the Kimesville Stone Dam was built to peer a gristmill. Following that, a textile mill was constructed across the road from the lake and life sprung up in the area and a small mill village was created. A store and post office sprang up also. Locals tell me in 40’s this lake became a summer destination for swimming, fishing and boating. You see this lake goes on back father than you can see from the road, it is approx. 50 acres that in its day, had a sandy beach and a tower you could dive off. They even had dances held there in a recreation hall. According to records in the 60’s a team called the Muskrats was home to this community that played basketball and softball. My sources said that this is the team that originally hung the banner. I visited to try and find all these original destination spots and a neighbor said they had been torn down long time ago. I love seeing love for your community and heritage being reborn.

(Thrift store operated by the Liberty Association of Churches)

329B W. Bowman Ave, Liberty Have You Checked Out All The Great Finds In The Shop…. New Things

A Whole New Look

Wednesday 10 - 5:00 Thursday 10—6:00 Friday 10—5:00  Saturday 10—2:00 

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Your dollars spent here help your neighbors in need

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Your local and affordable children's resale shop! Toys

Gifts

weecyclekids.com 118 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty 336-622-0152

-Five bedroom, 3 ½ bath brick two story colonial with den and double garage, with large walk out basement, on a one plus acre city lot. $199,500. -Best building lot in Fogleman Acres, 200 ft.X 175 ft., priced to sell at $24,000. -3 bedroom, one bath with detached double garage in liberty on large city lot, $79,500. -22.5 acres with huge vehicle repair shop with 10,000 lb. lift, 3 roll up doors, full bath, compressed air stations, upstairs rooms and wood working shop on parcel as well.$195,000.00 -3.17 acres, two story barn, well and septic system on Silk Hope-Liberty Rd.,now reduced to $35,000.00 1.45 acre lot on liberty Grove Church Rd. Site built home only, $25,000.00 -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!

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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January 2016

Volume 13 Issue 1

COUNTRYSIDE PUBLIC AUCTION Collectibles Collectibles Mall Hours Monday 10am-6pm Tuesday 10am-6pm

& Antiques Mall Aug 16, 9:00AM

COUNTRYSIDE Wednesday 10am-6pm Collectibles Thursday 10am-6pmOf Danny & Sue Snipes - Living Estate & Antiques Mall Friday 10am-6pm 196 SCOTT FARM RD., ASHEBORO Saturday 10am-6pm 219 Chatham Square Selling 1,775 sq.ft. Farm House on 30.65 +/- acres, Randolph County, NC. City NC 27344 Sunday Parcel: 1pm-6pm139205, Parcel Siler ID: 7666139205. (Call for full details) Ph. (919) 742-2013 Real Estate will be sold at 12:00 pm., subject to owner conformation. Call for details or preview.

Auctioneer is Agent for the seller. Buyer Agents welcome. 5% down payment from highest bidder required day of sale (no refunds). 5% buyer premium.

Auctions Directions: From Asheboro: Take I 73/74 (220) Visit our website or call South. Exit on New Hope Church Rd. Turn Left and go to stop sign at 220 Business. Turn Right, for time & dates

Scott Farm Rd. will be on your right. Follow Signs. WWW.COUNTRTYSIDEAUCTIONEERS.COM

Selling Personal Property: 2003 John Deere 790 Tractor w/Front End Loader only 413 hours, 4x4, Implements for Tractor, JD Finish Mower, JD Dump Trailer, JD Bush Hog, About JD Rototiller, Vendors Welcome Countryside Collectibles & Auction JD Utility Trailer, Boom Pole, Rorks, etc., Yard Furniture, Yard Tools, Hand Tools, Power Tools, Anvil, Enamel Pots, Fuel/Oil Barrels, Shop Fans, Wood Kegs, Air Compressors, Honda Generator, R/R Jack, Cast Iron Wash Pot, Chicken Coop, Tillers, Pressure Give us a call or just stop by to rent We are conveniently located at Our Auctions will be held in our Washer, Gun Safe, Wind Mill, Dinner Bell, a booth orEdger, showcase JD to display the intersection of Hwy 421 & Mall for your convenience (time Hay Silver Traps, .22 Remington, Misc. yourRake, Antiques and Coin, Collectibles Hwy Wrought 64 in Siler Iron City, NC. Our & dates will be updated weekly Pottery, Scaffolding, that you would like to sell. Wood Splitter, Fence, Drill Press, Lathe, Corn Planter, Horse Buggy, Mall consists of 30,000 square on our website.) A wide variety We send in Blower, all NC Sales Tax Boat, for Backpack John Chain Saws, Mower, feet of Antiques & Collectibles of items will b e s old at our you.Box, Household Items, Log Chains, Misc. Fire with a wide variety of collections Mall Auctions including Advertisement (Signs, Traffic, Tins, & Booths are only $1 a squareThermometers, foot MUCH, MUCH MORE!!! from many different vendors but not limited to: Collectibles, monthly with 10% commission on all sales. Furniture:coming from all around North Hoosier Cabinet, Oak Ice Box, Oak Server, Step Back Carolina and surrounding areas. Showcases are only $25 & $50 Cupboard, Farm Table, Pierced Easy Tin Cabinet Wood access to our Mall, with monthly (2 sizes to choose from) Cook Stove, Wood File Cabinet, Corner Cabinets with 10% commission on all sales. of parking right at the Cedar Chest, Refrigerator, Quiltplenty Cabinet, Rockers, willTable, make your shopping You Stock...We Sell... Hutch, Desk, door, Chest of Drawers, Porch Buffet, Chairs, Swing, Coffee Table, End Tables, Misc. experience with us, enjoyable. GIVE US A TRY TODAY!!! Cabinets, Wood Benches, Display Cabinets, 2 Leather Chairs, 2 Leather Stools & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!

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January 2016

Volume 13 Issue 1

Tropica Tanning Salon Now Offers Spray Tanning

Check Out Our New Specials Gift Certificates For Christmas 112 W Swannanoa Ave 336-622-9447 or 226-362-0456 Newly Remodeled - New Look - Great Updates Liberty community, Thank you so very much for all of the support and encouragement that was given to me as I decided to run for a seat on the Liberty town council. I was overwhelmed at the kindness and support as I campaigned. The turn out on Election Day made me feel so proud to be a Liberty resident. I was honored to have your vote of confidence. It is my sincere privilege to represent the people of this community and I am thankful for the opportunity to continue serving my hometown. May you all have a happy, healthy and safe 2016! Thank You J.R. Beard -Liberty Town Council

Thank You From Shaw Accounting Season's Greetings and A Happy New Year!

Congratulations to all the new Liberty Town Council and Mayor for the New Year. Make sure you are there to support the Liberty Town Council and Mayor to make Liberty even better that it is. Make sure you always take your care and concerns to them, for they need your thoughts and attention to things going on in LIberty . Also remember that all meetings are open and their is time for community comments. Returning Gary Davis and new member JR Beard, new Mayor Filmore York and appointed member Larry Coble, I wish you all great success in Liberty.

Swaim Electric Heat & A/C COMFORTABLE JUST GOT AFFORDABLE.

The Liberty Artisan & Craft Gallery Displaying The Work Of Over100 Artists and Craftspeople

5546 NC Hwy 49, Liberty All Your Wild Bird Shop Needs Stop In And Visit With Us Gift Certificates Available Wind Garden Spinners, Barn Quilts, Bee Keeping Supplies & Equipment, Pottery, Jewelry, Painted Glass, Candles, Soaps, Wooden Cutting Boards and Much More.

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January 2016

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Volume 13 Issue 1

The Holiday Surprise Nobody Wants Julia Garrett had not visited her parents in eight months. The thirteen-hour drive from Boston to Kernersville passed quickly because she was so happy to be going “home” for the holidays. As she pulled into the driveway, she scanned the well-lit front porch where her mother usually would be waiting, but the porch was empty. When Julia stepped in the front door, she was surprised by the unusual smell lingering in the air. She expected the usual scents of mulled cider and pumpkin pies. It took a few minutes to identify, but the odor of dirty diapers was unmistakable. That was odd: she could not think of anyone in the family who had a new baby. Her mother swooped into the room and wrapped her in hugs. As they separated and Julia got a clear view of her mother’s face, she was startled by how tired her mother looked and by how much she had aged. Looking in to the den, she could see that her dad was in his recliner watching TV, his back to the doorway. She stepped over quickly to face him and received another jolt: he looked terrible. He had lost a lot of weight, there were dark circles under his eyes, his shirt was spotted with food stains, and he seemed to be looking through her rather than at her. Her close proximity informed her that he was the source of the dirty diaper odor. Coming to her side, her mother immediately noticed the smell and walked her dad down the hall to the bedroom, speaking to him as she would one of the grandchildren. Julia stood in shock at the realization that her father was not only incontinent but was losing his awareness and adult capabilities. In the days that followed, Julia’s mother described the drastic decline in her dad’s mental health after he fell off a ladder and injured his head in the spring. The incontinence issues were only the tip of the iceberg, as her father’s sharp mind entered the foggy confusion of dementia and his caregiving spouse began to reach the end of her rope physically, mentally, and emotionally. Julia realized the situation had reached critical mass in a very short time and if she did not act quickly, her mother’s health could be at risk. This was one surprise Julia wished she could have avoided! This month, many people will travel to visit older family members for the holidays and have a surprising experience similar to Julia’s. They will observe drastic changes in abilities, attitudes, and behaviors in the person whose health has declined and in the person who is providing care. Without a reliable point of reference, they may make incorrect conclusions about the situation and about the alternatives for solutions. Navigating the options for care and support of aging adults is like entering a maze, where false turns mean lost time and setbacks in opportunities for improvements in health and wellbeing. Fortunately for Julia Garrett and her parents, a quick Google search led them to local resources for information about dementia, in-home care, family caregiver support programs, home-delivered meals, Medicare and Medicaid, adult day care, Veterans services, and many other long-term support services, many of which they did not know existed. For most people, this kind of holiday “surprise” is inevitable. The experts know that you will need many services to support both caregivers and care recipients so they can age in place with dignity and independence. In the twelve-county Piedmont Triad region, the Area Agency on Aging partners with more than sixty agencies that provide an array of services authorized by the Older Americans Act to assist older adults, persons with disabilities, and their caregivers. To learn more about supports for maintaining independence and aging at home, contact these “lead agencies” in each county: Alamance: Alamance ElderCare, Inc., (336) 538-8080 Caswell: Caswell County Senior Services, (336) 694-7447 Forsyth: Senior Services, Inc. (Winston-Salem), (336) 725-0907 Guilford: Senior Resources of Guilford, (336) 373-4816 Montgomery: Montgomery County Council on Aging, (910) 572-3757 Randolph: Randolph County Senior Adults Association, (336) 625-3389; 1 (800) 252-2899 To learn more about long-term care opportunities, such as assisted living or skilled nursing care, call the Area Agency on Aging at (336) 904-0300 and ask for the “Ombudsman” assigned to the county in which your loved one resides. Visit www.ptrc.org and select “Area Agency on Aging,” then scroll down to the “Funded Partners” link for a comprehensive list of resources in each county.

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The Liberty Leader Newspaper Volume 13 Issue 1 January 2016 Five parades and 5,150 books later... News From Randolph County Partnership For Children The Randolph County Partnership For Children--and teams of volunteers-packed bags full of books and headed out on the streets to give a valuable holiday gift, the "Gift of Reading," to young children and families. This year, the "Gift of Reading" reached 5,150 children attending Christmas parades in Asheboro, Randleman, Liberty, Franklinville, Ramseur and Archdale. Books were distributed to help families share the joy of reading at home and establish a strong foundation for success in reading. For over a decade, the Kiwanis Club of Asheboro has joined together with the Partnership to bring the "Gift of Reading" to children and families who attend the Asheboro Christmas Parade. This year, club members were aided by volunteers from the Kiwanis Club Satellite, Asheboro High School Key Club, and Partnership board members. They distributed 2,500 books to children and families. AHS Key Club members labeled all the books. Volunteers from The Timken Company and Randleman High School Key Club distributed more than 1,000 books during the Randleman Christmas Parade. Community volunteers distributed books in Liberty, Franklinville/ Ramseur and Archdale. Books are more than the stories inside. They're a key to unlocking the potential in every child. With the help of many, the "Gift of Reading" made its largest impact ever this year. 

Save the date! We've got the green light and we're ready to fly into the 2016 Gala! The Partnership's annual Gala for the Children is set for Saturday, April 9 at The Cetwick Event Center in Asheboro. The theme is sure to leave you hooked in the Partnership... Peter Pan!    Last year, the sold-out event generated $80,000 for the Partnership's programs and services, a new record. There were 85 volunteers who worked to make the evening happen, 60 sponsors of the event, 140 individuals and businesses who donated beautiful objects, valuable services, and unique experiences to the auctions, and 200 children received the gift of literacy through donations to Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.      We are excited about building on that success.   Tickets to the Gala will be available in early February.     If you are interested in volunteering for the Gala, would like to become a sponsor, or would like to donate an auction item, please contact Jill Jackson at 629-2128, ext. 12.

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Why not join 24 other men and women to enhance the life of our less fortunate friends and neighbors. You will be blessed by your small, but important effort. You only have to give a few hours one day a month to drive a patient to an appointment with the doctor, hospital, etc. For more information please call 336-622-5774.

We would like to take a minute to say "Thank You" to all our 2015 sponsors. If you would like to become a sponsor for 2016, let us know. We would appreciate your support and we will do our best to promote your business at all our events. Thank You!! Creative Florist & Gifts May Furniture, Inc. The Timken Company Republic Services Jackie's Flower Shop County Pawn Main Street Grill Asheboro Alarm and Electric Company Fidelity Bank of Ramseur Loflin Funeral Home Ramseur Area Civitan Club Matlab Main Street Hair Company Express Employment Professionals The Inn at Celebrity Dairy Four Saints Brewing Company, LLC Tower Components, Inc. Deuterman Law Group Piedmont Staffing Solutions, Inc. The John Plant Company Hermosa's Catering, Inc. Two Men and a Cat, Inc. Liberty Leader Red Squared Entertainment United WaterThe Courier Tribune 99.9 FM THE ZOO

Did you see any of the Miss / Master Ramseur pageant winners at the Ramseur Christmas Parade. Ramseur Chamber are very appreciate of each one of them.

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NC Voter ID Law The SALT Council (Seniors And Law Enforcement Together) will have a program on “North Carolina Voter ID Law” at the Asheboro Senior Center, The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC on Wednesday, January 20th at 2:00pm. The Center’s location is 347 W. Salisbury Street, Asheboro. Jennifer Faulkner from the North Carolina State Board of Elections will discuss North Carolina’s new Voter ID Law and its impact on seniors. With the first state primary coming up in March 2016, this program will be helpful for all voters. This event is FREE and open to the public. Please bring family and friends to this informative event.  Refreshments will be provided.  For more information, contact Lisa Alley at 336-625-3389 (or 1-800-252-2899) or Myra Gaddy at 336-318-6835.

The American Legion Post will be having a “Huge Yard Sale” the weekend of the Antiques Festival, April 29 & 30th 2016. This sale will be inside the Legion and on the grounds. The last Yard Sale held at the Post was attended by over 600 people. We are now accepting donations for this sale. 10’ x 10’ Booth spaces will also be available for vendors in a designated area on the grounds of the Legion. Spaces will be $25.00 per day, rain or shine. There will be a limited number of spaces so call Cary at 336-707-8177 early to reserve, they will go fast. All proceeds from the yard sale and booth rentals will go to support American Legion Projects. Contact any of the following Yard Sale Committee members for Donation pick up or more information: Cary McMasters - 336-707-8177 Ritchie York - 336-215-2503 Guy Troy - 336-622-3375 Joe Morgan - 336-622-3720 Gail Morgan - 336-337-5031

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Mark Your Calendar - MLK Celebration The Martin Luther King Committee will celebrate the annual MLK parade on Saturday January 9th at 2:00 pm. The parade route will begin at the Liberty Shopping Center 510 N GREENSBORO ST. and end at 213 S Greensboro St. in Liberty NC. We are looking for persons who would like to participate with floats ,cars,marching bands,Business and all that have participated previously. The Rain date for the parade will be the following Saturday January 16th. There will be a $10 entry fee. The fee goes to a donation to scholarship fund that we provide to two students each year. If you would like to be in the parade bring the following to the registration area. Entry : A Float ____ A Car ____ A Van _____ A Motorcycle________ Sponsor Band _________________________________________ Name: Name Of Organization _______________________________________________ Name _________________ City _______________ Phone __________________ The celebration will end on Sunday January 10th with A musical Program at The Church of God of Prophecy at 902 W Swannanoa Ave Liberty NC at 2:30pm. The Winston Salem State choir will render a musical program. COME JOIN US FOR A WONDERFUL TIME….

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RCC College and Career Readiness Graduation Held Dec. 14 Linda Brown, president of the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce, was the guest speaker at Randolph Community College’s College and Career Readiness graduation held at 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 14, at the R. Alton Cox Learning Resources Center auditorium on the Asheboro Campus. Eleven students participated in Monday’s ceremony out of 41 High School Equivalency graduates and 11 Adult High School Diploma graduates who were eligible. Also speaking at the graduation ceremony was Adult High School Diploma graduate Emily Small, who said she plans to continue her education in the nursing program. In addition, faculty members read messages of thanks from two high school equivalency graduates who completed their credits through the Correctional Center program. Dr. Robert Shackleford Jr., RCC president, gave the welcome. Elbert Lassiter, vice president for workforce development and continuing education, presented the candidates for graduation. The conferring of the diplomas was handled by F. Mac Sherrill, chairman of the RCC Board of Trustees. Serving as graduation marshals were Presidential Scholar Christina Nutt; and faculty members Melissa Woodell, lead instructor, and Megan Chamblee, ABE instructor. The graduates listed alphabetically by their cities of residence follow: High School Equivalency Graduates Franklinville Savannah Hill. Liberty Wesley Ehren Litter, Daniela Aguilar Serrato. Ramseur Rebecca Lyn Alston, Dulce Nalley Vera Alvarado, Kelly H. Clay, Casey McLean.   

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RCC Foundation Emergency Fund Named After Robert Shackleford

During the Randolph Community College Foundation’s regular board meeting on Nov. 16, Lorie McCroskey, director of development, announced that the name of its Pledge Fund is changing to the Robert Shackleford Emergency Fund. The fund provides assistance to students facing financial emergencies that may cause them to drop out of school. The program was the brainchild of RCC President Robert S. Shackleford Jr. as part of his Presidential Initiatives in 2009-2010. Shackleford challenged the RCC Foundation to adopt a comprehensive college development plan, which included new ways to give such as the Pledge Program and the Legacy Society. “The Pledge program has aided numerous students over the last several years who may otherwise have dropped out of school,” said McCroskey. “Those needs have ranged from tuition costs and books, to gas cards and car parts, to tools and utility payments. We felt the best way to honor Dr. Shackleford for his continued commitment to RCC students was to name the Pledge Fund for him.” In 2014-2015, The Foundation’s RCC Pledge and Title III Emergency funds provided $6,469 to prevent eight students from dropping out due to unforeseen financial crises. To make a gift to the Robert Shackleford Emergency Fund or another Foundation fund, mail a check to RCC Foundation, 629 Industrial Park Ave., Asheboro, NC  27205. Be sure to indicate the fund you wish to support. Gifts may also be made online at www.randolphccfoundation.org. Gifts for the 2015 tax year, must be postmarked or made online by Dec. 31. For more information, contact Lorie McCroskey at 336-633-1118.

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New Place To Donate Blood I am very excited to see the new opportunity to donate blood that keeps the blood in our readers area. This group has done other drives in our area in 2015 and are getting ready to do another with the help of the boy scouts. I wanted to shed on this new organization that you can donate your pint of blood to. So below is information on this group. Community Blood Center of the Carolinas (CBCC) is our local supplier of blood and blood products. This valuable organization plays a crucial role in our community, providing the blood required to treat cancer, cardiac, sickle cell, trauma and other patients in our hospitals. Collected locally and used locally—every drop stays in our community saving local lives; that is what makes the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas such an important resource. The need for blood is never ending. In fact, more than 400 blood products are required every day to meet the needs of our community. There is no substitute for life-saving blood—it cannot be manufactured or reproduced. Yet it is essential to patients suffering from life-threatening illnesses. As our hospitals keep pace with the increased needs of our region, so must our blood supply. That is why it is so critically important that the community support CBCC by sponsoring blood drives regularly within your businesses, schools, organizations or houses of worship. CBCC has opened the Greensboro Blood Donation and Distribution Center at: 616 Pasteur Dr. They are supplying the Cone Health hospitals in the Triad area and CBCC’s new center will enhance service to donors, sponsors and patients. But we cannot do it without you. You depend on us for your health care. We depend on CBCC for life-saving blood. As a non-pro t community organization, CBCC depends on your support. It only requires a small amount of time to make a life-long difference to a patient in need. To learn how you can help local patients in our community by donating blood or sponsoring a blood drive, please call CBCC at 336-413-4995 today. About Us: The Community Blood Center of the Carolinas (CBCC) is a nonprofit community-based blood center and the primary blood supplier to 27 regional hospitals, serving patients that live in 19 North Carolina and three South Carolina counties. We subscribe to a community- based blood banking philosophy. That means that community donors know that the blood they give stays in our community - helping family members, friends and neighbors. Our Mission: To be the steward of a community resource: life-saving blood. CBCC collects blood from the community to return to the community at the lowest possible cost, consistent with the highest standards of quality. Our Vision: To build and strengthen the bonds of community.

• One pint of whole blood can help save as many as 3 lives • Blood makes up about 7 percent of your body’s weight • 55% of your blood is composed of the liquid known as plasma • Most donated red blood cells can be stored for 42 days • Most donated platelets can be stored for 5 days • One local children’s hospital alone requires nearly 200 platelet products each month • Each day, more than 20% of patients in our local hospitals are receiving blood as part of their treatment and O type blood is the most commonly transfused

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The Community Blood Center of the Carolinas (CBCC) is a nonprofit community-based blood center and the primary blood supplier to 27 regional hospitals, serving patients that live in 19 North Carolina and three South Carolina counties. We subscribe to a communitybased blood banking philosophy. That means that community donors know that the blood The need for blood is never ending. In fact, more than 400 blood products are they give stays in our community first - helping family members, friends and neighbors. required every
 day in the treatment of our local patients. There is no substitute for life-saving blood, it cannot be manufactured or reproduced. When we think of the need for blood, we o en think of emergencies, but for many people in our community, transfusions are a way of life. People who su er from cancer, heart disease, leukemia and other major illnesses need blood on a regular basis. • Patients with Leukemia use 10-12 units of platelets a week during treatment • Heart transplant or bypass surgery patients use 2-4 units of red blood cells • The average life span of a single red blood cell circulating in the human body is approximately 120 days

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To be the steward of a community resource: life-saving blood. CBCC collects blood from the community to return to the community at the lowest possible cost, consistent with the highest standards of quality.

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Randolph Community College Announces 2015 Fall Semester Academic Standing Lists Randolph Community College announces the President’s List, Dean’s List, and Academic Merit List for the 2015 fall semester.  Curriculum students enrolled in 12 credit hours for the semester excluding college preparatory hours and proficiency hours who receive no incompletes and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 are eligible to be recognized on the following lists: President’s List - GPA of 4.00 Dean’s List - GPA of 3.50-3.99             Curriculum students enrolled in at least six but less than 12 credit hours for the semester excluding college preparatory hours and proficiency hours who receive no incompletes and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 and earn a grade point average of 3.50 – 4.00 are eligible to be recognized on the Academic Merit List.  Congratulations to these students.            (on cities located in the reading area displayed)   President’s List – Fall Semester 2015 Climax: Benjamin Cotner, Zachary Taylor. Franklinville: Timothy Augustyn, Dakota Brim, Emily Farr, Allison Layton. Liberty: Sandra Woosley. Ramseur: Razwan Asim, Derek Brower, Gabriela Mena Rosas, Rebekah Seawell. Dean’s List – Fall Semester 2015
 Cedar Falls: Karen Branch. Climax: Lily Burgess, Amanda Hilliard-Ziemba, Lisa Sackett, Kevin Stewart. Franklinville: Sarah Allen, Carrie Craven, Marissa Henley, Alisha Hurley, Bethany Kidd, Maleah Nance, Melina Parris, Hayley Routh, Cristey Trogdon. Liberty: Jonathan Bautista Castro, Mary Collins, Nora Ferguson, Marisol Galvan, Bobby Gravely, Olivia Hardy, Erich Hartman, Alyssa Hutcherson, Suzanne Lewis, Dustin Mitchell, Kayla Plummer, Kevin Shinn, Kirsten Stovall. Ramseur: Gabrielle Beane, Melinda Burgess, Mike Church, Keshia Davis, Sherry Hicks, Michael Jothen, Savannah Lucas, Candace Marion, Sarah McGee, Sharon Monroe, Easton Rains, Cortney Sermon, Austin Smyre, Cambria Wainwright, Ariel Ward, Marquita Williams. Snow Camp: April Harrison. Staley: Taylor Coble, Mikala Hopson, Carolyn Leonard, Jessica Salgado, Bronte Thompson, Lisa Watson. Academic Merit List – Fall Semester 2015 Climax: Sarai Armfield, Casey Corbett, Cathy Edwards. Franklinville: Tina Allred, Norma Arellano, Hayley Cole, Terri Leonard, Brittany Nixon, Jacob Oakes, Amanda Rochelle, Toni Schooley, Sarah Sutton, Mickaela Toomes, Taylor Trogdon, Winona Wentworth, Katlyn Wood. Julian: Haileigh Van Hoy. Liberty: Alondra Alejo Pacheco, Kasey Bowman, Jodie Caviness, Shakira Crittle, Taanalea Kennedy, Brooklyn Langley, Kayla Martin, Mason Pack, Taylor Pack, Shelby Routh, Blinda Sartwell, Morgan Shafley, Margarita Vera Raya, Justin White. Ramseur: Timothy Bertsch, Michaela Blakley, Shanna Brady, Amber Brower, Briana Cartwright, Ana Contreras, Alexia Farrish, Christian Faulkner, Dustin Grant, Laura Hernandez, Amy Hughes, Alyssia Parks, Miguel Perez, Daimen Sands, Mariam Shahzadi, Lydia Siler, Brooke Simmons, Maria Suarez-Ilagor, Debra Sutphin, Angela Turner. Staley: Jessica Brooks, Nina Brown, Rebecca Carlen, Gail McKay, Debra Perdue, Sierra Price, Brandon Rancourt.

Shiloh United Methodist Church will have its community EASTER EGG HUNT, Saturday, March 26, 2016, at 11:00 am. Location: 7394 Shiloh Rd. (off of Highway 421 and Ramseur-Julian Rd.) Liberty, NC BRING A FRIEND AND YOUR BASKET.

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Highlights From Ramseur Night Parade - It was so cool to see floats with lights on them. Ramseur Chamber did a great job with the new venue. Can not wait for next year.

Did you know that more than half of the U.S. population celebrates Valentine’s Day by purchasing a greeting card? Or did you know that about 8 billion conversation, candy hearts will be produced this year; that’s enough candy to stretch from Rome, Italy to Valentine, Arizona 20 times and back again? While there are many Valentine’s Day traditions, this year join Randolph Hospital and Randolph Cancer Center for a special new tradition. Come celebrate your loved one by having a “couples” themed event! On Tuesday, February 9th, join the staff at Randolph Cancer Center for a special preValentine’s Day event, “Couples Against Cancer.” This event will take place from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the Private Dining Room at Randolph Hospital. During the event couples will participate in a hands-on health risk assessment and open discussion, followed by chocolate-covered strawberries and sparkling grape juice. Celebrate an early Valentine’s Day with your love by attending this special event. This special event is one of Randolph Hospital and Randolph Cancer Center’s c o m m u n i t y education events offered each month to promote health and wellness. While the event is free, registration is required. For more information about this screening or to register, please call Randolph Hospital at (336) 633-7788 or visit online at www.randolphhospital.org and click on the “Upcoming Events” tab. www.edwardjones.com

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ZERO HOUR 2016: TEEN NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY Over 150 Liberty-area teens and chaperones filled the Liberty Elementary Gym for an awesome N.Y.E. celebration! There was lots of dancing, gaming, prize-winning (including a PS4!) and at least one teen gave their heart to Jesus Christ as they heard about the reason we have real HOPE for the future. Thanks to all who helped make this event a success!

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At Chatham Hospital, convenient, quality care is our number one priority. And with the backing of one of the world’s leading academic medical centers, residents of Randolph County can hold us to that promise. Expert care is just down the road in Siler City.

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