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Future Events Aug.3rd Quarter Auction Pg.11 Aug. 4th Car Show Pg.9 Aug. 9th Patriot Fun Night Pg. 8 Sep. 14th Fishing Tournament Pg. 6

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RCC Opening Center In Liberty Randolph Community College soon will have a more permanent presence in Liberty as the town’s community leaders have offered the usage of the fellowship hall and classrooms of First Baptist Church of Liberty to the College. RCC has had classes at various sites in Liberty, but the new Liberty Center will include RCC signage, and a parking lot and separate entrance for college students, faculty, and staff. “We’ve been working closely with community leaders for some time, and we’ve offered classes there over the years at different sites, but we’ve never had an identifiable presence there,” RCC President Dr. Robert Shackleford said. “This will make a difference.” Shackleford said the College also has been collaborating with community leaders in Liberty on a grant for downtown development. “They see us as a part of their future,” he said. “This will take it one step further in our partnership.” Billy Hardin, Chair of the Randolph County Economic Development Corporation, is currently working on putting together an advisory committee that will meet in August to help identify the community’s needs and what the College can do to meet those needs. “We want to make sure we meet the needs of Liberty,” Shackleford said. “We’ve always been there [in Liberty] and valued that relationship. This is a big step toward creating an identifiable presence, so people know where we are.” RCC’s Small Business Center is already planning on having a regularly scheduled presence at the Liberty Center. Classes will include entrepreneurship, c o m p u t e r, h i g h s c h o o l equivalency, and continuing education with a full roll-out planned for the spring 2020 semester. “When the classes Randolph Community College Director start depends on what the of Facilities Operations Cindi Goodwin, needs are,” Shackleford said, left, and RCC Vice President for noting RCC will plan on Administrative Services Daffie Garris having an opening house at speak with one of Liberty’s community the site. leaders at First Baptist Church of Liberty on June 21.

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Allied Health Center On Track

Construction on RCC’s Allied Health Center is proceeding well since last year’s groundbreaking. The $14.4 million facility, which is slated to open in spring 2020, will house the College’s Associate Degree Nursing, Radiography, Medical Assisting, and Emergency Medical Services programs. It will include a simulated health care community will also include radiography labs, exam rooms, a surgical room, an ICU room, a maternity room, waiting areas, and patient conference rooms. The building will also have videocapture capabilities so instructors can observe students and play back that video to debrief students after a simulation.

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Apprenticeship Randolph Expands Apprenticeship Randolph is holding its third Signing Ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 8, after announcing the addition of Automotive Systems Technology and a partnership with Thomas Tire & Automotive in February. Apprenticeship Randolph began in June 2016 as a collaboration among Randolph Community College, the Randolph County School System, Asheboro City Schools, the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce, and local manufacturers. The goal was to bridge both the interest and skills gaps in modern manufacturing and provide a vehicle for expanding the workforce pool for advanced manufacturing in the county. With tuition funded through Career and College Promise and the N.C. Youth Apprenticeship Tuition Waiver Program and books paid for by the school systems and the participating companies, Apprenticeship Randolph produces an educated, skilled, debt-free workforce. The program, which is for high school juniors and seniors, begins with a six-week, preapprenticeship summer program that consists of two RCC classes and 40 hours per week of on-the-job training. Once a business selects its apprentice after this trial period, the program is spread over four years with students receiving paid, on-the-job training while earning an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Manufacturing Technology or in Automotive Systems Technology through RCC and a Journeyworker Certificate from the N.C. Community College System and U.S. Department of Labor. Currently, there are 28 apprentices in the program with titles such as CNC Machinist, Tool Maker, Medical Knitting Technician, Robotics Technician, Maintenance Technician, Plastics Technician, and Electronics Technician. Liberty students thrive at RCC RCC boasted 18 students from Liberty earning degrees, diplomas, and certificates this spring. Three Liberty natives received academic awards this spring with three being inducted into RCC’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.

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The Patterson Cottage Museum will be open from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. July 13 during the “Celebrate Liberty” festivities. The public is invited to stop by the cottage and see items and artifacts from Liberty’s past. The museum features rare rifles, an arrowhead collection, furniture, tools, utensils, dolls, cameras, pottery, items from the Jim Crow era, chairs made by slaves of the Way family, maps, journals and many more artifacts of historic interest. The museum also holds an extensive collection of historic photographs that will be available for viewing and copies of the only three Randolph High School yearbooks known to exist.   For more information, contact Warren

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Swanson Lee "Buster" Kidd,

Memories Of Buster

78, of Liberty, died Sunday, June 30, 2019 at Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro. Funeral Services, 2:00 PM, Wednesday, July 3, 2019, at Shady Grove Baptist Church, Staley. Officiating, Rev. Tommy Kidd. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Buster was a native of Randolph County, graduated from Liberty High School and owner and operator for 52 years of Kidd's Drive-In, Liberty where he enjoyed being with his friends. His favorite pastimes was bluegrass music, fishing, fish frys, and gardening. He was preceded in death by his parents, Clacie and Ruby Haithcock Kidd, brothers, Bill Kidd, Bob Kidd, Garland Kidd. Survivors: wife, Rebecca Heilig Kidd, of the home, sons, Steve Kidd, of Liberty, Jerry Kidd and wife, Pam, of Liberty, grandchildren, Preston Kidd, Kathryn Kidd.

I will always remember Buster driving my school bus when I was in 3rd and 4th grade at Liberty School. In later years enjoying coming back to Liberty and having his food at Kidd's.  He would always remind me that a chili dog and a dog with chili were two dierent things.

Memories Of Buster I remember as a little girl, my aunt Margo babysat my sister and I at my Grandaddys concrete plant there in Liberty (Albert Smith Concrete) my aunt would take us early to Muzzies for lunch, see if you didn’t go early to get plate lunches they would run out of food, that’s how good it is! Well, as my sister and I got older we drove ourselves to Muzzies and my dad was in the concrete business as well (Jesse Cole’s concrete) so we would go to Muzzies for lunch and tell Buster what we wanted for lunch and told him just put on our daddy’s tab (see dad would go here for breakfast and lunch daily) He did..No questions asked.. Do you think any other places around would let you do that and leave without paying?! NO!!! See Buster new my Grandaddy and my daddy, well actually new my whole family (Margo’s husband Larry worked for my Grandaddy at concrete plant as well and my mom went to school with him.. But you see Buster was just a very kind man who new a lot of people in Liberty. My daughter will only eat Muzzies Hot Dogs, she doesn’t like from anywhere else. My dad would buy the weenies in bulk from Buster..... My son loved their hot dogs as well. Best place ever to eat in Liberty!!đ&#x;’• Buster Kidd R I P " you will be missed by many! This is what I have asked for the past 2 years when my sister asked me what I wanted for my birthday lunch, which was just last week!...nothing like this place, loved it since I was little. Pull up - Honk your horn and get curb service.

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A burger and hot dog drive in where friends come to eat and catch up

Where everybody knows everybody

He's gonna be missed by many, he always joked with me when I came in cause we have same birthday July 3. He always smiled and said your the old one I'm the young one. Rip buster Kidd

If you needed or wanted to catch up on town gossip you went to Kidds. LOL

His food as good and the prices, he was always smiling and greeted everybody.

He would call the house around Thanksgiving or Christmas and say, hey Robbie, we getting together down at Curtis, need you to make those beans and some grilled chicken. Gonna miss those phone calls and the get togethers we all had at Curtis and Rhonda's. Buster, I'll always remember, when we started our business, the advice and warning he gave me. I have since learned he was right. I also remember going and picking up burgers hotdogs and fries for lunch, during our lunch break from pulling tobacco. A lot of good memories going into Kidds around 3pm and if you caught Buster in, he was usually taking a cat nap, at the table. He had been up before a lot of us even rolled over, fixing breakfast for those that got a very early start to their day. God Bless and prayers for Becky, Steve and Jerry.

My husband tells me about how his uncle Larry Cheek and Red Fogleman use to take him there when he was a little bitty guy (4 or 5) and feed him Busters hotdogs until his little belly pooched out like a balloon.

Buster drove our school bus back in the day. You didn't act up on it either, he would stop and put you o it in a heartbeat! His family farm isn't that far away from where I live. When I am at home at any given time or day, I might look out and see Buster either going to or coming from the farm. He will be missed!

No matter what decade, the place never seemed to age or change. Â

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Randolph Community College announces 2019 Spring Semester Academic Standing lists Randolph Community College recently announced the President’s List, Dean’s List, and Academic Merit List for the 2019 spring 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. (All cities are in N.C. unless otherwise indicated)  

President’s List — Spring Semester 2019 Climax: Patricia Pegram, William Rivers, Morgan Wright. Franklinville: Kristal Beltran, Hayley Cole, Ty Elliott. Julian: James Brady. Liberty: Rhonda Hargis, Kendall Mauldin. Ramseur: Jessica Cardin, Garrick Coalson, Dalton Craven, Cameron Frye, Brodie Smith, Brittany Sykes.  

Dean’s List — Spring Semester 2019 Climax: Heather Armstrong, Jordan Corbett, Chyanne Davis Welborn. Franklinville: Hannah Anderson, Trenton Crutchfield, Savannah Routh, Dalton Sides, Bethany Walker. Liberty: Malinda Blackwell, Emily Castro, Destiny Gooch, Micah Griffith, Erich Hartman, Cathy Hartman, Alexus Knott, Brooklyn Langley, Bethany Nuchols, Katie Rose, Dulce Vera Espinoza, Jacqueline Vera-Raya. Staley: Jessica Brooks, Gracie Coble, Betty Ellis, Elizabeth Pate, Sabrina Rau.

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Tick Season: An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure (SPM Wire) Summer is here, and nature beckons. The benefits of spending time outside -- from an increase in vitamin D levels to the healing powers of nature -- are common knowledge, and outdoor activities are widely encouraged by various health organizations. But while you’re out and about enjoying fresh air, don’t forget to take precautions against the possibility of being bitten by a tick. Ticks are tiny arthropods that live by feeding on the blood of other animals and people. They often transmit a variety of complicated infections that, if untreated, can lead to dire consequences. But you don’t have to let these tiny creatures get in the way of your enjoyment of nature. Just make sure to follow few simple rules before and after your outing: • Treat clothing and gear with products containing permethrin, and your body with EPA-registered insect repellent. • Cover up if you will be spending time in bushy or wooded areas or wandering through fields of tall grass. Wear long sleeves and tuck your long pants into your socks -- while this look would be frowned upon by the fashion-conscious, it may, literally, save your life! • Once home, check your clothes and body for ticks, and don’t forget some of the not-so-obvious places, like your scalp, belly button and underarms.

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Academic Merit List — Spring Semester 2019 Climax: Korey Bauersfeld, Summer Gray, Kayla Samuels, Taylor Whittington. Julian: Lisa Jones, Noelle Keene. Liberty: Cherry Brown, Diana Castro-Vazquez, Yasmin Cervantes, Cassie Horvath, Tyler Jones, Aaron Lednum, Riley Lineberry, Montserrat Mariscal, Katherine Norris, Leah Switzer, Kirstin Thomas, Brock Welborn, Victoria York. Ramseur: Daniel Avila, Cody Badeaux, Nicole Badeaux, Brittany Clark, Skylar Cole, Alexia Farrish, Clayton Flinchum, Hannah Foushee, Heather Haithcox, Cesar Jaimes Montes de Oca, Santiago Perez, Jackson Richardson, Isaac Rumley, Debra Sutphin, Danielle Tress, Timothy Urban, Yaneli Villagomez, Jonathan Waldron, Tracy Witsaman. Staley: Brooklyn Mayle, Brandon Rancourt, Gladis Vera-Raya, Cela Watson.

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Tom Meacham, Chair of the Liberty Fishing Tournament,

Rose Brockwell a gift certification for the most fishes caught.

Clima Moffitt received a gift certification for the smartest fish caught.

James Cheek received a gift certification for the largest fish caught.

Liberty Senior Center

went through certification to become a Center of Excellence. In the picture is from left to right; Mark Hensley (Executive Director), Kaffy Reynolds (Liberty Senior Center Director), and Jessica Cain (Nutrition Director) after we were told that Liberty Senior Center was a Center of Excellence.

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COMING APRIL 21st!!! Rocca's Bakery isdaily pleased partner with Homeland Extended & tonew Sunday hoursCreamery! with outRocca's Bakery is the only ice cream shop in Randolph County door seating, banana splits, hot fudge that makes ice cream desserts, milkshakes, banana brownie splits, sundaes and more with ice cream! sundaes, choc &Homeland caramelCreamery sundaes, milkshakes, 5

flavors of ice cream & homemade We have also introduced smoothies to Rocca'swaffle Bakery! cones!! We have lemonade and Wild Berry flavors! Rocca’s Bakery & Coffee shop is better than your “old fashioned” bakery! We feature cakes, pies, cookies, donuts, Italian & French pastries, breads, pasta, cupcakes, fresh brewed drip & hot/iced espresso coffee drinks, iced frappes, 5 flavors of ice cream, homemade waffle cones, jams, granola & so much more! INSIDE SEATING AVAILABLE!!

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5 Delicious Low-Carb Recipes Perfect for a Cookout (StatePoint) Food on the grill, carb-loaded side dishes and high-sugar desserts are at the center of most seasonal cookouts. But this doesn’t mean you need to avoid those countless neighborhood barbecues to ensure you stay on track with your healthy lifestyle. Courtney McCormick, manager of Clinical Research & Nutrition for South Beach Diet, recommends these five lower-carb recipes that are great to bring along to any cookout. • Shredded Chicken Chili: Just toss some chicken, beans, tomatoes and a combination of chili powder, ground cumin, paprika, salt, black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and oregano in your slow cooker and let that magic machine do all the work. Six hours later, you’ll have perfectly cooked chicken and plenty of flavorful fixings for fewer calories than a chicken prepared in a sugary or cheesy sauce. • Avocado Tuna Sandwiches: Mix lemon juice, avocado, Dijon mustard, salt and pepper in a small bowl and add canned tuna fish. Scoop onto a slice of whole grain bread with arugula, sliced cucumbers and red onions and you’ve got yourself a delicious sandwich to eat in place of that hamburger. • Skinny Shrimp Fajitas: You won’t miss the tortilla with this recipe! Combine shrimp, onion, bell pepper, olive oil and dry fajita spices such as chili powder, garlic, onion, cumin and paprika in a large bowl. Pour into a veggie basket or place on skewers and let the grill do the work for you. • Pesto Cilantro Dip: Bake walnuts at 275 degrees until golden brown, then chop cilantro, garlic, and walnuts in a food processor for about 25 seconds. With the machine running, pour olive oil in a steady stream. Add sour cream, lemon juice and salt. Pulse a few times to combine and you’re done! Serve with fresh veggies. “This recipe is quick and simple,” says McCormick. “It contains minimal ingredients and it is packed with healthy fats. Plus, it keeps five days in the refrigerator and freezes for up to a month.” • South Beach Coleslaw: Coleslaw is a BBQ staple and this recipe for a lighter version of it is easy as 1-2-3! Whisk together mayonnaise, mustard, vinegar, celery seed and a sugar substitute. Add cabbage and toss to combine. Season to taste with salt and pepper and refrigerate until ready to serve. For more details on these recipes and other great tips and tricks to lose weight and live healthier, visit South Beach Diet’s website The Palm at palm.southbeachdiet.com/ cookout-low-carb-recipes. Remember, cookouts don’t need to wreak havoc on your healthy diet. By making some simple swaps and choosing healthier options, you’ll stay on track while still enjoying time outdoors with family and friends.

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Have fun and make a difference in someone’s life! SHILOH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IS HAVING A CAR SHOW AND EVERYBODY IS WELCOME TO COME AND SHOW OFF THEIR CAR, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE, RACE CAR, ETC. We even have a kids division! So kids - decorate those bikes, go-carts, mini bikes, etc., and join us! We will be awarding 1st & 2nd place fan favorite trophies in five divisions (street legal cars, trucks, motorcycles, kids & wild card). Wild card is anything else with wheels, such as race cars, drag cars, fire trucks, or tractors. There will also be a Pastors Choice award!

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There will be inflatables and sand art for the kids, as well as corn hole and drawings for everyone to enjoy! NO ADMISSION CHARGE! JUST COME HAVE FUN! Be sure to bring plenty of canned goods and nonperishable snacks, as you will use them to vote for your favorite vehicles. All food collected will be used in our food pantry to support our community. We also collect kid friendly foods for our Backpack Pals program which supports our local children. You may also purchase tickets to vote with and the money collected will be used to buy more food for our local food pantries and backpack pals program.

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Liberty Event Center

Saturday, July 13 8am-2pm

123 S. Greensboro St, Liberty

Mark your calendars for the Farmers Market at the Homeland Creamery!

Restaurant Open Thur & Fri 5pm to 8pm 1 Meat 2 Veg $8 2 Meat 2 Veg $10 Bread-Drink

July 12th- Signature Sounds Band (Top 40 featuring Keith Bartell) 7:30pm July 19th- Pete Everett & The Total Package Band

Dessert $2 Water $1

Enjoy unique vendors, Alpacas to feed and pet with their yarn products for purchase, food truck, baked goods, produce, flowers, free hayrides, Clogging at 10am,  and of course ice cream! If interested in becoming a vendor, E-mail tours@homelandcreamery.com 6506 Bowman Dairy Road Julian, NC 27283  

Catering Available For More Info Contact Frankie Matthews 919-799-9647 Frante’ Matthes 919-799-7108

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Volume 17 Issue 7 The Liberty Leader Newspaper 5 Reasons Kids Should Play Outside More

July 2019 You Know What Day It Is..

(StatePoint) Whether it’s dance lessons, computer projects, art class or yoga, kids these days are busy bees. And while such activities are enriching and fun, experts say that many kids aren’t spending enough time doing something much simpler and every bit as important as structured programming: playing outdoors.

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• Physical Development: Research has shown that physically active kids tend to be leaner and healthier, while an inactive childhood can lead to a sedentary (and likely unhealthy) lifestyle in adulthood. Furthermore, physical play builds gross and fine motor skills necessary for success in school and beyond. Hanging from the monkey bars, for instance, helps kids develop the hand muscles needed to grip a pencil.

Playtime is essential for children. To promote health, happiness and confidence, be sure some of it is spent outdoors.

Stokesdale Family Pharmacy

2905 Darrow Rd, Walkertown, NC 27051 8500 US Highway 158, Stokesdale, NC 27357 336-595-6979 • Toll free 1-855-USE-DRUG.

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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

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Susie

Ann

Mandy

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Smithwood Christian Church Liberty C O M I N G S O O N: REVIVAL: Sunday July 28....Rev. Lee Ellis will be preaching both 11:00 am service and 7:00pm service on Sunday July 28, 2019 THEN, Monday the 29th, thru Wednesday, the 31st, 2019 - The Rev. Chris Bouldin and his musically gifted wife Annette from Dover Baptist Church in Seagrove, NC, will be ministering. Please come and bring someone with you. All are welcome! Be Fed...Be Renewed... Be Revived!

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Vee’s Place Old-Fashioned Bakery is a part-time bakery where delicious treats are lovingly crafted in small batches; just like Grandmother used to make. Each item is made fresh from scratch using real ingredients in the Vee’s Place kitchen. Vee’s Place offers a variety of cakes, pies, fudge, cookies and more! We rotate our in-store menu weekly. You can smell what we’re baking before you open the door, so come see what we are cooking up! Custom orders are always welcome. Please visit our website to see our full menu or place an order, or give us a call for more information. Location: 1518 Main Street Ramseur, North Carolina 27316 @veesplacebakery

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Hours: Mon-Fri: Custom Orders by Appointment Only Saturday: 10:00 am - 3:30 pm Sunday: 11:30 am - 3:30 pm

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Liberty Resident Richard Clapp Jumps at Normandy Commemoration By Rick Staton Richard Clapp, a resident of Liberty jumped out of Douglas DC-3/C-47 Dakotas, along with 250 men and women who parachuted exactly 75 years after the Normandy Invasion into the Historic drop zones over Normandy, France. All of the men and women who parachuted wore WWII- style allied uniforms and jumped using military round parachutes. They jumped between June 5th and the 9th. This month (June), The D-Day Invasion will see her 75th commemoration. This month (June), provided us with the final opportunity to organize DAKS over Normandy to honor those who paid so much. The skies over the United Kingdom and Normandy, France were filled with Douglas DC-3/C-47 Dakotas and hundreds of paratroopers. Here is some background from that Invasion: June 6th, 1944 marks the date on which almost 160,000 allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy to liberate Western Europe. The assault was followed by 24,000 troops who parachuted in or came by glider. Eight hundred Douglas C-47 Skytrains ( Dakotas) were the unsung heroes.

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The 100 Man Project, Inc. Mourns the passing of one of the original members of the group formed in 2010. Adam York, a very intelligent, thoughtful and giving young man from here in Liberty died in June. During his short time on this earth, he was beset at a young age with very life limiting health issues, but never seemed to allow his ever increasing disabilities overcome his spirit and define him. When asked in 2010 to be our Recording Secretary, he immediately agreed, his thought being he could contribute his time and energy so others might benefit from his efforts. Adam would attend monthly meetings that we held at the Fire Department, tape record every word of the hour long meeting, go home, and for the next day or two, tap out each letter of each word with written, detailed accounts of every discussion and e-mail those minutes to all the Directors. He did this every month for more than two years until his issues forced him to discontinue. The Group misses Adam, but we realize he is now “healed” and enjoying his Eternity….we wish him well…

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.

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written by: Executive Director; Amanda Pabst Theres a lot to be excited for here in Liberty! Check out the upcoming events! State Farm - Travis Kivett: Grand Opening Join us as one of our newest members hosts their grand opening/ ribbon cutting on July 9th! A business after hours to immediately follow! Find out all the Travis Kivett and State Farm have to offer here in Liberty! #SupportLocal 114 N Fayetteville St Liberty Celebrate Liberty July Festival The Annual Celebrate Liberty Festival is almost here! Come downtown for the family friendly festival on July 13th 2019 from 2-10! Kick start the day with the children’s parade, then walk the streets filling up on great fair food, shopping from vendors, and listening to your favorite local bands! Don’t forget to check out the kids zone and beer garden! Bring the family out for a great day filled with fun and making memories then end the night watching our always fantastic fireworks display! Taste of the Town Fall Dinner Save the Date! The Chambers annual Taste of the Town Dinner will take place on Tuesday September 24th from 5:30- 7:30 pm at the American Legion Post in Liberty! More details to come! Educational Classes with RCC Small Business Center The Liberty Chamber in conjunction with the RCC Small Business Center is working on educational classes for our members and the general public. The first class will be held in October. Be on the lookout for more details to follow on the date, time, and location! As always, thank you for your continued involvement, investment, and dedication to the Liberty Chamber of Commerce. Libertychamber@rtelco.net libertychambernc.com (336) 622- 4937 (O) - (336) 500- 3252 (M)

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(StatePoint) Summer can be all too fleeting, but one of the best ways to ensure you make the most of the season is by enjoying the generous harvest of fruits and vegetables it brings. Here are three simple ways to make the most of summer produce: Get Produce at Its Peak Produce tastes best when enjoyed during its peak season. Before shopping, check produce guides to see what’s at its peak near you. A few easy ways to be sure you’re getting the cream of the crop are to join a Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) group, visit a farmer’s market and to simply look for the local label at your supermarket. In a culinary rut? Because CSA members don’t always have the option of selecting the exact items they receive, a subscription is a particularly good idea for those with adventurous spirits looking to expand their horizons. Be Safe In your efforts to feed your family nutritious produce this summer, be mindful that many fruits and vegetables contain contaminants like pesticides, wax and soil on their outer layer. While independent studies show that washing produce with water or bleach solution still leaves behind large traces of pesticides, there is now a better way to protect your family. With just a spray and rinse, Arm & Hammer’s Fruit & Vegetable Wash safely eliminates more than 90 percent of residue from the commonly used pesticide thiabendazole, when used as directed -- four times better than water alone. Made with pure and simple ingredients like Arm & Hammer baking soda, water, salt and lemon oil; and free of harsh chemicals, it’s easy to stock your kitchen with it and make it a part of meal prep. For more information, as well as cleaning tips, visit armandhammercleans.com. Use it Up Don’t let any produce go to waste. Here are five fun uses for fruit and vegetables: • Fruit popsicles: Chop fruit into small chunks and mix with juice and even a bit of honey. Pour the mixture into a popsicle mold and freeze. You’ll have a delicious, healthful snack for later. • Fruit or veggie kebabs: The grill is not just for burgers and dogs. Make veggie skewers using mushrooms, zucchini, green peppers and onions. For a light dessert, grill pears and peaches to be eaten on their own or topped with a bit of ice cream. • Pesto: Go beyond the classic basil recipe to get creative with your pesto sauces. From cilantro to spinach to mint, many of summer’s richest green herbs and vegetables make great standins. • Cold soups: The weather may be hot, but that doesn’t mean you need to put soup on the back burner -- or any burner at all. From gazpacho to borscht served chilled, you can cool down with soup this summer. • Preserves: Certain fruits -- such as strawberries -- can technically be found any time of year, but are absolutely unparalleled in summer. Capture that magic for the months ahead by turning your favorite fruits into jams. With a bit of planning, you can thoroughly enjoy the vast array of fruits and vegetables harvested during the summer months.

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RCC offering landscape painting class with historian Bowers

Swaim Electric Heat & A/C

3743 New Salem Rd , Climax 336-685-9722

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Call now for a free home comfort consultation. Swaim Electric Heat & A/C Inc. 3743 New Salem Rd Climax, NC

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The green trees at sunset reflected in the waters of Lake Lucas can be breathtaking. Learn to capture them on canvas in Randolph Community College’s “Painting the Landscape in Oils and Acrylic — Plein Air with Henry Bowers” course, which begins July 16. “Plein air” is a French term meaning outside, or in this case, painting outside. Beginning and intermediate students will get the opportunity to try out painting methods while learning design, drawing, and color theory. Bowers, who was recognized as the 2013 North Carolina Historian of the Year for his efforts in historical preservation, has been painting for his entire adult life. He has studied with several nationally-recognized painters including Ellena Basa and John Seerey-Lester. Bowers’ goal is to save the ever-changing historical North Carolina landscape for future generations through his paintings. Classes will be held on location at public sites around Randolph County. Students will need to furnish their own supplies. The class (#70844) meets from 6-8 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 16Aug. 15. On rainy days, the class will meet in room 122 of the Administration/Education Center on the Asheboro Campus. The cost is $70.55. For more information or to register, call 336-633-0268.

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*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 Ph 336-622-1518 Hours

Liberty Rotary Scholarship Winners Pictured is President Chip Butler and Jamison Daniels.  He was one of the PGA scholarship recipients  this year.  Taylor Martin was the other one...not pictured.  

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

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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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Summer is finally here which can only mean one thing—vacation time! As you are getting ready to head on vacation the last thing on your mind is, “Are my valuables insured properly?” Most people are under the false assumption that as long as they have property coverage that all of their valuables are insured at replacement cost but in all actuality, this isn’t the case. Certain valuables such as firearms and jewelry have a limit defined in the policy. Typically, these limits range from $1,500 to $2,500 depending on your policy. Most policies also have exclusions for simply losing a valuable. Picture this, you’re lying in the sun on your family trip. You decide to take a dip in the water to cool off. You pull your hand out of the water and realize your $6,000 engagement ring is no longer on your finger. A quick call to your insurance provider makes things go from bad to worse when you are told the limit on your policy for non-scheduled jewelry is $1,500.

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Many customers don’t realize that this whole situation could have been avoided by asking for an inland marine policy. Like a typical renter or homeowners policy, your valuables are covered while they are anywhere in the world but an inland marine removes the policy limit and makes it a full replacement cost policy for your scheduled items. Typically, these are inexpensive policy’s and carry no deductible. Most insurance providers don’t require appraisals when the value of one item is less than $10,000. Inland marine policy’s cover a range of valuables anywhere from jewelry, to sporting equipment, firearms, and art. Make sure a call to your agent is the first call you make before you head out this summer!

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Volume 17 Issue 7 July 2019 Liberty Leader Newspaper Kegs, Air 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

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See Website For Vendor TermsShowcases & Conditions! $25 & $35 monthly commission and Vendors are andonly showcase boothw/10% spaces available

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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!

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COBLES PRESSURE WASHING

Lets Us Get Your House Ready And get your house ready for holidays 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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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.

Monday-Friday from 9-5 . Other times by appointment. We look forward to helping you!

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2pm to 6pm

Special Performance By Local Band “OLDSKOOL BAND”

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Ramseur Community 5 Basic Things Everyone Should Know About Their Car Garcia, Hoover receive PTK (StatePoint) Driving can be expensive if you lack basic car-care knowledge or Scholarships proper insurance. Regular maintenance can prevent costly breakdowns and Two Randolph Community College students recently were presented with the annual Waymon C. Martin Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship. Associate in Arts student Carmen Garcia and Medical Assisting student Regina Hoover both received $500 in a ceremony Friday, June 28, in the Student Services Conference Center on the Asheboro Campus. Garcia graduated from high school in 2011, enrolling in RCC in 2016. She is studying Business Administration and hopes to transfer to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, eventually working in Human Resources. “This is going to help a lot,” the mother of three said of the scholarship. “I’m going to be able to get books, and continue my education.” Hoover, a single mother of two, is looking to work in the public health field by going to physician’s assistant school. “It’s great to be acknowledged for all the hard work I’ve put in,” she said. “This is an ‘atta boy.’ ” Both Garcia and Hoover are PTK members. The scholarship was named for Martin, who taught Business Administration at RCC from 2001 until his retirement in 2017 as Department Head for Business Administration. He served as a Phi Theta Kappa advisor from 2002-2017. English/Communication Instructor and PTK Advisor W. Clark Adams introduced Martin, who gave a brief history of the scholarship before presenting the certificates. “I’m happy to be able to offer two scholarships to Miss Garcia and Miss Hoover,” he said. “I appreciate the academic struggles and all the hard work you’ve put in. I’m glad you both are planning on earning your bachelor’s. I hope you continue to be successful academically.”

extend your car’s life, and the right coverage can protect your wallet in the event of an accident. Here are five need-to-know basics:

1. Know car insurance basics. Before getting behind the wheel, know these terms: • Liability. Every state requires you to carry liability insurance, which covers injuries to others or damage to others’ property. You may hear it referred to as Property Damage (PD for short) or Bodily Injury (BI for short). • Collision vs. comprehensive. Collision pays for repairs to your car if you hit another vehicle or crash into an object. Comprehensive covers other incidents. For example, hitting a deer, hailstorm damage, vandalization or theft. • Deductible. This is the amount you’ll pay out-of-pocket for repairs before insurance kicks in. • Endorsement. Sometimes referred to as a “rider,” an endorsement refers to a change or addition to existing coverage. For example, Erie Insurance has an endorsement called ERIE Rate Lock which customers can add to policies so their rates will increase only if they change their policy, drivers, vehicles or their address, even if they file a claim. “Car insurance can be complicated, so we don’t expect drivers to know everything, but we do recommend understanding a few basics,” says Jon Bloom, vice president, personal auto, Erie Insurance. “Working with an insurance agent can help you get the right coverage for you, based on your car and budget.” 2. Read the owner’s manual. Learn the car’s bells and whistles and how often to rotate tires, check belts and hoses and change the oil. Check dashboard warning lights. Red typically indicates your car may be unsafe to drive. Yellow or orange usually means you should get it checked but it’s not urgent. Green generally indicates a feature is working. 3. Check tires monthly. Proper tire pressure promotes good gas mileage and can extend tire life. Reference the sticker found inside the driver’s door for the recommended pressure. Don’t over inflate. Consider learning how to change a tire, a handy skill when assistance isn’t available. 4. Get regular oil changes. Some companies, like GM and Ford, equip vehicles with oil monitors so owners know when to change oil. If you don’t have this feature, reference your owner’s manual. Most manufacturers recommend changing oil between 5,000 and 7,500 miles, while synthetic oils are likely good for 10,000 to 15,000 miles.

CUTLINE: Pictured, left to right, are RCC English/Communication Instructor and PTK Advisor W. Clark Adams, Associate in Arts student Carmen Garcia, Medical Assisting student Regina Hoover, and former Business Administration Department Head and PTK Advisor Waymon C. Martin.

5. Master the jump-start. Usually a car battery needs to be replaced every five years. While a dead battery is never convenient, it’s easy to jump start a car. Attach one red clamp to the positive terminal of the dead battery. The other red clamp goes on the positive terminal of the live battery. The black clamp attaches to the negative terminal of the live battery. The final clamp goes onto an unpainted metal surface on the dead car’s engine block to prevent hazardous sparking. Turn on the live car. Allow the dead car to run for at least a half hour to charge. Always double-check your owner’s manual to be sure your vehicle doesn’t require special jump-starting procedures. By knowing the basics, you can hit the road with confidence.

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