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The Liberty Leader Newspaper

June 2015

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The Liberty Leader

Free Community Paper By The Community And For The Community

Free Monthly Newspaper

June 2015

Volume 12 * Issue 6

Serving Liberty, Staley, Snow Camp, Julian, Climax, Ramseur & Franklinville June 5 Dental Clinic (pg19) 6 VBS (pg9) 12 Free Movie (pg12) 13 Cruise In (pg13) 13-20 Dewey Fest (pg12) 16 Free Movie (pg13) 18 Block Party (pg4) 20 Yard Sale (pg12) 20 Crash Craddock (pg17) 20 Music (pg12) 20 Cruise In (pg13) 25 Free Movie (pg13) 27/28 Open House (pg5) 27 Free Movie (pg13)

July 11 July Celebration 22-25 Camp (pg7) 25 Music (pg12) 27 VBS (pg9) 27 Youth Rally (pg11) 26-29 VBS (pg9) EVERY THURSDAY FREE CLASSES (pg8) Visit Website For Online Calendar Of Events

Megasite Project Update

By Randolph Co Economic Development Twenty-five leaders from Randolph County and Greensboro traveled to Spartanburg on April 17 to visit the BMW plant and to hear from local government, education and economic development officials about the impact of BMW on their community and best practices and lessons experienced along the way. The key message was partnership and teamwork for the good of the community as well as leadership when tough decisions are required. Leadership and commitment from the Governor to local government leaders are essential for success. BMW located in a rural area on a major highway twenty years ago. Today they employ 8,000 workers and have invested $8 billion to create a state-of-the-art automotive assembly operation with 5.6 million square feet. The statewide impact is 37,777 jobs and $16.6 billion in annual economic impact. BMW’s presence has been a catalyst for the location of other companies, both suppliers and those attracted by the area’s business assets. BMW forged strong partnerships with the area community colleges which have aligned curriculum to meet BMW certification requirements. The colleges established a BMW scholars program, a twoyear community college program that includes part-time work and employee benefits for eligible students. They partner with local school systems from elementary to high school to ensure every student graduates ready for a two or four year college. Locally, significant progress has created momentum for the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite. Randolph County Commissioners have purchased 255 acres within the site and have scheduled a public hearing for June 1 to consider additional land purchases. The City of Greensboro is moving forward with preconstruction activities to extend water and sewer to the site including design, permitting, and environmental assessment. A public information meeting is planned for June 18 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Providence Grove High School in Randolph County. Marketing plans are underway with branding, logo, and a website to be launched by mid-July. The Megasite team is working tirelessly to ensure the site is “ready to go” for a major manufacturing employer.

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Liberty July Celebration

Mark your calendar and note all the new features for this years July Celebration on July 11. The festival is bringing back more things for the kids. So kids at 3pm in the Liberty First UMC across from Liberty School we will be lining everyone up for the kids parade. Yes, the kids will kick off the event with a parade around downtown. As you can see from a picture form our 1999 event, bring your bikes, your motorized riding toys, or just walk. Who will have the best getup? Also we are bringing back our great contest for kids. Oh yes, free KIDS ZONE full of games and arts for the kids to express themselves. These are just few things. See you all at the festival. Open to all !!!! In addition we will have two stages with alternating music from live bands. Also we are opening vendors and food to locals first. Lets not forget our fireworks. It is not too late to get in on the fun. This month the visitor website will have more listing of vendors, bands and activities scheduled for the day. Also note the new times, from 3pm to 10pm.

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212 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty

Ph 336-622-2256 Office Ph 336-622-2258 Obit Line

Tyson Nixon, Manager And Staff Serving The Local Community

The Ramseur Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for the Deep River Muddogs Baseball on Saturday, May 23. The Muddogs hosted their first home game that evening with a large turnout of support. Pictured from Left to Right: Linda Wood, Doug Vickers, Bryce Keziah, JC Parrish, John York, Gary Bean, Matt and Brenner Brown, Reggie Allred, Aiden Allred, Ashton Allred, Cristin and Morgan Johnston, Michael Johnston, Alec Allred, Mayor Danny Shaw, Commissioners Robert Kisely and Robert Hesselmeyer.

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Liberty National Day Of Prayer The Liberty Association Of Churches held once again , along with Town Of Liberty, its National Day Of Prayer on Thursday May 7 at the Historic Train Depot. Pastor Randy Hand lead the service. Mayor Terry Caviness gave a proclamation. Prayers were lead by Rev Calvin Stokes, Rev Gordon Fulton, Rev Milton Battle, Rev Nathan Snider and Rev Todd Moore (all local Pastors). Music was provided by the following singers, Don Herdon, Allyson Jones, Wanda Martin and Edwards Grove Baptist Youth Choir. I love seeing a ONE CHURCH activity. Bringing all church types , races and ages into one harmony. I love this about Liberty.

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Coming Soon 2015 Ms. Senior Randolph County Pageant

Randolph Telephone Awards 6 Students with Scholarships

Randolph Telephone selected six local high school seniors to receive $6,000 in College Scholarships. Randolph Telephone’s General Scholarship Program was established for the benefit of its members’ families as a means of encouraging young people in their pursuit of learning and their efforts to improve the lives of themselves, their families, and their communities. “Education is essential to any student’s future and Randolph Telephone is pleased to be able to help students from our community obtain a college education. We consider our Scholarship Program to be an investment in the future growth, development, and wellbeing of our customers’ families and the entire community we serve,” said Frankie Cagle, CEO & General Manager. Randolph Telephone has given more than $97,000 in scholarships since 1995 through its annual scholarship program. This year’s General Scholarship winners are: Katelin Nicole Garner of North Moore High School Colson Grant Hoffman of Southwestern Randolph High School 
 Katie Elizabeth Needham of Eastern Randolph High School 
 Hannah Marie Ross of Randolph Early College High School 
 Annie Blaine Smith of Providence Grove High School 
 Cecily Marie Thompson of Southwestern Randolph High School 
 Randolph Telephone is dedicated to providing the most advanced telecommunications solutions and world- class customer care to its customers. Locally owned and operated, Randolph Telephone is proud of its 60 years of serving our neighbors and communities in Randolph, Alamance, Chatham, Davidson, Guilford, Moore, and Montgomery Counties. 

Old Kinro Building Coming Back To Life The former Kinro building in Liberty is under contract with an existing Randolph County industry which plans to maintain its current facility and add a new production line in the Kinro building. Additional details will be made available in upcoming issues.

June 18 Thursday Liberty Chamber Third Thursday Block Party 7pm to 9pm June’s Theme

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“Celebrating the Grace & Beauty of Timeless Aging” Randolph County Senior Adults Association, Incorporated is excited to host the Ninth Annual Ms. Senior Randolph County Pageant. The 2015 Ms. Senior Randolph County Pageant will be held on August 15, 2015 at 3:00 pm at the historic Sunset Theatre in downtown Asheboro. There will be an informational meeting for those interested or potentially interested in competing in 2015 Ms. Senior Randolph County on Tuesday, June 9th beginning at 3pm at the Sunset Theatre (234 Sunset Avenue, Asheboro, NC). The Ms. Senior Randolph County Pageant is an annual fundraising event. Proceeds from the Ms. Senior Randolph County Pageant help to provide services and programs for Randolph County residents who are 60 years of age and older. The Pageant is sponsored by area businesses and is a search for the graceful older woman that has a combination of talent and inner beauty along with individual fulfillment and elegance. More than a "beauty pageant" it is celebrating a lifelong journey . . . a re-affirmation of life and self-worth, of laughter and tears, of inner beauty and outward charm as well as an opportunity to present a philosophy of life & wisdom that the contestant wishes to share with the generations to follow. The reigning queen will advocate for the needs and issues of the aging population within Randolph County as they perform the duties of ambassador. Ticket prices will be $10 general admission and $8 for seniors age 50 & over and RCSAA members. For more information please contact Geri Welker at 336-625-3389 ext 225 or email at

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What do you want for your 74th BIRTHDAY? Frank Welker wanted to complete a 5K race for his birthday, and so he DID! Frank is a member of the Fitness Classes at Earth Visions. He ran his first 5K race for his 70th birthday, with Earth Visions. Since that time Frank has had several medical events that may have sidelined some folks, but not Frank. He trained wearing a weight vest and kept adding more distance until he got his birthday wish. His wife, Mary met him at the finish line, proud as punch. Wonder what Frank will do for his 75th? Frank and Mary's eight o'clock class at Earth Visions works hard to support each other and cheered Frank toward his goal. Thanks, guys! Congratulations, Frank! Job well done.

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Shiloh UMC Celebrates Their 225 Anniversary By Rick Staton. Shiloh UMC has a vast history in Liberty. In 1790, Hannah Julian, along with her son, Jesse and his wife, Sarah founded the church. The church was built on many beliefs, including welcoming anyone who wanted to worship. In 1829, The Methodist Protestants in the area organized a bible class and named the church, Shiloh. In 1852, the new house of worship was erected. Jesse Julian, Jr. made up a deed for a two acre lot and deeded it to the church. The new church was not painted. In 1861, the church had begun to grow with 75 names on the churches roll. The present house of worship was built in 1906. Before the days of electricity, the church was lit by gasoline lamps. During most of the church’s life, the doors were unlocked. In May 1990, the church celebrated their bicentennial. On May 24 2015, the church celebrated their 225 anniversary. The events included a special message by Bishop Goodpastor, a recognition of the Julian family, Remembrance of the members who have passed away, a cemetery service for those buried there and special music. The celebration ended with a covered dish dinner provided by the church members with the playing of Taps at the closing of the service. Previous Pastors of the church and members of the Julian family attended the service as well. Shiloh UMC has grown abundantly since 1861 with 140 members on their church roll. The church has many ministries within it, including the “Hand to Hand “wish list for kids who can’t afford a backpack and school supplies, Methodist Men and women, etc. Shiloh UMC is a small town church with a big heart for the community. I truly enjoyed my visit with Nancy Brown, the co-historian for the church. If you don’t have a church, I recommend visiting Shiloh UMC.

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Liberty Teen Camp Heads To Caraway In August of 2014, the idea of bringing middle and high school students from different churches and backgrounds together culminated in 'REVERB'. Living up to it's name, the week at Quaker Lake reverberated long after they returned home. Teens from Edward's Grove Missionary Baptist, Freedom Family Church, Mt. Pleasant Baptist, The Hangout of Siler City, and plenty of teens not associated with a congregation all shared an unforgettable time of exciting fellowship, engaging worship, missional service, and impactful teaching. So much so that they began gathering throughout the past year for "Fusion" nights. This July, REVERB returns with a new twist. Happening from July 22nd though July 25th, the teens will be staying at Camp Caraway outside of Asheboro and will spend 4 days exploring the camp, serving the community, and growing in their relationships with God and each other. Along with the zip lines, paint ball, swimming, and other recreational opportunities that come with Caraway; the teens will sing along with High Point worship band 'Not 4 Long' and be biblically challenged and encouraged by nationally renowned Christian speaker Curtis Zackery (known to most of the teens as "CZ"). "The goal has always been accessibility" said 'Reverb' organizer and FFC NextGen Pastor Ben Suggs, "If we can have the quality of a big summer camp experience, but close by and affordable, that would widen the circle and allow more people to be a part of it. We want these teens to see each other at school or around town and, even with different background or family situations, be able to have that camp experience and a love of Jesus that binds them together." Thanks to the generosity of local churches and families, attending Reverb costs an astoundingly low $125 (that includes all food and activities) with scholarships available for those who legitimately can't meet that price point. "We don't want money to be an obstacle." Suggs reiterated. "If they genuinely want to be there, we want to do everything we can to get them to a place to be impacted by what God does every year at camp. It's a 'can't miss' kind of thing!” For more information call 919-548-0350 or email


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Hickory Grove UMC - 10085 Silk Hope -Liberty Road Brings You

Camp Discovery Jesus At Work Through Us Sun July 26 6:15-8:30pm Mon,Tue, Wed July 27-29 Liberty First UMC - 123 N Fayetteville St - Liberty - Brings You

VBS Everest- Conquering Challenges With God’s Mighty Power

Sandy Creek Bakery State-Inspected Home Based Bakery 7027 Sandy Creek Church Rd, Staley

Sat June 6 (register 8-9am) Program From 9am to 4:30pm Closing Ceremony& Hotdogs With Family

Custom made decorated cakes for birthdays, baby showers and other special occasions Photo cakes A variety of homemade pies, cakes, and cookies Call Sandy or Janice At (336)622-2378

Please Call 48 Hours In Advance To Fill Order Manly Monday - $9 Cuts

Amanda’s Salon Highlights & CUT $45 Tintin’ Tuesday - Up to 15 Hi-Lites with a shampoo, cut & Style $25

Waxin Wednesday Specials

Old Timer Thursday- 25% Off Seniors 60+

Freeby Friday - Free Shampoo with A Cut

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More Flexible Hours Call or Come Visit New Location

“Amanda Clark” - Owner/Stylist 1871 NC Hwy 49 N (Next To Ruritan Hut) Ph 622-5887 (KUTS)

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LIBERTY GUEST COTTAGE “Short Stay Accommodations”

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

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

Visit our website for photos and amenities: Follow us on Facebook

Medicare 101 –One-On-One The Readers Digest Condensed Version of Medicare Come to the Asheboro Public Library with your Medicare questions on Thursday, June 11, 2015 from 10:00am – 2:00pm. Randolph County SHIIP Coordinators Margie DiDona and Lisa Alley will be on hand to explain the ins and outs of Medicare or to answer questions may you have about Medicare coverage. Medicare can be very confusing whether you are a new Medicare beneficiary, have had Medicare for years, or are helping a loved one on Medicare, you are bound to have questions! Margie and Lisa, from the Information & Options Counseling Program at Randolph County Senior Adults, are Certified SHIIP Counselors through the NC Department of Insurance’s Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program. You will be able to speak one-on-one with the Coordinators to help you have a better understanding of Medicare and the options and various assistance programs available to Medicare beneficiaries. Those who stop by will receive a folder full of Medicare coverage information and some SHIIP goodies! This event is free and open to the public of any age.

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FREE FANS FOR SENIORS AND THE DISABLED The Randolph County Senior Adults Association has received a limited amount of free 20-inch box fans available to seniors and the disabled on a first come, first served basis who did not receive a free fan last year. Due to the limited amount of fans, those who received one last year will be put on a waiting list. The fans are provided with funds donated by Dominion Resources, Duke Energy Foundation, Duke Energy Progress and Valassis. The Operation Fan Heat Relief Program is administered regionally by the Piedmont Triad Regional Council of Government’s Area Agency on Aging. Fans are available to Randolph County residents, age 60 and over and to the disabled who have an existing home situation that presents a threat to the person’s health and well-being. Seniors and the disabled must provide their name, date of birth, phone number, address and those who are disabled and under 60 must also provide proof of Social Security income or a Medicare card. Fans can be picked up at your local Senior Adult Center: Asheboro-The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC 347 W. Salisbury Street 336-625-3389 or 1-800-252-2899 (Monday – Thursday, 8:30-4:00) Archdale-108 Park Drive -336-431-1938 Liberty-128 S. Fayetteville Street- 336-622-5844 Randleman-144 W. Academy Street-336-498-4332

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Youth Rally at Grace Independent Baptist Church

Saturday, June 27 -7 PM Guest preacher will be Brother Bo Redmon of the Lighthouse Baptist Church of Seagrove. Come join us for this special meeting for youth and bring your whole family and your friends!  There will be a meal following the service.   Pastor Jason Frank (336) 964-5772 4616 Liberty Grove Rd., Liberty, NC


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Looking For A Saturday Church? Try Staley Seventh-day Adventist Church Group

Maintenance Leaf Cleanup Landscape Landscape Lighting Installation General Construction Spraying Home Repair Pressure Washing Property Preservation

500 W Railroad St, Staley (In The Staley UMC) Teachings Of Jesus Study 9:30am Church Service 11:00am Phone 919-200-1986

What a better feeling than to pull up to your house after a long days work , than to see your lawn and landscaped. Customer Testimonial Facebook


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327 Drama Rd, Snow Camp Ph 336-376-6991 Locally Owned & Operated By Bryan & Melodee Wilson

Come Visit Us Soon Hours Wed,Thu, Fri 4:30 to 8:30 Early Bird Special $2 O Buet 4:00 to 5:30 Thu- Fri Sat 11:00 to 8:30/ Sun Noon to 8:00

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Private Parties Welcome Full Catering Service Check Out Millstone Catering Facebook

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How Safe Is Your Dryer? Dryer lint is highly flammable and can ignite at anytime. Call Service Plus Appliance Repair today to set up service call to have your vent cleaned

Service Plus Appliance Repair Sales * Service * Repair

We Service All Major Brands Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers, Range & Refrigerators

Evenings / Weekends *Please Call For Hours* 336-451-1536 / 252-646-4742

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Ya r d S a l e Flea Mall Old House of Treasures & Things 5 rooms packed. Come see what you can find. Hundred's of item. Furniture, books (novels, easy read,craft, & cookbooks), toys, china, lamps, jewelry crafts, collectibles and things we didn't know we had. A Pickers treasure house. Free outside vendors welcomed. We will try to be here each Saturday, from 8-1. Come sell with us. If you have question call, if we are not in leave a message. We will call you back. 336-685-4105 We are only 1 mile from Julian Trading Post. Hope to see on Saturday. You can use 4523 Old Julian Rd. on GPS

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IN DOWNTOWN RAMSEUR AT ROLLER MILL HILL All Shows Saturdays from 6:00pm - 8:00pm Refreshment Available for Purchase

Sponsored by For more information, call 336-824-2030.

May 23 • Nu-Blu

Bluegrass / Americana National Touring Artist Dubbed as “The Fastest Rising Band in Bluegrass!”

June 20 • BigTime

Beach Music The PartyBand for the Party People!

July 25 • Kari & Billy

Acoustic Country Featured on the Outdoor Channel Each Week!

August 22 • Lightnin’ 60s, 70s, 80s Classic Funk, Soul and Rock!

Sept. 12 • Carolina Shine Country Today’s Newest Country with Distinctive NC Flavor!

Thank you to our PLATINUM and GOLD sponsors:

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Pleasant Union United Methodist Church is hosting Friday night at the movies showing “One Hit From Home”, Friday June 12, at 8:00 pm. Movie to be shown at the ball field at the corner of Coble Church Road and NC 62.  Bring a chair or blanket. Free popcorn and drinks to be provided.   Kick off your summer time fun with an outside movie! "One Hit from Home" is an inspirational family film that explores the unpredictability of life, reminding us that through our greatest struggles only faith can bring us home. In case of bad weather the movie will be shown in the fellowship hall at the church. Pleasant Union is located at 5929 Coble Church Road, Liberty NC 27298.  The phone number is 336-685-4093.

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

Ramseur Public Every Hero Has a Story @ Library 1512 Main Street Ramseur, North Carolina 27316

Yard & Craft Sale

At Pleasant Union UMC Date: Saturday, June 20th Time: 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Location: Outdoors, Lower Parking Lot Pleasant Union UMC 5929 Coble Church Rd. Liberty, NC 27298 Tel 336-685-4093 Web site:

Vendor Participation : Call Jewel Sawyer: Tel# 336-685-9152 To reserve your $15 Space Bring your own table/stand Everyone is Welcomed Hot Dogs, Drinks will be served

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Registration held throughout the month June 11- The Queens, 2015 Miss Randolph County: Katie Archer Miss Randolph County Outstanding Teen: Maci Bunting June 18- Ramseur Fire Department/ Smoke House

*June 25- Kali Ferguson, Cultural Educator ( 2:00 PM performance) July 2- Celebrate America with Soldier Heroes Senior Airman, Caleb McMasters July 9- Lego World with Dave Bare July 16- Hometown Heroes- Ramseur Police Department Chief- Larry Lewallen July 23- Stand Tall, Celebrating the Hero Within us with Steve Somers July 30- Everyday Heroes with Melina Simpson

All Programs Held at the Ramseur Municipal Building 724 Liberty Street, Ramseur, NC Thursday Mornings 10:30 AM *Thursday- 2:00 PM Special thanks is extended to our many sponsors and presenters that have given of their time and talents.

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Hot Dog / Bake Sale/Yard Sale Friendly Wesleyan Church 415 S Asheboro St, Liberty June 20 (6:30am - 1pm) Proceeds Go To Building Fund CLOUDY W/CHANCE MEATBALLS 2




Second Saturday June 13

3pm to 8pm

Sat June 20



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RCC Foundation Announces 2015 Presidential Scholars Five outstanding Randolph County high school students have been chosen in a competitive process as Presidential Scholars at Randolph Community College for the 2015-2016 school year. Cole Douglas Monroe of Trinity High School, Lily Marie Burgess of Providence Grove High School, Hannah Denise Freeman of Faith Christian School, Kirsten Faith Stovall of Providence Grove High School, and Polly Savannah Van Ausdall of Trinity High School will receive two-year RCC scholarships through the Presidential Scholars program funded by the Randolph Community College Foundation. High school students from public, private, and home schools throughout Randolph County were invited to apply for the scholarships. Students who met the preliminary requirements were invited to attend a Presidential Scholars Day at RCC on March 3, where they learned more about the College and were interviewed by a committee of faculty and staff members. Finalists were chosen and invited back for a second interview with RCC President Robert Shackleford Jr., who made the final choice of five recipients. Students’ academic records and extracurricular/community activities weighed heavily in the selection of recipients, as did the interviews. *Lily Burgess of Climax intends to pursue a College Transfer degree at RCC. She served as her school’s vice president with the Student Government Association and served on the principal’s advisory team. She was a member of the Beta Club and was the editor for the senior yearbook. She was also co-leader of the school’s pep squad and was a basketball player for Providence Grove. *Hannah Freeman of Asheboro has dreams of being an interior designer and will enroll in RCC’s Interior Design program. She was a member of the National Honor Society at Faith Christian and played volleyball, serving as team captain. She has volunteered as a computer technician at Pleasant Ridge Christian Church and also served in the school’s community service program. *Kirsten Stovall lives in Liberty and plans to pursue a College Transfer degree with intent to go into business or accounting. She was a cheerleader for one year and was inducted into the Beta Club. She was also a member of the Tri-M Music Honors Society at her high school and participated in musical theater. RCC Presidential Scholars receive a $2,500 scholarship for their first year of study ($1,250 for fall and $1,250 for spring) that is renewable for their second year of study. The students have the opportunity to participate in RCC’s prestigious Student Leadership Academy, serve as Ambassadors for the College, and meet regularly with President Shackleford. The RCC Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides a margin of excellence for Randolph Community College by building a strong relationship with the local community, acquiring and managing contributions, and funding activities that support the College. Pictured Below: Randolph Community College 2015 Presidential Scholars, shown here with RCC President Robert Shackleford (sitting center), are (left to right) Cole Monroe of Trinity, Lily Burgess of Climax, Hannah Freeman of Asheboro, Kirsten Stovall of Liberty, and Polly Van Ausdall of Trinity.

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DOGWOOD BISTRO 766 S Greensboro St, Liberty 336.795.1021 Tuesday thru Thursday 11a-9p Friday and Saturday 11a-10p Grow local. Buy local. Eat local.

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Liberty Chamber of Commerce Barn Quilt Raffle The Liberty Chamber of Commerce will be raffling off a Barn Quilt during the July Celebration on Saturday July 11th. The Patriotic themed Barn Quilt will be created by Liberty's own Rhonda Murrary, of Liberty Hardware. Rhonda has been a long time supporter of the July Celebration has graciously given her time and talent to paint the Red, White and Blue Barn Quilt. The 3x3 wooden quilt has a value of $150. The Barn Quilt will be on display at the Information Booth during the July Celebration. The Chamber will sell raffle tickets for $1.00 each. Pre-Sales will be available. Contact the chamber if interested. or 336-622-4937. Below is just an example of quilt for now. We do not have a current picture of artwork in process.

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RC Computers

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Virus Removal Custom Built & Used Computer Sales

May Birthdays: Ruby Isom, Lillian O’Brian, Carol Brewer, and Etta Brady

April Birthday Clima Moffitt

Watch Battery Replacement Repair Smart Phones (Screen Replacement) Buy Gold / Silver/ Coins Beverly Hillbillies of Liberty: Linda Fortune, Kaffy Reynolds, Nellie Patterson, Virginia Fogelman, and Barbara Emery

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Same Day Or Next Day Turnaround

Mother Day: Ruby Isom the oldest Mother at the Liberty Senior Center

Janice Lineberry the youngest Mother , 63.

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Clima Moffitt Mother will the most children, 4

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And Ellen Lineberry also had 4 children

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June 2015 Questions answered at Patterson Cottage Open House

              On what date did the temperature in Liberty reportedly hit 128 degrees, causing a local store owner’s thermometer to explode?             What local Liberty businessman not only operated a skating rink downtown but also played in the band Rock-a-Tones?             What Liberty doctor operated a furniture manufacturing company, bottled a “liver cure” and still found time to practice medicine?             What future Liberty mayor billed himself as a “salesman” at age 15, later selling ice cream he suggested to “give to the little one, boys and girls, all they can eat. It makes their cheeks rosy, never hurts or injures in any way.”             What Liberty “mall” flourished in the 1950’s, featuring a hardware, Pontiac and Massey Ferguson dealerships, café, grocery, barbeque pit, gas, tires, motel rooms and bowling alley?             What was Liberty’s first industry?             Why was the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley railroad routed through Liberty when it was slated to follow Highway 22 to what is now Climax?             Who patented and sold the Liberty Poultry Roost system in 1914, promising that it would “free your chickens from lice, mites and all kinds of vermin”?             What house still standing on Fayetteville Street was hit by lightning in 1899, knocking down the mantle and barely missing the baby?             What benefit did the town of Liberty gain from the disastrous fire of 1926?             What courses did Liberty Normal College offer?             Find out the answers to these and other questions you might have on the history of Liberty at the Patterson Cottage Museum open house, Saturday June 20 from 11-2:00. Bring your stories, photos and artifacts. Time is history’s greatest enemy and these stories and pictures of Liberty’s history are quickly disappearing. Help the Patterson Cottage preserve our heritage.             For additional information call Warren Dixon at 622-2731.

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Liberty Showcase Has New Owners Want to let everyone know that Liberty Showcase has new owners as of today. We welcome Dewey & Leslie Brown. Some may remember or know Dewey. When Chad Gaines began playing at the theatre many years ago, Dewey played fiddle for Chad. He left Chad to play for world known artist Ralph Stanley and still plays for Stanley now. All of the "big" shows listed under events will still be held. Help us welcome Dewey & Leslie!!!!


SAT JUNE 20 @ 7PM BILLY “CRASH” CRADDOCK “CRASH” Craddock is one of the most exciting entertainers in country music today. Best known as “Country Rock” hit likes, Rub It In, Know Three Times, Ruby Ruby, I Just Had You On My Mind

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We carry chains for all brands of chainsaws & wide selection of bars for saws. Spring is here! There is still time to have your mower serviced. For the do-it-yourselfers, we carry a large selection of parts, including lawn mower blades and belts. We have new lower prices on many maintenance items for the 2015 year. 2530 NC Hwy 49 N. Ramseur, NC 27316 (336) 622-0389

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Silk Hope Ruritan Club’s BENEFIT BINGO - Thursday April 16th - Time for BINGO - at the Silk Hope Community Center. Over $1,100.00 in prizes!!! Benefit BINGO donates proceeds to student scholarships, school requests and other community needs. Please come out and help support these worthy causes. New incentive program this year. If you bring a first time player (first time playing in Silk Hope) we will give you a extra game pack free. Your choice of early session or regular session. Old incentive program continues. During your birthday month we will give you an extra game pack free. Your choice of early session or regular session. Silk Hope Benefit BINGO, on Thursday, April 16th, enjoy the fun! At the Silk Hope Community Center on the 1st, 3rd, & 5th Thursday of every Month! Doors Open- 5:30 pm Early Games- 6:30 pm Regular Games - 7:15 pm Food, Drinks, Desserts, Homemade Ice Cream yummy!!! 2015 BINGO Dates June 4 & 18 July 16 & 30 August 6 & 20 September 3 & 17 October1, 15 & 29 November 5 & 19 June 4 & 18 December 3 & 17 We look forward to seeing you this Thursday!!! Thank you,Silk Hope Ruritan Club Benefit Bingo Committee

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• 3 bedroom, one bath with detached double garage in liberty on large city lot, $79,500. • 3 bedroom, 1 ½ bath in Liberty; way below tax value; selling at $55,000. • 3.17 acres, two story barn, well and septic system on Silk Hope-Liberty Rd.,37,500.00 • 1.45 acre lot on liberty Grove Church Rd. Site built home only,$25,000.00 • 2 bedroom, one bath small cottage on 4 acres, Alamance Co.,$50,000.00 • 30+ acres much road frontage on NC Hwy. 49 at Liberty city limits. REDUCED to $5,000.00 per acre as a whole parcel. • 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.

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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

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We offer residential services on all makes and models of equipment from gas, oil, electric and heat pumps. We also service mobile homes. We offer maintenance contracts for preventive maintenance.


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Liberty South Eastern Karate Liberty NC South Eastern Karate - Summer Special! I'm running a special for this Summer from June 1st through August 31st. FREE Month of training! Pay for 1 month and get 1 month free. I have always worked hard to maintain low monthly prices at our school. Martial arts are meant to help people be all they can be...physically, mentally and emotionally. Traditional training is about way, way more than just fighting. Physical ability is easily trumped by mental skills...but put them together and you can defend against even the worst situation. That is our way of teaching. Who are we? - South Eastern Karate of Liberty has been teaching locally for nearly 18 years. We have guided many, many students on the journey from beginner to Black belt (and beyond). I have been training and teaching Moo Duk Kwan Style Tae Kwon Do since the late 70's. I was in law enforcement for around 20 years and emphasize selfdefense in our curriculum. Tournament style is fine...but not the emphasis of our school. True martial arts skill can only come through hard work, respect and perseverance. Short cuts do not exist if you truly want to achieve your best. One month free if you sign up during June, July or August! Our dues are already inexpensive at $45 per month....sign up now and get two months for the same price. Our school is located at 120 West Starmount Ave. in Liberty...near Liberty Elementary School. Read more about us... Liberty is a branch of the main school in Siler City under Master Instructor Peggy Jolly.Feel free to drop by and watch classes...questions are welcome! Classes on Monday and Thursday nights 7 until 8:30. Ages 7 to adult are welcome! Contact me at 919-548-5689 or by email at .

Shout Out To Local Boy Scout Troop 502 For Constructing Shelves in the Liberty Assoc Of Churches Food Bank

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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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