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Liberty Leader Newspaper Red, White and You Contes Let's show our spirit for our country in Liberty, NC Between Now and June 25 let's get our Red, White and Blue Out.

Contest for Residential and Business Decorate Your Place Of Business and Home Winner In Both Residential and Busines 1st Place $50 Cash Prize 2nd Place $2

Judging To Be Done Saturday June 2 To enter drop your name, address, and phone number To email libertynewspaper@aol.com o Text to 336-404-979 Deadline For Submission is Noon Friday June 2 Winners To Be In July Newspape (**Must Be In The 27298 Area Only**

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Cool Car Tip On AC Most all vehicles have a recirculation button with the AC controls in their cars. But many of us are unsure when to use it. Well, the easy answer is to use it in the summer and turn it off in the winter. The recirculation button simply takes the air from inside the car and recirculates it in the cabin instead of pulling fresh air from outside. On days like today when it is miserably hot outside, if you do not recirculate the cooler air in the cabin, than your AC system is pulling hot air from outside and trying to cool it. Using the recirculation feature will get your car cooler and will decrease the wear and tear on your AC system. - Side note, if your car has been baking in the sun, its better to roll the windows down and turn recirculate off for the rst minute or so to get rid of the super hot air inside the car before turning the recirculate on. Also, any time you are stuck in traf c ( summer or winter) be sure to use the recirculate. If you are pulling air from outside, then you are pulling in all the pollutants and carbon monoxide from all the traf c. Studies show that recirculating your AC can cut down on the pollutants entering your vehicle by 20% when stuck in traf c!

TOWN OF LIBERTY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL BOARD PUBLIC HEARING The Proposed Budget for the Town of Liberty Alcoholic Beverage Control Board has been presented to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and the Town Board of Commissioners and is available for inspection in the General Manager’s of ce at the Liberty ABC Store, 423 W Swannanoa Avenue from 11:00 am until 7:00 pm each weekday. Interested parties may call (336)622-3311 to speak with the General Manager, Tammy Moore or the Finance Of cer, Faye Ward A public hearing will be held on the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 6:00pm at the Liberty Town Hall, Council Chamber, 239 S Fayetteville Street, Liberty, North Carolina Citizens are invited to submit written or oral comments Tammy B Moore General Manager

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Eastern Randolph Farmers Market: Each Saturday from May-August from 9-2pm Vintage Market @ The Orchard: June 5th (9-5pm) Summer Outdoor Market: June 12th (9-3pm) Char-Mar Alpaca Farm Visits: June 19th (10-1pm) Orchard Waterfront Concert - Just3 Jazz: June 19th (6-9pm) Father's Day Picnic: June 20th (12-3pm) Summer Outdoor Market: June 26th (9-3pm) Summer Outdoor Market: July 10th (9-3pm) Char-Mar Alpaca Farm Visits: July 17th (10-1pm) Fishing Tournament: July 17th (9-12pm) Orchard Waterfront Concert - Musical Roundtable: July 17th (6-9pm) Summer Outdoor Market: July 24th (9-3pm) Summer Outdoor Market: August 7th (9-3pm) Classic Car Show: August 14th (9-2pm) Char-Mar Alpaca Farm Visits: August 21st 10-1pm) Orchard Waterfront Concert: August 21st (6-9pm) Summer Outdoor Market: August 28th (9-3pm)

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Cut-N-U Hair Salon

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Nail Technician (Pedicures, Manicures Jeanna Is Back Full Time Cell (336-669-0900

4768 NC 49,Liberty NC.

Come Check Out Our New Location

Most of you know Jenna Lee Bruscino has been battling breast cancer. She is one of our own here in Liberty, a mom to 2 young boys, wife to a devoted re ghter and a beautiful young woman who has been faced with a battle that no one should have to go through. Having cancer is, has always been and will always be a very scary thing to go through but having to do it during a pandemic adds lots of extra stress to cancer patients. Working at the cancer center I see it, I hear it. You have to come alone to your treatments. Sometimes that means sitting all day long, alone and scared. It means being afraid of getting sick and doing everything you can to prevent it because you don’t know what Covid would do to your body while it’s also trying to ght cancer. Aside from the pandemic, Having to help your kids understand why mommy is losing her hair, could you imagine? Worrying about where the money will come from for your next treatment and how long it’s going to take to pay for everything when only one person in the household can work. There is so much more I could list. When someone has cancer they go through more than most people could imagine. We have a chance to come together as a community and help this family! fi

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Capris Pizza Lunch Special 11am - 3pm Monday-Sunday $6.9 Any 8” Sub W/ Fries & Drin $5.9 Single Cheeseburger W/ Fries & Drink $5.9 2 Slices - 1 Topping Pizza & Drink $5.9 2 Chicken Tender W/ Fries & Drin

$8.9 Any Small Stromboli & Drink $6.9 Any Salad & Drink $8.9 Pasta, Side Salad, & Garlic Bread

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Teague's Farm & Marke 8912 Pleasant Hill Church Rd Snow Camp, NC 27349

7103 Sandy Creek Church Roa Staley, NC 2735 This summer, once per month in June, July and August, there will be a Sunday night of summer fun for children, kindergarten through fth grade. Invite a friend and join in the fun Summer Fun # June 2 from 5pm until 7p Summer Fun # July 1 from 5pm until 7p Summer Fun # August 1 from 5pm until 7p

(336) 376-6660

Come by for all your spring time needs • Flower • Mulc • Gardening Tool • Bug Killer • $12 plus tax 20lb grill tank re ll

VBS Knights of North Castle

Saturday, June 26 9-2 Julian United Methodist Church Legos, Cooking, Crafts, Games Call 704-619-0875 Pastor Melissa to register !

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Hometown Nutrition 112 W Swannanoa Ave, Libert Health Food Store Ph 336-795-001 Hometown Nutrition is a team of local Health and Wellness coaches who want to see our community get healthy while having fun! We have experienced weight loss, improved feeling of well being, and increased energy and want to share it all with you!

Mon to Frid 7am to 6pm

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"We've moved" Check out our new locatio at 5546 NC Hwy 49 Customer Appreciation Day & Ribbon Cuttin Ceremony that will take place on 6/11/21 from 11am-3pm

Goodman package unit, heat pump system or gas furnace, AC and coil with 10-year warranty. * *up

to 3-ton, includes equipment pad, all reconnection components and 1-year maintenance plan.

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Hot Dog picnic by Smokehouse Bistr Learn about: Indoor Air Quality Is what I'm breathing making me sick Register to win: Biological Pan Treatment ($59 value), Advantage Pla Membership ($159 value), Honeywell T6 Programable Thermostat wit Installation ($287 value Give-a-way Local goods provided by: Kettle Corn, Hometown Nutrition, Homeland Creamer Ice Crea Kids Bounce House provided by Kicks & Giggles

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173 South Martin St., two bed/two bath with double attached garage on city lot, replacement windows, gas pack with central cooling. $127,500.0 • Chinese Restaurant

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1008 NC 62 East Climax, NC 27233 Hours: 8 to 4 Mon to Thur Call for an James Little, MD appointment

Welcoming New

Patients Of All Ages!

Ph 674-8237

1008 NC-62, Climax, NC

Extended Hours Monday - Wednesday 8am-5p Thursday 8am-4pm

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New Items • • • • • • • •

Lunch Special 11am - 3p Mon.-Fri

Hibachi Plate Chicken Fajitas Shrimp Fajitas Mix Fajita Flounde Groupe Salmo Fried Chicken

Any Sandwich, Any Burger or Clubs Combo French Fry and Drink $6.9 No Substitute

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

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

Community Area Ride Service

Call Dispatcher At 336-622-5774 Mon-Fri 8am-5p George D. Cockman Jr Owner

Licensed Plumber Free Estimates

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Back Flow Certi ed Certi ed Pump Installer Water Heaters Commercial/ Residential

You Know What Day It Is.

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

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

4436 Country Ridge Road

Liberty, NC. 27298

Call Or Text 919-498-4703

LARRY’S SMALL ENGINE Servicing most brands of:

Riding & Push Mowers

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Chain Saws & Hedge Trimmers

And other related items

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Grays Chapel Church is having a Local Missions Fundraiser on Saturday, June 12. We will be having a Silent Auction, outdoor music featuring Patti and the Pickers, and a Hot Dog Meal. The auction preview begins a 4 PM. Entertainment and food start at 4:30 PM. Mark your calendars! If you would like to donate to our Silent Auction, please contact the church. The info is on the yer.

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South Eastern Karate Association 114 W. Swannanoa Ave, Liberty, NC (3rd Floor) Classes will be taught by 3rd Degree Black Belt Kim Garrett under the auspices of Master Instructor Peggy Jolly 7th Dan who trained under Master Young Yu of Greensboro. Serving Liberty For Over 25 Year Ages 5 to Adult Starting New Students Any Time & Any Ag $45 per month (family discounts No Hidden Fees or Contracts Require

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Mount Pleasant Baptist Church 7103 Sandy Creek Church Roa Staley, NC 2735

From our Pastor . . June 202 Thank you all for continuing to be a blessing to the church. We are slowly moving back inside and starting more activities. God has blessed us and we should take a moment to give Him praise and thanks for the blessings We are wrapping up the sermon series on the Beatitudes and will begin to look at the rest of the Sermon on the Mount soon. As we nish the Beatitudes, I ask that you go back and read each one and think about how God wants to move in your life and change you from the inside out. To help I’ve put a prayer below that will guide you through praying the Beatitudes in your life. I hope that you will begin praying this prayer each day and see how God works in and changes your life Matthew 5:3-10 (NIV 3 “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven 4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted 5 Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth 6 Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be lled 7 Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy 8 Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God 9 Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God 10 Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven Beatitudes Praye Father, show me my sins so that I may come before you as a beggar, poor in spirit, and without help except for you. As you show me my sins, help me to mourn over them, repent, and seek forgiveness for them. Help me to be meek and serve you and not the world. Help me to have a humble attitude and remove my pride. Help me to have a hunger and thirst for you and your word Father. Give me a hunger and thirst that can only be lled by you. As you ll me with your word and love, help me to be merciful to those around me by showing them your love and mercy. Remind me of my need for you and your righteousness and help me to be reminded that only you can give me a pure heart. As you cleanse my heart, help me be a peacemaker by sharing Jesus Christ with others so that they may have His peace in their hearts. When the persecution comes, help me lean on you and keep my faith in trust in you. Help me to never fear and to always be a truth teller not a compromiser. In Jesus name I pray, AMEN.--Pastor Jimm

Opportunities for Worshi Sundays Worship at 10am (parking lot, sanctuary, Facebook Live) with Children’s Worship

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Never thought about this before I have always thought that Noah was safe inside the Ark because he built it according to God's speci cations. I thought that perhaps it was the strength of the gopher wood and the soundness of the architecture that ensured that the waters of the ood would not come into the Ark But today I encountered a verse that shifted this whole paradigm Let's read what Gen 7:16 says .." The animals going in were male and female of every living thing as God had commanded Noah. THEN GOD SHUT HIM IN... Don't miss this.... even after Noah had built the Ark, it was God Himself who shut him in, in order to shut out the waters of the ood... In other translations this verse says "The Lord sealed them inside. May the Almighty God seal us inside His Ark of protection through this last 7 months of 2021 It is not the fact that you have locked your house that keeps you safe at night, it is not your good driving skills that keeps you safe on the road, neither it's your healthy eating habits that keeps you healthy - only God can shut you in and shut out the devil that is seeking to devour you Father we pray that in this last 7 months of 2021 as we walk into the streets and as we drive on the roads, Oh God shut us in. Father we pray for our children that in the midst of dangers and molesters... You will shut them in, keep out the ood waters of abuse, rape, murder, accidents, diseases and untimely death... Oh God shut us in, shut us in your Ark of protection , into your Ark of compassion. May GOD SHUT US IN AS WE OBEY HIM AND TRUST IN HIS WORD. Amen!

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Gwen Taylor - Owner / Preparer 728 S Greensboro St, Liberty Ph 336-622-5722

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Awesome Finds 129 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty, NC 2729 Wednesday.-Fri. 11am-5p Saturday 10am-3pm

Phone: (336) 622-6223

Happy Father’s Day Mens Shirts $2 eac

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Ramseur Food Pantry

919-799-7770 info@hardinllc.com http://hardinllc.com/

Weekday Hours Monday: 11am-1p Tuesday:5pm-7p Wednesday:11am-1p Thursday: Closed Friday:11am-1pm

724 Liberty St, Ramseur, NC 27316 In the town hall buildin

$9.99 First month specials on all sizes, limited time. Lights in all units

Let loose your inner artist! The Liberty Arts Guild, a new local group, has formed to bring arts to our community. All arts disciplines will be represented including ne arts, ne crafts, public art, theater, and photography, through classes, shows, and exhibits.

113 W. Starmount Ave $300.00 month

We will meet at 7:00pm on June 16 at First United Methodist Church, 123 N. Fayetteville St., Liberty, 27298. Bring your artistic ideas and dreams and participate in furthering arts interest in our community. For more information, call 336-622-4894 (Sandra Martin)

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June Events Thursday 3th - Patrick Harriso Friday 4th - Vessa & TBon Saturday 5th - Rod Brad Thursday 10th - Loach & Lin Friday 11th - Whiskey Pine Saturday 12th - Open Nigh Thursday 17th - Patty and the Picker Friday 18th - Dylan Branso Saturday 19th - Patrick Harriso Thursday 24th - Looch & Link Friday 25th - Vessa Boogi Saturday 26th - Warren Phillips New Hours Thursday - Saturda 4pm - 10p

Ole Hickory Smokehous          Our Country has changed it's course. Small business

owners are struggling like never before. Not to stay a oat from a lack of great customers but at the hands of a government making it possible for everyday people to not need to work. Middle Class Americans are the strong point of our country. Blue-collar workers are what keeps America moving ahead, keeps prices stable and maintains the ow of products and goods we all use daily both at home and in our small businesses. Unfortunately, our community business windows and billboards that were plastered with daily specials have been replace with HELP WANTED signs. Our economy seems to be stable because of the in ux of government assistance yet government assistance has provided most middle class Americans with a replacement check that no longer requires a 40 hour commitment. Payroll Protection Loans and Grants have made it possible for struggling business to stay open but at what expense? There's limited employees available to operate those businesses and the loans and grants are speci cally designed to cover mostly payroll which is the one thing most businesses are struggling to ll. Ole Hickory Smokehouse began construction Pre-Covid19 and was consumed by Covid19 in March 2020 and was not able to open until July 1, 2020. We operated with our own personal funding and Ole Hickory has yet been able to qualify for any PPP or Government Grants. Our staff has been working endless hours to maintain the integrity of our expected service. We pride ourself on providing a unique version of a popular American product in the Smoked Meats and BBQ world and with protein (meat) prices nearly doubling in cost over the last 30 days, we have dreaded the possibility that we may have to raise our prices just to break even. We have managed to spread the pro ts and losses out over 5 days a week just to maintain our place in a small town atmosphere but with the lack of employees and rising food cost, we must trim the days that are losses and focus on the days that allow us to continue providing those unique products and the exceptional service you have all come to expect. Effective immediately, Ole Hickory Smokehouse will operate Thursday - Saturday from 4pm - 10pm. We will continue to provide our full menu along with some newly added features as well. We will be bringing to the dinner menu some of our popular lunch menu items such as salads and burgers. We will continue to provide live entertainment every night and we will expand our catering services. We hope to see all of you during these modi ed hours and we certainly look forward to serving you. Thank you for all of your support. For questions or concerns, please contact James Bishop directly at jamesbishop@triad.rr.com or call or text at (336)337-6513

NEW HOUR Sun & Mon Closed Tuesday 4pm-9p Wednesday 4pm-9p Thursday 4pm-9p Friday 4pm-10p Saturday 4pm-10pm

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Thanks For All Your Support

Sincerely James & Kimberl

Holiday Closing: June 27th - July 7t

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Most people go to their doctor for an annual physical examination. That usually entails going a week in advance to get blood drawn for their lab work. Then, at the actual visit to the doctor, the results are shared. Usually your Doctor, their Nurse Practitioner or perhaps the Physician’s Assistant will explain to you that everything is ne. Or they may say that you will need to watch your diet for too much sugar or fat. You are relieved and happy to hear that you won’t need medication; then the visit continues with your blood pressure check, questions or exam. But our interest today is on your Lab Work and the valuable information that it contains. What does it mean when they say, “Everything is ne”? Well it can mean that the ranges of the items for which you have been tested are in the expected range for your gender and age group. But what do you really know? Are you aware that nearly every system in your body is tested in the Blood Chemistry and CBC test? It is the most common annual test. The letters CBC stand for Complete Blood Count, which looks at each type of cell for size, shape, number and viability. Every single number for every single test means something important about your health What does ‘range’ mean? It means that if your numbers fall between the high and low number in the range, then you are considered ok. If your numbers are higher or lower, then it needs to be known why that would be happening. But let’s look at it this way…someone once told me to imagine that you have left your dog with a sitter. Your instructions to the sitter were this, “the dog can go anywhere it wants to go from your house to the edge of the road, but no further”. So you call about your dog. The sitter says, “oh, it’s ne, it is between the house and the road”. Would you say, “oh the dog is ne”? You do not know if it is sitting on the porch or if it has one paw raised over the pavement. And so it is with your Lab Work, you do not know if you are at the lower end/higher end; one of which may be getting very close to ‘not good’. You may have a chance to nip something in the bud, if you knew that you were getting into trouble. You would have time to turn something around, before it was much more dif cult to do so. Let’s look at the Blood Serum Glucose Test, the level of ‘sugar’ in the blood. Conventional Range is 65-115 mg/dl. If you knew your number, you would know exactly where you stood, between these numbers (on the porch at perhaps 69 or at the street with perhaps 114!). There are many reasons for your numbers to be wherever they are, but if you knew to ask or to look it up online to help yourself, it would be a great start There are liver markers, kidney markers, and tests for protein and iron and minerals and vitamins. You could really have a handle on your health if you knew these things about yourself. Another tool, available to you, would be to compare your numbers, year to year. Once I was looking over my father’s lab work, while he was in the rehab center. I noticed that the kidney function numbers had decreased by several points, in just a few weeks! Yikes! When it was pointed out to the doctor, it was resolved that there was an incorrect number listed on one of the results. Whew! But that is what I mean. What if you noticed that your kidney function was changing years before any red ag would go up on the lab work ranges? You could then take steps to stop the slow slide toward a worse outcome. Yes, this is very important for us all. What if you noticed something about any of your body systems, while there was time to correct it? ALWAYS keep the copy of your lab work. Look up what each thing means online. It is all available online. Then you can have the tests to compare year to year. You may nd that some of the terms sound complicated or foreign. At least you will be able to see if there are any questions you would like to call to ask the nurse or doctor. There are other reasons that our doctors do not explain these lab results. They, of course, are short on time. But many of these tests are only red ags when compared to each other. If you are high on one thing and low on another, that means one issue. If you are vice versa on those same items, it will mean some other issue is at hand. So, you can see how long it could take to sort it all out. But, at least you may be able to see your numbers and know exactly where you stand, instead of just learning that things are ‘ ne’. How ne and how not ne you actually are, will show in YOUR speci c test numbers. Good luck in nding whether you are on the porch, safely in the middle of the yard, or nearly in the traf c! Good to spend time with you all. Please share any comments or questions with us at bitsnpiecesliberty@gmail.com We would love to have your ideas for sharing.

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New Trail Guide

Franklinville Section | Deep River State Trai Western Trailhead: 1306 Andrew Hunter Dr, Franklinville, NC Mid: 163 W Main St, Franklinville, NC 27248 Eastern Trailhead: 435 Rising Sun Way, Franklinville, NC 2724

The Faith Rock Trail over the Deep River (left) and the quarter-mile Pisgah Covered Bridge Trail are showcased. The guide provides maps, highlights, and dif culty ratings for 19 trails comprising 30 miles of hiking. The Randolph County Trail Guide, compiled by Piedmont Legacy Trails, is designed for use on digital devices, and can be printed: https:// www.piedmonttrails.org/trails-near-asheboro/

Sandwiched between the charming small town of Franklinville and the Deep River, the 1.75 mile Deep River State Trail leads

Volume 19 Issue 6 Freedom Par 800 Hamilton Dr, Liberty, NC 27298 Freedom Park has a 0.5 mile loop with a ne gravel surface that winds through the woods around the Park’s facilities which include baseball and soccer elds, tennis, basketball and volley ball courts, playground, picnic shelters and restrooms. Lush green elds and plenty of amenities make this spot great for the family

you down a repurposed rail line through Riverside Park, past an old textile factory, and into a peaceful forest. The trail ends at Sandy Creek, where eventually a bridge will connect this section of trail to Ramseur just down the way. You can access this trail from 3 different places to park.

Paul Henry Smith Par W. Dameron Ave, Liberty, NC 27298 From the North Carolina Zoo to the Birkhead Mountain Wilderness and the beautiful places beyond, Randolph County is the perfect place to get outside. With over 30 miles of trails, adventures abound in

this active community with a commitment to improving the quality of life of its citizens. Scroll through and you’ll nd the complete list of all 19 trails in the county. For information on community events and guided hikes visit the Healthy Communities Randolph County website

Faith Rock Trai 1306 Andrew Hunter Rd, Franklinville, NC

This pocket park features a newly renovated 0.25 mile crushed gravel path around the Park’s ball- eld, basketball court, playground, and picnic shelter with restrooms. It’s the perfect spot to track your mileage with fours loops equaling a mile

Particularly lovely at sunrise and sunset, this 0.74 mile natural surface trail takes you to the top of a 50 foot blue stone outcrop as it juts into the Deep River. Thankfully its beauty will always be here as the preserve is protected in perpetuity by Piedmont

From the trailhead at the address above, cross the historic bridge and follow the trail through woods with beautiful views of Deep River to the top of Faith Rock, a natural heritage site with rare plants. Land Conservancy.

Get to know the signi cant natural and historical features found in the heart of North Carolina by exploring the Deep River State Trail. It was designated as an of cial State Trail in 2007 by the NC General Assembly as both a hiking and paddle trail. With 5 miles of trail currently on the ground (and many more planned) this is a gorgeous area to explore. A known home of Great Blue Herons, River Otters, and Osprey, be on the lookout for wildlife along your journey! Check out the details on the different segments below: Randleman, Franklinville, and Ramseur. 

Randleman Section | Deep River State Trai 117 Presnell St, Randleman, NC 27317 Ramseur Section | Deep River State Trai Eastern Trailhead:728 Liberty St, Ramseur, NC 2731 Western Trailhead: 5960 US 64, Ramseur, NC 27316

Phenomenally at and shaded, the Deep River State Trail in Ramseur, also know as the Ramseur Rail Trail, is a great spot to visit when it heats up. There are two sections of trail here separated by the currently impassable Harlan Creek. A bridge is planned to join the two sections in the future. See our map for more information on parking. The ne gravel trail on both sides goes through hardwood forest with glimpses of Deep River. The eastern section features a dam and the remaining footprint of the old Columbia Manufacturing Co. cotton mill, rst built in 1850 l

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Introducing the Pastor of St. Stephen AME Church 705 S Kirkman Street Liberty, Nc. 2729 (336) 622-3722 Born on Nov. 3rd, 1996, Rev. Denzel Goodlin is a native of Woodbridge, VA and the son of Martin and Matilda Goodlin. Denzel is a 2019 magna cum laude graduate of North Carolina Central University with a Bachelor of Social Work degree. During his tenure at North Carolina Central University, Denzel was named the 2016 Tom Joyner Hercules Foundation Scholar, The 2017 HBCU All-Star Ambassador, The 2018 Brother of the Year for the Association of North Carolina Alphamen, and The 2019 HBCU Male Student of the Year by HBCU Digest. He currently serves as the Chaplain for the Yale Black Seminarians and is a Resolve c Issues member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. He is a 3rd year MasterSpeci of Divinity student at Yale Divinity School with an interest in ethics and black liberation. Denzel currently serves as the pastor of St. Stephen AME Church in Liberty, NC. He is also engaged to Ms. Adeola Busuyi. Denzel loves to cook, watch Marvel films, and eat! But more than that, he is excited to be a part of the Liberty community!

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When Randolph County announced that they would not allow the schools to have prom I immediately messaged Krystle Turner and told her the situation and asked if she had any available dates to host the prom there and what the fees would be. She came back with May 8 and that we could have it at The Roost for free! So Lisa Grif th and I got together with a couple of moms and planned the prom. We sold tickets for $20 and sold almost 200 and that have us enough money to pay for a DJ, a photo booth, decorations, and some of the food. Parents donated drinks and food also. Krystle Turner and Amber Hardin did all the decorating and owers. The theme was Golden Gala and the senior class voted on that. — Nicole Collins

Your Wellness Experience Coach Shannon Foster May is coming to an end and this time of year is a great time to eat healthy. One way to do that is to hit a farmer’s market. In addition to nding fresh fruits and vegetables, it’s also a great way to support your local economy Plus, fruits and veggies cost less when they are in season. They can also be more avorful since they’re not being loaded with preservatives and have naturally ripened Here are a few items to look for right now Ve g e t a b l e s : a r t i c h o k e s , asparagus, broccoli, okra and pea Fruits: apricots, blackberries, blueberries, cherries, mangoes and strawberrie So what’s your favorite from the list? Mine is strawberries

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Planning pays in retirement Personal savings are key to living comfortably Michael doesn’t see himself living on the beach when he retires, but he’d like to vacation there with his wife. He worries he isn’t saving enough in the 401(k) account he has at work, but he isn’t sure what more he can manage with two kids, a mortgage and credit cards. Michael faces two dilemmas: Saving enough money for a comfortable retirement, and making those savings last his lifetime. Like most Americans, having money in retirement may depend on part-time jobs, personal savings and tax-advantaged retirement savings accounts. A financial representative can help people like Michael understand their options, such as 401(k) and 403(b) plans, annuities, and individual retirement accounts (IRAs). The key is to set goals and get started. The longer you wait to start saving, the more you will have to save to reach those goals.

I can help you plan for life. J. B. Griffith, III, FIC, LUTCF, RICP, ChFC®, CLU® 147 S. Fayetteville Street PO Box 699 Liberty, NC 27298 B. 336-622-6020 C. 336-908-1748 j.b.griffith.3rd@mwarep.org

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