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Winner’s Business’ • First Place Winne Friendly Beauty Salon Saturday July 10th 9pm (Dark) Liberty will be having reworks. Due to unknown factors there will be no vendors or bands this year. Please feel free to use this time to comet and support our local restaurants and businesses. In the future we hope to include vendors and bands again. Thank you for your understanding and we hope everyone will comet and enjoy the reworks.

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The Liberty Leader Newspaper “We teamed up with Aire Serv, a n e i g h b o r l y company, because their core values aligned with ours. We are deeply rooted in our community and enjoy making the air in which we live and breathe, comfortable and clean for our neighbors 


Let us introduce you to Ray. He was our rst walk in customer when we opened our Aire Serv of Liberty location. He came in to buy a lter for his HVAC system. Over the years we got to know him and developed a relationship with him 
 Ray was born in 1928. He was barely 18 when he was drafted into war by the Army. Ray is a lifetime resident of Liberty. This is where he raised his family with his wife Cladie. As Ray continued to age, he utilized our services more and became a member

Volume 19 Issue 7 The Silk Hope Ruritan club in Silk Hope has teamed up with Piedmont Landscapes at Crutch eld Crossroads to put on the rst time ever A Summer Spectacular with reworks. The date is July the 24th . We are having a car show-band- bouncy houses - kid games etc - food vendors and all other vendors.

I offer a hand with all your household cleaning. For more information and details call jenny@910-986-9714 we offer general cleaning, deep cleaning, organization, decluttering. One time, weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly needs

Green Day landscaping. We offer a full range of lawn maintenance with free estimates.Contact buster at 910-988-0661. Commercial and residential. Fully insured


 Earlier this year Ray had to reschedule his heat maintenance because he had a death in the family. We immediately lifted him up in prayer. Later we learned the loss he experienced was his wife of 68 years, Cladie. Shortly thereafter he had surgery on his eyes. As life will sometimes have it, his HVAC system also began to give him troubles and he could not afford to make all the repairs necessary for his system to operate safely 
 We believe God places people in your life for a reason, sometimes a season or even a lifetime. When we learned our longtime customer and hometown hero was in need, we knew exactly what we had to do! We jumped right in, teamed up with local businesses and individuals collecting the funds to replace Ray’s heating & air conditioning system for him. We couldn’t think of a better way to help a member of our community. He served our ne country well before we were even thought of, this was the least we could do to repay him for his sacri ces 
 We would like to give a special thank you to High Tech Collision, K Raymond Company and Sacknit, all of which are Liberty small businesses and active members of our community. Along with our supplier, Ferguson Enterprises of Greensboro and the manufacturer, Goodman, for their donations 
 We are honored that Ray chose us for his comfort needs and that he allowed us to be of service to him. God Bless you Ray. Thank you for your service. May you live the rest of your life without

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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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Hometown Nutrition is now open and so honored to be serving the

Capris Pizza Lunch Special 11am - 3pm Monday-Sunday

people of Liberty! Owner, Dayna Evans, spent the last year and a half before opening Hometown Nutrition working at the North Carolina Children's Hospital during the pandemic, and saw time and time again how health begins with what you put into your body and staying active. Dayna and her family are Liberty area locals, and decided there would be no greater joy than to serve their hometown community by helping their neighbors and friends get healthy from the inside out! They worked tirelessly to get the nutrition club open to provide a clean, welcoming, healthy hangout for the community. Hometown Nutrition offers healthy options for meals and energy, and also personalized wellness consulting

They are located at 112 W Swannanoa Ave in downtown Liberty! Operating hours are Monday thru Friday 7am to 6pm, and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. Check them out! They look forward to seeing you all soon!

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Your Wellness Experience Coach Shannon Foster As Men’s Health Month comes to an end, let’s talk about belly fat. When men gain weight, one of the rst places it’s noticeable is our bellies (whereas women tend to gain in their hips and thighs). We can gain weight and our arms and legs don’t look too different but we will notice a change when we look down or try to button our pants Unlike fat in other areas, having belly fat increases your risk of developing a number of serious health conditions—in particular, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure and diabetes So how do you get rid of belly fat? Unfortunately, you can’t spotcheck weight loss, but there are things that will help you lose weight. Since you gained it in that area, you can lose it in that area 1. Check your labels. Foods you love contain trans fats and added sugar (cakes, biscuits, ice cream, fried food, fast food). Eat more protein and natural, unprocessed foods. 2. Be mindful of how much alcohol you drink. They don’t call it a beer gut for nothing. First, you’re drinking empty calories. Second, when your body gets its energy source from alcohol, it converts the extra energy into storing fat 3. Speaking of being mindful, stress can lead to weight gain. Mindfulness exercises can help manage stress 4. Get more quality sleep 5.

Do more intense workouts. Try a HIIT program or add weight training to your routine *Don’t forget now is a great time to hit a farmer’s market for fresh fruit and vegetables! In season now (or soon to be): cantaloupe, watermelon, peaches and tomatoes I’m planning on running a 5 Day Challenge! It will be geared toward men whose bodies have started to change once they’ve hit 40. When I get it going, feel free to share the information with anyone you think would bene t

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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. $127,500.0 205 E. High ll Ave., 3 bedroom/1 bath brick home, Two acre town lot, oak hardwood oors, high ef ciency natural gas basement furnace with central air, emergency power generator, partial basement, upgraded power supply, carport, $137,000.0 160 South Martin St., two/three bedroom, two bath, carport, Hours outbuilding, on city lot, gas pack with central cooling, $115,000.0 Mon 328 East Raleigh Ave., three bedroom, one and Closed one half bath,(can nish for extra bedroom and bath upstairs), carport, huge covered front Tue-Thu 10:30am -10pm porch, on city lot, with windows replaced and 10:30am-11pm gas pack with central Fri-Sat cooling. $185,000 Sun 10:30am-10pm 146 acres, near city limits, on old 421 North and frontage also on YorkMartin Rd., with long railroad frontage, and 90 acres cleared. $10,000.00 per acre sold as a whole parcel Call us for single family rentals in the Liberty area.

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

Summer Fun for Children Visit Us A Mount Pleasant Baptist Churc 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

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

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Liberty Elementary School has a parade to honor student stricken with cancer

On June 1, a Liberty Elementary student battling cancer was honored with a parade in the front circle of the school. Edwin rode in the car of his choice as staff and other students waved Kim Markham of Asheboro Recycling Center helped organize this event. His car club brought approximately one dozen classic and newer cars, from which Edwin selected the one in which he wanted to ride. Edwin selected Mike Moore's McLaren The entire car club, along with Liberty Fire Department, Julian Fire Department, Staley Fire Department, EMS, and the Liberty Police, showed up with horns and sirens to support Edwin on this special day Through donations and bracelet sales, the school was able to provide a large donation to help with medical expenses. Liberty Elementary would like to thank all those who made this possible to support this special young studen

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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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Back to School Safel August 7th, 10am-12p Free school supplies while they las Child Safety w/ Mt. Hope Fire Departmen Welker’s Crossroads E. M. Churc 3829 Old Julian Roa Julian, NC 2728 Call 336-266-9325 for more inf

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2021 Burlington Writers Club 65th Anniversary Adult Contest Winner The Burlington Writers Club recently presented awards to the winners o its’ 65th Anniversary Annual Adult Contest. Winners came from an eight count area. Since we didn’t have a banquet again this year, there is no picture of the winners. Here is a list of names of all winners in the eight categories

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The 33rd Annual "A Day on Main on Main Street" Fall Festival is just around the corner. We are now accepting applications for the event. For a application you may email us at info@ramseurchamberofcommmerce.org. This year the festival will be sponsor and ran by the Ramseur Eastern Randolph Chamber of Commerce. Please forward all inquires to the Chamber and not the Town of Ramseur. Thank you and we look forward to a great festival

Stories for Children: First Place – Becky Scarlett, Second Place – Janet R Sady Third Place – Shirley Sanders, Honorable Mention – Anita Shere Poetry for Children: First Place – Sherry A Kelly, Second Place – Jean Bailey Robor Third Place – Doris Dix Caruso, Honorable Mention – Martha Guthri Fiction: First Place – Warren Dixon, Second Place – Elizabeth Solazzo Third Place – Brenda Loy Wilson, Honorable Mention – Becky Scarlet Carolyn Councilman Poetry: This category is in memory of Carolyn, a long-time member of the Burlington Writer’s Club and a past President of the club First Place – Sherry A Kelly, Second Place – Eric Svee, Third Place – Doris Dix Caruso, Honorable Mention – Janet R Sad Light Verse: First Place – Earl Carlton Huband, Second Place – Elida Vinesett Third Place – Doris Dix Caruso, Honorable Mention – Martha Guthri Short Non-Fiction: First Place – Becky Olive-Taylor, Second Place – Jamie Palmer Third Place – Erika Hoffman, Honorable Mention – Sherry L Comstoc Long Non-Fiction: First Place – Martha Guthrie, Second Place – Carolyn Stuart Third Place – Paul Gaydos, Honorable Mention – Anita Shere

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Humorous Category: Fiction or Non-Fiction –This category is in memory o Leon Hinton Sr., a long-time member of the Burlington Writer’s Club and a past President of the club First Place – Elida Vinesett, Second Place – Martha Guthrie Third Place – Sherry A Kelly, Honorable Mention – Jean Bailey Robo

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

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I went on a road trip yesterday and came across this building south of the downtown area in Ramseur that I must have been past dozens of times. The Lineberry Hardware and Repair Shop was located in a handsome building with an apartment over the top of it and found just above the classic sign. Many small business buildings across the United States, especially in the North, had or have living quarters over the top of the building which makes it easy to get to work. The old hand painted sign is a classic one that still stands out to people riding past. Lineberry is a common name in the Ramseur area and there is a street with this name also located here

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Bits’n’Pieces presents PLEASE ANSWER THIS QUESTION ~ TK Question: My life has been totally changed by the path I am on. I read inspiring books, met some awesome people who have helped me to learn even more. I am really, really excited to nally know this information! Everybody NEEDS to know this…it will make so much difference in their lives too! But when I try to tell people about this, it turns out to hurt my feelings. They don’t believe me, or they are not interested. Why? Please help me to gure this out. Thank you. T We are all moving along in our lives, learning and believing what works best for us. We follow what we have been told. We do the same things the same way for years, following the patterns of our belief systems, and not even realizing it is happening. Things we are told not to do, or what we are told that cannot work, are things we believe are off limits for us! So we don’t even try. It is extremely dif cult to crack open those beliefs and open up to any

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new information. Many of us have heard the story of the family who gathered each year at Thanksgiving to cook the meal together. One year there was a new ‘in-law’ who asked, “Why are you cutting the small end off the ham”? The answer was, “That is how it is done. We all have done it this way for as long as I can remember”. “But why do you do that?” Everybody went to the kitchen for this conversation. It turns out that great-grandma’s pan was too small for the whole ham, so the small end was cut off! Everybody since then has had large pans and ovens, and has continued to cut off the small end, because that is “how they were taught…how it was supposed to be done”. They believed it without question, and did it. I would like to share another story. A long time woodworker had been working with the lathe, turning wood for years. His problem had always been that the jaws, that held the wood, always bumped into each other when he tried to turn wood that was too small. He has taken classes and worked with master wood workers for years, always having the same problem with turning smaller wood. Ways had been tried, and worked pretty well to glue larger pieces to the small piece, so that it would be held securely on the ‘big’ end and allow the small thing to be turned. Well, recently, he decided to turn a small piece of wood, returning again to look at the jaws that did not allow tightening onto the small wood. Suddenly, he noticed a slot that allowed a piece to be removed, allowing the jaws to tighten onto the small wood! Could this be so?!? How in the world had so many people missed that tiny clue? Now it changed EVERYTHING. Small wood could be turned with ease and precision! Awesome! Happy day! Now he could share his discovery with all those others who still believed that it could not be done! Some will believe it and others will not, until they experience it for themselves. He may have to prove his newfound belief to naysayers, who still believe that it cannot be done Thus it is that the shattering of the ‘old belief’ is not a thing to be worked for, earned or dreaded. We don’t have to ‘give up’ anything. We only need to be vigilant and aware. Our new beliefs come to us in the amazing ‘ah ha’ moments that thrill and delight us and propel us forward in the new avenues in our lives. The inspiration is so intense and new that we can’t wait to tell others, forgetting that ‘you have to be there’, remembering ‘that they are in another place’, awaiting their own ‘ah ha’ moments. That is why we get blank stares while we bubble over and go on and on about our incredible discovery. Some may believe it and others may not, until they experience it for themselves. You may have to prove it, and you may not have proof, but only the joy of knowing. Thus it may be yours alone, to savor and enjoy; to carry forth into your life, to nourish and support you in your purpose & onward in your Journey to Your Self! There is your answer for today, my friend. Enjoy your new-found joys and wait to be asked to share what it is that has made you so happy! With further questions or with your story of delight, contact bitsnpiecesliberty@gmail.com

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

JULIAN VOLUNTEER FIRE & RESCUE DEPT. SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 2021 AT 8:00 PM MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE STATION LOCATED AT: 4317 FOLGER ROAD

724 Liberty St, Ramseur, NC 27316

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Liberty Rotary President We want to thank Chris (pictured right) for serving as our 20-21 Liberty Rotary Club President. Chris Compton gracefully led us through a year of virtual meetings and we can’t thank him enough for all that he poured into our club.

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Congratulations to our 21-22 Liberty Rotary Club President, Douglas Hardin (pictured left)! We look forward to a great year being led by Doug

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Liberty Chamber July Newsle er Wri en by: Amanda Price 52nd

The Liberty Chamber of Commerce will be hosting our Annual Banquet and Silent Auction this year on September 11th 2021 at the Roost at Butler st Farm. We will be selling tickets from now until September 1 . There will be a silent auction, gun raf es, raf es for other items, as well as prize giveaways! The tickets are being sold by Chamber Board Members for $50 per person and include entry into the Banquet, a Prime Rib or Chicken dinner, beer and wine, and entertainment! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for a fun lled night!

SAVE THE DATE- 52nd Annual Banquet & Silent Auc on September 11th @ The Roost at Butler Farm Doors open @ 5:30 July Member Fes vi es July 10th The Liberty Fireworks -will be held for all to watch at approximately 9pm (At dark) July 10th Hurricane Janes July Party -Stop on over to Hurricane Janes that to celebrate Liberty with Karaoke from 12-6 pm and then listen to The Whiskey Dan Band at their block party from 6-10 pm while watching the Liberty Fireworks show! Fun for all ages! July 10th Liberty Farmers Market- Food Trucks, Live music, and free kid’s activities! Support farmers and shop local from 10 am – 3pm @ 423 W Swannanoa Ave Liberty July 17th Millstone Creek Orchards Summer Concert Series: featuring 3 Musicians at the Musical Roundtable- come out to enjoy a beautiful evening, sitting waterfront and listening to live music from local bands and musicians. Don’t forget to bring a blanket or lawn chairs or reserve a picnic table! Its BYOB so bring your beer and wine! Guests can also enjoy a hayride around the orchards and sh in the two onsite ponds! (Must be 21 or older to attend) Reserve your tickets now at bit.ly/MCOconcerts July 30th Food Truck Friday: Join us from 5-8 in the H&R parking lot for food truck Friday! Get your dinner and dessert on the go at a delicious food truck! Food Truck lineup to come soon. July Member Specials Aire serv of Liberty- Special running now through the end of July. Local Liberty Discount: $6995 for a HVAC system replacement up to 3 tons. Call Aire serv today for more information and to see if your household quali es! (336) 899-8022

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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. We will meet at 7:00pm on July 21 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. There are art exercises at each meeting to further art skills. For more information, call 336-622-4894 (Sandra Martin)

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Countryside Collectibles Antique Mall 219 Chatham Square Siler City, NC 27344

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OPEN 7 Days Mon-Sat 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 1 pm-6 pm VendorVendors Showcases are only & $35 booth monthlyRental w/10% commission and and showcase spaces available Booth & $25 Showcase Available Booth Space are only $1.00 per sq. ft. monthly w/10% commission Give us a call for all your Auction YOU STOCK...WE SELL" - GIVE US needs A TRY919-663-2034 TODAY!!!) Mall Auction times & dates are updated weekly on our website

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

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

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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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