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Free Community Paper By The Community And For The Community

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

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• Call us for single family rentals in the Liberty area. • Call us for mini-storage rentals with “on site” security.

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AWESOME FIND Don’t miss out on this month's deals Holiday Decor at great prices for ● Valentine ● Easte ● 4th of Jul ● Hallowee We have Furniture,Smal Appliances,Dishware,Outdoo decor,Kitchen items,and Nic Nacks Prices As Low As 25cents!

] - Frida Monday 7am- 2pm

PH: 336-622-744 Address: 112 W Swannanoa Ave Liberty, NC.

11am - 5pm Wednesday - Friday 10am - 3pm Saturdays

129 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty, NC 27298

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

"Time to PLANT trees and shrubs"

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Travel with Randolph Senior Adults Association!

DAY TRIPS Day Trips offer excellent opportunities to meet new people and have fun with those you know! North Carolina is known for its numerous recreational options, ranging from visiting musuems, enjoying shopping malls, exploring historical sites and more. Join us on our next Day Trip adventure! Learn about upcoming trips through: • Flyers at your local Senior Center • Postings on the Randolph Senior Adults website: www.senioradults.org • Postings on Facebook: @RcsaaInc • Postings on Instagram: @randolphsenioradults You can also call 336-625-3389 to inquire about upcoming trips.

Randolph Senior Adults Association • The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Adult REC 347 W. Salisbury Street, Asheboro, NC 27203 • Phone: 336-625-3389 • www.senioradults.org

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Liberty Through The Eyes Of Myra Gaddy So, Saturday was quality time with mama day. Our rst stop was at Happy Hills Animal Foundation, just outside of Liberty, dropping off $280 worth of pet food for those precious animals (who, by the way, are looking for furever homes) When we left, my mama asked "Where are we going now?" I replied that I didn't know, but I thought we might just hang out in Liberty for a while. Our next adventure was our rst visit to the Liberty Market Place, on the corner of N. Fayetteville St and E. Swannanoa Ave. WOW! They have such a wide variety of items, and such a friendly place. Sorry, I didn't get a business card, but Like and Follow them on Facebook (just make sure it's the Liberty Market Place IN Liberty) Next, we walked across the street to Carolyn's Lady's Clothing Store, that has been a staple in Liberty for decades. My mama got the cutest pair of capri pants; so many colors in them that all she has to do is change shirts, and she has her summer wardrobe. After that, we sauntered on down to Awesome Finds, where we both found some cute tops, and of course, I found a book. Awesome Finds will be closing permanently in a few months, so check it out soon! By this time, it was getting close to lunchtime, however, we also had plans to visit my sister for a little while, before heading back to Ramseur. AND, I knew my mama had big supper plans with her best friend Betty Mace (I got them Sir Pizza pizza, chef salads, and strawberry cheesecake). Well.......not wanting to ruin my mama's supper appetite, but still getting some sustenance......we headed on down to our rst visit to Liberty Kettle Corn Shop! Yummy! Becky has a wide variety of treats to choose from, not just kettle corn. WE got ice cream! I got Salted Caramel Banana's Foster, and mama got Black Cherry. Then, my mama got another treat to take home Now, you might ask yourself, "why is Myra posting all this stuff about places in Liberty? There is nothing to do in Liberty." Well, I beg to differ. We didn't have time to go to the Bargain Shop, Gracie's Veggie Box (not just veggies), Peggy Sue's Treasures Galore, General Liquidations, Diamond K Tack, Ezer Wellness. I am sure I am missing some neat places And, we could have had some great food at 766 Cafe', Muzzie's (Kidd's) Drive-In, Hurricane Jane's, Ya'll Come Back Cafe', Capri's, Maria's, Basil's Hibachi Express, or the Liberty Event Center, to name a few. Or we could have gotten one of those deliciously healthy smoothies at Spark Nutrition (formerly Hometown Nutrition) And little did I know that the Liberty Event Center had special Mother's Day events all weekend, including a Mother's Day luncheon all day on Sunday! The Event Center also has great dinners, as well as live entertainment, regularly. check them out on FB We could have checked out the upcoming attractions at the Liberty Showcase! celebrities), you have really missed out! What a gem to have in Liberty!

Wow, if you haven't been there for a live show/concert (performed by

And of course, Hurricane Jane's has live entertainment, regularly We could have gotten some great exercise just walking around Liberty, as the town has sidewalks from one end of town to the other--safe walking !!! Or, we could have checked out Sapphire 24 Fitness; they are open 24/7, AND also have a variety of tness classes. We could have driven over to Freedom Park, and gotten a good walk in there, as well. OR, we could have strolled from the Kettle Corn Shop down to the Liberty Veterans Memorial and Gardens We could have also driven down the road just little out of town,, to Cut-N-Up Hair/Nail Salon, and Body Balance Therapeutic Massage, and gotten a hair cut , new nails, AND a therapeutic massage, all at the same place Let's not forget Liberty's amazing Public Library, and all the wonderful programs, for both adult and youth, AND your wonderful Parks and Recreation department I am envious There are so many places of worship in and around Liberty, and those places of worship offer great fellowship opportunities I almost forget one of the best kept secrets in Liberty! The Liberty location of Randolph Senior Adults! If you are a senior citizen, or know a senior citizen that would enjoy fellowship, great meals, fun activities, including painting/craft classes taught by folks like the Preppy Possum, and others, great community education/information programs, then check it out! And, you may even see me there, occasionally We did get to visit with my sister and brother-in-law, and it was de nitely a great visit

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NEVER take your small town or hometown for granted! There is so much more to Liberty and the surrounding area, than people realize. Be thankful and grateful, my friends --


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Liberty Kettle Cor 263 W. Swannanoa Ave. Liberty 336-795-0131

Shaw Accounting Service

Tax, Bookkeeping, Payroll, General Business Services Shaw Accounting is open to help businesses and individuals with their tax and accounting needs, including payroll, bookkeeping, sales taxes, corporate and individual income taxes . from 9-5 Monday-Friday

Call Beverly at 336-312-8757

We sell Candy Apples, Hershey’s Ice Cream, Milk shakes, Banana Splits and Kettle Corn You can also place orders for parties!! We have gift baskets starting at $12 and up.

Beverly Meredit

Other times by appointment. We look forward to helping you!

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(CPA,MBA) shawaccounting@yahoo.com

139 W. Swannanoa Avenue P.O. Box 149 Liberty, NC. 2729

Phone: 336-622-2910 Fax: 866-889-6947

Store Hours Monday - Thursday 1pm - 6pm Friday 12pm - 6pm Saturday 12pm 5pm Sunday Closed

Apple Flavors Caramel Apple Pie Oreo Turtle Candied

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212 W Swannanoa Ave, Libert http://www.lo infh.com/

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Helping generations achieve their dreams. Call me today at 336.610.6200 to get started. Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Member FINRA and SIPC. © 2016 Ameriprise Financial, Inc.

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

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

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11am - 3pm Monday-Sunday

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CATERING AND SPECIAL EVENTS 516 N Greensboro St, Liberty (336)622-888 Wed- Sat 4pm-9pm

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Just another day at the of ce. Barbara Emery, Assistant Center Director at the Liberty Center, expertly lassoes a “horse” during a group activity. Want to have as much fun as Barbara? Stop in the Liberty Senior Center today!

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This is Shonda from Alterations by Shonda We have moved to

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Randolph Communications Awards 8 Students with Scholarships

May 20, 2022 – Asheboro, NC – Randolph Communications selected eight local high school seniors to receive $8,000 in college scholarships. Randolph Communications’ General Scholarship Program is an investment in the future growth, development, and well-being of our member/subscriber families and the community. The recipients of these scholarships have active service and reside within Randolph Communications customer areas. “We are proud of all the recipients and how well they represent our community. We are honored to play a small part in their future as they continue their path of success,” said Kim Garner, CEO & General Manager. Randolph Communications has given more than $148,000 in scholarships since 1995 through its annual scholarship program. This year’s General Scholarship winners are: Kaitlin Cook – Chatham Central High School (District 2, Bennett) Caiden McDuffie – Southwestern Randolph High School (District 4, Pisgah) Michaela McIntyre – Southwestern Randolph High School (District 1, Coleridge) Rachel Davis – Uwharrie Ridge 6-12 (District 5, Farmer & Jackson Creek) Madelyn Fesmire – Uwharrie Charter Academy (District 7, Liberty) Julia Paschal – North Moore High School (District 3, High Falls) Cole Murray – Northwood High School (CLEC, Siler City) Lorelei Byrd – Chatham Charter School (CLEC, Snow Camp) Randolph Communications is dedicated to providing the most advanced telecommunications solutions and world-class customer care to its customers. Locally owned and operated, Randolph Communications is proud of its 68 years of serving our neighbors and communities in Alamance, Chatham, Davidson, Guilford, Moore, Lee, Montgomery and Randolph Counties.

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Liberty American Legion Post 81 High School Awards The American Legion was established 103 years ago with a vision of enhancing and strengthening America though ac ons helping our young people with needed assistance. One of the four pillows of the American legion is children & Youth of our State & Na on. The Liberty American Legion Post 81 was honored to present a One -Thousand- dollar Scholarship to a Senior at Providence Grove High School – Kinley Elizabeth Ferguson who plans to a end NC State and study Environmental Science and the Senior at Eastern Randolph High School was Josie Goodson is going to Randolph Community College to study Nursing. We wish them the best in their studies and in their future careers. We also gave out The American Legion School Cer cates of School Awards & Medals. The Cer cate of Dis nguished Achievement was given to students in the Recogni on of the possession of those high quali es of Courage, Honor, Leadership, Patrio sm, Scholarship and Service which are necessary to the preserva on and protec on of the Fundamentals ins tu ons of our government and the advancement of society. The Awards were given to the following students; Providence Grove High School…Evan Meadows & Marissa Cortes Hunt Eastern Randolph High School…JROTC Cadet Telena Herrera & JROTC Cadet Jayden Phillips Northeastern Randolph Middle School… Callie Lambert & Holden Swi Liberty Elementary School…Kendal Munday & Cooper Smith This is the rst me that Liberty American Legion Post 81 has given the Cer cates of School Awards and Medals and hopes to con nue in the future. We hope that all the Students have a wonderful and safe summer in the community.

Liberty Lions Club High School Scholarships The Liberty Lions Club gives Scholarships to Seniors that are furthering their educa on. The Liberty Lions Club gives a $500.00 Scholarship at Eastern Randolph High School and Providence Grove High School each year. The MOTTO of the Lions Club is “to serve.” Besides the vision screening at elementary school, helping purchase glasses locally, and suppor ng such programs as White Cane ( now called Brighter Vision), Camp Dogwood for the blind and Visually Impaired, and the VIP ( Visually Impaired Persons) Fishing Tournament in October in Manteo. The Liberty Lions club is proud to present this years Scholarships to Daniel Beau Mar n of Providence Grove High School and Esmersalda Cruz of Eastern Randolph High School.

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Liberty Manor Apartments Looking for a 10-15 hr per week part time

Experienced Maintenance Personnel Please send resume to POB 790 Liberty, NC. 27298

Liberty Manor Apartments 241 W. Butler Ave Liberty, N Apartments Feature Carpet: Central Heat & Air, Range And Refrigerator, Washer/ Dryer Hookups, Blinds, Wired for Cable

Rent Based On Incom • • • • • •

Rd Family Comple Free Trash Picku Smoke Free Unit Limited Handicap Unit Rental Assistance Available Walking Distance From Town Park

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3 Natural Hacks to Keep a Clean Kitche (StatePoint) Are you looking to avoid harsh chemicals in the place where you prepare and eat food? Hoping to green your clean? Here are three natural hacks for keeping a healthy and tidy kitchen 1. Ditch the paper towels: Whether you’re quickly wiping up a spill or doing a deep clean, it’s easy to forget that the paper towel you’re using was once a tree, and in many cases, part of a virgin forest. To clean more effectively, reduce your impact on deforestation and climate change, and minimize waste, switch to reusable towels or rags 2. Use worry-free cleaning ingredients: Harnessing the power of baking soda, Arm & Hammer Essentials Kitchen Cleaner offers a natural way to clean and deodorize your kitchen and other spaces throughout your home. Comprised of simple ingredients like baking soda and plant-based detergents, the cleaner contains no bleach, ammonia, phosphates or other harsh chemicals. It’s both strong enough to remove food, grease and other tough stains, but also gentle enough to clean your glass cooktop, stainless steel appliances, countertops, and food contact surfaces when used as directed. While formulated for the kitchen, this baking soda-based product can be used almost anywhere, including bathroom sinks, tubs and tile, the garage, laundry room and outdoor spaces like the patio and deck 3. Go green, literally: Houseplants are not only beautiful to look at, they can actually improve the air quality of your indoor spaces. Hang planters or clear your kitchen window sills to make room for air-purifying houseplants. When selecting the varieties of plants you will cultivate, keep in mind that kitchens tend to be higher humidity For a truly clean kitchen, skip the harsh chemicals. Using natural methods, you can clean just as effectively, worry-free

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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 inspec on in the General Manager’s o ce at the Liberty ABC Store, 423 W. Swannanoa Avenue, Liberty, NC from 10:00 am un l 7:00 pm Monday thru Friday. Interested par es can call (336) 622-3311 to speak with General Manager, Tammy Duncan.

A Public Hearing will be held on Wednesday, June 29, 2022 for the Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 at the Town Council Chambers at Liberty Town Hall, located at 239 South Faye eville Street, Liberty, North Carolina.

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Volume 20 Issue "Every day I look for ways to make a positive difference in the lives of others. Triad Goodwill isn't just a business to me, it's the way I bring happiness to others through dedication and servant leadership."

Chris Gorham CEO

Join The Team! Our mission is possible because of our employees , our Triad Goodwill Family! If you're ready to work with a purpose and join a family of passionate, dedicated, and unique individuals, we want you to join us!

Triad Goodwill is excited to be your new neighbor! In the near future we will be opening a new store and donation center in the Liberty community at 215 S. Greensboro Street!

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We're a non-profit organization with the goal of helping citizens build skills and find jobs. It starts by providing customers value when they shop our stores, being a key employer in the counties we serve, and building partnerships with other community organizations that will in turn strengthen our neighborhoods.

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Blum’s Lawncare Lawncare Maintenance, Ice Melt Services &Snow Removal

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Liberty Event Center 123 S. Greensboro St. Liberty NC 27298 for your special occasions

Frante’ Matthews 919-799-710 Frankie Matthews 919-799-9647

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Restaurant Open Thursday And Friday From 5:00pm - 8:00p Serving delicious southern home cooked dinner Venue available for rental for weddings, Receptions, Banquets, Birthday Parties, Concerts, Family Reunions, Class Reunions etc

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(at the intersection of Hwy 421 & Hwy 64)

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Griffith achieves membership in Million Dollar Round Table

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J. B. Griffith, 3rd, Liberty, North Carolina, a representative for Modern Woodmen of America, is one of a small percentage of financial representatives worldwide to achieve membership this year in the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table. Founded in 1927, MDRT, The Premier Association of Financial Professionals® is a global, independent association of more than 49,000 of the WEDNESDAY, world’s leading life insurance and financial services JUNE 15, AT 7PM. professionals from moreUMC, than 500 in 70 FIRST 123companies N. FAYETTEVILLE ST., LIBERTY countries. MDRT members demonstrate exceptional professional knowledge, strict ethical conduct and CLASSMDRT FOCUS, LED BY JOAN COMPTON, IS ON outstanding JUNE’S client service. membership is recognized internationally as the standard of excellence in the life insurance and financial services business.

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The local Modern office is located in EveryWoodmen meeting has a hands-on art interest

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