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March 2016

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The Liberty Leader

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March 2016

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Serving Liberty, Staley, Snow Camp, Julian, Climax, Ramseur & Franklinville Events Calendar March 5 BBQ Dinner pg12 5 Chamber Banquet 8 Balance Class pg9 12 BBQ pg5 14 Couponing Class pg18 15 Vote pg12 15 Balance Screen pg31 15 Bingo pg30 18 Third Friday preg8 19 Reverse Raffle pg11 19 Pinto/Hotdog pg 23 21 Healthy Eating pg23 26 Easter Egg Hunt pg25 26 Town Egg Hunt pg1 31 Play at RCC pg23 31Fight Cancer w/Fork pg17

April 2 BBQ pg23 8 Alumni Basketball pg17 16 Spring Show pg21 23 Yard Sale pg12 29/30 Antique Festival pg17 29/30 Yard Sale pg21,23

May 7 Living Expo & 5k pg17 7 Rooms Of Your Life pg18 14 Spring Fling pg29 21Liberty May Fest pg13 Calendar On Our Website

Meet Liberty’s New Park & Rec Director Liberty has a new face in town. Scott Kidd is our new Parks and Recreation Director for the Town Of Liberty. Let's get to know this new face that is getting to improve and bring a fresh new outlook to the program. It is always great to have a new person at the wheel, for they have new visions and outlooks. Scott Kidd lives just down the road in Siler City. He is married to a wonderful wife, Rebekah, and has two twinkles in eyes. Those twinkles would be his two daughters, Faith (6 years old) and Leah (2 years old). One of his biggest assets is his hobbies and those are his great interest in sports and that fact that he likes to build and fix t h i n g s . S c o t t g o t his education start from C h a t h a m Centeral High School and then continued on to graduate at NC State University, with a Bachelors Degree in Parks, R e c r e a t i o n a n d To u r i s m Management, with a Minor in Business Management and Feed Mill Management. Scott has great work experience he brings to the table also. He has three years part time with City Of Raleigh Parks and Rec and nine years with Moore County Parks and Rec. Continue On Page 4

Local Eric King Gets Eagle Scout Mayor Fil York presented Eric Preston King with his proclamation from the Town Of Liberty and told the council and audience how he obtained the rank of Eagle Scout. Showing support for Eric were his father Preston King and grandfather Oscar King. Eric Preston King of Liberty was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout on Feb 13 at his Court Of Honor Ceremony held at First United Methodist Church in Liberty. Eric completed the requirements for the Eagle rank on Nov 11, 2015. To earn the rank of Eagle, a Scout must earn at least 21 merit badges and demonstrate leadership and community service by organizing and carrying out an Eagle project. Eric earned 35 merit badges and for his project he partnered with the 100 Man Project, a non-profit organization in Liberty, to replace or add visible reflective address house numbers signs in the area. As a second part of his project, he helped to raise awareness of the importance and need for clear visible address signs, to ensure the promptness of emergency vehicles. Story Continued Page 4

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Scott Kidd Storied Continued From Page 1 I got to sit down with Scott one afternoon and loved our conversation and his passions for his field. I asked Scott what led him in to this field and Liberty. Scott replied, “My love for sports and community was the biggest reason I moved into this field. As far as Liberty, I wanted to get back to a small community again. Growing up in a small town, I have love for that. Also living just down the road in Siler City, I can be closer to my family, which is very important to me. That at the end of the day is what makes my day more than anything, spending time with my family.” Scott's love for God radiated out of his conversation. That is very refreshing, to see people talk and live for God . I asked Scott if he had a role model to share. Scott grinned and shared, “My Pastor, he always put God first in his life and always has faith no matter what the situation he is going through.” Well, this showed. I asked Scott if he had a great piece of advice to share. He said that was easy, “Always follow your heart and Trust God in all you do!” I was curious if Scott had a great memory while being with Parks and Rec. He told me it was hosting the 2011 Dixie Baseball World Series for 2 different age groups. Wow, that was impressive. I asked Scott if he had anything he wanted to share with the readers. Scott shared, “Well, I am excited to be part of this town. I am even more excited for the future. I was part of the town management planning session in February and we all talked about the future and direction. Just looking forward 5 years down the road is exciting. You see, recreation is more than just sports. Recreation is many things to many people. I am looking forward to seeing new avenues of recreation come to Liberty. I would also like the community to know I am here to hear the good and the bad. I encourage suggestions for the future. I have an open door policy and I encourage for people to reach out to me via email Also we have added a page on FaceBook for Parks and Recreation. I will be keeping it and the town webpage updated for you to follow. " I am excited to see what the future holds. Tell Scott hi when you see him.

Erick King Storied Continued From Page 1 Eric is a member of Boy Scout Troop 502, chartered to Liberty Rotary Club. He is a sophomore at Providence Grove High School and a member of the FFA Hunter Safety Team. Eric is the son of Preston and Kim King and grandson of Darlene Moore and Oscar King, all of Liberty. To get to know this young man better, I enlisted one of his close friends, Logan Bray, also student at PGHS to do an interview with him. Logan asked, “Out of all the things you had to do to get to become an Eagle Scout, what was the hardest?” Eric replied, “Trying to get all the paperwork done in a timely manner.” Logan asked ,”Out of the experiences, what was your favorite one?” Eric had a big smile and shared, “Going to far away places, traveling with the Scouts to get my awards and badges.” Logan was curious and asked a great question, “How did being in Scouts and becoming an Eagle Scout affect your everyday life?” Eric quickly replied, “It helped me put my best foot forward, put others first, and makes me appreciate what I have and what I give to others.” Eric continued, “Getting my Eagle Scout means alot to me because when I started Scouts a lot of the older ones were Eagle Scouts and I always said I wanted to be one.” Logan asked, “What advice would you give to someone who wants to achieve the same position as you are?” “Keep working and don't give up, it takes a while however it is worth the extra effort,” replied Eric. Logan asked Eric to sum up his experience with scouting and his future goals since he got his Eagle Scout. Eric replied, “My goals are to help my fellow, younger Scouts achieve the same position and also to get the remaining Eagle Palms. I also have to thank my dad, Pres King, he encouraged me to go the extra mile. I've been in Scouts since the 1st grade. I pretty much grew up in it.” Logan was curious and inquired to Eric, “Does being in Scouts help you in school, and how?” Without hesitation Eric said, “Yes,it helps. Certain merit badges you have to know certain things which I can add to what I learn in school." In conclusion Logan asked, “What is the most helpful thing you learned in Scouts?” Eric thought for a while and replied, “First Aid, It helped me get my job as a life guard for Asheboro City Pools.”



Free Dance Program In Liberty Sapphire-Studio is proud to be partnering with Randolph Community Arts this season. Starting in March, we will be offering Intro to Dance at our location. Intro to Dance I (Ages 2-4) and Intro to Dance II (Ages 5+). There is no charge for this class, it is for the community. Pre-register now and reserve your spot. Sapphire-Studio will also be providing clogging lessons to the community as well. Contact us for more information at 109 E Luther Ave, Liberty, or call us at (336) 622-8986 or you visit our website

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Local Event Planner Honors Mom With Awesome New Year Music Event / Benefit

Local Lakisha D Farrar (known by her promoting name Lakisha D), did an outstanding job on the music event that was called “New Years Explosion”. It was held at Church Of God Of Prophecy, which is located at 902 W Swannanoa Ave in Liberty. Plates were sold starting at 3pm with chicken, fish, pork chop, hotdogs, and chitterlings. The event doors opened at 4pm with praise and worship starting at 4:45. The tickets were $12 @ the door. They had numerous great groups from all around. I caught up with Lakisha and asked her how this all came about. Lakisha shared, “I started planning Oct of 2015 to just have a gospel quartet singing in my hometown.” She added, “I do them everywhere else so I wanted to bring a concert to Liberty.” This is when the real magic started as her eyes sparkled. “You see, two weeks before Christmas we found out mom had breast cancer. I thought about canceling the program but I prayed about it and decided to make it a benefit for my mom. It was a huge success for her. “ I told her that was a terrific thing to do for her mom. She went on to explain to me, “Mom has taken care of me and has been there for me all my life. So now it's my turn to take care of her. “ Wow Mom, you did a great job raising this girl. I love seeing and hearing stories like this. Lakisha wanted everyone to know this: "I want to say Thank You to the community for the love and support shown to us. Faith is the key and has kept and is keeping us!” What a great word to share. She also told me that on June 10, at the same location, Church Of God in Liberty, she will be bringing another event “Legacy In Liberty”. Which will be hosted by J-RU and featuring groups like The C a n t o n S p i r i t u a l s o f Canton, Mississippi, The Swannee Quintet of Georgia, Reverence of Spartanburg,SC, Justified of Sumter, SC, Perkins and Envision of Greensboro, Brothers In Christ of Dillon, SC and more. Tickers are $15 in advance or $20 day of event. Call her at 336-233-6621 to order your tickets.

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5th Annual Boomer, Senior & Caregiver Expo Planned for Randolph County The fifth annual Randolph County Boomer, Senior & Caregiver Expo is scheduled for Wednesday, May 18th, 2016 at Randolph Mall from 10 a.m. – 2p.m., the Expo will be free and open to the public. The Expo will provide an opportunity to enhance the health and wellness of baby boomers, senior citizens and caregivers by connecting them to local resources in their own community. This will be a free, one stop opportunity for individuals to learn about resources in the community at a fun and friendly event designed just for them. The event will offer free health screenings, unique entertainment and numerous educational/ informational booths. Please save the date for the 2016 Expo! The 2015 Expo was a tremendous success with over 350 registered participants and over 50 vendors that provided educational information as well as health screenings including spine, balance, body mass index, blood sugar and blood pressure. This fifth annual event is being organized by a collaborative of community partners including Bayada Home Health Care, Brookdale of Asheboro, Carillon Assisted Living, Clapps Nursing Home, Community Home Care & Hospice, Cross Road Retirement Community, Home Health of Randolph Hospital, Home Instead Senior Care, Hospice of Randolph County, Pruitt Hospice, Randolph County Public Library, Randolph County Senior Adults Association, Staywell Senior Care, Randolph Hospital, Randolph Hospital Home Health, Randolph Medical Associates, and Victorian Senior Care. For more information about the 2016 Expo, please call Janet Harllee at 336 – 629-7811, email, or visit our Facebook page!

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Shoutout To Library Programs Liberty Library Culinary KIDS Free Nutrition Programs

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The call was put out to all the local kids to come on in for an exciting new installment of Culinary Kids, a free once a month nutritional program for all school-age children. No sign-up required. It was held on Feb 23 at 4:00 PM at the Liberty Public Library and numerous kids came out for the e d u c a t i o n a n d f u n . C h i l d r e n ' s L i b r a r i a n Samantha shared, “We made fruit tacos at Culinary Kids this week, sweet and healthy! We learned all about fiber and how it keeps our stomachs full. Don't miss our next installment of Culinary Kids on March 29th!.” So what did some of the adults have to say about the program? Mom Belle Windham shared, “We made rainbow fruit tacos and they were delicious! I can't wait for next month to be inspired with some new school lunch ideas.” Grandmother Judy York stated, “Skyler had fun. We will be going back in March.”

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March 2 Money Honey March 9 Mother Goose on the Loose March 16 Lucky Clovers March 23 Some-Bunny Loves You March 30 Healthy Choices

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Group Exercise Programs Group Outdoor Education

Personal Coaching

Total Body Awareness

Call EARTH VISIONS to Learn More: 622-1844

Kick Off to the 2016 Downtown Siler City Music Series and Featured Artists' Exhibits

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March 4th ~ In Courtyard Coffee, Traditional Irish music performed by Peder Wilhelm and his father Al McCanless. Featured Artist will be Siglinda Scarpa. Music starts at 7pm. Dave from Bear Creek Brews will be serving his locally brewed beers. March 18th Third Friday Event ~ The PAF Gallery at the NC Arts Incubator will be featuring artists from STARworks Center for Creative Enterprise. Music on the Courtyard Rotary Stage will be Keith Buckner and the Nut Bush Ramblers. Music starts at 7pm March 18th at 7:00pm: The Nutbush Ramblers will be here to perform some American Old Time Music on the Rotary Stage. Keith Buckner is an artist and musician who grew up in Siler City. He also plays for the Alley Rabbits, String Swing, Jazz Standards Trio, and Anonymous Bosch, Eclectic Acoustic Rock Trio. We are so happy to welcome Keith back to his hometown. Music starts at 7 pm


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The Meals-On-Wheels Program, at the Reitzel Senior Center, needs volunteers to deliver meals. The center has two, in town, one route open on Thursdays and one route on Fridays. Please contact Bill Craig, Volunteer Coordinator at 628-3389 Ext. 232 or Kaffy Reynolds at 622-5844, for additional information or to volunteer.

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A Matter of Balance: Fall Prevention You don’t have to live in Fear of Falling! Take Charge Today! Join us for A Matter of Balance Class and learn ways to reduce falls, fear of falls and address your concerns about falling.

1st Class Begins: March 8th, 2016 Join us every Tuesday from 2:00pm- 4:00pm!


Randolph County Senior Adults Association The Reitzel Senior Center 128 South Fayetteville Street Liberty, NC 27298

For More Information Please Contact: Kaffy Reynolds at 336-622-5844 or Tracey Walden at 336-625-3389 ext. 231 This Class is co-sponsored with Piedmont Triad Regional Council Area Agency on Aging

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By Kevin Bowman I am so excited to be sharing all the great things on point for the 2106 Festival. This year the team (Liberty Redevelopment Committee) is working on adding a color run to the event. The current planning stage is to have a run before the event that morning. The event will end in downtown and red, white and blue colors to be tossed. Can you not imagine all those color left on the street for the day of the festival. More details to follow as a planning group coordinate the details. I am so excited to see a total of 12 people have stepped up to help plan this portion of the event. Many hands make light work . This is where we hope to have other volunteers to help. We have already booked three of the four bands. They are the Castaways, Kieth Bartell and the Mighty Shelltones. The team has already started receiving request for applications for vendors. This year we have locations for vendors that want to leave by 6pm and the rest are in place until 10pm. The bands will play longer and only one stage. Between the bands we will be bringing back the free kids contest and games that went so great last year. We are making a call out to community, churches and individuals to help be part of the KIDS ZONE. The Kids Zone will all be FREE again, parents do not need to worry about paying, each kid will get to have FUN for FREE this day. If you would like to see how you can be part of this us know. You can visit and learn more and follow the details at and can reach us by email at

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Shop Local Support Local It Does Matter

Cub Pack/ Scout troop 502 of Liberty collected, sorted and made ready for stock 668 items for the local food pantry here in Liberty at the LAC Food Pantry during their Feb Food Drive. Nice job guys!

With great sadness I have to write about another business in Liberty that is closing its door. The same day my paper hits the stores is the same day this business will be closing its doors. That would be Gracies Veggie Box in downtown Liberty on S Greensboro St. This business took over Randy’s Produce that was struggling and grew from its small location next to Dollar General to a larger business location on S Greensboro St. She brought numerous additions to make it a vibrant business. By adding U Haul to bill pay. She support locally owned business and farmers. But it takes local to shop and visit her business. She gave greatly to the community by giving vouchers to the Liberty Assoc Of Churches Food Pantry. Gracies Veggie Box Shared, “To all my customers and friends and family as of Friday March 4, the Veggie Box will be closed! We had a good run thank you Liberty, I meet a lot of good people and made alot of great friends. God be with you all! Folks we need to support our local ….shop local… eat local … play local.

The smiling faces behind the flowers that brought smiles to so many during the Valentine holidays. Two of the floral designers (Roberta and Pat) at Garrett’s Florist. Shop local means you support locals. Keep your money local.

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

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Liberty Rotary Drawing

Mark your calendars for another night of fun, food and excitement. The annual Liberty Rotary Reverse Raffle ticket sales have started. So clear your schedule for March 19. For 2016, some of the profits from this drawing will benefit the back pack program, scholarships, dictionary program, as well as projects like the Liberty Farmers Market shelter project. $100.00 for steak dinner and one ticket in benefit drawing.


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Buy Your Ticket & Support A Community Fundraiser Rotary Keeps No Profit — All Goes Back Into Community Gun Raffle Proceeds Go To Backpack Program 430 N Greensboro St, Liberty Phone 336-795-0052 Open M-F 8:30AM-6:00PM, SAT 9:00AM-1:00PM, SUN Closed

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Not all generics medications are $3.99 on the Liberty Family Pharmacy Prescription Discount Club, but over 100 are: Hydrochlorithiazide (HCTZ), Atenolol, Amoxicillin, Furosemide, and Lovastatin are just a few examples. But even if not $3.99, we are committed to saving you money. Give us a chance…we’ll make you smile.

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One way to render unto Caesar Cast your Vote! Primary elections will be held on March 15, 2016 in North Carolina to vote for party nominee for US President, US Senate (Burr seat), and several other positions. See for info.


Now Serving Flounder & Shrimp Thur,Fri & Sat Mt. Hope Fire Dept. Annual Yard Sale will be held April 23rd. 7am - 1pm.

Call Lydia @ (336) 263-4670 by April 16th to reserve a spot. Inside & Outside available, $10 per spot $20 per spot w/table. Sausage Biscuits, Coffee, Hot Dogs, Fries, Tea, Water & Desserts.


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Edward R Scott II DDS PA Edward Scott DDS Erin Scott DDS Former Practice of Gary L Brown DDS Family, Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry “Emergencies Seen Same Day”

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April 29&30

Spaces Available Inside & Outside Call Early To Book Your Spot 336-622-2486 or 336-215-8240

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

Former Roush Racing Facility For Lease 6,000 sf to 48,000 sf Paint Booths In Place Rent All Or Part

Visit our website for photos, amenities and guest reviews. Follow us on Facebook Also see our listing on


Pressure Washing

Apartment/2 Bedroom/1 Bath 329 Brookwood Ave, Liberty $400 month

Over 25 Years Of Experience Houses, Roofs, Cement, Decks Any Type Of Pressure Washing

Call 622-2741

House 2 Bedroom/ 1 Bath 402 W Bowman Ave $500 Month

YE OLD COUTRY KITCHEN 327 Drama Rd, Snow Camp Ph 336-376-6991 Locally Owned & Operated By Bryan & Melodee Wilson Hours Thu, Fri 4:30 to 8:30 Specials Friday and Saturday Nights 4:00 to 5:30 Thu- Fri Sat 11:00 to 8:30/ Sun Noon to 8:00

Millstone Catering Snow Camp, NC Private Parties Welcome ONSITE OR WAREHOUSE STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE (Call to discuss your storage needs)

Full Catering Service Check Out Millstone Catering Facebook


Booking Now For Your Parties

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RC Computers

Computer Sales * Service * Upgrades * Networking Residential & Commercial Nothing Too Big Or Too Small 126 W Swannanoa Ave (Downtown Liberty) Ph 336-795-0118

Virus Removal Custom Built & Used Computer Sales

Watch Battery Replacement Repair Smart Phones (Screen Replacement) Buy Gold / Silver/ Coins Copy / Fax / Internet We Now Offer Security Camera Installations Laminating Faxing Copying Here

We Now Offer Soldering

Locally Owned & Operated By

Richard Clapp

A+ Certified Technician 15 + Years Of Service Microsoft Professional


Same Day Or Next Day Turnaround

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By Kevin Bowman AGEND Council MeetingFebruary 22, 2016, 7:30 P. M 1. Call to Order 2. Pledge of Allegiance – Invocation 3. Approval of Minutes- Work Session 01-19-2016- Meeting 01-25-2016-Approved 4. Proclamation- Eric King – Eagle Scout Mayor Fil York presented Eric Preston King with his proclamation and told the council and audition how he obtained this. See full story on page 1 and 4 5. Annual Audit Report for FY2014/2015- Presented by Steve Hackett, Maxton McDowell CPA Firm. Overall the Town Of Liberty was given an outstanding report. Makes me feel proud to be citizen of Liberty. 6. Randolph County EDC Annual Update- Presented by Bonnie Renfro, President Bonnie Renfro welcomed her team to present to the chamber. Carolyn Vickery serves on their advisory board and was present at the meeting. Highlight spots: 30th Anniversary of EDC , 1985 Feb they created this organization as foresight to look after the county. Ultra Craft was the first project EDC worked on and still today is the largest employer to our town. Americem , Supertex and others have landed in Liberty to call home. Stable is the description of economic situation in 2015. Which is good compared to years past. Bonnie brought up all the resources they offer to the county and its people and business. Megasite update was given. You can follow updates and info via their website. Liberty Updates: Talbot Manuf - purchased Feree Trailer ( future job additions), Roush Building - Owned by Billy Hardin - working with them to fill the building - plus the un-development section Kevin Franklin: Gave snapshots of current larger business in Liberty and surrounding area 7. Liberty Redevelopment Committee Update- July Celebration Planning for July 9th – Kevin Bowman gave update. Map Location - 100 Block W Swannanoa & 100 Block N Fayetteville Band Stage - Corner of streets (gravel parking lot) Swannanoa & Fayetteville Add - Roped Off Dance Floor Section Only One Band Stage then kid games between sets. Current Bands - The Castaways , Keith Bartell and Band, The Mighty Shelltones..and 1 more is pending. FREE Kids Zone again - Kick Off with Kids Parade and Fun area and contest Add Request: 3K Color Run 8. Approve Budget Amendment No. 4- Police Department Donation from James L. Wilson. Mr Wilson normally donated to annual calendar donation. He wanted to continue to give his donation even though no calendar not done. 9. Approve Budget Development Calendar (FY2016-2017)-Approved 10. Street Closing Resolution- Celebrate Liberty Mayfest – Resolution 2016-01Approved 11. Approve Agreement For Recreational Usage of Soccer Fields- Between Tom Byrnes (Blower Engineering) and the Town of Liberty. Mr Byrnes offered the use of these field to the parks and recreation to be used in turn for the town to just keep the property up. This will allow use of better field than at Freedom Park to this new location at Blower Engineering (Former 421 Havana) -Approved ( Great win for our Parks & Rec Dept) 12. Approve Employee Personnel Policy Update- Retirement Benefits – Article VI, Section 513. 13.Town Manager’s Report Smoke testing delayed due to rain .. Should start soon ... Will be a few weeks process.. This will reflect any repairs that needs to be done to the sewers... Also an Annual Planning Session to be held in Town Hall this Thursday 14. Citizen Comments SECU (States Employee Credit Union) presented… They will help with restoration of old buildings 15. Council Comments-None 16. Mayor Comments -He stated he was pleased to have a proactive and positive board .however the need community involvement and support . 17. Motion to Adjourn

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March 2016 Town of Pleasant Garden Discover Good Living Expo & 5K Event

The Town of Pleasant Garden is hosting its 3rd annual 5K run, 1-mile walk and Discover Good Living Expo to benefit JDRF on Saturday, May 7, 2016, beginning at 8:00 AM at Volunteer Park located at 4930 Alliance Church Road in Pleasant Garden. Everyone is welcome! Registration forms and information for the 5K run and 1mile walk are available on the Town website or at Trivium Racing at The Discover Good Living Expo features groups whose focus is promoting a healthy lifestyle and recreational activities. Onsite information booths will include local youth athletic programs, summer camps, gym memberships, senior activities and equestrian clubs. In addition, there will be performances from local dancers, martial arts students, cheerleading groups and jump rope teams. A Family Fun Zone will be packed with activities for all ages of runners, walkers and the supporters of those who are running or walking in the event. The benefitting charity, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), is the largest non-profit funder of type 1 diabetes research in the world. JDRF provides awareness through education about the multiple ways to manage diabetes.

Fight Cancer with Your Fork Healthy eating and exercise can sometimes seem like a burden, but it doesn’t have to be. It can be as simple as choosing an apple over a cupcake or walking for 10 minutes instead of sitting. Besides helping manage weight, healthy eating and exercise can also help lower your risk for diabetes, high blood pressure and even cancer. Karen Pfohl, RD, LDN, clinical dietitian with Randolph Cancer Center, will host a community seminar called Fight Cancer with Your Fork. The event will be held on Thursday, March 31st, 2016 from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. in the Private Dining Room at Randolph Hospital. Participants are invited to learn about healthy, balanced, diets, which focus on heart-healthy eating by incorporating fruits, veggies, whole grains, beans, nuts and seeds. During her presentation, Pfohl will conduct a healthy and delicious meal demonstration and participants will have a chance to taste and take the recipe home with them. Fight Cancer with Your Fork is a free event that is open to the community. It is one of several community events offered throughout the year. Please register for this event by logging on to and clicking the “Events” tab, or by calling (336) 633-7788.

(Thrift store operated by the Liberty Association of Churches)

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Your local and affordable children's resale shop! Toys

Gifts 118 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty 336-622-0152

-Five bedroom, 3 ½ bath brick two story colonial with den and double garage, with large walk out basement, on a one plus acre city lot. $199,500. -3 bedroom, one bath with detached double garage in liberty on large city lot, $79,500. -22.5 acres with huge vehicle repair shop with 10,000 lb. lift, 3 roll up doors, full bath, compressed air stations, upstairs rooms and wood working shop on parcel as well. $195,000.00 -3.17 acres, two story barn, well and septic system on Silk Hope-Liberty Rd.,now reduced to $35,000.00 -1.45 acre lot on liberty Grove Church Rd. Site built home only,$25,000.00 -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.

Call us for single family home rentals in the Liberty area! Meacham Realty, Inc. Tom Meacham

205 E Swannanoa Ave- Liberty Office :622-1998 Fax: 622-5998 Email:

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Come Get Your Early Start On Your Summer Tan

112 W Swannanoa Ave 336-622-9447 or 336-362-0456 Newly Remodeled - New Look - Great Updates

Free Classes In Liberty For Better Living

The Rooms of Your Life

The Liberty Association of Churches (LAC) has partnered with the Second Harvest of WinstonSalem. Through this partnership we have changed a few guidelines but have also added programs. Due to the Food stamp changes for Randolph county and 22 additional counties along with our desire to help our community eat healthy on their budget we are offering two different seminars.

Saturday, May 7th, 10 am—1 pm

Monday March 14th at 6:30 Couponing class

123 N. Fayetteville St., Liberty NC 336 622-4682


Therapeutic Massage - Medical Massage

Specific Massage

First United Methodist Church

It is your turn to be pain free. Get Your Life Back Phone 336-622-1844 Novella Kennedy, LMBT NC Lic 4586 National Certification You could be HERE right now!

Feel well again! Call for your appointment.

Monday March 21st at 6:30 Eating Healthy On A Budget.

Both classes are being held at the LAC at 329 B West Bowman Ave . Seating is limited call 622-8312 to reserve your space. Child care will be provided

A Christian speaker and Bible teacher, Jean Padgett uses this four-story miniature house in presentations to church groups across the Southeast. The house demonstrates the concept that our heart is Christ's home. Hebrews 3:6a tells us that "We are his (God's) house." Just as there are many rooms in a house, so are there many areas of our lives. Jean compares the rooms of the house to different aspects of our lives. During the program Jean shares personal experiences from her own spiritual journey. She also shares many beautiful Scripture verses that have encouraged, comforted, challenged, and corrected her. Her husband, David Padgett, wrote and recorded the theme song for the program. BRUNCH WILL BE SERVED

Call First UMC Office 336-622-4682 Or Barbara 336-879-2266 Or Gloria 336-622-3661

The Liberty Artisan & Craft Gallery 336 879-2266

622-3661 Displaying The Gloria Work Of 336 Over100 Artists and Craftspeople UMC office 336 622-4682 5546 FirstNC Hwy 49, Liberty

Just Arrived New Shipment Spring Wind Garden Spinners Gift Certificates Available Wind Garden Spinners, Barn Quilts, Bee Keeping Supplies & Equipment, Pottery, Jewelry, Painted Glass, Candles, Soaps, Wooden Cutting Boards and Much More.

First United Methodist Church, Liberty NC

Hours: Tues-Sat 10-5 Closed Sun & Mon

PH 622-3720

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3743 New Salem Rd Climax 336-685-9722

60 MONTHS 0% APR.* Heat Now, Pay Later. Imagine coming home every day to an environment that’s as fresh, clean and healthy as it is comfortable. Now is the perfect time to make that a reality, with a Trane high performance heating and cooling system. And with 0% APR Financing with equal payments for 36 Months on a qualifying Trane systems, it’s never been so easy to own one. Maximum comfort, lower heating and cooling costs, clean indoor air, and affordable payment options -- that’s the Trane difference. Hurry! Must Purchase by February 29, 2012

Call now for a free home comfort consultation. Swaim Electric Heat & A/C Inc. 336-685-9722 3743 New Salem Rd Climax, NC

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March 2016

Wade Hardin Landscapes

Fall maintenance for your heater, heating system, due now


Contact Wade Hardin (336)240-7925

Commercial To Residential Systems

For Each System Per Unit


HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL From 100 MAN PROJECT We do have breaking news for February 2016. The 100 Man Project, Inc. with the help of so many wonderful donors have purchased a newer wheelchair accessible van. We feel more confident with our transportation now and are ready to assist those in the Liberty/ Staley area who need transportation to doctors, hospitals, and appointments. Just call Clima at 622-5774 for your assistance. Also, pleased be advised the first sign up for our Free Dental Clinic will be held on March 9th from 12 to 4 pm at the Reitzel Center. The Clinic is scheduled for June 3rd at the Liberty Fire Department from 9:00 am till 2:00 pm. If you are unable to come in person to signup, please call Keith Suits at 317-3361 or Don Lambe at 622-6950 and they will be able to assist you. New patients will have first priority for this Clinic.

Liberty Ruritan Club

Pinto Bean & Hot Dog Supper Bowl Of Pintos W/ Fixings Hot Dog & Beverage

Sat March 19 4:30 to 7pm $5

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


Drivers for the 100 Man Project, Inc. CARS Program.

Why not join 24 other men and women to enhance the life of our less fortunate friends and neighbors. You will be blessed by your small, but important effort. You only have to give a few hours one day a month to drive a patient to an appointment with the doctor, hospital, etc. For more information please call 336-622-5774.

BANK BUILDING FOR LEASE 508 North Greensboro Street, Liberty

Modern Bank Building, 3500 sq ft, 7 ton HVAC Unit, Large Vault, Drive Thru Window, Private Offices, Large Teller Counter, Lots of Open Space.

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

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WANTED- EMPLOYMENT First United Methodist Church, 123 N. Fayetteville Street, Liberty, NC is looking for a music director to lead the choir and play piano and organ during worship services. Please contact First UMC @ 336-622-4682 or mail your resume’ to P.O. Box 220, Liberty, NC 27298.

Here is my thought for today: Time is not measured by the years that you live, but by the deeds that you do and the joy that you give. By: Helen Steiner Rice

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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

For Rent

1 Bedroom/1 Bath Upgraded Full Kitchen - All Appliances All Utilities Included Power/Water/Cable/ Garbage No Yard Work - Pond On Site 2 Miles From Liberty $600 A Month Call 336-362-2365 Ask For Brenda

Liberty Chiropractic Center 104 N Greensboro St, Liberty Phone (336)622-1600 ———————————————————

“Neck Pain, Knee Pain, Back Pain, Headaches, Family Wellness Care, Ear Infections, Allergies, Asthma, Scoliosis, Healthier Children, Bed Wetting, Pregnancy, Depression & Anxiety”

NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Like Us On Facebook @ LibertyChiropracticCenter Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Gas- Convenience Store-FishingHardware-Food-and More

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American Legion Post #81 Yard Sale The American Legion Post will be having a “Huge Yard Sale” the weekend of the Antiques Festival, April 29 & 30th 2016. This sale will be inside the Legion and on the grounds. The last Yard Sale held at the Post was attended by over 600 people. We are now accepting donations for this sale. . All proceeds from the yard sale and booth rentals will go to support American Legion Projects. Contact any of the f o l l o w i n g Ya r d S a l e Committee members for Donation pick up or more information: Cary McMasters 336-707-8177 Ritchie York 336-215-2503 Guy Troy 336-622-3375 Joe Morgan 336-622-3720 Gail Morgan 336-337-5031

Outside Booth Spaces Available April 29 & 30 Antique Festival Weekend 10’x10’ Space $25 Per Day Limited Number Spaces Call Early to get the best spot Call Cary McMasters 336-707-8177

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

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Mechanic - Job ID 11212 Liberty, NC Removal Date: March 16, 2016 ROUSH CleanTech is the latest company within the ROUSH family that focuses exclusively on alternative fuels and the promotion of clean transportation alternatives. Bringing 35 years of automotive expertise to the alternative fuels marketplace, our focus is on developing the most innovative and reliable alternative fuel solutions for light- and medium-duty vehicles. By designing, engineering, manufacturing, and assembling quality alternative fuel systems for light- and mediumduty trucks and vans, ROUSH CleanTech offers a seamless operational experience while lowering a vehicle’s environmental impact and a fleet’s operating costs.

Thinking Of Selling Your Home? Call Chris To Get A Free Market Analysis

Are you a Mechanic looking for a dynamic team to join? Due to steady growth, ROUSH CleanTech has an immediate need for a Mechanic. The main function to be performed by the Mechanic, is the conversion of gasoline powered vehicles (trucks and buses) to an alternative fuel powered vehicle. This position is located in Victory, NC

The better

Qualifications: • Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent.


is What DON’T we do.

• Experience in a high school auto shop program or enrolled in a skill training program. • Experience working on vehicles. • Must have good attention to detail. • Must be a self-starter and willing to learn. • Must have own tools with rolling toolbox. • Must be able to read, comprehend & execute written procedures. • Must have valid driver’s license and excellent driving record. • Must be flexible to work overtime and weekends. Preferred Skills: • 1 year or more of experience as a Mechanic.

China House

• Experience with vehicle and/or engine repair • Experience working with vehicle assembly/disassembly

Chinese Restaurant

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• Experience with alternate fuel systems a plus. • Automotive fuel system knowledge helpful. • Previous fabrication experience a plus. To apply, please visit the Roush careers page by clicking on this link: Our benefits include: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, LTD, 401K, tuition reimbursement, paid vacation, and paid holidays. Visit our website: Like us on Facebook:

Mon Closed

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Tue-Thu 10:30am -10pm Fri-Sat 10:30am-11pm Sun 10:30am-10pm

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Ph 622-2984

At Roush, we are committed to maintaining an environment of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. If you need a reasonable accommodation to access the information provided on this website, please contact the Recruiting Department at 734-779-7007 for further assistance.

Hours: Mon-Fri 6am-2pm Sat 6am-11am Sun 7am - 11am


Foods So Good You’ll Wanna Come Back

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March 2016

420 S. Greensboro St. Liberty, NC 27298 (336) 622-7882 All Repairs Come With A standard warranty Welcome to our service department where we service what we sell. Our service facility performs routine maintenance and repairs, such as oil changes, tire rotation, and brake service on both foreign and domestic automobiles. We provide written estimates and stand behind our work. All repairs are fully explained to you and we fix 'em right the first time. Our reputation is based on honest pricing, quality workmanship, and a friendly attitude. We'll answer your questions and do only the work needed. Mon: Fri 7:30AM - 5:30PM Sat: 8:00AM - 12:00PM Sun: CLOSED

Tickets l Available for “James and the Giant Peach”Children’s Play at RCC on March 31

Community Yard Sale Sat April 30 7am to 1pm

Spaces Available To Public $10 Donation

Smithwood Church 6809 Kimesville Rd.,Liberty Proceeds Go To Fund New Playground Ph 336-685-4261

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

BBQ Dinner April 2 (5:30-8)

Seats are still available for a free performance of “James and the Giant Peach” at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 31, at Randolph Community College’s R. Alton Cox Learning Resources Center auditorium. The children’s play will be performed by UNCG’s North Carolina Theatre for Young People. Just like the book, the play is driven by its delightfully distinctive personalities. Due to an unfortunate accident with a rhino in London, resulting in the loss of both his parents, James is sent to live with his cruel aunts, Spiker and Sponge. Fear not, hope arrives in an unexpected magical gift, saving James from their grasp. This gift provides escape into a giant peach inhabited by a group of quirky bugs. Craving a little adventure, these new friends sail that giant peach into the treacherous ocean waves. This production is suitable for all ages with an approximate running time of 60 minutes. To get your free tickets, go to Seating is limited. RCC’s Asheboro Campus is located at 629 Industrial Park Avenue. Take the McDowell Road exit off of U.S. 220 Bypass/I73-I74 and follow the signs.

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Smithwood Christian Church 6809 Kimesville Rd, Liberty Eat In - Take Out $8 Per Plate All Proceeds Got To Missions

March 2016

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Obstacles Rolled Away By: Andy Clapp As the sun rose that Resurrection morning, they gathered what they would need to prepare the body of Jesus. The women set out on their journey to the tomb and pondered aloud as to how they would be able to do what needed to be done. They had prepared bodies before, but this time would be much more difficult. In an attempt to stop anyone from stealing the body of Jesus, a large stone had been rolled in front of the tomb’s opening to secure the grave. A seal had been placed on top of the stone. The tomb was as secure as man could possibly make it. Mark records their discussion along the path in this way, “And they said among themselves, ‘Who will roll away the stone from the door of the tomb for us?’” (Mark 16:3 NKJV) As they went to do what they needed to do, they focused on the obstacle that stood in the way. The stone was huge. There was absolutely no possibility that they could move such a stone. They neglected to reflect on the promise Jesus had made that He would rise again. They failed to think about the power of God they had witnessed on display in the One whose tomb they were visiting. Their thoughts were only on what stood in the way. Arriving at the tomb, they would once again see the power of God and the Lord’s ability to overcome obstacles. Mark continues, “But when they looked up, they saw that the stone had been rolled away – for it was very large.” (Mark 16:4 NKJV) What stood in their way had been rolled away, not through the strength or the power of man but by the power of God! So often, we have a mindset similar to the mindset the women had that day. Yes, we have seen the power of God. We have experienced the power of God. Unfortunately, though, we continue to focus on the obstacles that stand in the way of us reaching the place God has called us to be, the place where He wants us. Every time we are called to do something, there will be obstacles. Those obstacles will come in a wide variety of shapes and forms. Our hope is this – we believe in and rely on a God who can remove and overcome any obstacle that stands in the way! Rather than being timid or even frozen by a fear of what may stand in the distance, we can push forward each day in confidence because we know Who it is that goes before us! The One who spoke the world into motion, the One who parted the Red Sea, the One who calmed the storm, the One who overcame the grave and rolled the stone away is the One who will help us push beyond all that seeks to stop us from fulfilling His will!


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

We service Buyers and Sellers in the Triad area. I am a local Liberty Resident. We also have Spanish Speaking Agents who can help those who prefer Spanish (Se habla español)

Julie D Powers, REALTOR®/Broker 336.880.0537 Cellular (Text, Email and Call)

6863 Island Oak Dr LIBERTY

From Liberty take Old Hwy 421 toward Greensboro Take Right onto Liberty Grove Rd where Allen’s Hatchery is. Take last left turn onto Island Oak Dr (look for yard sign) before you reach Richland Church Rd. Motivated Seller does not mean that the Sellers are just going to give their home away. It means that the Sellers will negotiate with any Reasonable offer that is made. This doublewide home is subject to certain Lending laws. Come see this beautiful home on 2 +/- acres.

Maintenance Landscape Installation Spraying Pressure Washing Grading

Leaf Cleanup Landscape Lighting General Construction Home Repair Property Preservation

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To Big

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Homes-Land-Rental-Mini Storage Jessica H Foster Janet P Hill Call us For All Your Real Estate Needs Broker, GRI 255 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty, NC Broker

Shiloh United Methodist Church will have its community EASTER EGG HUNT, Sat, March 26, at 11:00 am. Location: 7394 Shiloh Rd. (off of Highway 421 and Ramseur-Julian Rd.) Liberty, NC


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The Liberty Leader Newspaper March 2016 MEGA SITE/ What is an Elected Official? Get Out And Vote An elected official is someone selected to represent the people, the average tax paying individual. These officials must carefully use our tax dollars providing us with all possible amenities and have the fore site far into the future with consideration on our current needs. These officials must consider our current infrastructure and projected need for expansion based on forecast of expected change in population. WE pay our taxes to our towns, county, state and federal government. WE hear all the negatives about our leaders, but we seldom hear the positives our leaders have accomplished or the programs currently in consideration. Within this article we want to touch on Randolph County and the State of North Carolina. Everyone is the recipients of some type of benefit program put in place by our elected officials. The Town of Liberty has received 1.3 million from NC through grants to improve water and sewer infrastructure. Raleigh and Randolph County has worked hand and hand creating incentive packages to bring jobs to Randolph County. AS we look back we see Michael Thomas Furniture now Charter Furniture, Worcester Controls now Computer Concepts. Ultra Craft has been here since 1986 providing 300 plus jobs. Americhem continues to grow and expand. These industries have created many jobs thanks to creation of incentives by our elected officials. These incentives are tax dollars at work returning revenue to Randolph County and the state of North Carolina thereby eliminating necessary tax increases. We are in the shadows of 2 Mega Sites. Our County and State Officials are looking into the future hoping to attract a large manufacture by investing into land and infrastructure. It is a gamble, but land and infrastructure has always been a good investment, it isn’t going anywhere, unlike the lottery and other investments of chance. The Randleman Dam was a vision of elected officials many years ago, but look at it now, providing water to cities in two counties for many years into the future. With population in consideration, our elected officials have allocated tax dollars to build ambulance bases and new schools throughout the county providing education. We have elected officials in Randolph County and in Raleigh that believes to continue at our current growth in population, we must invest into our future by creating jobs. All states and counties are faced with the same challenges and have programs in place to attract good paying jobs. We don’t need to change course, we need to keep pounding forward with our current leaders. These leaders are tested to make decisions based on common sense of what it takes to prepare for the future. Don’t move us back in time by electing the wrong individual with an agenda to stop forward progress such as our Mega Site and eliminating incentives. Our elected officials have heard from the protesters; now let them hear from the supporters. Support our Mega Site by re-electing our incumbent elected officials. Paid for by the Liberty Precinct Republican Committee

March 15

Volume 13 Issue 3 More Than A Brick Fundraiser

Re elect Phil Kemp and Arnold Lanier as our County Commissioner

We are excited to announce our commemorative brick project. Our school has such a long and rich history in the Southeast community and has touched many lives and seen many faces come and go. We are teaming up with a company, "Bricks R U", to give you and opportunity to purchase an engraved brick to be placed on our memorial walkway leading to the flagpole.

Re elect Rick Gunn and Jerry Tillman for NC Senate

Order a brick to honor a current or former student, families, parents, community leaders, and administrators. They would also be a wonderful way to recognize a graduation, remember a loved one, show your support for an organization, or advertise your business. Your purchase will not only become a permanent part of Nathanael Greene, but will help our PTA to provide much needed supplies and materials for our teachers and students. Thank you for your support.

Re elect Allen McNeill and Pat Hurley for NC House of Representatives Re elect Pat McCrory for Governor Re elect Dan Forest for Lieutenant Governor

Nathanael Greene PTA For more information contact Packets of information are also available at the school.

Call Us To Help

Gwen Taylor - Owner / Preparer 728 S Greensboro St, Liberty

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

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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

Scott Farm Rd. will be on your right. Follow Signs. WWW.COUNTRTYSIDEAUCTIONEERS.COM

Selling Personal Property: 2003 John Deere 790 Tractor w/Front End Loader only 413 hours, 4x4, Implements for Tractor, JD Finish Mower, JD Dump Trailer, JD Bush Hog, About JD Rototiller, Vendors Welcome Countryside Collectibles & Auction JD Utility Trailer, Boom Pole, Rorks, etc., Yard Furniture, Yard Tools, Hand Tools, Power Tools, Anvil, Enamel Pots, Fuel/Oil Barrels, Shop Fans, Wood Kegs, Air Compressors, Honda Generator, R/R Jack, Cast Iron Wash Pot, Chicken Coop, Tillers, Pressure Give us a call or just stop by to rent We are conveniently located at Our Auctions will be held in our Washer, Gun Safe, Wind Mill, Dinner Bell, a booth orEdger, showcase JD to display the Remington, intersection of Misc. Hwy 421 & Mall for your convenience (time Hay Silver Traps, .22 yourRake, Antiques and Coin, Collectibles Hwy 64 in Siler City, NC. Our & dates will be updated weekly Pottery, Scaffolding, Wood Splitter, Wrought Iron that you would like to sell. Fence, Drill Press, Lathe, Corn Planter, Horse Buggy, Mall consists of 30,000 square on our website.) A wide variety We send in Blower, all NC Sales Tax Boat, for Backpack John Chain Saws, Mower, feet of Antiques & Collectibles of items will b e s old at our you.Box, Household Items, Log Chains, Misc. Fire with a wide variety of collections Mall Auctions including Advertisement (Signs, Traffic, Tins, & Booths are only $1 a squareThermometers, foot MUCH, MUCH MORE!!! from many different vendors but not limited to: Collectibles, monthly with 10% commission on all sales. Furniture:coming from all around North Hoosier Cabinet, Oak Ice Box, Oak Server, Step Back Carolina and surrounding areas. Showcases are only $25 & $50 Cupboard, Farm Table, Pierced Easy Tin Cabinet Wood access to our Mall, with monthly (2 sizes to choose from) Cook Stove, Wood File Cabinet, Corner Cabinets with 10% commission on all sales. plenty of parking right at the Cedar Chest, Refrigerator, Quilt Cabinet, Rockers, willTable, make your shopping You Stock...We Sell... Hutch, Desk, door, Chest of Drawers, Porch Buffet, Chairs, Swing, Coffee Table, End Tables, Misc. experience with us, enjoyable. GIVE US A TRY TODAY!!! Cabinets, Wood Benches, Display Cabinets, 2 Leather Chairs, 2 Leather Stools & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!

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Ramseur Community Ramseur Spring Fling Antique Fair Auction Sat. May 14th Main Street Ramseur Tackett Auctions is pleased to be working in conjunction with the Ramseur Chamber of Commerce to bring you this event. Stroll historic Main Street Ramseur and take in all the sights and sounds of some of the best arts, crafts and food vendors in the region. The street fair runs from 9am until 5pm. Contact the Chamber of Commerce for vendor information. Join us under the big top tent at 2pm for the antiques and collectibles auction. If you would like to consign items for this auction please contact us ASAP to reserve your spot. We are looking for antiques, collectibles, knives, military items, coins, advertising items, furniture, old toys, pottery, country store items, tools, jewelry, etc.

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Ramseur author weaves emotional story about relationships, love, forgiveness in new Christian novel RAMSEUR, N.C. — Author Tracey Marley creates an intriguing, Christian romantic fiction, “Forgiveness for Yesterday.” This emotion-filled sequel of “Promise of Tomorrow” the first book of the “Heritage” series, is set for nationwide release this week. “Forgiveness for Yesterday” revolves around best friends Bret Sears and Chris Lanning. It is a story of a man with a past, another man with a secret and the women who love them both. The story starts with Bret and Karen McMasters, entering into a season of love with Chris and fighting the battle for his soul. The steps Chris has taken to turn his life around after the mysterious disappearance of his one true love, Laurie Callahan, sends him slipping further and further into a pit of despair that he doesn’t know how to get out of. Will Chris end it all or cry out to God for help? And what will happen when he finally comes face-to-face with the woman who started it all? On the other hand, will the secret sins Bret is entangled in destroy his and Karen’s relationship, or will it teach him a lesson he will never forget? Find out in “Forgiveness for Yesterday,” where God patiently reveals what it truly means to forgive and to be forgiven. Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at, or by visiting or Marley, who is an award-winning writer and graphic designer, resides in central North Carolina with her husband, Chad, and their two children.

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Finally the day came when ...the boy didn't lose his temper at all. He told his father about it and the father suggested that the boy now pull out one nail for each day that he was able to hold his temper. The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone. The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. He said, "You have done well, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things in anger, they leave a scar just like this one. You can put a knife in a man and draw it out. It won't matter how many times you say I'm sorry, the wound is still there." The little boy then understood how powerful his words were. He looked up at his father and said "I hope you can forgive me father for the holes I put in you." "Of course I can," said the father. It's not always anger, it is your actions in general. There are no "fresh starts" in life. There is no new beginning. Forgiveness comes easy for many people but the scars of the past, they never go away. Watch what you do today, because sometimes the price isn't worth the reward.

Randolph Cancer Center Hosts Health-Themed Bingo Night Randolph Cancer Center’s Kelli Mosher, PA-C, will call a fun and unique round of health-themed Bingo, March 15th, 2106, from 5:30 - 6:30 P.M., in Randolph Hospital’s Private Dining Room, open to anyone who enjoys a night out, playing Bingo and wouldn’t mind the opportunity to win great prizes, including movie passes, gas cards and Chick-fil-A gift cards. This particular game will be unique as it’s structured to highlight the importance of colonoscopies, the only screening test that can prevent cancer, increase awareness of colorectal cancer and address many of the most common questions surrounding the these topics. Colorectal cancer is the third most common type of cancer with 93,000 new diagnoses expected in 2016. It is also the thirdleading cause of cancer-related death in the United States. However, those diagnosed with colorectal cancer in the early stages have nearly a 90 percent survival rate. This event is one of Randolph Hospital and Randolph Cancer Center’s community education events offered each month to promote health and wellness. For more information about this screening or to register, please call Randolph Hospital at (336) 633-7788 or visit us online at

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Ramseur Community Free Balance Screening Do you fear falling when getting out of bed in the morning or even when walking to get the mail? Does it make you nervous to bend without using a chair for fear you might topple over? These are everyday tasks that depend on your ability to control your balance. Balance problems affect about 8 million Americans and 2.4 million Americans report having chronic dizziness. Individuals who experience balance and dizziness problems often feel embarrassed or limited to stationary activities. On Tuesday, March 15th, Jennifer Thomas, PT, with DeepRiver Rehabilitation will conduct free balance screenings from Noon – 2 p.m. at DeepRiver Rehabilitation at 600W. Salisbury St, Suite A, Asheboro. The screenings will consist of a series of balance tests to assess your risk of falling. This screening is one of Randolph Hospital and DeepRiver Rehabilitation’s community education events offered each month to promote health and wellness. While the screening is free, registration is required. For more information about this screening or to register, please call Randolph Hospital at (336) 633-7788.

New Life To A Landmark The Ramseur Chamber of Commerce shared, “We are excited to announce that Artist Louis Brady along with support from the Ramseur Chamber has started restoring the Coke sign in downtown Ramseur. Thank you Louis! Thank you for all the likes and shares about the restored Coca-Cola sign on Main Street. This project started from a simple suggestion from a Ramseur citizen. What other uplifting and positive projects would you like to see? Suggestions?” Great job chamber improving on a great town.

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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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