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December 4th

How about instead of rushing from Halloween to Christmas, we use the November as a month of THANKS to properly prepare our hearts to celebrate CHRISTmas for what it is really about, the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ.

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a new push mower?

4 Bed/2 Bath, 1 ½ story Classic older brick home with oversize dbl. garage ,paved dbl. drive, huge game room, all new appliances,Restaurant

huge 2.6 acre corner lot, refurbished 2 story Chinese barn, mature trees, new roof and HVAC system. TASTE THE pecan DIFFERENCE $265.000.. We Use The Finest Ingredients- Fresh & Healthy Hours • 146 acres, old 421 Rd. North near Liberty city limits, long Ph 336-622-1518 Mon Closed 252 W Swannanoa railroad frontage, 70+ Tue-Thu 10:30am -10pm Food Lion Plaza acres clear, $10,000 per acre as aFri-Sat whole. 10:30am-11pm Liberty, NC • Building lots from 1/2 to 3 acres Sun in all10:30am-10pm areas around Liberty. Some are site built only lots, some modular, some doublewide & single wide lots. $22,000 to 39,900. • Call us for single family home rentals in the Liberty area! • •

ee our selection an Pro mowers.

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ts & Service

205 E6am-2pm Swannanoa Ave- Liberty Mon-Fri Office :622-1998 Fax: 622-5998 Sat 6am-11am

9 N. Ramseur, NC 27316 6) 622-0389

SunEmail: 7am -meachamrealty@rtelco.net 11am

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t The Shattuck-Lawver Agency, we have a long history f doing what’s right. That includes a tradition of personal ttention, and being right here in Liberty to help you protect hat’s most important.

top by my office or call for trimming. Shrub free quote today. Debris removal. Tree trimming and removal. Mulch. ed by a mutual company. Nationwide, Nationwide is On Your Side, and the Nationwide N and Eagle are service marks of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. © 2014 Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. NPR-0784AO (11/14) Gravel. Etc.

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All walk-in patients welcome Monday - Thursday

Walk Ins Welcomed OnlyWe ForAre Current Patients Open! CLIMAX FAMILY PRACTICE 1008 NC 62 East Climax, NC 27233 Hours: 8 to 4 Mon to Thur Call for an James Little, MD appointment

Welcoming New

Patients Of All Ages!

Ph 674-8237

1008 NC-62, Climax, NC

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

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Please Contact: Laura Adams 
 Job Developer
 360-471-8939
 


SENIORS Get HIRED! Are you age 55 or older or,HIRED! know someone who is? Helps SENIORS Get Helps

Are you unemployed and looking for a job?

Are you age 55 or older or, know someone who is?

Are you interested in paid on-the-job community service training!

Are you unemployed and looking for a job? Are you interested in paid on-the-job community service training!

! NC NCBA-SCSEP supports over 300 parttime positions in 18 counties by providing hands-on workplace settings for seniors to develop new skills and talents and support community service activities. Participants enhance or refresh work experience through exposure to various jobs. Must meet income guidelines, able to work 20 hrs per week, participate in assisted job search, earn minimum wage stipend.

! Calling Liberty Area Artists

Please Contact: Laura Adams 


NC NCBA-SCSEP supports over 300 parttime positions in 18 counties by providing hands-on Job Developer
 workplace for seniorsto to develop new skills and talents and support community service Have you wished there were moresettings opportunities 360-471-8939 
 to various jobs. Must activities. Participants enhance or refresh work experience through exposure practice your art in your own community? Then, 
 meet income guidelines, able to work 20 hrs per week, participate in assisted job search, earn we're calling on you to participate in planning to minimum wage stipend.

further our local interests in art here. This currently forming group will meet at 7:00pm on Please Wednesday, November 18 at First United Methodist Church, 123 North Fayetteville St. Bring your artistic ideas and dreams for art here at home. Just show up or call 336-622-4894 (Sandra Martin) for more information.

Contact: Laura Adams 
 Job Developer
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Ever wished you could draw, or would like to learn to draw better? Liberty artists will have a drawing class for adults and youth on Saturday, December 5, 1:00, at First United Methodist Church. Call for information. Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Liberty Hardware

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

130 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty, NC 27298 Phone: (336) 622-4701

A local non-profit 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.

Shelled Fresh Pecans Sugar Cured Ham Is Back

Community Area Ride Service

Call Dispatcher At 336-622-5774 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Good Supply Honey Christmas Flags

George D. Cockman Jr. Owner

Licensed Plumber Free Estimates

Metal and Plastic Rakes

COCKMAN’S 4436 Country Ridge Road

Liberty, NC. 27298

PLUMBING

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C(919)475-5825 H(336)622-6187 gdcjr@icloud.com 4894 Starmount Rd Liberty, NC 27298

Back Flow Certified Certified Pump Installer Water Heaters Commercial/ Residential

Call Or Text 919-498-4703

You Know What Day It Is..

LARRY’S SMALL ENGINE Servicing most brands of:

HUMP DAY!!! Riding & Push Mowers

REPAIR

Hump Day Dinner 6pm - 8pm Randy Carter

Weedeaters & Blowers

2nd Wednesday of each month Chain Saws & Hedge Trimmers

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

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South Eastern Karate Association Kick bin r Ca e v e F

Classes will be taught by 3rd Degree Black Belt Kim Garrett under the auspices of Master Instructor Peggy Jolly 7th Dan who trained under Master Young Yu of Greensboro.

Serving Liberty For Over 25 Years Ages 5 to Adult Starting New Students Any Time & Any Age $45 per month (family discounts) No Hidden Fees or Contracts Required

Call 336-202-3675 For More Info

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Office For Rent Old Nationwide Building Subleasing offices $550 a Month includes power, water, sewer, trash, internet ( Everything But Phone ) 500 N. Greensboro St. For more information Please call 336-399-2145

Amanda Salon And Tanning October Special Buy 3 Months for $100

ll rA o F es Earth Visions oers:

Group Outdoor Education

Ag Group Exercise Programs Personal Coaching

Total Body Awareness

Call EARTH VISIONS to Learn More: 622-1844

Movement, Balance and Strength It's more than just Exercise M W F: 6am or 8am T Th 6pm

Earth Visions

5264 York Martin Rd,Liberty earthvisions@rtelco.net Where Fitness, Fun & Fellowship Become One!

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Hickory Grove United Methodist Church Outdoor Fall Festival, Saturday, November 14 11:00am to 2:00pm Take out/tailgating hotdog lunch (including chips and dessert). Bake sale/Silent auction items. Come shop for Christmas!

10068 Silk Hope Liberty Road

Gwen Taylor - Owner / Preparer 728 S Greensboro St, Liberty Ph 336-622-5722 Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Serving Randolph County Since 1951. Delivery Available. email: sales@coxhomecenter.com Phone: (336) 824-7646 Mon. - Fri 7:30a - 6p Sat. 8a - 5p. Sun. 2p - 5p.

Get ready for those long cold nights! We have portable generators, Heat Tape, Heat Lamps and Bulbs, Insulation and Pipe Wrap to winterize your home. Also in Stock: Pressure Washers Push Lawn Mowers Air Compressors Generators Garden Tillers Space Heaters Portable Air Conditioners

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

Commercial Fans Weed Eaters Poulan Chainsaws Hedge Trimmers Coolers Leaf Blowers Blackstone Grill Supplier Bla

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Curbside Service who would’ve thought it, but it works.

Snow camp fire department will be having a

Many of you have said “I’ve turned my books in, I know I returned them but they are still showing on my record.” You surely did return them but they have to be quarantined for 72 hours before we check them in for safety measures. Don't hesitate to call If you think there’s an issue- we will definitely work with you to put your mind at ease and to figure it out. We love our library family, stay safe, be well, keep reading.

community meeting on Nov 8. At 2:30 pm at 8416 Snow Camp Rd. To elect new community board members as well to discuss building a new fire station. We will practice social distancing as well as face coverings.  If you live in the snow camp community we ask you to please join us.

Connie, Amy, Jenna

Cut-N-Up Hair Salon

336-622-8344 Tuesday - Saturday

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

129 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty, NC 27298

Phone: (336) 622-6223

Thankful for all our customers and to show just how thankful. We are doing 20% off all fall decor! Don’t forget to watch our Facebook page for our specials and upcoming Christmas decor!

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ROCCA’S BAKERY & COFFEE SHOP

Thanksgiving is coming soon! Please get your holiday pies, cakes, desserts, dinner roll/bread orders in now to make sure you have a signature "Rocca's Bakery" dessert for your holiday table this year!  Let us make your holiday a bit easier and delicious.  We bake your day better!  Please call the store to place your orders at 336-824-2200!

SUPPLY & GROCERY New Summer Hours Effective April 15th, 2017 Mon-Fri 6am-9pm Sat 7am-8pm Sun 1pm- 5pm 4508 NC Hwy 49N, Liberty

Phone 336-622-1531 Visit our new web page @ www.sportsmanssupplyliberty.com

Live Bait Sold All Year ROCCA’S BAKERY Mon-Friday 7:30am-5pm Saturday 7:30am-5pm 176 NC Hwy 49 N Ramseur, NC 27316 336-824-2200

(minnows, crickets, and worms) Fishing Tackle And Hunting Supplies

New Lews Conceal weapon class November Starts @1pm and lunch will be provided Cost $100 Please call 336-622-1531 to register

Rods and Reals

We have new AR-15's in stock! Also we are carrying shaved ice now

Hoop Cheese, Pinto Beans, Raw Peanuts, Country Ham, Old Fashion Candy, and Delaney’s Pimento Cheese, Homeland Creamery Milk and Ice Cream We Now Offer 90% Octane non Ethanol Gas Gas (reg, non ethanol, off road fuel, diesel)

BIG DOE CONTEST HERE Taking Entries

Hunting & Fishing License Sold Here Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Our Hours

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November Chamber Newsletter

It is with a heavy heart that the Liberty Chamber of Commerce has decided to cancel this year’s Christmas Parade. This decision did not come lightly but due to COVID19 restrictions the Chamber Board has decided that it is not in the best interest of our community and our business members to invest time and money in preparing for a parade without a guarantee that road closures will be granted for us to host the parade. Anyone who has paid their parade entry fee will be reimbursed. However, after much consideration we have decided to continue on and host the Annual Tree Lighting Festival on the same date and time; Saturday December 5th from 2:30-6 pm!

Join us for the Annual Tree Lighting Festival Saturday December 5th 2:30-6 pm on Depot St. Come out and celebrate the kick-off of Christmas with FREE pictures with SANTA, FREE Hot dogs and S’mores Roasting, music, craft vendors, a kid zone and more! Watch as we light up the beautiful Christmas Tree for all to enjoy! Don’t forget that every child who has their picture taken with Santa will be entered into a drawing to win 1 of 6 bikes! Pictures with Santa Sponsored by; JB Griffith III – Liberty Advisors Bike Giveaway Sponsored by; High Tech Collision Highway 49 Motorcycle and Auto Center Liberty Tire and Auto We are excited to continue this tradition again this year and could not do it without the loyal support of our Chamber Members! A Big Thank You to all of our Sponsors for graciously giving back to our community especially during such trying times! GOLD SPONSORS Liberty Leader Newspaper Randolph Communications Travis Kivett - -State Farm (Kid Zone Sponsor) BRONZE SPONSORS Hurricane Janes Kidds Drive In Liberty Woodyard Attorney Williams Flowe If you would like to become a VENDOR at our Tree Lighting Festival, please contact; Amanda Pabst 336-500-3252 // libertychamber@rtelco.net For a vendor application and payment details If you would like to SPONSOR the Liberty Chamber Tree Lighting Festival please contact the Liberty Chamber for sponsorship opportunities Thank you for your continued involvement, investment, and dedication to the Liberty Chamber and our citizens to make this a great place to live and work! PO BOX 986 Liberty, NC 27298 libertychamber@rtelco.net www.libertychambernc.com 336-622-4937

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HIRING Hardin’s Wholesale Floral Supply is hiring for its warehouse and cooler operations and also delivery drivers. Part time and full time positions are available. Billy Hardin sold this company 10 years ago so you won’t be working for him.

Apply in person at 329 W. Bowman Ave, Liberty, NC. Please no phone calls.

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.

Monday-Friday. from 9-5

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

Call Beverly at 336-312-8757 Beverly Meredith (CPA,MBA) shawaccounting@yahoo.com

139 W. Swannanoa Avenue P.O. Box 1490 Liberty, NC. 27298

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

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Bits’n’Pieces Presents SHINGLES Everything YOU need to know ! ! Part One of Two What is shingles? Shingles is the reactivation of a viral infection in the nerves to the skin that causes pain, burning, or a tingling sensation, along with an itch and blisters in the skin supplied by the affected nerve. It is caused by the varicella zoster virus, or VZV— the same virus that causes chickenpox.  When the itchy red spots of childhood chickenpox disappear, the virus remains in a dormant state in our nerve cells, ready to strike again in later life.   This second eruption of the chickenpox virus is called shingles or herpes-zoster.  You cannot develop shingles unless you have had an earlier exposure to chickenpox.  Shingles occurs when an unknown trigger causes the virus to become activated.  Most adults who have the dormant virus in their body never get shingles. What are the symptoms and signs of shingles? The first symptom of shingles is often burning or tingling pain, or itch, generally in a band-like distribution on one side of the body, i.e.,   around the waist, chest, stomach, or back.    Shingles pain can be mild or intense.  Some people have mostly itching; some feel severe pain from the gentlest touch, such as the weight of bed linens or clothing.  A few people may have general symptoms of a viral infection, like fatigue, fever, and headache. After several days or up to two weeks after the first symptoms are felt, a rash of fluid-filled blisters (vesicles) appears. These are similar to chickenpox but occur in a cluster rather than scattered over the body. The number of vesicles is variable.  Some rashes merge and produce an area that looks like a burn. Other people may have just a few small scattered lesions.  The clusters most often appear in a band called a dermatome, which contains nerves that branch out from the virus-affected nerve root exiting the spine.  The second most common location is on one side of the face around the eye and on the forehead.  However, shingles can involve any part of the body, including internal organs. Recent studies have shown that subtle cases of shingles with only a few blisters, or none, are more common than previously thought. These cases may remain unrecognized. What is the varicella-zoster virus and how does it cause shingles? The word “varicella” is derived from “variola,” the Latin word for smallpox. “Zoster” is the Greek word for girdle; shingles often produces a girdle or belt of blisters or lesions around one side of the waist.   This striking pattern also underlies the condition’s common name:  shingles comes from “cingulum,” the Latin word for belt or girdle. VZV belongs to a group of viruses called  herpesviruses.   This group includes the  herpes simplex virus  (HSV) that causes cold sores, fever blisters, and genital herpes. Like VZV, HSV can hide in the nervous system after an initial infection and then travel down nerve cell fibers to cause a renewed infection.  Repeated episodes of cold sores on the lips are the most common example.  Most adults in the United States have had chickenpox, even if it was so mild as to pass unnoticed, and they are at risk for developing shingles later in life.   In the original exposure to VZV (chickenpox), some of the virus particles settle into nerve cells (neurons) of sensory ganglia (a group of nerve cells that connect the sensory periphery and central nervous system), where they remain for many years in an inactive, hidden (latent) form.  The neurons in the sensory ganglia have nerve fibers that supply the skin and relay information to the brain about what the body is sensing—heat, cold, touch, pain. When the VZV reactivates, it spreads down the long nerve fibers (axons) that extend from the sensory cell bodies to the skin. As the virus multiplies, the telltale rash erupts. With shingles, the nervous system is more deeply involved than it was during the bout with chickenpox, and the symptoms are often more complex and severe. How are chickenpox and shingles different?

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When a person, usually a child, who has not received the chickenpox vaccine is exposed to VZV, he or she usually develops chickenpox, a highly contagious disease that can be spread by breathing as well as by contact with the rash. The infection begins in the upper respiratory tract where the virus incubates for 15 days or more. VZV then spreads to the bloodstream and migrates to the skin, giving rise to the familiar chickenpox rash. In contrast, you can’t catch shingles from someone else.   You must already have been exposed to chickenpox and harbor the virus in your nervous system to develop shingles. When reactivated, the virus travels down nerves to the skin, causing the painful shingles rash.  In shingles, the virus does not normally spread to the bloodstream or lungs, so the virus is not shed in air. But a person with a shingles rash—which contains active virus particles—can pass the virus to someone who has never had chickenpox or who has not been vaccinated.   In this case, the person will develop chickenpox, not shingles.   A person must come into direct contact with the open sores of the shingles rash.   Merely being in the same room with someone who has shingles will not cause chickenpox. Children who develop chicken pox generally fully recover; however, adults who develop chicken pox can become seriously ill. Likewise, a person with chickenpox cannot give shingles to someone else—but they can pass the virus to someone who has never had chickenpox. Who is at risk for shingles? Anyone who had previously had chickenpox is at risk for shingles. About 25 percent of all adults, mostly otherwise healthy, will get shingles during their lifetime, usually after age 50.  The incidence increases with age so that shingles is 10 times more likely to occur in adults over 60 than in children under 10.   People with compromised immune systems, a natural consequence of aging or from use of immunosuppressive medications such as prednisone, are at increased risk of developing shingles. Immune-suppressive drugs are used to treat serious illnesses such as cancer or from chemotherapy or radiation treatment, or from infection with HIV. Some individuals can also have re-eruptions and some, particularly those with significantly impaired immunity from drugs and diseases, may have shingles that spread over the body. Youngsters whose mothers had chickenpox late in pregnancy—5 to 21 days before giving birth—or who had chickenpox in infancy have an increased risk of pediatric shingles.  Sometimes these children are born with chickenpox or develop a typical case within a few days (see section entitled “Can shingles during pregnancy or at birth harm the baby?” for more information). Most people who get shingles have it only once, but it is possible for the outbreak to appear again. NIH Publication No. 15-307 Prepared by:
 Office of Communications and Public Liaison
 National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
 National Institutes of Health
 Bethesda, MD 20892 NINDS health-related material is provided for information purposes only and does not necessarily represent endorsement by or an official position of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke or any other Federal agency. Advice on the treatment or care of an individual patient should be obtained through consultation with a physician who has examined that patient or is familiar with that patient's medical history. All NINDS-prepared information is in the public domain and may be freely copied. Credit to the NINDS or the NIH is appreciated. https://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/patient-caregiver-education/hope-throughresearch/shingles-hope-through-research We will return next month with Part Two. In the meantime, contact us with any questions or with your own stories or snippets of information. Our community needs your input. Thank you so much! bitsnpiecesliberty@gmail.com

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November Musicians

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Sunday, November 1 (1-4pm)

Chris Bonelli

Saturday, November 7 (12-3pm)

Just 3 Jazz Trio

Sunday, November 8 (1-4pm)

Mackenzie Welborn

Saturday, November 14

Canned Christmas Music ( NO Live Music )

Sunday, November 15 (1-4pm)

Don Herndon ( DJK Band )

Sunday, November 21 (11am-1pm)

Cory Luetjan

Saturday, November 21 ( 1-3pm)

Mackenzie Welborn

Sunday, November 22 (1-4pm)

Chris Boneli

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Monthly news and information for the Town of Liberty — October 2020 Town Hall is open M, W, F 10-2:00 p.m. Please call 336-622-4276 for assistance.

Town of Liberty Governance Mayor: Filmore York Mayor Pro Tem: Tyson Nixon Councilmembers: J.R. Beard, Larry Coble, Chris Compton, and Don Herndon Our Mayor, Town Council, and Administrative Staff along with the invaluable assistance of the many great citizens who sit on our advisory boards and others who volunteer their time and services, all work diligently to make our community a great place to be. Questions, Comments, Concerns? Call us at 336-622-4276. Liberty Town Hall is located at 239 S. Fayetteville St. www.liberty-nc.com

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By Executive Order North Carolina will remain in Phase 3 with local and regional leaders being asked to encourage community members to remember the 3 Ws– Wear a Mask, Wait and distance at 6 feet, and Wash your hands with frequency. The number of cases are increasing with frequency. Help keep our community safe and healthy by all working together. Invoicecloud The Town of Liberty will be going live with InvoiceCloud, cloud-based payment system on November 2, 2020. InvoiceCloud will allow you to pay via credit card, debit card, auto-draft, and will allow you to sign up for paperless billing and allow the town to send you emails through the software. Please register your email with InvoiceCloud so that you don't miss any news from the Town of Liberty! Here Comes LEAF SEASON!

Public Services has been working hard on keeping up with landfill and limbs. Weekly updates on the Town of Liberty Facebook page are working to keep the community aware of the routes and completion of limb and landfill disposal. As a reminder, in order to keep up with this demand and pick up household and yard waste in a timely manner, it is essential that items be prepared in a way that it can be easily and quickly removed.

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National Night Out A Success National Night Out was held on Oct. 6th on N. Fayetteville St., near the elementary school. Intended as a night to encourage growing stronger relationships between communities and law enforcement, Liberty came out in support of this event. A special thanks to Taylor Presley, Will Doerfer and Kevin Carey for volunteering for the many, many cold water dunkings at the hands of the happy kids with good aim!

Welcome Engine 33! After returning to Newark, Delaware for its final inspection and pump test, the newest fire engine at the Liberty Fire Department is ready to go!

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Monthly news and information for the Town of Liberty — October 2020 Town Hall is open M, W, F 10-2:00 p.m. Please call 336-622-4276 for assistance. New Sewer Lines Maybe you saw the vehicles with mice on the side of them and the letters “KRG” recently trenching roads and putting in new sewer lines. As a part of the Golden LEAF grant, KRG has completed all the initial lines that were in the initial grant proposal with additional lines to be completed this month and enough money from the grant to rehab an additional 6 more manholes.

Thank You, Carol! Carol Kendall has retired from serving the Town of Liberty in the town offices. Thank you for your service, Carol!

Total Monthly Well Production was 7,227,500 gallons of water. That is an average of 267,685 gallon produced per day. 5,750,407 gallons of water was sold to customers. That is an average of 212,978 gallons sold per day. The water department spent 6 days completing water meters this month which includes the initial reading and re-reads.

Heather Stewart of the Randolph County Animal Shelter and their mascot Bruce came to share about adopting from the Animal Shelter at the Council Work Session October 19th. Bruce was found next to a road in Archdale still tethered to his dog house. The injuries he sustained from being thrown out of a vehicle led to him losing one of his eyes. Thankfully Bruce has recovered and is now the shelter mascot. Check out their Facebook page if looking for a new best friend. She said most of their dogs get adopted the same day. They have cats available for adoption as well.

Collaborative Movie on the Lawn The Recreation Department and the Liberty Public Library hosted a movie on the lawn at the library on Saturday, October 24 and showed “The Secret Life of Pets.” It was a lot of fun and MARK YOUR CALENDARS—we are going to do another movie on Friday, November 13 at 6:30 p.m. (rain date on the 14th)! Call the library at 336-6224605 for reservations as we are limited to 50 people. Movie is TBD!

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Congratulations to Brenda Hornsby Heindl on a promotion— Brenda Hornsby Heindl has been working as the Program Coordinator and children’s librarian at the Liberty Public Library since 2018. As of October 9, she moved into the position of Director/Branch Manager with the departure of Charity Neave Johnson. A resident of Liberty for over 10 years, she serves on the committee for the Patterson Cottage Museum, and has a farm in Snow Camp. She attended Berea College in Kentucky and then the University of Delaware where she received a Master’s degree in museum studies through the Winterthur Museum.

Town Council, Board,

Brenda looks forward to and Committee working with the community Meetings to develop programming, strengthen and diversify the Planning Board— Wed, collections, outreach, and July 8, more 5:30partnerships. pm forming Council Work When not at the library, Session— Mon, Jul 20, Brenda makes wood-fired 5:30 pm pottery, enjoys chasing her ABC Board— Wed, Jul two boys (9 months and 5 years), andpm spending time 22, 6:30 with family. Council Voting

Session— Mon,Charity July 27, We want to thank 5:30 Johnson for her Neave services as Director/Branch Watch the website for Manager and wish her the updates ornew changes. best as the joint Branch Manager at the Franklinville and Seagrove libraries.

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Robert Alan Dodson was born in Chatham County (Siler City), NC with great influence from his mother and father, Lib & Robert Dodson, who owned the Liberty Ice House. They instilled a great work ethic in Alan as a small child. Alan is a graduate of Eastern Randolph High School in Ramseur, NC and was a building contractor in the Liberty area. He currently resides in Greensboro, NC. His “break” into funeral service was with Loflin Funeral Home in Liberty, NC; he gained years of valuable experience with Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home and Forbis & Dick Funeral Home; followed by Triad Cremation, where he worked under the previous and current owner. With his experience and knowledge, he along with partner, Soo Ying Kilian, opened Cremation Services of the Triad, Inc. and Elite Cremation & Funeral Service in Greensboro, NC in 2020.

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Cremation Services of the Triad, Inc. is a full-service crematory with an on-site cremation facility and Elite Cremation & Funeral Service offers memorial and funeral services at an economical cost. The facilities were opened to offer families an affordable option for cremation and funeral services in Greensboro and all surrounding counties. When asked what he loved most about funeral service, he stated, “I enjoy assisting families with celebrating their loved one’s life with personal and lasting touches.”

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Family, Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry “Emergencies Seen Same Day” Located in the Forest Oaks Community www.southeastdentistry.com

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to Carol Kendall! Thank you for over twenty years of service to the Town of Liberty in Town Hall...We will miss you.

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