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The Liberty Leader Newspaper

OCTOBER 2015

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The Liberty Leader

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Free Monthly Newspaper

OCTOBER 2015

Volume 12 * Issue 10

Serving Liberty, Staley, Snow Camp, Julian, Climax, Ramseur & Franklinville October 2 Fall Festival (pg2) 2 Larry Sparks (pg15) 3 BBQ (pg22) 3 Fusion Kickoff (pg16) 3 Blessing Pets (pg2) 3 Dinner/Auction (pg11) 4 Homecoming (pg4) 9/10 Yard Sale (pg11) 10 Fall Festival (pg14) 10 BBQ Chicken (pg14) 10 BBQ (pg22) 10 Soup Bowel (pg12) 11 Karaoke (pg3) 12-15 Basketball Signup (pg3) 15 Mops Class (pg6) 15 Royal Harmonizer (pg9) 17 BBQ&Chicken (pg10) 24 TrunkRTreat (pg6) 24 Fall Festival (pg6) 24 Outdoor Movie(pg6) 28 TrunkRTreat (pg6) 30-31 Haunted Trail (pg6) 31 TrunkRTreat (pg14) 31 Trunk R Treat (pg11)

November 7 Free Movie (pg3) American Sniper 7 Gene Watson (pg15) 14 2nd Chance Prom (pg1) Visit Website For Online Calendar Of Events 

In Liberty Did You Know A Vote

Second Chance Prom

Yes, No or Not Voting Can Make Major Change In Liberty

Sponsored By Liberty American Legion Post 81

Come on out on Saturday Night, 14 November 2015 to the Liberty American Legion Post 81 on S Greensboro St in Liberty from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. pictures on CD’s For just a small cost: $40.00 “Shall the Town Of Liberty amend its Charter to change its form of electing p e r c o u p l e i n A d v a n c e the Council form the current system by which all five members of the council are elected at large to a system in which each member is elected from a district by all $50.00 at the door DJ by Casey, Dancing, Food, voters, according to a district plan to be determined by the Council” & Beverages All proceeds go So if the amendment passes, then the method for electing the Town Council will change to Support American Legion from an “at large” system to a “district” system. Once changed it will be hard to undo Post 81 Programs.For this. Advance Tickets call Post 81 At Large: (If You Vote No) (Current Method Stays) The current method allows any @ 336 622 4639 on person to run for the Town Council. The Council has five seats. The person receiving Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, the most votes fill the available open positions. If elected, a person serves for a term of evenings after 6:00 p.m. or four years. call Cary at 336 707 8177 District: (If You Vote Yes) (District System Will Start) Under a “district’ system, a person Please call for your tickets would have to run for a specific seat on the Council. The specific seat would be early, so we can make plans determined by where the person lives in Town. for the event. THANKS FOR So to help clear up this I hope the following helps. If the amendment passes (By Voting YOUR SUPPORT. Okay Liberty Citizens, I just wanted to make sure that everyone knew that by request of a few people a special item will be on the ballot for voters. The main point of the vote will determine how we elect future Liberty Town Council members and it will be up to the voters that do or do not turn out this November at the polls. So what is this that I am talking about, A District Ward System. On the November Ballot, Liberty voters will see the following:

Yes On The Ballot) , then the Town Council would be required to set up separate districts. Each district would need to contain an equal number of potential voters. Presently there are approx. 1,500 registered voters in Liberty. If the Council chose to keep members at five, then each new district would need to have approx. 500 potential voters.

So you may be asking where did all this come from, why change, why fix something that is not broken. Good questions. I was at both the town council meetings where I heard Donald Matthews address the council. The proposed change in how Liberty elects the Council was requested by Donald Matthews. Mr Matthews is the President of the Randolph County Chapter of the NAACP. He recommends that the Town be divided into five districts. One district would consist of an area along West Swannanoa Ave. This District would guarantee that a person from that area would be on the Town Council. The Ballot Question is on the November Ballot as the result of a Petition that Mr Matthews conducted. This was not placed on the ballot by the request of the Town Council . In NC, if ten (10) percent of the qualified voters sign a Petition, then the question presented by the Petition must be placed before the voters. The Question that appears on Liberty’s Ballot is the result of a Petition signed by the required number of voters in Liberty. The names appearing on the Petition were certified to be qualified voters by the Randolph County Board of Elections. Continued On Page 2

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In Liberty Did You Know A Vote… Cont.From Page 1

Liberty Town Mayor

Filmore York ( I would love your vote ) Remember To Register To Vote

Filmore York’s Bio

Story By Kevin Bowman I normally stay neutral of items, but when I see my home town in danger I stand up. These are the things that I want you to consider. Do not divide our town, we are not a large metropolitan city but a small town made up of friends, family and neighbors. I am very excited to see all who are running for council. One of the big things that could happen with this is, if we go to the district voting, and no one runs in that district on the ballot, then a person can get elected by a just a few write in votes. This is dangerous. The other major point is that we need voters to the polls. You may think my vote does not matter, but it does. Please make a point to come out to the polls. Also make a point to learn whom you are voting and what you are voting for.

Current Board Member Filmore York to run for Mayor of Liberty. Filmore is a lifelong resident of Liberty and is married to Debby (Smith) also a lifelong resident of Liberty for 43 years. They have two daughters and four grandchildren. He was a graduate of Liberty High School and Nashville Auto Diesel College. Upon completion he immediately received his draft notice for the military and then joined the United States Marine Corps for four years (1966-1970). He served his country during the Vietnam War from February 1968 until March 1969 as a crew chief and door gunner on a helicopter. He is a charter life member of the William Prather York VFW # 8721, and a member of American Legion Post 81 of Liberty. He is also a member of the Marine Corps League Detachment # 1165 of Asheboro where he has served as the Adjutant for three years and is currently serving as Paymaster. He worked for twenty-four plus years at Randolph Telephone Company in Liberty and then Raco, Inc, a telephone construction contractor located in Gretna, Va. as the Executive Vice President for 17 years. While at Raco, Inc. he worked in six states as the company grew from 180+ to 350+ employees. If you did not see him as a RTC employee, you may remember him for the 21 years he served with the Liberty Fire Department holding all Officer Positions and retiring as Chief. He is a member of the First United Methodist Church where he serves as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and President of the United Methodist Men. He is an active member of the Liberty Rotary Club. As you can see Filmore has a long list of roots he has established as Liberty being his home and being dedicated for the long haul in all areas of his life. I enjoyed getting to set down and catch up with him on his life. Filmore encourages that everyone should get out and vote! It’s a privilege that many countries don’t have.

Vote J.R. Beard For Liberty Town Council

Vote J.R. Beard for Liberty Town Council Who is J.R. Beard? J.R. Beard is a life long resident of Liberty. A decorated Vietnam veteran, J.R. returned from serving his country and began serving his community. He has served the people of Liberty for 44 years and retired last year as Liberty Fire Chief. J.R. is an active member of Hickory Grove United Methodist Church. He has served the Liberty youth as a Boy Scout leader and a Parks and Rec baseball coach.

Why Vote for J.R.? Simply put, J.R. Beard loves his town and knows his town--the people, the infrastructure, and how it runs. As Liberty Fire Chief, he has 18 years of experience preparing and balancing Town of Liberty budgets. He knows how to be a good financial steward of town finances. As fire chief, J.R. secured many grants on behalf of the Town of Liberty, including a new ladder truck. He is educated in the history of the town, from the water system to community growth. J.R. has been the familiar face for many in the community during times of emergency and need, always willing to help. He has the people skill set needed to bring concerns and ideas of the community to the Town Board. J.R. is a dependable, honest, hard working person who this town has counted on for many years and can continue to count on. He has a love for the Liberty community and its people that has shown in his dedication of 44 years and will continue to show as he represents the residents as a Liberty Town Commissioner.

Vote for someone who already has been giving dedicated service to our town for so many years. Vote J.R. Beard for Liberty Town Council. Thank you for your support! From the Committee to Elect J.R. Beard

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OCTOBER 2015 “NOTICE OF DESTRUCTION, DONATION OR AUCTION OF ARTICLES IN THE POSSESSION OF THE LIBERTY POLICE DEPARTMENT, TOWN OF LIBERTY, NC Notice is hereby given that the Liberty Police Department, Liberty NC, have in their possession bicycles, computers, firearms, driver’s license, wallets, clothing, cellular phones, electronics, US Currency, tools and other miscellaneous items through seizure, confiscation or found property.  These items have been in the possession of said Police Department over the required preservation time.  All persons who claim any interest therein are requested to make and establish such claim or interest to the Liberty Police Department’s Evidence and Property Custodian no later than 30 days from the date of this publication.  All claims for said items must be made to Evidence Custodian, Detective Phillip Cook (336) 622-2323 or libertycid@rtelco.net or 451 W Swannanoa Ave Liberty NC.  Proof of ownership is required.  The undersigned will offer said articles for donation, destruction, or auction after 30 days, auction will be handled by www.govdeals.com.   Unclaimed bicycles will be donated to a charity organization.  Funds from the auctioned property will be turned over to the Randolph C o u n t y S c h o o l S y s t e m .  Property not suitable for auction will be destroyed.

Did You Say Karaoke Challenge Julian N.C. Lions Club Presents The Karaoke Challenge 2015 Fundraiser. Sunday October 11, 2015 1p.m. to 6 p.m. Do you think you have the RIGHT STUFF? Take the Karaoke Challenge. Win a trophy as well as $50.00 cash prize. If you are the BEST OF THE BEST. Contestants will sing two songs one with the monitor the other without. You will be judged by a panel of judges on: Your knowledge of song, ability to sing it in tune as closely to original recording. Stage presence and Audience appreciation. Open to adults 18 years of age or older. A completed application is required prior to the start of the show. * See us on facebook Karaoke Challenge 2015* ***For information or to request an application*** Contact Karaoke Challenge 2015 @ 336-227 9851 or email@ karaokechallenge2015@gmail.com. An application fee of $5.00 will be charged and must be paid the day of the show. Amateurs only please. No Semi professionals playing in a band or solo and being paid for gigs!!! See us on face book for more info or a contestant registration form. There is a $5.00 Cover charge at the door for non contestants under 8 y.o. free All proceeds benefit Julian Lions Club. 7323 COLONIAL TRADING PATH ROAD.

Liberty Parks & Recreation Sign Ups Youth Basketball/Cheerleading registration will be held on Monday-Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m. on October 12-15 at Liberty Elementary School’s gym. The registration fee for basketball is $25 for the first participant from each family; $20 for the second child; and $15 for each additional child. Each player will receive a basketball uniform to keep. There is no registration fee for cheerleading but new cheerleaders have to purchase the uniform which cost $75. Basketball is for boys grades K-10 and girls grades k-8, and Cheerleading is for ages 4-12. For additional information please call the Dept. at 622-3955 or check out the town’s website: www.liberty-nc.com.

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LIBERTY GUEST COTTAGE “Short Stay Accommodations”

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

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

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Pressure Washing Over 20 Years Of Experience Houses, Roofs, Cement, Decks Any Type Of Pressure Washing

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YE OLD COUTRY KITCHEN 327 Drama Rd, Snow Camp Ph 336-376-6991 Locally Owned & Operated By Bryan & Melodee Wilson Hours Wed,Thu, Fri 4:30 to 8:30 Early Bird Special $2 Off Buffet 4:00 to 5:30 Thu- Fri Sat 11:00 to 8:30/ Sun Noon to 8:00

Notice is given in accordance with provisions of Chapter 15, Section 12 of the General Statutes of North Carolina.”  

Millstone Catering Snow Camp, NC Private Parties Welcome

Full Catering Service Check Out Millstone Catering Facebook

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OCTOBER LIBERTY CHAMBER NEWSLETTER

Gas- Convenience Store-FishingHardware-Food-and More

Pleasant Union Wesleyan Church invites our friends to attend our 113th Homecoming on Sunday, October 4 at 10:30 am. The Envoys will be in concert and a pitch-in lunch will follow.

Wells Health and Wellness 129 S Fayetteville St, Liberty (336) 622-3000

by: Teresa Bruchon Exposure! Exposure! Exposure! The annual Chamber of Commerce Business Expo and Luncheon was Excellent! We had over 60 business personnel to attend the luncheon. We had 50 different businesses represented, either in attendance, business displays, or providing food samples. We have had positive feedback from all. This is a great way to expose the highlights of your business, network and meet new business clientele. This year's event provided plenty of networking time and was also opened to the public. The Chamber wants you to utilize our many events to help promote your business. TASTE OF THE TOWN We want to thank the Following Restaurants for providing a "Taste of the Town" at our Business Expo: Basil's: Cashew Chicken & Spring Rolls Beaver Creek : BBQ China House: Chicken Wings Gracie's Veggie Box: Fruit Trays Hurricane Jane's: Chicken Salad Love in Action; CoGoP: Salad Main Street Grill: Pound Cake Maria's: Pizza Millstone Creek Orchard: Wine Cake A Piece of Cake Bakery: Bread Smoke House Bistro: Chicken Broccoli Alfredo Sportsman Supply & Grocery: Dessert Assortment Y'all Come Back Cafe: Macaroni Salad RAFFLE WINNERS As a fund raiser, the Chamber of Commerce commissioned Rhonda Murray of Liberty Hardware to paint a patriotic barn quilt.  1ST PLACE: Congratulations to Chris & Te'je Simms! Chris was the first place winner of the "Liberty Star" Barn Quilt. His raffle ticket was drawn at our Sept. Business Expo & Luncheon. Chris and Te"je are long time, local residents of Liberty. 2ND PLACE: Congratulations to Brooklyn Langley! Brooklyn won the Flag Window painted by Vickie Jordon. Brooklyn is a 15 year old who is currently taking classes at Randolph Early College. Her grandmother Helen Langley purchased the raffle ticket for her at Awesome Finds! Congratulations and best wishes Brooklyn. LAC Ribbon Cutting The Liberty Association of Churches and the Bargain Shop hosted an official Grand Re-Opening Event. The Chamber of Commerce provided a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.The LAC provides emergency assistance to those in need. The Bargain Shop is a quality second hand store in which the proceeds help fund the assistance programs. This new physicality also houses a local food bank. The chamber presented a canned food donation to the LAC. Cans were collected at their most recent Business Expo & Luncheon. We certainly want to wish this organization the best! They do so much to help others in our community. ***NOTICE*** SIGNS! SIGNS! SIGNS! Placing Signs on the Town of Liberty property, requires prior approval and must be pre-arranged through the Liberty Chamber of Commerce. (336)622-4937 or libertychambernc.com ANY UNAUTHORIZED SIGNS WILL BE DISPOSED OF.

Flu shots now available! No appointment necessary. Non-insured price: $25 Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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125 S Greensboro St, Liberty Ph 622-2111 Mon-Sat 9am to 7pm Sun 12 - 6pm (Locally Owned and Operated) Produce-Fruits-Hoop Cheese-Fresh Pintos F Smoothies-Ice Cream- Much More

How do you know which 2016 Medicare plan is going to be the best one for you?

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Get an assessment of your health care needs for insurance purposes from a trustworthy Randolph County

INSURANCE AGENT

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Earth Visions offers: Group Exercise Programs Group Outdoor Education Personal Coaching Total Body Awareness Call EARTH VISIONS to Learn More: 622-1844

Are you Ready to Jumpstart Your Life? Movement, Balance and Strength It's more than just Exercise M W F: 6am or 8am T Th 6pm

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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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Volume 12 Issue 10 Remember Pulley O’Briant’s sauce? Well...

Sauce

The BBQ sauce and marinade, is now

361 E Raleigh St, Liberty Oct 30 & 31 Start At Dark Until 10pm It’s Free But A Donation To The Liberty Food Bank Or Happy Hills Kennel Appreciated 14 Live Actors - Display All Ages Trail Portion Note Recommended For Kids Under Age 8

available at Gracie’s Veggie Box here in Liberty. We’re happy to say that our family tradition of over 35 years is now available for you to enjoy whenever you like. Next time you sit down for a meal, make sure you have us with you. email: pulleyssauce@gmail.com    phone:  336  601  2729

(Kids Under Age Can Wait At Front For Older Kids and Adults Go Through Trail)

Hickory Grove UMC Trunk Or Treat 10068 Silk Hope-Liberty Rd-Liberty

Sat Oct 24 6:30 to 8:30

Mt Pleasant Baptist Church 7103 Sandy Creek Ch Rd, Staley

Come See Free Movie Showing Every 30 Minutes Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown

Fall Festival Sat. Oct. 24 at 5:30 pm

UMC

Trunk or Treat Wed. Oct. 28 at 7pm

Ramseur Pharmacy Fast & Friendly Service! Prescriptions filled in 10 minutes or less

Ph 824-8247

6215-B Highway 64 E , Ramseur

Next To Five Points Medical

Most Insurance Plans Accepted/ Medicare Part D & NC Medicaid

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Mt. Hope Fire Dept. #38, 4th Annual Trunk or Treat, Oct. 31st from 5:30 – 8:30pm. Hot Dogs, Fries, Drinks and Desserts will be for sale. 6651 Holts Store Rd., Julian. Come 4:30 – 5:15 to choose your trunk spot. Bring children out for a safe way to enjoy Halloween Treats!

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MAY 2 24 2 Public Auctions – Online Bidding MAY Only JUNE JUNE 1 Estate of the Late James Lee Humble Liquidation of Farm & Shop Equipment JUNE 141 W. Brower Ave., Liberty, NC • Greensborofor L. J. Hand - MovingJUNE 8 Chapel Hill • Pittsboro • Denton JULY 5 Bidding Ends October 15th 2340 Jessie Bridges Rd., Siler City, NC Chapel Hill • Pittsboro • Greensboro • Denton NORTH CAROLINA JULY 5 Bidding Ends October 20th NORTH CAROLINA Selling House on .5+/- Acres & Contents – Antiques & Collectibles Remodeled in Last 5 Years! A Must See on the Inside! Highlights Beautiful Antique Furniture

Real Estate & Equipment Liquida!on for R. Nelson Wall & Equipment Liquida!on Real Estate for R. Nelson Wall

Highlights Most Used Very Little! 4x4 John Deere 5425 Tractor with Loader – Only 577 Hrs. John Deere X534 Riding Mower w/ Deck – 4 Wheel Steer John Deeere 673 Rototiller – 3pt. John Deere 709 Rotary Cutter – 3pt. 3pt. Root Rake & Box Blade Woodtek Woodworking Equipment – Planer, Sanders, Dust Collector, etc. Estate of the Late Chatham County Surplus Shotguns, Rifles & Pistols Garland “Doc” Estate of the Late Kirkman Chatham County Surplus

PUBLIC PUBLIC PUBLIC PUBLIC AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 1 FRIDAY, MAY 24 FRIDAY, MAY 24 10 AM 10 AM

PUBLIC PUBLIC AUCTION AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 8 Garland “Doc” Kirkman

SATURDAY, JUNE 1 9 AM 9 AM

SATURDAY, JUNE 8 9 AM 9 AM

2151 Lystra Road 720 County Landfill Rd. 2151 Lystra Road 720 County Landfill Rd. Chapel Hill, NC Pittsboro, NC Chapel Hill, NC Pittsboro, NC

Preview: May 23, Noon - 5pm Preview: May 23, Noon - 5pm

3664 Andrews Dairy Rd 3664 Andrews Dairy Rd. Greensboro, NC Greensboro, NC

Preview: May 31, Noon - 5 pm Preview: May 31, Noon - 5 pm

Preview: June 7, Noon - 5 pm Preview: June 7, Noon - 5 pm

(2) 5.5± Acre Lots Vehicles, Furniture, (2) 5.5± Acre Lots Vehicles, Furniture, Equipment Equipment Equipment Equipment Lot with Mobile Lot withHome Mobile Home

Vintage Engines Vintage Engines & & Cushman Scooters Cushman Scooters

18th 18th ANNUAL CONSIGNMENT AUCTION ANNUAL CONSIGNMENT AUCTION FRIDAY, JULY 5TH, FRIDAY, JULY 5TH,99AM AM

Held at theHeld 43rd Southeast Old Threshers’ Reunion at Annual the 43rd Annual Southeast Old Threshers’ Reunion

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OCTOBER 2015 Margarita’s $3.50 Wed Night

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Every Tuesday 2 kids meals per adult purchase of basket/ wrap / large salad/ blackboard item

Barbecue / Southern

124 W Swannanoa Ave (Downtown Liberty) Ph 336-795-1079

Family Run Business - We Take Pride In What We Do Fresh High Quality Products - Scratch Made Soups, Sauces, Dressings Walk-Ins, Groups, Take Outs, Catering, Waiter Service

Brick Ranch In Town Home On 2 Acres 32 Acres Partially Cleared Three Bedroom 2 Bath Home If you want a sold sign on your property give us a call.

Hours: Tue - Thu 11am-9pm Fri-Sat 11am-12am Sun 11am-4:30pm

100 MAN PROJECT HAPPY FALL TICKET SALES

HAPPY FALL! Ticket sales are going good for our 50” TV or $400.00 Cash Give Away sponsored by Chapter 915 Matching Fund Raffle and 100 Man Project, Inc. (C.A.R.S.). This is a fundraiser to raise at least $5000.00 to upgrade our wheelchair accessible van. Since the inception of the C.A.R.S. program there has been over 950 rides given to clients and over 47,000 miles driven to the appointments. Thus proving the need for this service in the Liberty/Staley area. If you have yet to purchase a ticket, please contact one of our members or call 336-622-5774 for a ticket. Drawing will be held at noon on November 16th, 2016 at the Liberty Fire Dept.

Quaker Lake Pumpkin Festival Come out to the seventh annual Quaker Lake Pumpkin Festival on October 17th! Enjoy hayrides, pumpkin painting, the tower swing, inflatables, canoeing, pumpkin smashing, live music, and games! Fill up on all of your favorite festival foods including hot dogs, pizza, funnel cakes, popcorn, cotton candy, and deep fried Oreos! We hope you'll join us for an afternoon of games, music, food, fellowship and fun! Admission is $2. Saturday, October 17 at 3:00pm - 7:00pm Quaker Lake Camp 1503 Nc Highway 62 E, Climax, North Carolina 27233

Win 50” TV Or $400 Cash

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From A Desire Of Love A Seed Was Planted A Heritage Of Love Continues from a seed of love that was planted and nurtured by a loving Christian lady. The Liberty Assoc Of Churches recently held a grand opening and ribbon cutting at their new location on West Bowman Ave. At that a picture of this lady was dedicated to the building in front of her children. That lady was the late Nell Rogers Herndon (1913 - 1999). Nell started The Bargain Shop in the late 1970’s to help First United Methodist Church retire building debt. She began the store in the back of Bush’s TV and Appliance (Now Awesome Finds) on Swannanoa Ave. Eventually, the Bargain Shop became a part of the Liberty Association of Churches and moved to the location on S Greensboro St. In May 2015, the shop found a new home on W Bowman Ave. Nell was well known and loved by many people in her community. Through the Bargain Shop, she devoted many hours of work and ministry to the people of the Liberty area. I encourage you to honor her life and her passion to share love by donating your items to the bargain shop, by volunteering your time and buy shopping here. For every dollar spent here stays here. This is great ministry for our area to be blessed to have.

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

Custom made decorated cakes for birthdays, baby showers and other special occasions Photo cakes A variety of homemade pies, cakes, and cookies Call Sandy At (336)622-2378

OPEN MONDAY’S

Please Call 48 Hours In Advance To Fill Order Manly Monday - $9 Cuts

Amanda’s Salon Highlights & CUT $45 Tintin’ Tuesday - Up to 15 Hi-Lites with a shampoo, cut & Style $25

Waxin Wednesday Specials

Old Timer Thursday- 25% Off Seniors 60+

Freeby Friday - Free Shampoo with A Cut

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

More Flexible Hours Call or Come Visit New Location

“Amanda Clark” - Owner/Stylist 6871 NC Hwy 49 N (Next To Ruritan Hut) Ph 622-5887 (KUTS)

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OCTOBER 2015 Shout Out To Sylvan Ruritan The club was awarded an award last night, Blue Ribbon for 2014. This award is based on service to the community, dues being paid on time, reports being filed on time. The big part is that we must have 90% attendance for the year. We need for you to start attending to help us finish out the year 2015. If you want to be a member but unable to attend, you can be an Associate.  The dues are only $44 per year and you are not required to attend the meetings. If you do attend, you would have to pay for your meal. We do not want you to make this decision, we want you to be an active part of the club. Their motto : Transforming Lives Sylvan Ruritans- Dedicated to improving our community and building a better America through "Fellowship, Goodwill, and Community”. Want to learn more or join, then Join us at the Snow Camp Fire Department Visit with us for our monthly meeting on the 4th Thursday of every month. We would love for you to learn about all the great things we do for the community of Snow Camp.

LOFLIN FUNERAL HOME OF LIBERTY

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

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First Baptist Church is having a BBQ and Grilled Chicken Dinner for a Mission’s Fundraiser on Sat., October 17th from 5-8 PM Tickets $10.00, Children 4-12 $5.00 3 and under free. Public is welcome. See a member for a ticket or just walk in. Eat in or take out available. Slaw, new potatoes, green beans, apples, drinks and desserts complete the menu.

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

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.

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

Liberty High School Class of 1954 Reunion. They met at Best Foods Cafeteria in Siler City on September 18, 2015.   

Generic Zyrtec 90 Count $9.99 Generic Claritin 100 Count $9.99

Smoothies Are Back !! $3.99

Prescription Discount Club

Call or stop by store for more details

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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Eagle Scout Makes Mark Joshua Apple , son of Jeryl and Gloria Apple of Julian, did his Eagle Scout Project at his church, Mt Hope UCC in Whitsett. To obtain his Eagle School Leadership Service Project Joshua decided to build and outdoor kitchen for the picnic shelter at his home church. It was an outstanding accomplishment that will be used for years to come. IT consisted of 2 gas grills, side burners, a stainless steel sink, countertop for food preparation and three storage compartments . Not only did he accomplish this, he told the left over material to build two - 4 foot serving tables on wheels. This is a great example of the things scouting is doing. Maintenance Landscape Installation Spraying Pressure Washing Grading

Leaf Cleanup Landscape Lighting General Construction Home Repair Property Preservation

Liberty Community Yard Sale Oct 9 and 10

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Service Since 1904 The Ramseur Area Civitan Club will host a Soup Bowl Saturday, Oct. 10, from Noon -5 p.m. The event will be held at First Christian Church, 1381 Church St., Ramseur. For each $15 donation, attendee will get his or her choice of a handmade pottery soup bowl made by a variety of Seagrove potters, plus all of the homemade soup they can eat. For more info, contact the club president, Judi Brinegar at (336) 626-6123.

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Boy Scouts of America, Support a Scout Fundraiser

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Every year local Scouts get the opportunity to experience new adventures such as camping, field trips and different outings they may not normally have a chance too. These adventures are possible with your local support of fundraisers such as Popcorn. When you support a Scout by purchasing popcorn, more than 70% of all sales is returned to your local Scouting Unit to help our Scouts have the Great outdoor experiences they deserve. This year’s Popcorn Sale begins on September 26th and will end on November 9th. There are several ways to help support a Scout during this period. Scouts will be out in the community at several locations with popcorn on site. We have confirmed October 17th at Food Lion Grocery Store, Liberty, starting at 9:00am. We are working on several other locations, so look for our Scouting signs. If you are not located in Liberty, or cannot make it to our community locations, and want to support your local Scouts, please contact our District Executive, Jason Powers (jason.powers@scouting.org or 336-880-8785). Jason will help you contact your local Scouting Unit. Support a Scout and help us develop the lives of our next generation.

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Randolph County Mayors Committee for Disabled Persons will host the second annual Disability Parade on Friday, October 16th. Since its inception in 1992, Randolph County Mayors Committee for Disabled Persons has strived to improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities in the Randolph County area by promoting opportunities to work and live in an environment free of barriers imposed by architecture or attitude. On Friday, October 16, 2015, we will celebrate Disabilities Day and encourage the entire community to celebrate & honor those living with any type of disability. The highlight of the day will be the second annual Disabilities Parade. The parade route will begin on Church Street and follow a short route down Sunset Avenue to Bicentennial Park in downtown Asheboro. It will be a day designed to allow individuals with disabilities to be celebrated and raise public awareness about the issues facing individuals with disabilities. This year’s festivities will expand to include a special area for organizations/vendors which provide services and support to persons with all variances of disabilities. Local talent, William Willard, will be on hand with some very special music in addition to a repeat performance from last year by the “Movers and Shakers.” In 2014, parade attendees assembled on Church Street, walked (or rode in wheelchairs) to Sunset Avenue and into Bicentennial Park. The first annual disabilities parade was quickly planned and executed in a span of roughly 5 weeks with hopes of drawing maybe 40-50 walkers and dreams to grow in the coming years. The official 2014 head count: Some 520 marchers, including 393 developmentally disabled walkers. We have moved our celebration to the month of October as October is National Disability Employment Awareness month. The theme for the 2015 National Disability Employment Awareness month is "Who I Am" The important message with this year’s theme is that people with disabilities are just that — PEOPLE, and like all people, we are the sum of many parts, including our work experiences. In celebration & recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, which is a national campaign to raise awareness about disability employment issues and celebrate the many & varied contributions of America's workers with disabilities, we invite you to help us find our 2nd Annual Award Recipients. We will recognize a Randolph County EMPLOYER who is improving the lives of the differently abled persons in our community as well as an individual EMPLOYEE working within Randolph County that is striving to embrace their own limitations and better function within the normal structure of everyday life. The Employer of the Year Award is given in public recognition of a company or organization that actively recruits, hires, and accommodates employees with disabilities. The company must operate or be located in Randolph County. The Outstanding Employee with a Disability Award is given in recognition of an employee with a disability who has provided encouragement & inspiration to others and has proven to be an asset to the workforce and our community. Employee must work in Randolph County. Presentations will be made during our celebration on October 16th. We have vowed to increase our presence in the community by promoting public and private awareness of issues pertaining to the challenges the disabled face. We encourage you to join us as we, along with local dignitaries, special guests and the community, come together for a celebration of people with disabilities and all they have accomplished both prior to the passage of the ADA 25 years ago and all the civil rights activity that lead up to it. Twenty-five years ago, through the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), our nation committed itself to eliminating discrimination against people with disabilities. This year is an anniversary year, a year to celebrate accomplishments and set new goals. We look forward to a great celebration and hope to see you there. For more information on registering to participate in the parade, acquiring a vendor space, becoming a parade sponsor, or nominating an Outstanding Employee or Employer of the Year email us at rcmcfdp@triad.rr.com or visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rcmcfdp

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MORE LIBERTY CHAMBER NEWS by: Teresa Bruchon

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October's 3rd Thursday Music Concert: The Royal Harmonizers

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The Liberty Chamber of Commerce will end its 2015 concert season inside this month at the Liberty Showcase. Our Final show will feature the Royal Harmonizers on Thursday evening October 15th at 7pm. Admission is a canned food donation, which will be collected and donated to our LAC local food pantry. We want to thank chamber board member Tabitha Schenkel for diligently contacting all of the featured musicians as well as, arranging sponsorship for our Liberty Chamber of Commerce 3rd Thursday events. Thanks to All of the 2015Â 3rd Thursday Concert Sponsors: Adams Home Repair Cross Road Vending Dr. Andy Sykes, DDS Liberty Association of Churches Awesome Finds Finders Keepers Shaw Accounting Liberty Advisors Liberty Recycling High Tech Collision Sportsman Supply & Grocery

Mt. Hope Fire Dept. #38, 2nd Annual Fall Extravaganza, Oct. 10th from 9am – 4pm. Vendors of all types, household items, clothes, homemade items. Hot Dogs, Fries, Drinks & Desserts for sale. 6651 Holts Store Rd., Julian. Call Lydia at (336) 263-4670 to reserve spot. Perfect time for Holiday Shopping! Â

Everyone Loves a Parade! The Liberty Christmas Parade! As always, the Liberty Chamber Christmas Parade will be on the fist Saturday in December at 2:30 pm. The date this year will be December 5th. The safest parade route selected by our police dept. will be the same as last year. It will start in the Freedom Family Church parking lot at 510 N Greensboro St and end at the Dollar General Store at 213 S Greensboro St. Many people in Liberty have requested that the Chamber bring back the professional or elaborate homemade floats. They really want to see the local businesses in town, "going all out" and showing off their businesses by decorating festive holiday floats. Since there has been such an expressed interest form the community for these more professional type Christmas floats, the Chamber would like to challenge you to make 2015 the best, most elaborate Christmas Parade in years! Go ahead, start planning. Show Liberty your  Christmas Spirit! Santa & Mrs. Claus will have a CASH prize for the winners!

Parade Registration Register early! Please contact the chamber's website; libertychambernc.com to download your Parade Registration Form. Contact the chamber office at (336) 622-4937 for more details. Parade Registration fee is $10.00

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Mt. Hope Fire Dept. #38, 2nd Annual Fill the Fire Truck for Toys for Tots. New toys can be dropped off at 6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian between Nov. 20th – Dec. 11th. Every child should feel the spirit of the Holidays!

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Would you like to help serve on the Chamber's Christmas Parade committee? The parade is a BIG production and requires a lot of manpower to execute. There are many components to making the parade happen. There is much to do before, after and behind the scenes. If you would like to be a Chamber Santa Helper....please contact us at (336) 622-4937 or libertychambernc.com

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Local Modern Woodmen Members Honor Hometown Hero Local volunteer, Karen Scotton of Staley was recognized for countless hours of service to the community on Sept 28 by local Modern Woodmen of American members. Karen was honored for her dedication to her mayoral position ,recreational sports and spirit of volunteerism through Modern Woodmen’s Hometown Heroes Program. As part of this program members of Liberty/Staley Modern Woodmen chapter presented the recipient with a certificate and $100 award grant, to be presented to the charitable organization of the honoree’s choice. “Volunteers from the foundation of a strong community,” Lisa Griffith, local Modern Woodmen chapter coordinator, “Modern Woodmen's Hometown Hero program gives us the chance to thank those who selflessly give their time to make the world a better place .” Coordinated by local Modern Woodmen Members, chapters provide opportunities to take part in social activities and community service projects to meet local needs. For more info or to get involved, contact Lisa Griffith at 336-622-6020 or lwgofliberty@yahoo.com As a tax exempt fraternal benefit society, Modern Woodmen sells life insurance, annuity and investments products not to benefit stockholders but to improve quality of life for our members, their families and their communities. This is accomplished through social, charitable and volunteer activities.

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Please come out to sign up your children for Recreational basketball or cheerleading at Liberty Elementary School Gym October 12th - 15th 6-7:30PM. Boys K-10 Girls K-8 Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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

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RC Community Health Survey

Oct 15th

The Randolph County Health Department, in conjunction with Randolph Hospital is conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment. In order for the assessment process to be successful, getting the opinions from Randolph County residents is crucial. Therefore, the health department is requesting your assistance. If you are interested in completing a survey, you may visit the Randolph County website at: www.co.randolph.nc.us/ph/. Please have surveys completed by October 15, 2015. All responses are voluntary and anonymous. If you would like a paper copy of the survey instead, please call (336) 318-6196 and one will be mailed to you.

Liberty Chamber Third Thursday Block Party 7pm to 9pm

Oct 15 Thursday Royal Harmonizers At The Liberty Showcase EARTH VISIONS

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Super Sunflower ... WOW Proud Great Grandmother Brenda Warren sent me a cool picture to post in the paper of her great grandson Andrew Wyrick. I So glad she did. I love these stories for the paper. You see me Andrew Wyrick grew this 15-1/2 foot tall (which is 186") sunflower in Brenda's flower garden. Andrew that is one impressive plant, you must have a green thumb for sure. I know Great Grandmother loves looking out and seeing this and smiling to see what her grandson grew. Andrew if a 4th grader at Liberty Elem School and is a beginner Weblo Boy Scout. The cool thing is Andrew is going to have the seeds from this giant sunflower on sale at our historical farm and garden store (Art's Town and Country on E Swannanoa Ave - Hwy 49). Great shout out to find young man.

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Liberty To Hold Special Concert In January


Walk To Remember: A Safe Haven for Memories

Under the direction and baton of Maestra SimmonsBurke, the WSSU (Winston Salem State Univ) has traveled nationally and internationally (i.e. Nassau, Bahamas and Prague, Czech Republic) recording and performing with major symphony orchestras such as the Winston Salem Symphony Orchestra, New England Symphony Orchestra and D’Vorak Symphony Orchestra. Students from the Randolph, Alamance and Guilford County are apart of  this  awesome choir.  They are composing a souvenir booklet to offset the cost of their travel, publications and accommodations for the choir and we are asking local churches and businesses to sponsor this grand event.  Ads and well wishes will be published in the booklets.  Deadline for Ads:  October 31, 2015 . The event will be held on Jan 10, 2016 at 2:30pm at Church Of God Of Prophecy, 902 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty, NC. Donation made payable to MLK, Jr Committee and sent to Helen Headen President . You can mail to Tonya Shoffner (Fundraising), PO Box 463, Liberty, NC 27298

Randolph Hospital and the Maternity Services Unit will honor those lives that have been touched by a baby through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth or newborn death at the Annual Walk To Remember Event. The event will take place on Saturday, October 24, 2015, at Hospice of Randolph County starting at 11 a.m. Walk To Remember is a 10-lap walk to remember the 10 tiny toes that didn’t get a chance to walk. A special program including music, prayer and a message of comfort and hope will begin the event. The walk will follow the program and will conclude with a balloon release and refreshments Walk To Remember is only part of how the Maternity Services Unit helps grieving parents. Caring Through Sharing, a program initiated by Randolph Hospital nurses, continues to help parents cope with their loss.Nurses at Randolph Hospital trained at Duke Medical Center in Durham and at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro before starting Caring Through Sharing. The Caring Through Sharing program uses Walk To Remember as a way to give parents an opportunity to remember their departed infant in an uplifting environment. “It also helps parents see that they are not alone. There are others who have been through the grief they are feeling,” said Julie Mabe, director of the Maternity Services Unit. “We realize this one event is not the answer to their grief, but we want the parents, and anyone touched by the loss of an infant, to know that it’s okay to still miss your child and it’s okay to feel what you feel.” Caring Through Sharing also helps parents create special boxes known as “Memory Boxes.” Memory Boxes are used to hold personal effects from the deceased child including a spoon with the year, the tape measure used to measure the baby, the outfit and blanket used on the baby, a lock of hair, a booklet of poems written by other parents who have lost an infant, the baby’s footprints in a seashell, information on grieving and telephone numbers for any questions.For more information on Walk To Remember or the Caring Through Sharing program, please contact the Maternity Services Unit of Randolph Hospital at 629-8817.

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-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. -Older brick home, 3 bedroom , one bath with single garage on one acre lot on main business thoroughfare in Liberty. $79,500.00 ( the tax value of the lot only is over this amount.) -3 bed, 2 bath country cottage on 7 acres, with a pond, outbldgs, $82,500. -Best building lot in Fogleman Acres, 200 ft.X 175 ft., priced to sell at $24,000. -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.

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New website shares assets and advantages of Greensboro-Randolph Megasite Asheboro, NC, September 15, 2015: Now that more than 1,400 acres are under control and utility planning is underway, the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite has launched a new web presence. The new website, at www.greensboro-randolphmegasite.com , was designed to convey visual and detailed information about the assets and competitive advantages of this site for an advanced manufacturing employer and to connect interested parties with economic development agencies for further information. “ Through a unique regional partnership, we have created a highly competitive industrial site and we are now ready to market this megasite, said Bonnie Renfro, president of the Randolph County Economic Development Corporation. “We designed this website to show off the many physical advantages of the land including access to transportation networks and location in the heart of North Carolina.” The centerpiece of the website contains interactive map layers showing the highway network, the rail lines, seaports and airports serving the megasite as well as detailed renderings of how more than 6 million square feet of manufacturing facilities can be accommodated on the site. Details on logistics, workforce and training and supply chain are also included. “It is exciting to begin sharing the competitive advantages of this megasite with

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the world, said Jim Melvin, president of the Joseph Bryan Foundation and chairman of the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite Foundation Board. “We have been working to assemble this land, and to make sure that the utilities and support are in place to attract an employer that can bring thousands of jobs to central North Carolina. Launching this website is the next step to make that happen.“ The website was developed in a collaborative process led by Marketing Alliance, Inc., an economic development marketing firm. Collaborators included representatives from Randolph County EDC, Randolph County, the City of Greensboro, the Greensboro Partnership, Guilford County, the Piedmont Triad Partnership and the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite Foundation.

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