Liberty Leader Newspaper October 2016

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The Liberty Leader Newspaper

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The Liberty Leader

Free Community Paper By The Community And For The Community

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

Free Monthly Newspaper Events Calendar Oct 2 Homecoming pg.13 5 Comm Lunch pg.29 7 Fall Festival pg. 13 7/8 Yard Sale pg.12

8 Car&Vendor Fest pg.1 8 Steak Dinner pg. 23 8 BBQ pg.26 8 Fall Fest. pg. 30 8 Music pg.18 8 Yard Sale pg.6 8 Rooms Of Life pg.8 14 Block Party pg.11 14 Volunteer pg.29 15 Fundraiser pg. 13 15 Fall Fest. pg.30 15 Ark Ride pg.24 15 Fall Event pg. 15 Breakfast pg.24 15 Food Pantry pg.24 15 Hotdog pg.24 15 Yard Sale pg.24 15 Fall Festival pg. 13 15 Pumpkin Fest pg.16 15 Breakfast pg.5 15 Fall Festival pg.6 15 Blood Drive pg.8 17 Seminars pg.9 16 Pastor Anniv pg.6 22 Julian Mayor pg6 22 Poker Run pg. 9 22 Battle Bands pg.30 22 Male Chorus pg.6 23 Circus pg.15 25 Chamber BAH pg.18 29 Liberty Fall Fest pg.2 29 Motorcycle Show pg.2 30 Gospel Music pg.16 30 Trunk R Treat pg.23 31 Trunk R Treat pg.24 Nov 5 Hot Dog Lunch pg.12 5 Poker Run pg. 19 7-10 Christmas Sh pg.23 12 Craft Fair pg.28 19 Dance pg.12 19 10K run pg.30

September 2016

Liberty Fall Familyfest Very excited to see several of the community groups coming together to put on a small town event to celebrate the fall season with family, friends, coworkers, neighbors and visitors. A new event is always hard to kick start but it has been great to see the community stepping up. There is more room to make this event even bigger, if other groups and churches would like to be part of it. Feel free to call 336-404-9791 to learn more or with questions. Music line up has changed as Royal Harmonizers had a calendar conflict in their busiest month of the year. The new music line up is one of the town favorites singing duets, Keith Bartell and Troi Nance. They will be filling the air with music. In addition, we have a young lady that grew up in Julian coming to bring her voice to the stage, Holly Faith May. Also we have a new comer from Greensboro bringing his talent to the stage and Liberty. That would be Geoff Young. Several churches from Bethany Baptist , Freedom Family, First UMC and First Baptist has stepped up to offer help. New Life Ministries has also brought stuff to the event. There will be free hotdogs and chips provided by Liberty Rotary Club. New Life will be offering free corndogs, snow cones and more. The Liberty Boyscouts is coming out. So make a point to come out on Saturday Oct 29 for a great event. Read on page 2 for more info on this new event.

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Artists and Car Enthusiastic Join Together for Local Fenders and Vendors Festival The Fenders and Vendors Festival will be held on Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the Liberty Friends Meeting Church. Lean mean cruising machines and beautifully restored classic cars will be on display. Several are rare fines that you won’t just see anywhere! Handmade items only will be sold. Meet each artist in person with some artists even providing live demonstrations of their craft. Choose from pottery, clocks, caning, stained glass, candles, jams and jellies, home canned goods, wreaths, jewelry, holiday and home decor items and much more. Liberty Friends Meeting is also hosting a Hot Dog/Bake Sale at the same time. Take a break from shopping and sit down for a meal. You can also order your hot dogs to go. There will be a special set-up for drive-thru orders. The Liberty Lions Club will be joining us for this special event. They will be selling all types of brooms with the proceeds being used to assist the Blind. If you happen to have any old eyeglasses that you know longer need, please bring them by and drop them off. These glasses are re-vamped to be re-distributed to those who can't afford glasses.Liberty Friends Meeting is located at 316 N. Greensboro Street in Liberty, North Carolina. Rain date will be Saturday, October 15th.

Next Issue Friday Nov 4 Deadline Oct 28

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Liberty Fall Familyfest (continued) To continue about this great event, what means fall more than a hay ride. We will have two hay rides going that night. We have several great artist , so we are putting on a Pumpkin Carving Contest, bring your artwork you created to be judged. We will have an adult and kid classes. There will be several of our local crafters and vendors setting up to sell their local talent of art. They will be setting up at noon, so come early. Also we are setting a special section for motorcycles come park their rides and enjoy the night and show off their ride. Did we mention games? Yes we will have great old fashion games to enjoy. New Life and CGT Photography will have a great photo booth location that you can get your pictures taken in or use your phone / camera to take a memory picture. Do not forget at 6pm the Liberty Showcase and Liberty Advisors have joined forces to offer a free movies of the The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown inside the theater. Also during the festival you can step in buy popcorn, drinks and candy. We are still looking for more to help make this a great event. Nothing is too small to make an impact.


We Need You - Local Business, Civic Groups, Churches or Individuals - Lets make this a great FREE community family event for Liberty For More Info Call 336-404-9791 or email Vendors and Local Business Side Walk Sale Will Be Set Up From Noon to 6pm On W Swannanoa Ave Downtown Liberty

Free Motorcycle Show Sat Oct 29 From 2pm to 6pm Section Of N Fayetteville St At School

Calling All Bikers

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Liberty Mayor Appointed To Special Committee

Local Modern Woodmen members honor hometown hero

Randolph Co Board of Commissioners at their August meeting approved Liberty Mayor Fillmore York to the appointment to the Strategic Planning Implementation Committee. The purpose of this committee is very important to the community. More about the Strategic Planning. Our Randolph County community will face many challenges in the coming decades of the 21st century. Major social, economic, and other forces are at work shaping what the Randolph County community will be like. Challenges facing both our county and municipal governments will continue to increase as local governments are asked to focus limited resources on long-term issues impacting Randolph County’s Public Health, Safety, and Well-Being.Today, Randolph County and its municipalities are confronted with two realities. First, the 21st century world is changing and no community is exempt from change. Second, local government resource limitations require careful choices; local governments cannot be all things to all people. Recognizing the need to plan for future challenges, the Randolph County Board of Commissioners asked that a process be developed that would help our community identify and focus on long-term issues impacting the public’s health, safety, and well- being. This process is called strategic planning. The Randolph County Strategic Planning process has been unique and was designed from the beginning to include citizens from the county and all its municipalities. Active partners included representatives of business, industry, health care, education, agriculture, private and non-profit agencies, law enforcement, fire, emergency services, and other citizens with perspectives which contribute to the rich diversity of the Randolph County community. By openly discussing the strengths, weaknesses, problems, and opportunities that may confront the county, the planning process identified goals and strategies that will impact Randolph County.

Local volunteer Cecil Mock, Liberty, was recently recognized for countless hours of service to the community during a Modern Woodmen of America member event on September 26th. Mock was honored through Modern Woodmen’s Hometown Hero Program for his many volunteer activities in the community including welcoming many foreign exchange students into his home, teaching wrestling officials the rules of the sport, and has served on many school committees through his association with local schools as a teacher and assistant principal.. As part of the Hometown Hero Program, members of the Liberty Modern Woodmen chapter presented Mock with a certificate and a $100 award grant to be donated to the charitable organization of the honoree’s choice. “Volunteers form the foundation of a strong community,” says Amy Hutcherson, local Modern Woodmen volunteer leader. “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, the fraternal financial services organization’s Summit chapters, chapters and youth service clubs provide opportunities for members to take part in social and educational activities and volunteer projects to meet local needs. For more information or to get involved, contact JB Griffith III at 336-622-6020. As a tax-exempt fraternal benefit society, Modern Woodmen sells life insurance, annuity and investment* products not to benefit stockholders but to improve quality of life for its members, their families and their communities. This is accomplished through social, charitable and volunteer activities.

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Free Cooking Classes Learn how to shop for and prepare healthy, delicious foods on a budget Cooking Matters® is a cooking-based nutrition education program that empowers kids, adults, and families with skills, knowledge, and confidence to plan and create nutritious meals on a limited budget. Courses are taught by professional chefs and nutritionists. Cooking Matters participants receive: Meal planning and cooking instruction Lessons on nutrition and healthy living An in-class meal or snack Cooking Matters Curriculum & Recipe Book For More Info Contact: Kristin Larson (336) 625-3389 ext 229 We are surveying now an interest in this class. We are planning a 6-week series that will start at the end of October or beginning of November. So let us know your thoughts and interest. Another great resource from the desk at the Liberty Senior Center.

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

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A Great New Restaurant Review Story By Belle Windham There's a new restaurant in town and it is great! I have eaten at 2 Sister's Cafe several times now and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes home cooking, fast service, nice servers and quality food at reasonable prices. I was so happy to see a new restaurant move into town and I just had to go try it. I have had the breakfast twice and lunch once. My son enjoyed the kids' meal and said the cheeseburger was the best! Then he stole some of my chicken tenders. I didn't mind because they give you enough food to share. The waitstaff remembered me and greeted me like an old friend on my second visit. I love the decor inside, it is very homey and they even have succulents in mason jars on every table. The 2 sisters who own the restaurant are always in house and you can tell they care about their diners. The cook even came out and asked us how the food was, I really appreciated that. They have different lunch specials daily; burgers, salads, hot dogs and chicken tenders daily, along with veggies and other sides. Their breakfast features farm fresh eggs, grits, country potatoes, biscuits, toast, pancakes, omelets and many different choices of meats. I am so hungry now, I think I will wrap this up with some pictures of their delicious food and get over to 2 Sister's Cafe as soon as I can! 2 Sisters Cafe is located at 766 S Greensboro St, Liberty, NC 27298. You can reach them at 336-795-1035 and they are open Tuesday - Saturday from 7am to 3pm, Friday and Saturday from 5pm to 8pm and Sunday from 8am to 2:30pm.

Fall Breakfast Fundraiser October 15th, 7am-11:30am Donations received for the breakfast. Welker’s Crossroads Evangelical Methodist 3829 Old Julian Road Julian, NC 27283 Contact: Rev. John Phillips Cell: 336-266-9325 E-mail: Website:

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766 S Greensboro St. Liberty Dine In - Take Out - Call In Orders Welcomed Hours Tue-Sat 7am to 2:30pm Sun 8am to 2:30pm Fri & Sat 5pm to 8pm

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100 Man Project, Inc. UPDATE

The Randolph County Unrestricted Endowment Fund a part of the NC Community Foundation has granted the 100 Man Project, Inc. a gracious gift of $750.00 for the C.A.R.S Vehicle Maintenance for the year of 2016/2017. We are so grateful for the generous gift and will strive to continue to serve the Liberty/Staley community accordingly.

Tim’s Barber Shop 520 N Greensboro St Liberty, NC

Mowing And

Seeding Available

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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

Seeding & Fertilizing Wade Pruning & Trimming Irrigation Hardin Property Clean Up Removal Landscapes Bobcat &Tree Dump Truck


Wade Hardin (336)240-7925

Pine Needles & Mulch New Installations (and repairs) Insect & Disease Control

2016 100 Man Project Fund Raiser

Tim Royal Owner 336-622-3100 Hours: Wed,Thu, Fri 8am to 6pm Tues, Sat 8am- Noon


Community Area Ride Service

August is our 2016 Fund Raiser for the year. This year we will be working toward replacing our aging 2004 Honda Civic with almost 200,000 miles on it. We have just had to replace the transmission in it. Please watch for other fundraising promotions during the month. For More Info Call 336-622-5774 We are a 50l© (3) Charitable Organization that is tax deductible. Please consider including us in your year’s donation as we assist those people in the Liberty/Staley area that do not have transportation to the doctor, hospital or appointments.

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Julian Lions Club Annual Honorary Mayor Race October 22, 2016

Place 123 S Greensboro St, Liberty Ph 336-795-0010 Friday 4:00-9:00pm(Fish &Chicken) Sunday Noon -4pm (Buffet Style) Restaurant, Catering,& Event Center Homestyle Cooking With Love & Blessing!

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Held since the 1960’S Julian’s Lions Club Annual Honorary Mayor Race scheduled for Oct. 22, 2016 – food served at 5pm Action starts at 6:30pm • Located at the Julian Lions Club, 7323 Colonial Trading Path, Julian NC, 27283 • We have two candidates for Honorary Mayor from our community • Club splits into two teams and each team supports one candidate • Teams must raise money for club to support their candidate • For the candidate to win their supporting team must raise the most money • Activities for raising money include food sales, yard sales, broom sales, donations, etc. • At the club that night: o Live Auction o 8 items to be silent auction o Cake walks o Games and activities for kids provided o Hot dog / hamburger meal o Brunswick Stew Sale o One raffle will be held with prizes of $300, $200 and $100, $1 tickets available that night • All monies raised are used by the club to support local projects through-out the year • Including local family support, local school needs, support work program for local trail life troop, • Thanksgiving meals and Christmas Party for local blind and visually impaired persons, • Brighter Vision Drive, Camp Dogwood, Boy’s and Girl’s Home, Hearing and Speech Programs, • Eye Research at Duke and Wake Forest “Our Mayor is truly the best money can buy!” Check us out on Facebook or our Website or call 336-339-3139 for more information • •

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Yard Sale

Place---Edwards Grove Baptist Church Date----October 8, Time----7:00 AM -1:00

Edwards Grove Youth will be having their

Fall Festival

Saturday October 15 at 6:00 PM

Edwards Grove MBC will have their

Annual Golden Age Service Sunday October 16, 11:00 AM Edwards Grove will be celebrating their

Pastor Calvin Stokes Anniversary , Sunday October 16, at 2:30 . Guest speaker Bishop Lawrence Tate pastor of Lewis Grove Holiness Church and congregation will be rendering afternoon service.

Edwards Grove Male Chorus will be celebrating their Anniversary on Saturday October 22nd at 6:00 PM and Sunday October 23rd at 2:30. Everyone is invited to attend.-2981

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Supply and Ice Cream Story By Elisabeth Leake Stopping at the stop sign as I pulled up to Highway 49, I could see the place in front of me just to my right. Tall trees, already laden with fresh, green leaves, made an emerald canopy behind the building. Filled with potholes, a small section of Sandy Creek Church Road ran along the left side. I drove into the parking lot of a mottled mix of old pavement, potholes, and gravel. I parked by the old, faded blue ETS Payphone by the corner of the old parking lot. Two old gas pumps still in use found shelter from the spring drizzle under the rain cover. My eyes scanned the lot until they met the advertising sign that read: “TOMATOES & SEED POTATOES WRANGLER 20% OFF FRESH BROWN EGGS” While I continued to survey, a man wearing a white tee-shirt, camouflaged shorts, and bright red sneakers hopped out of his golden SUV and went inside to pay. That brought my attention to the appearance of the building itself. It sits quietly in its white paint, while the windows (one of which is hidden by a “LIVE BAIT” sign) peek out behind black iron bars. Simple, black letters spell out “SPORTSMAN SUPPLY & GROCERY.” A simple gas station in the rural North Carolina farm land, Sportsman has been there longer than I have been around. Local businesses have a personality all their own. Each one is different and adds a colorful, cultural touch to any community. Sportsman is a great example of one such place, and it is only a bike ride from my home. I walked toward the door as the light rain speckled my glasses. The weather was mild and felt refreshing on my arms and face. Inside, a particular scent was prevalent: an odd mix of produce, peanuts and country. The walls of cinder blocks are painted white, and the floor beneath is bare concrete. A supporter post in front of the door boasts two stuffed deer heads and a fish. To the right of the door, a freezer holds one of the best things about Sportsman: ice cream. On that particular day, the flavors included “Home-style Butter Pecan,” “Caroline's Coffee and Caramel,” and “Wild-berry Cheesecake.” Atop the freezer sat a massive glass jar of “Hannah’s Pickled Sausage” next to another jar of huge bumpy, green pickled cucumbers. A fifty-pound bag of raw peanuts and bags of seed potatoes sat in front of the freezer. Among the stocked shelves and refrigerator , items for sale include the following: Simply Southern products, farm fresh eggs, cheese, Amish Country butter, pink pickled eggs, pickled okra, and homemade molasses from Julian, NC. To the left of the door is the pay counter, and beyond that is the sportsman section of the store. It is stocked with such hunting and fishing gear as camouflaged shirts, bows and arrows, rifle cases, and fishing rods along with other clothing of belts, caps, and jeans. To the back of the building, a large divided tub swarms with minnows. Their little bodies slither about the tank like eels. A strong odor of rotten vegetables arose from a white, wooden box housing the chirping crickets. There is much to buy, but the people who run the shop and work at it may be an even better treat. I first met Brittany, a college student employee at Sportsman, at the pay counter. She wore a light blue, short sleeve shirt, and her blond hair was put up in a pony tail. In a calm southern draw, she informed me, “I've known Karen [the owner] for a while; she used to babysit my little brother.” Meanwhile, a man wearing a camouflaged cap came in to get crickets. As he filled a bag with tomatoes, he commented, “I'm about to run outta hands.” Brittany chuckled and asked, “Do you want more in there?” “No, I'm good.” This little interaction between customer and worker shows how friendly the people are. Many times Brittany and Karen would greet the customers by name. Later, Karen, the friendly owner said, “I grew up with these people. They all know me.” Brittany told me, “I like the people I work with and the person I work for.” That is understandable. I liked Karen the moment I met her. Her kind smile, leathery face, and strong, deep laugh went well with her friendly, southern demeanor. She and her husband have owned the store on two different occasions: the first time was from 1991 to 2001, and then they bought it again in August of 2014. Sportsman is definitely “by the people, for the people.” Karen explained, “We try to do as much locally to stay to the community.” They try to “cater to both men and women.” Karen said, “We're pretty busy.” However, they are busier during the summer because the ice cream gets very popular, and people are more likely to go fishing. Smiling, Karen informed me, “At Sportsman, we've gotta one-stop shop. If we don't have it, you don't need it,” she added with a laugh. Karen told me a little abut the place's history. It used to be a mechanic's shop, which explains why one side of the building (the grocery half) is taller than the other. Underneath the concrete floor, the car lift still sits, and the drop-ceiling remains overhead. The bars on the windows and doors reflect back to the break-ins the business has had in the past. The name of the shop refers to the hunting gear that is prevalent in the one half of the store; besides, everyone has always known it as “Sportsman.” However, Karen told me that some people write out the checks to “Karen’s.” A man in a camouflaged shirt, black pony tail, and earrings came in for a bottle of chocolate milk. During conversation, Karen remarked, “We have loyal customers who come back no matter what, so that makes us feel good.” When I asked what her customers are usually like, she stated, “I'd say 75 percent are that –the hunter/ fisher type.” Brittany went on to say, “I see mainly men come in here.” Whatever people come for, one thing is obvious, they like the ice cream. Karen made several references to that bonus of their shop and said that customers tell them, “Y'all have the best ice cream!” For $2.00 per small cup, they have one of the best deals around. Sportsman is surely not an ordinary gas station, but it gives an outstanding cultural touch to the North Carolina country. I could have stayed longer, but time and other things to do bade me leave. However, there was still one more thing to do. I surveyed the ice cream flavors again, and Karen asked, “Do you want some?” Want some? I most certainly did! She piled the “small” cup high with the sweet treat. I sunk my mouth into a spoonful of cool, creamy “Homeland Orange Creamsickle” ice cream. What better place to get ice cream than a country, locally-owned gas station?

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A City on our Knees

By: Andy Clapp My four-year-old daughter has arrived at the stage where she likes to repeat things. She likes to read the same books over and over again. She has watched her Pirate Fairies movie at least thirty times. Now, she has a song we have to play repeatedly when we are driving around town. TobyMac’s “City on our Knees” has become the song she wants played and never seems to get tired of hearing. She sings along and as the song ends, she asks, “Daddy, can you play my favorite song again?”

I thought about this song the other day and how the message is sinking into my little girl’s mind. Though she may not understand it all at this stage in life, she will as she grows older. For me, I am convinced that my daughter’s obsession is a gentle reminder from God that I am to spend more time in prayer. As I look around our state and our nation today, I am sure that prayer and the intervention of the Lord is the only hope we have for our society today. We discuss the issues of the day more with other limited people than we do with our omnipotent God.

As the children of Israel went astray, we see where Moses was the one who prayed for the people. The children of Israel made a god, a golden calf, and began to worship the idol. God’s anger began to burn against the children of Israel as a result of their rebellion, then we see Moses’ response. Exodus says, “But Moses interceded with the Lord his God.” (Exodus 32:11 HCSB) Moses pleaded with the Lord to spare the people and give them a chance to turn back to Him. As Moses pleads, we later read, “So the Lord relented concerning the disaster He said He would bring on His people.” (Exodus 32:14 HCSB)

In Ezekiel, we would see a different story, a nation in peril, but no one willing to be the one to intercede for the nation. Ezekiel 22:30 says, “I searched for a man among them who would repair the wall and stand in the gap before Me on behalf of the land so that I might not destroy it, but I found no one.” (Ezekiel 22:30 HCSB) As God looks at the United States today, we are posed with this question: who will stand in the gap?

The lost souls of this world will not be the ones who spend time in prayer as their lives are centered on anything but God. The mockers and scoffers of this age will not beckon the Lord to intervene as they do not believe in the power of God. Who does that leave? The only ones who can stand in the gap are the ones who not only believe in the power of God but also believe in the power of prayer. Those who have experienced the hand of God at work in their lives understand that the Spirit of God can again move in this generation in a mighty way, shifting the path of the nation away from the destruction it is currently barreling towards. Will we stand in the gap? Will we spend time in prayer asking God to heal our nation and change the course of this nation? The time has come for this city, our town of Liberty, to become a city on its knees, bowing before the Lord and begging the Lord to intercede in these perilous times. May we look beyond what divides us and see that which unites all believers, the bond that we have through the blood of Christ, and call upon the power of God to heal a nation that is drowning in despair.

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Town of Pleasant Garden Blood Drive The Town of Pleasant Garden with the American Red Cross will host their annual blood drive on Saturday, October 15, 2016 from 9:00am to 1:30pm at Town Hall on 4920 Alliance Church Road. Appointments may be scheduled online at and search: Town of Pleasant Garden For any questions or additional information, please contact P l e a s a n t G a r d e n To w n H a l l a t 336-674-3002 or the American Red Cross directly at 1.800.RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767)

The Rooms of Your Life Meetings Every Tuesday At 7pm Cub Scouts Pack 502 Meets At Liberty FUMC Fellowship Hall 123 N Fayetteville St, Liberty Boy Scouts Troop 502 Meets At Scout Hut 336 N Kirkman St, Liberty

Saturday, October 8th, 10 am—1 pm First United Methodist Church 123 N. Fayetteville St., Liberty NC Phone 336 622-4682

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. ROOMS TO BE VISITED: Dining Room — Spiritual Growth Prayer Closet Kitchen — God’s Will Patio — Balance in Our Lives BRUNCH WILL BE SERVED Call: Barbara 336 879-2266 Gloria 336 622-3661 First UMC 336 622-4682

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Just something to think about today…

Did you know the people that are the strongest are usually the most sensitive?

Did you know the people who exhibit the most kindness are the first to get mistreated?

Did you know the one who takes care of others all the time are usually the ones who need it the most? Did you know the 3 hardest things to say are I love you, I'm sorry, and Help me.

Sometimes just because a person looks happy, you have to look past their smile and see how much pain they may be in. To all my friends who are going through some issues right now—

Let's start an intention avalanche. We all need positive intentions right now. I

Give a moment of support to all those who have family problems, health struggles, job issues, worries of any kind and just need to know that someone cares. Do it for all of us, for nobody is immune.


MINARS on Long-Term Care

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SEMINARS Long-Term Care and planon for yourself” “How to take care of Mom and Dad

Beginning September 19th @ 7:00 pm SESSIONS COVER:

and plan yourself”Care September 19:for Long-term October 17: Care Options

Beginning September 19th @ 7:00 pm

November 14: Advance Directives


December 15: Rights of the Family

September 19: Long-term Care

January 16: Dementia

October 17: Care Options

February 20: Alzheimer's Hospice

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November 14: Advance Directives

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DecemberCall 15: Rights of the Family QUESTIONS? (336) 622 - 5844


January Dementia This month's seminar is 16: going to cover the different types of care.February Starting with types of care options for 20: Alzheimer's Hospice staying at home, then different types of agencies that you can510 go N. to Greensboro during theStday whenNCyou can stay * Liberty alone at night. Last we will go over long term QUESTIONS? Call (336) facilities. Guest speakers will 622 be- 5844 coveting these topics. Seminar will be held at Freedom Family Church, 510 N Greensboro St, October 17, at 7 pm. Come out and hear what type of care is best for your situation.

Spina Bifida Poker Run Hosted By: Southern Chaos MC

Proceeds To Benefit The Spina Bifida Assoc. Audrey Rose here was born with a defect that affects over 177,000 Americans. She will be having surgery in the months ahead.

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Oct 22 Register 8:30am KSU 11am $20 Rider - $5 Passenger Hotdog Plates $5 Auction- 50/50 - Vendors Start: Hurricane Jane’s Restaurant 161 S Greensboro St, Liberty, NC Live Music


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Fall And Winter Clothing Lines

Fresh Bunch Of Tie Dyed Long Sleeves

Holiday Clothing Coming Out Soon

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Whatley Eagle Scout Shout Out

2 bedroom/1 bath in Liberty, central heat and air, replacement windows, carport, $57,500.00

Story By Robin Breedlove

Office building (carpet and floor vinyl store), currently used as a 3 bedroom, one bath single family dwelling in main town of Liberty. $73,500.00

It is an exciting venture when one sets a lofty goal and works hard to reach it. When it can combine with something that benefits the community, it makes it even more special. For Liberty’s Andrew Whatley this is exactly what has happened on his path to reach his goal. Whatley, son of Patrick Whatley and Tracy Whatley, both of Liberty, joined Scouts in first grade when he was six years old. Whatley, a junior at Providence Grove High School, recently submitted his final project and paperwork to become Liberty’s newest Eagle Scout. The culmination of his road to Eagle Scout is a project that will serve his community and honor veterans. Whatley’s Eagle Scout project was to refurbish an old book return dropbox from the Liberty Public Library and turn it into a flag retirement dropbox. “I knew people were dropping old American flags off at the Legion Post and many ask what to do with old flags no longer in the shape to be used,” said Whatley, of why he chose this project.

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Local scouts hold flag retirement ceremonies throughout the year, including an annual one that coincides with Veterans Day. During that time, collected flags are taken to the Scout Hut and prepared for retirement, stated Whatley.

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

“I wanted to do this as my Eagle Scout project for a couple of different reasons. One it gives citizens a proper way to dispose of flags and two it is a way to honor the amount of Americans that have died, which our flag represents,” said Whatley.


Whatley received assistance with his project from a veteran special to him, his grandfather J.R. Beard. “I definitely couldn’t have done it without him and all of his help,” he said. Since placing the Flag Retirement Dropbox at the American Legion Hut Whatley estimates 150 American flags have been dropped off. These flags will be respectfully retired at the next Scout’s next flag retirement ceremony in November. In his ten years of scouting, Whatley has kept his eye on the goal of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in Scouting.



“It has been my personal goal since first grade,” said Whatley. “To me it is a high honor that represents responsibility and maturity.” Reaching the goal of Eagle Scout is not for the faint of heart. Not only is it an honor only four percent of Scouts reach, it is a process of many steps that takes years to achieve. There are areas of requirements that must be fulfilled such as leadership, outdoor skills and service. To reach Eagle level, Scouts must earn 21 different merit badges, thirteen of which are required. Those thirteen include such badges as First Aid, Citizenship in the Community, Citizenship in the Nation, Communication, Personal Management, Camping and Personal Fitness.

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With Whatley’s Eagle project complete, his states his paperwork has been sent to the local Eagle Review Board and then will be sent to a National Review Board in Texas.

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Whatley has served with Troop 502 of Liberty since 2006.

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Wed Margarita Thu House Wine

$3.50 $3.50


t pm 0 4:0 pm 0 5:3

Come See Our New Look

Inside & Patio

Fri & Sat Prime Rib And Other Great Specials

Thur Lasagna Night

Homecoming Parade Block Party New Life Ministries will be open for the annual Providence Grove High School Homecoming Parade that is held in downtown Liberty to get the spirits going for the homecoming game which is held on Friday Oct 14 at 7:30pm at PGHS were the compete with neighbors of ERHS. At corner of N Fayetteville St and W Swannanoa Ave in downtown Liberty, New Life will be open with live music, free stuff from snow cones, drinks, candy and popcorn. Come hang out before and after the parade. All high school students can register for a free drawings of some prizes. Also come out and take some funny photos with your friends at our FREE photo booth.

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430 N Greensboro St, Liberty Phone 336-795-0052 Open M-F 9:00AM-6:00PM, SAT 9:00AM-1:00PM,

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(336) 622-2248

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

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 chance‌we’ll make you smile.

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336-669-4075 THANK YALL'

Coble's Pressure Washing

Deadline To Book Ride Wed Oct 12 - Call 919-624-2348

Fall Ho Down Cowboy Theme Sponsored by

Liberty American Legion Post 81 604 South Greensboro Street Saturday Night, 19 November 2016, @ Post 816:30p.m.’til 12 * (Pictures ‘til 8:30p.m.on CD’s) Pictures by Tabitha Cost: $40.00 per couple in advance/ $50.00 at the Door DJ by Cleve, Dancing, Food, & Beverages Food will be served from 6:30 ‘til 8:00 All proceeds go to the American Legion Post 81 Programs For advance tickets call Post 81 @622 4639 On Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday evenings after 6:00p. Or call Cary at 336 707 8177. Please call for your tickets early, so we can make plans for the event. Thanks for your Support!

Love Thy Neighbor Hot Dog Lunch The Potter’s Sunday School Class from Sandy Creek Baptist Church will be hosting a hotdog lunch at Liberty Tire & Auto on Saturday, November 5th from 11:00am to 2:00 pm. Lunch will include 2 hotdogs with all the fixin’s, a bag of chips, a drink, and a dessert. All of this will be served on a donation basis, and proceeds will be used to help a family in need right here in our community. Please join us in this effort to bless a local family, and show the love of Christ as we Love Thy Neighbor.

Community Yard Sale

516 N Greensboro St Ph 622-4208 M-Th 11am-9pm F-Sat 11am-9pm

Whole Ham BBQ

Cooked Fresh Never Frozen Daily Hot Bar Specials FREE WIFI

Oct 7 and 8 4984 Starmount Rd, Liberty Everyone is welcome to setup with no set up fee. Please be responsible for your property and clean before you leave. NO TABLES PROVIDED Not responsible for accidents, property damage Bring your goods and sale for 2 days. Contact Roger Deviney 622-3245

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

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Oct 2016 Olives Chapel Church Celebrating 155 Anniversary Oct 2 Morning Service 11am Message By Rev Sharon Mitchells

Dinner Served Following Service All Are Welcomed

Pleasant Union Wesleyan Ch

Homecoming Services Featuring The Walters Family Bluegrass

Sunday Oct 2 10am Lunch Following Service 2262 Pleasant Hill Liberty Rd Liberty, NC

Carol Langley Fundraiser Sat Oct 15 From 11am-7pm Holly’s Chapel Pentecostal Holiness 8003 Ferguson Rd, Ramseur

October 15, 2016 7:30 am – $10 All You Can Eat Breakfast ~ Crafts, Jams, Jellies ~ ~ Homemade Baked Goods ~ ~ Silent Auction ~

Family Harvest Fest Oct. 29th 5pm - 8pm Dinner: 5pm - 7pm Trunk or Treat: 7 - 8pm Homemade soups and desserts Games for the kids! Mount Zion Baptist Church

3572 W Greensboro -Chapel Hill Rd Liberty , NC

A benefit is being held for Carol Langley. We will have a chicken pie dinner, silent auction, corn hole tournament, gospel singing, bake sale.

Friday Oct 7 3pm to 7pm

Come Join Us For A Night Of Family Fun At Grays Chapel School Silent Auction, Cake Walk, Inflatables, Sunset Slush, Games, Prizes, Cotton Candy, Chic-Fil-A Meals, Popcorn and much much more!!!!!

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SUPPLY & GROCERY New Owners & Locally Owned Craig & Karen McDaris Mon-Fri 6am-9pm Sat 7am-9pm Sun 9am-6pm 4508 NC Hwy 49N, Liberty

Phone 336-622-1531

Designer Wigs For Every Person Large Selection Of Jewelry Hair Extension to Clips 37 Years Experience In Wig Fitting


Unique Wig Boutique 116 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty 336-622-9447 Mon To Sat 10am to 6pm

Special Wigs Starting At $39.99 Braids 4 For $10 Hair Weaving Kits (clip in) 18” New Large Selection

Great Selection Summer Dresses $19.99

Archery Season Sept 10 to Oct 28 Muzzleloading Season Oct 29-Nov 11 Get All Your Hunting Needs Here.

Concealed Carry Class Sunday Oct 16 At 1pm Call And Sign Up 336-622-1531 $20 off handgun for participate

Live Bait Year Round Hunting/ Fishing License Handguns to Long Guns &Ammo Engel Cooler To Engel Tumblers

Calcutta T Shirts Wrangler Jeans For Men & Women Wrangler Dresses

Local Pork & Beef Fresh Baked Goods

We Now Offer 90% Octane non Ethanol Gas

Gas (reg, non ethanol, off road fuel, diesel) Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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DENTISTRY Edward Scott DDS - Erin Scott DDS Family, Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry

“Emergencies Seen Same Day”

Located in the Forest Oaks Community 336-674-2497 or 336-674-6936 5439 Liberty Rd, Greensboro 336-944-4248 - Residence Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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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



“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 Also see our listing on

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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

Full Catering Service Check Out Millstone Catering Facebook Here For Your Parties & Catering Thurs And Friday Special

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Gently used and loved a lot clothing, household items & more.

Your purchases & donations provide a new start for the community in many ways. Thrift store operated by the Liberty Association of Churches

Wednesday 10 - 5:00 Thursday 10—5:00 Friday 10—5:00 Saturday 10—2:00

329B W. Bowman Ave Liberty

Best Value in Town!

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Your dollars spent here help your neighbors in need

Gospel singing Sunday October 30,2016 @ Macedonia Baptist Church 7881 Old 421 Rd. Liberty,N.C. Time is l:30 featuring the Wings of Grace a local group. Everyone is invited to attend.

Saturday, October 15, 3-7pm Quaker Lake Pumpkin Festival 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 $3. Quaker Lake Camp 1503 NC Highway 62 E, Climax

329 Brookwood Ave, Liberty

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UNITS Mobile Storage / Hardin LLC is accepting applications for the following position: Detail oriented, good communication skills and proficient in Excel, Word, and Internet required. Experience with Rental Property Management is beneficial, not required. FT/PT.

Please email resume to or call 919-799-7739 for more information.

8” Mums Still Just $5 Pansies & Viola’s For Fall Planting Still Available Check Out Our Own Hand- Poured Fall and Christmas Scented Soy Candles The Perfect Gift!

201 S Greensboro St, Liberty Ph 336-622-4556 M,Tu,Th,Fr 9am-5:30pm Wed 9am-Noon Sat 9am -1pm Closed Sunday

Give the gift of life. Donate to the American Red Cross Blood Drive

October 16, 2016,

1:00pm to 5:30 pm

Shiloh United Methodist Church

7394 Shiloh Rd., Liberty, NC

(off of Highway 421 & Shiloh Rd. & Ramseur/Julian Rd)

Contact: Lori: 336-908-1444

Anna 336-209-1069

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

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Oct 2016 Christmas is Coming!

The Liberty Christmas Parade is less than 60 days away. Can you believe it?
 This year the Liberty Christmas Parade will be on Saturday December 3, 2016. We have parade entry forms available at the Chamber office and Liberty Public Library. Parade Entry fees will be $10.00 again this year. We want to encourage you and your business to make a float this year. Show the community your Christmas Spirit. There are cash prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. This could potentially be a team building project for your employees. 
 Christmas Parade Volunteers: The Christmas Parade is a big deal. It is a major production. And we need volunteers to help pull this event off each y e a r. I f y o u , y o u r b u s i n e s s o r organization would like to participate, please step up. We would love to have you involved. Contact the Chamber (336) 622-4937
 *Keep in mind that the Chamber is willing to give letters of recommendation to acknowledge community involvement, volunteer time or community service.

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Liberty Chamber Business After Hours

Our Business After Hours Events are proving to be a major success for the hosting businesses. We are excited about this latest addition to the Chamber list of events. These events are just another way the Chamber is working to provide our Chamber members with networking opportunities. 
 Thank you Liberty Advisors! We had plenty of “Fun in the Fall” at our September Business After Hours Event hosted by Liberty Advisors at their place of business. It was a wonderful fall evening as we had some fun and made a lot of good connections with many business people. 
 The October Business After Hours: Make Plans to attend the last Business After Hours of the Year. (BAH will resume in January)We have a special BAH / Ribbon Cutting/ Grand Opening planned in October. The Liberty Laser Tactical Operations will host the October Business After Hours on October 25th. This event will take place at 5835 NC-49, Liberty, NC 27298 The BAH will start at 5:15 and the ribbon cutting will start at 6:30.Pleas e join us for Octobers BAH at Liberty Laser Tactical Operations for a Free game of Tactical Laser Tag! Don’t miss the opportunity to welcome this new business to Liberty and the Chamber!



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Feel well again! Call for your appointment.

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October Sponsored by:

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Tuesday October 25th 
 5:15-7:00pm @

5835 NC-49, Liberty, NC 27298
 Please join us for Octobers BAH as well as Liberty Laser Tactical Operations ribbon cutting. The BAH will start at 5:15 and the ribbon cutting will start at 6:30. There will be ice cream, cheese, and crackers, as well as free games of Tactical Laser Tag! Don’t miss the opportunity to welcome this new business to Liberty and the Chamber!

Call now for a free home comfort consultation. Swaim Electric Ph 336-795-0054 Heat & A/C Inc. / Cell 336-404-9791

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SATURDAY, OCT. 8 6:00 (DOORS OPEN AT 4:00) SUNDAY, OCT. 9 2:30 P.M. LEWIS GROVE HOLINESS CHURCH 424 ALLISON STREET LIBERTY, N.C. 27298 The Royal Harmonizers count it a blessing to celebrate another year of singing praises to Almighty God. We extend a hearty welcome to you, your choir, male chorus and/or quartet to come help us lift up the name of Jesus! Hot Foods will be sold on Saturday night.

Friendly Beauty Shop 514 N Greensboro St, Liberty

Ph 622-4989

Let One Us nn M usie Bring In A New S A Megan an d Trend y

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Liberty Tavern

Proudly Hosts

Fall Bike Ride / Dice Run & Events


Invite your Friends and Fellow Riders to join in on this Great Fundraising Event!!!!

We buy mobile homes 919-799-7739

Registration begins at 10:00am Kickstands up at 12:00 noon


$15.00 - per Bike

( Includes Dice Card & Food - Driver )

$5.00 - Passenger

( Includes Dice Card & Food )

$5.00 - Additional Dice Cards available

for riders and non-riders

$5.00 - Food Plates available for

non-riders ( purchase arm band )

Cars/Trucks Welcome: $15.00

( Includes Dice Card & Food – Driver )

$5.00 (Includes Dice Card & Food –

Passengers )

Shiloh UMC

7394 Shiloh Rd, Liberty

New Store Open 632 W Swannanoa Ave Liberty

Sat Oct 29 4:30 to 7 Chicken BBQ Dinner $8

Former Walmart

Dine In Or Take Out


1st Stop- The Veteran`s Memorial, Goldston, (50/50 Ticket Sales)

2nd Stop- American Legion, Sanford, NC ($1.00 ea. / 6 for $5.00)

3rd Stop- Courtesy Stop, Coleridge, NC Return to The Liberty Tavern @ 4:00pm



BANK BUILDING FOR LEASE 508 North Greensboro Street, Liberty

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Volume 13 Issue 10 Liberty Chamber News Update

Liberty Chamber Business Expo.
 The Liberty Chamber of Commerce hosted an exciting business event at the American Legion Post on Wednesday September 21st. Over 75 Business were represented at the 2016 Chamber Business Expo and local “Taste of the Town”
 This event has really grown, and become more popular each year. Chamber business representatives from Liberty and the surrounding area came together to display and share information. This was a time for these businesses to highlight their goods and services.
 It gives them an opportunity to let others in the business community get to know them. It provides a venue to meet and greet a variety of business representatives in one place. Info Meeting: 
 During the business expo the Chamber arranges an informative lunch meeting. We strive to compact a lot of worth-while information into a short amount of time. This year was no exception. The Chamber President; Debbie Adams welcomed the business community to the luncheon. Don Herndon, a former Chamber board member and president, asked for blessings over our community and the meal. Gwen Daye; Chamber VicePresident introduced our guest speakers; Mayor York of Liberty, gave a community update. Bonnie Renfro informed us of happenings in the Randolph County Economic Development Corporation. Special guest speaker, Senator Rick Gunn gave us very interesting statistics about the current economic state of North Carolina. While at the American Legion Post, Rick Gunn took this opportunity of the gathering of the Liberty business community, to present the Liberty Veterans Memorial with a check for $25,000. 
 Taste of the Town:
 Participating Restaurants: Many thanks to all of the restaurants that participated in the “Taste of the Town.” They provided us with a variety of great food to enjoy. This was their way of participating in the Business Expo. Each restaurant contributed a delicious dish for everyone to sample. Plates were full to overflowing. The restaurant’s names were printed on a colorful placemat at each place setting during the luncheon. Please thank these participating Restaurants the next time you are eating with them. A selection of menus from the participating restaurants was compiled for people to take back to their offices to place future lunch to go orders. Thanks to: Art’s Town & Country Store, Basil’s, Beaver Creek BBQ, Capri’s, China House, Food Lion, Hurricane Jane’s, Love In Action Church, Main Street Grill, Maria’s, Mill Stone Creek Orchard, Sammy’s Place, Smokehouse Bistro, Sportsman Supply, 2 Sisters Café, Ya’ll Come Back Café. Ribbon Cutting: Last month the Chamber did a ribbon cutting for our newest restaurant in town 2 Sisters Cafe. Their business seems to be booming for breakfast, lunch and now for dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings. As always we want to thank you for your commitment, investment and involvement in the Liberty Chamber of Commerce.

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

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Dr. Chip Butler and his assistant, Renee Brady, volunteered at the Christina's Smile Dental Clinic at the Wyndham golf tournament. This service provides free dental care to needy children in our area. Thanks to Dr. Butler and Renee for their caring service!

China House

Chinese Restaurant

TASTE THE DIFFERENCE We Use The Finest Ingredients- Fresh & Healthy Hours Ph 336-622-1518 Mon Closed

252 W Swannanoa Food Lion Plaza Liberty, NC

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

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

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

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As you anticipate your retirement years don’t forget to plan for becoming a Medicare beneficiary. Start now and let the Department of For More information on any of the programs Insurance’s SHIIP (Seniors’ Health Insurance below call our office at 336-622-3955

Information Program) help you. SHIIP provides Like us on Facebook at @LibertyParksanDRec

free, unbiased information about Medicare and OR Visit our website at

other insurance-related issues, and there are

SHIIP sites in all 100 counties in North Carolina. It is recommended that you review your Medicare options before you need to enroll so that you don’t Forms and payment can be dropped off at:

make any hurried decisions at the last minute. Make Checks Payable to:

Your Medicare choices will depend on several Liberty Parks and Recreation

factors including: Town Hall: Monday –Friday (9 am – 5 pm)

Are you retired or will you or your spouse 239 S. Fayetteville Street

continue to work? Or

Will you have access to medical and/or Mailed to:

prescription drug coverage through an Employer Liberty Parks and Recreation

Group Health Plan? How does your Employer Group Health Plan PO Box 1006, Liberty NC 27298

compare with Medicare supplement plans and Medicare Advantage plans? Are you eligible for Extra Help with your Medicare Part D Prescription coverage? Call or come by the senior center for a copy of the form. To help you determine your Medicare options League Age is determined by child’s age on SHIIP has created a handout to help you navigate August 31st, 2016

the Medicare system and the initial enrollment Registration Fee: $25

process. The handout, “Road to Medicare,” outlines the decisions you will need to make and Registration Deadline: Friday, October 21

what options are available in the Medicare Practices will begin the week of November 1st

system. To obtain a free copy call SHIIP at Games will start Saturday, December 3rd and 1-855-408-1212, visit SHIIP’s web site at all games will be played on Saturdays, or request a copy at the Liberty Senior Center by calling 336-622-5844. To

arrange an appointment call Lori Cobb, Liberty Senior Center’s certified SHIIP Volunteer Counselor, to discuss your Medicare options. Her office hours are Tuesday mornings from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and can be reached at 336-622-5844 for appointments. Don’t wait, start your Road to League Age is determined by child’s age on Medicare process before your 65th birthday by st August 31 , 2016

making an appointment today. For those already Registration Fee: Cost of Uniform

on Medicare annual enrollment runs October 15 (around $80)

thru December 7 by appointments only. Registration Deadline: Frid, October 21st

Cheerleaders cheer for the

Football Program

Practices will begin the

first week of November

Basketball Games will

start Saturday,

December 3rd and all games will be played on Saturdays

2016 Basketball Ages: 5-12

2016 Cheerleading Ages: 5-12

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212 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty

Ph 336-622-2256 Office Ph 336-622-2258 Obit Line Randolph County Cooperative Extension presents

Crafty Christmas

g Re-openin Sat Oct 8

Serving The Local Community

November 7-10, 2016

180 S Greensboro St, Liberty Located In Historic Liberty Ice House Tue-Fri 10am to 6pm Sat 10am to 2pm Ph 336-402-8017

Tyson Nixon, Manager And Staff

Scheduled Classes Include: Poinsettia Seed Pin Art Journaling Quilted Ornament Seaside Ornament Crochet Catnip Mice Winter Garden Inspiration Italian Pizzelles Easy Sewing Jewelry Pouch

Happy Holiday Signs Crochet Kitchen Scrubby Locker Hooking Coasters Outdoor Wire Ornaments Hearty Holiday Appetizers Lighted Burlap Garland Wine Glass Snowman Garden Flag

* For complete class descriptions, schedules, registration forms & photos of each project, see

Liberty Veterans Memorial & Gardens

Steak Dinner and Dance 08 October 2016 --- 5:30p.m. until 12:00 Cost ‌$15.00 6oz. Rib eye, Dine in or Take out Baked Potato, Green Beans, Rolls Cooked apples, Tea Coffee Apple or Peach Cobbler Food served until 8:00p.m. Cash Bar

* Beginning Oct 3rd, registration forms and class samples will be on hand at the extension office ( 112 W Walker Avenue in Asheboro / 336-318-6000). Registration : Oct 3 - 21.

Music by DJ Cleve Liberty American Legion Post 81 604 South Greensboro

Trunk or Treat Sandy Creek Baptist Church

4765 Sandy Creek Church Road Liberty, NC 27298 Sun Oct 30 6:30PM - 8PM 336-622-7414

Proceeds for the Memorial Construction For tickets call 336 707 8177 or reserve them at the door. Get tickets now so we can get the food together The event is only two weeks away


232 N. Greensboro St. Liberty, NC 27298

(336) 622-2248

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October 15, 7-9am Country Breakfast Buffet Please come and enjoy a delicious country breakfast while visiting friends and helping the community Civitan Clubhouse 3157 Randolph Church Rd, Climax Contact: Sarah Willard336-685-4890

Month Of Guns Liberty Masonic Lodge #714 Tickets and the early Bird drawing is Sept & October and 30 guns will be given away in November. 400 tickets will be sold and the are $100.00 each.The money the lodge makes goes to the Masonic Charities. Anyone interested can call Cary McMaster at 336-707-8177. They done this Raffle for several years and it goes well. Okay community support a great group and a great cause.

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October 15, 9-10am Julian UMC Food Pantry Distribution of food boxes to families in the SE Guilford County and Liberty areas Julian UMC 2105 NC Hwy 62 E, Julian Contact: Katherine Wilkerson 336-302-7464

$ 50.00 BUCKS on US!

Julian Fire and Rescue Auxiliary 4317 Folger Rd, Julian


Hosting A Yard, Hotdog and Bake Sale


Sat Oct 15 From 8am to 1pm

with every deer hit

To Reserve A Table Or Spot For $5 622-4321 685-4971

Get a FREE Dinner!


Support Your Local Fire Dept

CALL TODAY! $ 50.00 FREE gift card. Many restaurants to choose from Offer applies with vehicle repair over $900. Expires: 11/1/16 Please mention this ad. Not valid with any other offer.

Mt. Hope Fire Dept. 3rd Annual Fall Extravaganza, Oct.15th 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!

437 Frances Dr. Liberty Mt. Hope Fire Dept. #38, 5th 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!

Mt. Hope Fire Dept. #38, 3nd Annual Fill the Fire Truck for Toys for Tots. New toys can be dropped off at 6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian between Nov. 18th – Dec. 10th. Every child should feel the spirit of the Holidays!

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

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THANK YOU Pastor Randy

for all you 
 Church, & God’s

do for the community, Kingdom!

Sundays - 10:30 AM - 510 N Greensboro St. in Liberty - Paid Advertisement

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TWO Greensboro Homes FOR SALE

27406 – Worthing Chase Subdivision- Near Forest Oaks Golf Community. This “Smart” home has 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths (1 Jack-n-Jill). Beautiful and well maintained, this home is a jewel! Take the online Virtual 3D Walking Tour of this home today in your jammies on your computer/smart phone or tablet. Click this link online or visit 27401 – Historic WAFCO MILLS – Want to be downtown. This home is convenient to the new Greensboro Downtown Greenway for all those who are into the “FIT” Challenge. Short Walk to the YMCA and Downtown highlights! This 2 story Condo has been updated with a beautiful kitchen and spacious loft. Exposed Brick from the original Mill and cutouts from the original grain windows all make this home desirable. Visit to see more about this Downtown Condo. Call me or See your Buyers Agent for Showing Appointments!

Julie D Powers, Broker/Realtor®

Earth Visions offers:

Group Exercise Programs Group Outdoor Education

Personal Coaching

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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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Total Care Realty, LLC 1110 Grecade St. Greensboro, NC 27408 336.880.0537 cell (text ok) Agent does work in the Liberty Community

5264 York Martin Rd,Liberty Where Fitness, Fun & Fellowship Become One!

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Liberty Leader Newspaper Volume 13 Issue 10 Oct 2016 Kegs, Air Compressors, HondaThe Generator, R/R Jack, Cast Iron Wash Pot, Chicken Coop, Tillers, Pressure Washer, Edger, JD Gun Safe, Wind Mill, Dinner Bell, Hay Rake, Silver Coin, Traps, .22 Remington, Misc. Pottery, Scaffolding, Wood Splitter, Wrought Iron Fence, Drill Press, Lathe, Corn Planter, Horse Buggy, Backpack Blower, John Boat, Chain Saws, Mower, Fire Box, Household Items, Log Chains, Misc. Advertisement (Signs, Thermometers, Traffic, Tins, & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!! (at the intersection of Hwy 421 & Hwy 64) Furniture: 919-742-2013 Hoosier Cabinet, Oak Ice Box, Oak Server, Step Back Cupboard, Farm Table, Pierced Tin Cabinet Wood ~ Over 175 + Vendors Cook Stove, Wood File Cabinet, Corner Cabinets Cedar Chest, Refrigerator, Quilt Cabinet, Rockers, ~ 30,000 sq. ft. Chest of Drawers, Hutch, Desk, Porch Table, Buffet, Chairs, Swing, Coffee Table, End Tables, Misc. ~ Plenty of Parking Cabinets, Wood Benches, Display Cabinets, 2 Leather Chairs, 2 Leather Stools & MUCH, OPEN 7MUCH Days MORE!!! Mon-Sat 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 1 pm-6 pm

Countryside Collectibles Antique Mall

219 Chatham Square Siler City, NC 27344

See Website For Vendor TermsShowcases & Conditions! are only $25 & $35 monthly w/10% commission and Booth Space are only $1.00 per sq. ft. monthly w/10% commission

MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED.... Give us a call for all your Auction needs 919-663-2034 Mall Auction times & dates are updated weekly our website Other Items May Be Added! Check Website ForonUpdates! Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Ramseur Community Holiday Craft Fair

Saturday, November 12, 2016 The 4th Annual Holiday Craft Fair will be held Saturday, November 12 (8am-3pm) with 90+ vendors & crafters participating and FREE admission! Start your Christmas shopping early! We will have everything from quilts, one-of-a-kind jewelry, pottery, ornaments, wreaths, and MORE! Calling all crafters! Rent a table for $20 (table rental proceeds benefit our ‘Investing in People’ Scholarship Program). The Holiday Craft Fair will coincide with our Fall Community Day where we open the Y FREE to our community. Other happenings this day include Flu Shots and Health Screenings, Canned Food Drive, and Membership Specials! Interested in joining the Y? We will be waiving the joining fee, a savings of $50-$100, with (5) canned food items (Nov 11-13). Benefiting the community is at the heart of the Y! Please let me know if you have any questions! Thank you!

Could you be the voice for a child? Stand up today to say, “I am for the child.” More than 1,500 abused and neglected children in North Carolina go to court without someone to advocate just for them.

• Could you be a child’s advocate in court?

• Could you speak up for their best interests?

• Could you work side by side with an attorney?

• Could you join 5,100 other volunteers in the state to say “I am for the child”?

If so, becoming a Guardian ad Litem advocate could be a great opportunity for you! To find out

more about being a GAL, call 336-328-3170

or go to

Shine With Light Of Jesus! Let me shine with the light of Jesus. Let my eyes see the beauty all around. Never let me turn up my nose to others. And let my mouth share the Good News I have found.

The Liberty Artisan & Craft Gallery 5546 NC Hwy 49, Liberty

Announcing the NEW additions of our Rock Section, semi precious rocks, pyrite, polished NC petrified wood rocks from North Carolina and beyond. Wild Bird Supplies Glass, Candles, Soaps, Wooden Cutting Boards and Much More. Custom Made Barn Quilts Bee Keeping Supplies - Local Honey Hours: Tues-Sat 10-5 Closed Sun & Mon PH

260 Village Lake Rd. • Siler City NC 27344 Contact: Dustin Elledge • 919-742-4052

*** NOW ACCEPTING NEW RESIDENTS *** Ask About Our New Year Special Pricing! Coventry House your locally owned and operated Assisted Living Community. NOW SPECIALIZING in the unique needs of persons with Alzheimer’s Disease and related Dementia’s at Coventry House of Siler City, you will find: • FLAT MONTHLY RATES .... no hidden charges or upselling • 24 hour personal care assistance • On Call Physician Services • Professionally directed medication management • Specialized care plans for all residents • Private & companion rooms featuring private bathrooms • In room cable TV, internet access & telephone service • Security systems for resident safety • Specialized activities for assisted living & memory care unit • Three prepared meals per day plus afternoon & evening snacks • Local transportation to shopping & medical appointments • Medicaid, private insurance & private payment accepted



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Ramseur Community Hospice of Randolph Seeking Volunteers

Calling All Basketball Players First Christian Church Upward Basketball Evaluations 1381 Church St, Ramseur, NC Times and Dates October 23 and 30 3-5PM October 24 and 27 6-8PM Cost will be $25.

Hospice of Randolph County has been the county’s original specialized hospice provider for 33 years. The agency currently has a tremendous need for volunteers, specifically those interested in providing companionship to hospice patients at their home or in local skilled nursing and assisted living facilities. This involves sitting with patients to give the caregiver or staff a break... possibly reading to them or simply visiting with the patient. The next volunteer training will be held on Friday, October 14, 9am to 3pm at the Hospice of Randolph Administrative office in Asheboro, located at 416 Vision Drive. If you would like to make a difference in the lives of those in our community, contact Lisa Huffman at 336-672-9300 to pre-register or to learn more.

Last month Jordan Memorial UMC held a Free Community Luncheon on Sept 14. As you can see there was some great music and even greater people. Come out on Oct 5 and enjoy a meal. Even better if you like to sing or play an instrument, come on out. The more the merrier, open to all. Hope you join this great group of folks.

First game will be January 7, 2017. The last game and celebration will be February 25, 2017. Evaluations Schedule (Everyone MUST attend one basketball evaluation or cheerleading orientation) They will take place at the First Christian Church Family Life Center Gym Kindergarten through 8th Grade Boys/Girls Upward is a fun, reliable, passionate and encouraging sports experience for boys and girls, in K5 through eighth grade. Upward provides first class, organized and detailed sports programming in basketball and cheerleading at First Christian Church in Ramseur. Unique aspects of Upward include an evaluation system that promotes equal and competitive teams as well as a substitution system which allows for equal playing time for all participants. Through Upward, children are exposed to quality coaching and sport development. Upward emphasizes character and integrity instead of a “win at all costs” mentality associated with today’s sports world. Upward Basketball and Cheerleading at First Christian Church began in January of 2008. The program is led by Jed and Courtney Frye and a highly dedicated Upward Lead Team. Every member of this Lead Team as well as all coaches, officials and administrators are all volunteers. We anticipate a wonderful season of basketball and cheerleading at First Christian. First Christian Church and the Family Center are located at 1381 Church St. in Ramseur, NC.

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

Oct 5 11am to 12:30pm Jordan Memorial UMC 1511 Main St. Ramseur

Lily’s Trading Post

Many Items Under $20

Layaway For Christmas Gift Certificate Available

Water-fired Copper, Blown Glass, Stained Glass, Wooden Bowls, 
 Native American & Uwharrie Crystalline Pottery,
 Pastels, Watercolors, Decorative Gourds, 
 Old Fashioned Wooden Children’s Toys, 
 Theorem Paintings, Note Cards, Jewelry,
 Loomed Bookmarks, Ceramic Pins & Magnets,
 Natural Soaps, Wooden Signs,
 Long Leaf Pine Needle Baskets, Wreaths, 
 Nautical Coasters & Cutting Boards
 Felting, Ceramics

132 N. Brady Street
 Ramseur, NC
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Ramseur Community Locally Owned & Operated


Ramseur, NC

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(Phone) 336-824-2386 (Obituary Desk) 336-318-3535

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Service Since 1904

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Ramseur Community

4th Sat Sept/Oct FREE Yard Sales

At Roller Hill Downtown Ramseur Sponsored By Ramseur/ Eastern Randolph Area Chamber There will be a community yard sale on Roller Hill Mill. This will be a first come first serve. Please call 336-824-2030 to sign up. There will be no charged for you to set up. Please share this with your friends.

Ramseur Public Library 1512 Main Street, Ramseur, NC 27316 336-824-2232,

October 6- Numbers Everywhere with Lydia Carruth PAL Club of Randolph Public Library October 13- Too Many Pumpkins Oct.20 - Fall Leaves Fall Oct.27- Shake Rattle ‘n’ Read: Jump Into Fall Register now for After School Fun, Call (336-824-2232) or come by the library to register: Block, Build & Play October 18, 2016 3:30-4:30 PM

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/

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