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Replenished

14th Shred Day Pg.2 14th Pancakes Pg.6 21st Bazzar Pg.6 27th Movie Night Pg.4 27th Praise Night Pg.22 28th Alpaca Day Pg.10

I love the messages God has used these plants to help teach me lessons ....came home from vacation and found my plants withered from the heat ... He reminded me as we go through life we get away from our source of strength (Him) and needed to replenished ... today I rewatered plans and got home after work and they looked great again ... message when we get wore down or getaway from Him ( we can replenish our life prayer and getting into the Word ) and start looking good again Story by Kevin

28th Heritage Festival Pg.23

28th BBQ & Chicken Pg.3

Future Events December 20th Raffel Pg.4

Deadline Next Issue

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Document disposal that's safe, secure and environmentally friendly!

508 North Greensboro St Liberty, NC 27298 336.622.4828 There is no charge for this service!

George D. Cockman Jr. Owner

Licensed Plumber Free Estimates

COCKMAN’S PLUMBING CO. 4894 Starmount Road Liberty, NC 27298 H (336)622-6187 C (919)475-5825

Shredding events are scheduled to run for three hours. However, events may end sooner if the shred truck reaches capacity earlier. Personal documents only–no business or commercial shredding. Non-paper items such as batteries and electronics are not permitted.

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The Liberty Leader Newspaper Services offeredSeptic tank pumping Grease trap maintenance

Liberty Ruritan Chicken and Barbeque semi-annual meal

On-site mortgage septic Inspections Sewage/Effluent pump replacement Brian Folwell

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Credit cards Accepted. Serving the Triad area.

Phone# 336-524-4288

Remember Local Shop -Dine -Enjoy

Saturday, September 28. 11:00am to 7:00pm Liberty Ruritan club house on Hwy 49S, Liberty.

$8.00 plate includes dessert and drink. Eat in or take out.

Chandler Smith Kidd Broker/Realtor

The Real Estate Shoppe Cell- 336.215.7444 Office- 336.625.1100

Blue Horseshoe Antiques and Collectibles, LLC

155 A N Brady St Ramseur, NC 27316

147 King Road - Ramseur, NC. 27316 Phone: 336-964-1499 Check us out on Facebook and Instagram

Hours: Monday - Friday 10am-7pm Saturday 10am-6pm Sunday 1pm-6pm

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Liberty Senior Center California King Blocked Quilt Raffle Drawing: December 20, 2019

Sept. 21st The Liberty Tavern 750 S. Greensboro St, Liberty, NC 27298

will host the

Fall Bike Ride / Dice Run & Events 25% PAY OUT OF TOTAL REGISTRATION FEES TO DICE CARD WINNER Invite your Friends and Fellow Riders to join in on this Great Fundraising Event!!!! Registration begins at 10:30am

Tickets: 1 for $1, 6 for $5 and 24 for $20 Proceeds go toward Seniors’ Programs and Activities Call the center at 336-622-5844 for more information

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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 ) Ride Route: To Lucky`s Saloon, To Buddy`s Bar and Saloon, Return to Liberty Tavern by 3:00 PM. 50/50 Drawing, Joker Poker, Door Prizes !!!! LIVE AUCTION / DJ CLEVE - MC & MUSIC – GREAT FOOD!! Proceeds Go To Support the Liberty Veterans Memorial & Gardens Construction Fund PLEASE SUPPORT OUR VETERANS PAST AND PRESENT

Liberty PTO Shoutout

For information call: Cleve @ 336-260-4360 / Liberty Tavern @ 336-622-3025 www.libertyvmg.org for, Donations, Sponsorship &Veteran Engravings

A HUGE THANK YOU to Liberty Farm & Garden for helping us out with 2 fans for LES' Gym. You are AMAZING!!! ð&#x;¤— ð&#x;¤— ð&#x;¤— Y'all go check them out!!! They have GREAT deals and a super friendly staff.

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Rain Date Sept. 22

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Debbie’s Automotive Back to School Special Debbie’s Automotive Will Be Offering A Special For The Month Of August 420 S Greensboro St. Liberty Ph: 336-622-7885

GETTING THAT LAST VACATION TRIP IN !!! FOR ALL SERVICES OR REPAIRS A 10%

DISCOUNT ON LABOR UP TO $150.00 - A 15%

DISCOUNT ON LABOR FOR OVER $150.00

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& GET 3 MONTHS FREE! HANDLES HIGHER BANDWIDTH AND SUPPORTS MULTIPLE DEVICES

336.622.7900 | www.rtmc.net Modem does not increase your Internet speed. Restrictions may apply. Offer expires 10.31.19. Additional fees may apply. Based on structure of home or business.

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Julian Lions Club Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

Grays Chapel United Methodist Women

Will be served at the Julian Lions Club, Located at 7323 Colonial Trading Path, Julian.

Saturday September 21 from 9 A M to noon

September 14 at 8am-10am. Please come out and enjoy a delicious Pancake Breakfast, spend time with family and friends. The cost for the delicious breakfast will be a suggested

donation of $5 a plate. We look forward to seeing you! Thanks for helping the Julian Lions Club help the community!

Annual Bazaar and Food Fair At the Church Fellowship Hall. The Church is located at the intersection of Hwy 22, and Old Liberty Road.   Some of the items include jellies, jams, cakes crafts, holiday items, casseroles (chicken, veggie, pineapple,) and assorted baked goods.   A handmade quilt will be raffled at 12 noon.   Please come and enjoy the breakfast biscuits or hot dogs for lunch, purchase some holiday gifts and enjoy the fellowship

Guitar, line dancing classes returning to RCC Randolph Community College is giving people a chance to learn how to play “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” or learn how to dance to it, starting at the end of this month. Walter Matthew Hoover, a professional musician and teacher for the past 30 years, will teach a “Basic Guitar” course at Randolph Community College beginning Wednesday, Aug. 28. In this course, students will learn the basics of guitar technique that make a strong musical foundation. Topics covered include use of a pick or plectrum, note reading, fretting notes, and playing open position chords. Easy examples of famous songs will be used throughout to make learning fun and inspiring. The class (#71025) will meet from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, Aug. 28-Oct. 30, on the Asheboro Campus. The cost is $150. The textbook, “Hal Leonard Guitar Method Book 1, 2nd edition,” is required. Hoover, who currently resides in Asheboro with his wife and two children, holds a BFA in classical guitar performance from Marshall University and a MM degree in classical guitar performance from Appalachian State University. A gifted composer and arranger, Hoover’s original works have been performed around the Eastern U.S. by a variety of soloists and ensembles, and he has recorded and released four CDs of his own music as well. He also is well versed in contemporary styles of music, excelling at the electric guitar and ukulele. If you are looking for a fun, low-impact exercise activity, RCC is offering a “Line Dancing” class, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 3. Dancing for an hour equals an average of 2,000 steps and 75 calories burned. In the class (#71034) — which will meet from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesdays, Sept. 3-Oct. 8 —  students will get moving to some of today’s biggest music hits and learn to move with confidence and stay fit while having fun. Students will learn several line dances including “The Wobble” and the “Cupid Shuffle.” This course is for any and all, beginners to advanced dancers. The class will meet in the gymnasium in the J.W. “Willie” Plummer Vocational/Technical Center on the Asheboro Campus. The cost is $30.55. For more information or to register for either of these classes, contact RCC’s Workforce Development and Continuing Education Division at 336-633-0268.

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ROCCA’S BAKERY is better than your ‘old fashioned” bakery! The Bakery features a huge selection of fresh, hand crafted French, Italian and Southern pastries, donuts, cinnamon and sticky buns, apple fritters, croissants, canolli, cream horns, macarons, bars, cookies, baklava, cake-byslice, jumbo cupcakes, cheesecake, muffins, pies breads and more!! In addition we have a full coffee bar offering hot, cold and frozen coffee drinks, frappes and smoothies! We also create custom cakes to your order. Let our design team help you with your next celebration! We also feature a full ice cream bar with HOMELAND CREAMERY ice cream to create desserts, banana splits, floats and milkshakes that will remind you of your childhood!

176 NC Hwy 49 N, Ramseur, NC 27316 336-824-2200

Fall/Winter hours begin September 3, 2019 Mon-Thurs 7:30 am-6:30pm

Let RCC help you learn how to balance your small business’ books Want to learn how to balance your small business’ books? Randolph Community College has you covered. RCC’s Small Business Center (SBC) is having two free seminars on QuickBooks at the end of August prior to the start of the Workforce Development and Continuing Education course “QuickBooks, Introduction.” The College also is offering a Microsoft Excel class in September. The SBC classes will serve as introduction/information sessions about QuickBooks. Attendees will learn how QuickBooks can serve their business, what the different versions of QuickBooks are, examples of syncing QuickBooks with other applications, and an overview of what will be covered in the Continuing Education course. The SBC seminars are Tuesday, Aug. 27, and Thursday, Aug. 29, from 6-8 p.m. in room 106 of the Continuing Education and Industrial Center (CEIC) on the Asheboro Campus. In “QuickBooks, Introduction,” students will learn how to do accounting for their businesses using the popular accounting software. Topics will include using special journals and subsidiary ledgers, and generating professional financial statements. The course (#70718) meets from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 10 through Oct. 17, in room 106 of the CEIC. The cost is $70. RCC’s Workforce Development and Continuing Education Department’s “MS Excel, Advanced” course is slated for Mondays, Sept. 16 through Oct. 28, from 6-9 p.m. in room 106 of the CEIC. Students will learn to create/edit simple worksheets; use 3-D references; work with multiple sheets; use functions in a 3-D reference; work with tables; add and filter records; set print area; create custom views; use named ranges and

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structured references; use lookup functions; use auditing tools; set a data validation list; trace precedents, dependents, and error messages; link workbooks; use text sources; manage imported data; use data tables and pivot tables; create advanced filters; and use templates. The cost for the class is $70 and there is a textbook that can be purchased from the RCC Campus Store for $21.95. For more information or to register for the SBC seminars or Continuing Education classes, call 336-633-0268.

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Liberty Association of Churches

YE OLD COUNTRY KITCHEN 327 Drama Rd, Snow Camp Ph 336-376-6991

New Hours:

11 AM to 8 PM Wednesday through Friday 7 AM- 9 PM on Saturday (Breakfast Buffet on Saturday Mornings) 11 AM-8:30 PM on Sundays

The Bargain Shop RESTRUCTURING (taking a breather to better help our community)

Effective at 2 pm closing on 8/10/2019 – we will be operating on a revised schedule as follows: Open on the following Saturdays ONLY : August 24, 10 am – 2 pm September 7, 10 am – 2 pm September 14, 10 am – 2 pm October 5, 10 am – 2 pm October 12, 10 am – 2 pm

Millstone Catering Snow Camp, NC Private Parties Welcome Full Catering Service

Check Out Millstone Catering Facebook Here For Your Parties & Catering

www.yeoldcountrykitchen.net

Grand Re-Opening and Back to Regular Schedule: Thursday, October 31, 10 am – 2 pm; Friday, November 1, 10 am – 5 pm; Saturday, November 2, 10 am – 2 pm

Donations for the Bargain Shop still WELCOME! Dedicated Volunteers (both men & women) needed to keep this ministry effective! Contact: David Hobson (336) 202-9089 Debbie Coble (336) 255-0793 LAC Office (336) 622-8312

During restructuring, The Food Pantry Ministry (only) will continue at their regular days/hours for the Emergency Assistance Office. Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Another successful year!!!!!!! “CAMERON CARES” Back to School Supply Giveaway! Thanks to everyone for the support of the “5th annual back to school supply giveaway”. With your help, we were able to fill 75 new book bags with paper, pencils, pens, glue sticks, tablets, pocket folders, crayons, and colored pencils. Thank you, thank you, thank you! These supplies are given away in memory of my sister, Cameron Hooker who passed away of ovarian cancer. She never had children, but loved kids. She always made sure kids had colored pencils and paper in order to draw flowers or just some kind of picture or she would draw them a picture. She loved making her own personal birthday cards or get well cards. Again, we thank you for supporting “Cameron Cares”!

Maid For You Angie Ritter 10+ Years Experience

336-736-7400 maidforyou79@yahoo.com

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13th Annual CharMar Alpaca Farm Day

Come join us for a fun evening of food, drinks & info! Vote for your favorite dish, business person of the year & more!

American Legion Post | 604 S. Greensboro St. Liberty

Awesome Finds 129 W. Swannanoa Ave. Liberty NC 27298 336-622-6223

Free Event to public Saturday, September 28th 11am - 3pm Charmar Alpaca Farm, 3846 Randolph Church Rd. Liberty, NC 27298 Bring canned food or non perishable to support Julian United Methodist Food Bank and Food Distribution Program, Fun Activities for the family. Free games & crafts, feed the alpacas, fiber artist will teach you how to use fiber. Refreshments available proceeds to Julian UMC Food Bank. For more information contact Charlie or Marion Snider 336-622-1792

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Come check out our Fall Savings ! Get your Halloween Costumes Early before they get gone. We have a ghoulish amount !!

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Liberty Event Center 123 S. Greensboro St, Liberty Restaurant Open Thur & Fri 5pm to 8pm 1 Meat 2 Veg $8 2 Meat 2 Veg $10 Bread-Drink

September 13th Pete Everett & The Total Package Band (Old R&B)

September 20th The Fabulous Flashbacks ( Classic Rock, Country, Motown, Etc)

Dessert $2 Water $1

It is the ninth year of the Volunteer Organization, 100 Man Project, Inc. the new set of officers are as follows: PresidentMel Nunn, Vice-President-Moses Poston, Treasurer and Tax Specialist- Warren Dixon, Secretary- Linda McManus, Maintenance Supervisor- Barney Campbell, Dispatcher- Clima Moffitt, Grants- Roger Davis and Sue Showfety, Safety and Training Supervisor- Tom Meacham. This year Mel Nunn will have assisting him as Chairmen of the November 1st Dental Clinic Ray Emerson and Moses Poston. We are so fortunate to have these leaders for the coming year. Thank you Mel Nunn for you taking the leadership role for this great Volunteer Organization. If anyone reading this article has an extra hour per month with nothing to do. Please call the 100 Man Project and Volunteer for one of the five programs; the Reading Contest for Liberty Elementary School, Liberty Library, Dental Clinic, C.A.R.S. Programs. The phone number is 336-622-5774 or Mel Nunn at 336-392-9231.

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

Catering Available For More Info Contact Frankie Matthews 919-799-9647 Frante’ Matthes 919-799-7108

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Shrub trimming. Debris removal. Tree trimming and removal. Mulch. Gravel. Etc.

LOFLIN FUNERAL HOME OF LIBERTY

212 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty http://www.loflinfh.com/

Ph 336-622-2256 Office Tyson Nixon, Manager And Staff Serving The Local Community

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322 E. Frazier Ave., 3 bedroom, 3 bath brick ranch with huge den/fireplace, double attached carport, paved drive, new carpet, paint, new heat pump, and many upgrades, two wired outbuildings, $165,000.00 146 acres, old 421 Rd. North near Liberty city limits, long railroad frontage, 70+ acres clear, $10,000 per acre as a whole. 25 heavily wooded mature hardwood, 1,000 ft. on Liberty Grove Church Rd.,(now reduced price!) $199,900. Property is in an estate and must be sold as a packge. #44 Santek Rd., Staley, 119 acres, may subdivide, across from proposed Chatham County Economic Development 1,800 acre site, call our office. 547 South Fayetteville St., vacant corner lot already has city water and sewer on property, zoned for double wide or site built home. Owner can finance if needed. $17,000.00 1.45 acre lot on liberty Grove Church Rd. Site built home only reduced now to $21,000.00 Building lots from 1/2 to 3 acres in all areas around Liberty. Some are site built only lots, some modular, some doublewide & single wide lots. $22,000 to 39,900 and some are with owner financing Call us for single family home rentals in the Liberty area!

Meacham Realty, Inc. Tom Meacham

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You Know What Day It Is..

HUMP DAY!!! Hump Day Dinner 6pm - 8pm 2nd Wednesday of each month You Are Invited Bethany United Methodist Church 6151 Bethany Way, Staley FREE DINNER Come One - Come All Any Donations are forwarded to Bethany UMC and Liberty Assoc. of Churches

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South Eastern Karate Assoc. Serving Liberty for Nearly 25 Years Starting New Students Any Time Ages 5 to Adult No hidden fees or contracts required $45 per month (family discount available) 114 West Swannanoa Ave. Liberty NC (3rd floor) Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do www.southeasternkarate.com Call 919-548-5689 for information

Friendly Beauty Shop Ph 622-4989

514 N Greensboro St, Liberty

Susie

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Be A FRUIT LOOP in a bowl of CHERRIOS Be a Crayon in a box of MARKERS Be a Flamingo in a flock of pigeons Be a Butterfly in a bunch of CATERPILLARS Be an Angelfish in a tank of GOLDFISH

Megan

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Friday Sept 27 & Sat Sept 28 2019 Friday April 24 & Sat April 25 2020 Spaces Available Inside & Outside

Call Early To Book Your Spot 336-622-2486 or 336-215-8240 www.windmill-lakes.com

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BE YOU IN A CROWD OF THEM Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Wanting to buy or sell a home? Call your local real estate professional Serving the Triad and surrounding areas Do you know what your home is worth?

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Full service auto body On-site rental cars Towing & Recovery Paint-less dent repair Auto glass replacement Certified in frame straightening In house paint mixing Complete vehicle detail

437 Frances Dr. Liberty NC 27298 Phone: (336) 622-2977 www.hightechcollision.com Like us on facebook @ High Tech Collision inc

NEW HOURS! Monday & Tuesday: Closed Wednesday: 10 am - 8 pm Thrusday & Friday: 10 am - 6 pm Saturday: 10 am - 8 pm Sunday: 11 am - 4 pm

NEW HOURS STARTING SEPTEMBER 4TH! Location: 1518 Main Street Ramseur, North Carolina 27316 @veesplacebakery

Vee’s Place Old-Fashioned Bakery is proud to offer delicious treats that are lovingly crafted in small batches; just like Grandmother used to make. Each item is made fresh from scratch using real ingredients in the Vee’s Place kitchen.

Contact: veesplacebakery.com (336) 737-4257 veesplacebakery@gmail.com

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Save the date for Field of Honor, November 9-11

Back in 1989 two brothers had a dream...(or was it a nightmare?). That dream was to create an unparalleled "Haunted House" for their community by producing a Haunted Attraction "Hollywood Style" in the back woods of Snow Camp, North Carolina. Little did they know this was just the beginning of creating 30 more years of fears! After earning their BFA degrees in Drama from UNC-G Dean and Starr Jones went on to be Emmy Award winning Hollywood makeup artists working on hundreds of feature films and TV Shows Los Angeles California eventually expanding to directing and producing their own films. But...every year since 1989 during the month of October, The Hollywood Horror Show returns to the being the "Scariest Place on earth in Snow Camp, North Carolina.

The Asheboro Rotary Club and the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce are joining together again to present the Field of Honor during Veteran’s Day weekend this year. From Saturday, November 9, through Monday, November 11, the baseball field at South Asheboro Middle School will be transformed into the Field of Honor with U.S. flags posted in perfect rows and columns in tribute of heroes. The public will be able to sponsor flags in recognition of their heroes, including veterans, active duty service men and women, first responders, and any personal heroes. More information about buying flags, the opening and closing ceremonies, and sponsorships will be provided in the coming weeks.

The sets, actors, makeup and professionalism of the Horror Show set a precedent for haunted attractions that others still try to emulate to this day. The Original Hollywood Horror show is the longest running indoor haunted attraction in the state and centrally located in North Carolina and is only 10 miles from I40 / I85. This year, 2019, marks the 30th anniversary of The Original Hollywood Horror Show. We feel this is a "newsworthy" milestone and invite you to conduct interviews or cover the event at your convenience. Please contact us at production@hollywoodhorrorshow.com

JAM Special Fabrics, Gifts, and More Judy Merrill Nicki Merrill 1309 NC Hwy 62 Climax, NC 27233 https:// www.facebook.com/ jamspecial/ 336-617-4628

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Auto Body Repair class starts Aug. 26 at RCC Randolph Community College’s Workforce Development and Continuing Education Division is offering an “Auto Body Repair Basics” class beginning at the end of this month, which is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the auto body repair field. Students will be taught how to identify and describe the current types of body/frame construction; evaluate vehicle damage through proper application of measuring and gauging equipment and sequencing techniques; and return vehicle to pre-accident condition. Upon completion, students will have the knowledge base to perform hands-on repairs in the areas of nonstructural repairs, MIG welding, plastics and adhesives, refinishing, and other related areas. The course (#70975) meets from 5:30-9:30 p.m., Mondays and Tuesdays, Aug. 26-Dec. 9, in the Richard Petty Education Center on the Asheboro Campus. The cost is $180.55 For more information or to register, call 336-633-0268.

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Fidelity Bank Turns 110 Years Old Eugene Howard is not a name found in history books, nor is it a well-known name in the Liberty community. However, a local banking branch celebrated the works of Mr. Howard recently and strives to carry out a tradition he began. The Bank of Fuquay, which later became Fidelity Bank, opened under the direction of Mr. Howard in Fuquay Springs, North Carolina on August 10, 1909. Howard was the sole associate running the bank, but took care of all of his community's banking needs by focusing on customer service. On August 10, Fidelity Bank turned 110 years old and the Liberty branch took the opportunity to celebrate this milestone Friday with those who have made it possible-the customers. Fidelity Bank is the product of a merger between Howard's bank, Bank of Fuquay, and a similar bank originating in the 1920's named the Bank of Biscoe. The two banks outlived the Great Depression and afterwards each bank expanded, opening branches nearby. In 1970 the two banks merged and Fidelity Bank became the new entity. The backbone of Fidelity bank has seen a lot over its years-war, financial depression, and a large economic shift brought about as the economy has transitioned from agricultural to manufacturing to technology. Vice President and Branch Manager Paula Lineberry quickly and simply stated the secret to the bank's success is "Our "Right By You" customer service," said Lineberry, referring to a key slogan for Fidelity Bank. "We put the customer first," stated Lisa Brower, Customer Service Representative at the Liberty branch. Lineberry and Brower, along with the other Fidelity banking staff in Liberty, celebrated their 110th birthday with their customers, serving cake and drinks and chatting as customers came in to take care of their banking needs. Back in 1909 Howard made it a point to treat his customers with honesty, integrity and the best service available. He would be proud to know that Liberty's Fidelity branch is carrying on his tradition over a century later.

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The Giving Back Project A young woman who, in spite of many struggles, has found her calling. She calls it the Give Back Project. Ms. Kyosha Lowery is a graduate of Asheboro High School and she has made it her mission to bless students through the gift of personal hygiene bags. Below is an excerpt from the article. Â At the tender age of 26, Kyosha Lowery possesses more wisdom and humility than many people twice her age. Despite devastating challenges, Kyosha has held her head high and listened to the small voice in very back of her mind. In the midst of fighting for her own life, Kyosha decided she would choose kindness by dedicating herself to a cause greater than she could have imagined. She would give back to the community that provided so much support to her. In this moment of clarity, she says God put it on her heart to care for those who were struggling to care for themselves.

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Patterson Cottage to Host Heritage Festival             The Patterson Cottage Museum will host its annual Heritage Festival Saturday September 28, 10-3:00 at the cottage, 239 S. Fayetteville St, Liberty, N.C. The festival celebrates the skills, arts and crafts of our forefathers and features demonstrations, music, food and clogging by the Sapphire Cloggers from Sapphire-Studio in Liberty. Among the vendors and demonstrators this year are: Blacksmith Randy Stoltz, who demonstrates annually at the NC State Fair, Ramseur resident Larry Kriesler and his pine needle weaving, Ten Henson on colonial dulcimer, Lisa Cox with colonial weaving, Brenda Heindl of Liberty Stoneware,  Bob Armfield with Oakland Pottery, Mary Humble with Bead Knot Affrayed, woodworking with Terry Crouse, Matthew Gregg, historic interpreter from Bennett Place State Historic Site, Don Herndon on guitar and Sharyn Walker on banjo. Rick Harmon will provide Kettle Corn and other goodies, folks from Rocky River Friends Meeting will be selling baked goods and Hurricane Jane’s will provide lunch.   Quilters from the Burlington Quilters Guild will be displaying their quilts in the Town Hall Council Room. The Patterson Cottage will also display some of its historic quilts including the “bicentennial quilt” made by Liberty fourth graders in 1974. A yard sale will start at 7:00 a.m. The Sapphire Cloggers will perform at 11:00. The Patterson Cottage Museum will be open to the public from 10-3:00. The Patterson Cottage, built in 1884, is the oldest remaining residence in Liberty. It was moved to its present location in 1974 by citizens who recognized its importance. Soon afterwards, Liberty residents turned it into a museum and began filling it with artifacts and items of historic interest and importance to the town and the surrounding area. In 2018, the Liberty Town Council approved a request by the newly founded Friends of the Patterson Cottage to allow the group to build a museum beside the cottage if funds could be raised. A museum would protect and secure the artifacts presently in the cottage which is not climate controlled. The cottage could then be furnished as an 1884 residence. Anyone wishing to make a donation to this building fund can do so on the Friends of the Patterson Cottage FaceBook page or contact a member of the Friends. For more information on the Heritage Festival or making a donation, call 336-622-2731.             The Festival is free and open to the public.  

HERITAGE DAY FESTIVAL

Saturday, September 28th 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Patterson Cottage, 239 S. Fayetteville St., Liberty Handmade Arts and Crafts Demonstrations, Music, Clogging Quilt Exhibit, Baked Goods, Hot Dogs and much more! Patterson Cottage Museum Open House 10:00 am-3:00 pm | Yard Sale at 7:00 am Starting at 10:00 am:

Blacksmith Randy Stoltz and Friends Pine needle weaver Larry Kriesler Colonial dulcimer Ted Henson Colonial weaving Lisa Cox Liberty Stoneware Brenda Heindl Pottery Bob Armfield Cloggers Sapphire Studio (11 a.m.) Music Don Herndon & Sharyn Walker Woodworking Terry Crouse Quilters Burlington Quilter's Guild Bead Knot Afrayed Mary Humble Hurricane Jane's Dogs and More Baked Goods Rocky River Friends Meeting Carvers and much more Sponsored by the Patterson Cottage Committee and Friends of the Historic Patterson Cottage Museum For more info call 336-622-2731

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Bring your lawn chairs! (Rain location – inside the Meeting House!) The Walters Family from Bonlee, NC began making music together nine years ago when the girls were just 3, 5, and 7 years old. Since then they have traveled from the mountains to the coast sharing their music at church services, community events, and festivals. Their concerts include traditional bluegrass, gospel and country tunes as well as a collection of original music written by the band and featuring the tight harmonies of the three sisters. Sarah Katherine (16) plays fiddle, guitar, keyboard and mandolin. Shelby Lynn (14) plays banjo, guitar, mandolin, and electric guitar. Laura Ann (12) plays mandolin, guitar, and drums, while parents Robbie and Kathryn hold the rhythm on guitar and bass.

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Do We Speak Life? By: Andy Clapp Over the course of the last decade, the civil discourse in America has become argumentative, accusation, and labeling, n o l o n g e r o ffe r i n g a chance to disagree and remain in relationship but tearing apart the very fi b e r s o f t h a t o n c e connected friends, families, and co-workers. Watching these events take place on social media each day pressed me to look at myself, to investigate my words, and see what came of those words. Were the words I spoke indicative of the beliefs that I hold? Were the sounds I made the echo of a heart that beats for God or one filled with rage and anger? Sadly, I had become one of “those” voices, railing on and on about what was wrong, rarely offering any solution for what could be done to change it. We live in a lazy world. Today, more people will bellow about issues, but few will step up to do any part of fixing that issue. Rather than putting in effort, they only provide volume, and I was becoming one. I listened to myself and began noticing that the center of my words were “me”. My statements were revolving around my wants, desires, needs, disappointments, hurts, and failures, focusing on myself first and foremost. There, in the recognition of what I was saying, I could see how I had failed to speak life and light into the darkness. I had said I wanted to change the world, but my words said I only wanted to alter my existence, make a change to my reality. Most of us fall into that trap. So, how do we change it? What do we do to alter the currents and change the tides of these times? We begin to speak life. We speak to what endures, to what is unchanging, to the very thing that breathes life – the Word of God. A beautiful statement is found in Isaiah, as it reads, “The grass withers, the flowers fade, but the word of our God remains forever.” (Isaiah 40:8 HCSB) We are not far away from the grass dying, the leaves falling, and the trees standing barren until next year. Winter is a perfect season to depict what the landscape looks like in our lives when we fail to speak life. But we do not have to speak that which leads to barrenness and death, but we have the chance to use our words to promote growth in ourselves and in those around us. Hebrews 4:12 says, “For the word of God is living and effective and sharper than any two-edged sword, penetrating as far as to divide soul, spirit, joints, and marrow; it is a judge of the ideas and thoughts of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12 HCSB) Instead of simply trying to change someone’s mind, we have the chance to lead them to the place where the Lord can change their heart. We do so by speaking the Word of God and allowing the Author of life to change a life. Speak life today and watch as God continues to use it for generations to come.

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RCC offering two new courses for LMBTs Randolph Community College is offering two opportunities for Licensed Massage Therapists — the new “Prenatal Massage” and “Ethics & Gemstone Facial Massage” courses. In the “Prenatal Massage” class, students will understand not only the usual three trimesters of pregnancy, but also what Doulas refer to as the “Fourth Trimester,” which is the time immediately following birth. Discussions will include the pros and cons of massaging during the first trimester, areas to avoid, contraindications, and how to handle the increased flexibility of joints. Students will learn how to drape and position a pregnant client. The course is a must for anyone wanting to specifically work with this population, as well as those who find themselves faced with a pregnant client unexpectedly. The class has been approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork for 8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for Licensed Massage Bodywork Therapists (LMBTs), and is taught by a Board Approved Continuing Education Provider. “Prenatal Massage” (#71111) is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 14, from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. “Ethics & Gemstone Facial Massage” has been approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork for 6 CEUs for LMBTs (3 hours in Ethics and 3 hours in Gemstone Facial Massage) and is taught by a Board Approved Continuing Education Provider. The Ethics portion of the course is designed to create a deeper understanding of a variety of populations of massage clients and how to best address their needs in the massage room so that both client and therapist feel comfortable in the therapeutic setting. The Gemstone Facial Massage portion of this class trains therapists how to use their hands and cooling stones to reduce puffiness, inflammation and swelling around the eyes, reduce sinus pressure and tension, and reduce headaches, symptoms of TMJ, and facial tension. This unique treatment also includes massage of the head, scalp, and neck. It is a perfect add-on for any massage treatment. The course (#71112) is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 5, from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Both “Prenatal Massage” and “Ethics & Gemstone Facial Massage” are in room 106 of the Allied Health Center on the Asheboro Campus. The cost is $70.55 per course. Students must have satisfactorily completed an approved Therapeutic Massage program or be an LMBT.

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Local farmers market opens in Pleasant Garden A farmers market could be described as a community who gathers to share their passions. Mary Ann Yow is passionate about helping local people.  Once again, God has shown her a way to help the community and continue the mission of Easter’s Promise.    Mary Ann does not believe in coincidences, but rather Divine guidance in her life.  This is how the idea of Pleasant Garden Country Market began.  About two years ago, she was with a friend who needed to go to a local farmers market to grab some pimento cheese.  The farmers market had a lot of fresh fruits, vegetables, hand churned butter and locally produced cheeses.  She knew that Pleasant Garden could use something like that.   Over the next couple of years, the idea would again arise, but Mary Ann did not think that she would have time to run a farmers market and Easter’s Promise.  As it turns out, she does not have to do both, because  in those two years, God has blessed Easter’s Promise with many new veterans and volunteers.  One of those, Sarah Douglas, along with her family, have taken leadership roles at Easter’s Promise.  Sarah, along with other volunteers, take care of the day-to-day tasks.  She is also the Volunteer Coordinator and helps young people and people who are young at heart with Eagle Scout projects, school projects and service hours.    Pleasant Garden Country Market opened August 1, after a lot of labor and a lot of paint.  Many friends were there to help Mary Ann almost every day of July.  Many people questioned whether they would make it look good.  In the now famous words of Sarah Palin, “You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.”  You can paint an old building, and it is still an old building, but it has a long history in Pleasant Garden.  It was once a busy shopping center, housing the Pleasant Garden Post Office for many years.  Many young men had their first hair cut in the old barber shop, and for years, women got their hair done by Bobbie Harris, next to Mr. Boone’s fabric store.  Frank Coble started a hardware store, which was sold and run by many others over the years.  The building has character, and with a little tender love and care, now houses the Country Market.    Pleasant Garden Country Market sells Boar and Castle sauce, corn meal and flour from the Old Mill at Guilford, elderberry syrup, grass fed beef, hand churned butter, Homeland Creamery milk and ice cream, honey, muscadine and scuppernong juice, organic chicken, organic and soy free eggs, and pimento cheese.  The Country Market also has a show room for local talent, with books, crocheted and sewn items, paintings and more.  Their mission is:  “Buy from local people and put it all in one place for the community.”  All of the proceeds from the Country Market go back to Easter’s Promise.    Not sure what Easter’s Promise is all about?  Stop by Pleasant Garden Country Market and let Mary Ann Yow tell you all about it!  It is located in the old Pleasant Garden Shopping Center, 4730 Pleasant Garden Road, Pleasant Garden, North Carolina.  They are open Tuesday through Friday from 9am until 6pm and Saturday from 9am until 4pm Article by Rick Staton and Mary Ann Yow. Edited by Donna Staton

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Volume 17 Issue 9 September 2019 Liberty Leader Newspaper 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, www.countrysideauctioneers.com 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

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WE DON'T CUT WOOD ,MOW YARDS, TRIM SHRUBS,PAINT PUT UP FENCES OR ANY THING ELSE.. WE PRESSURE WASH EVERY THING THAT WHY THE CALL US THE CLEANING PRO'S WE ARE THE BEST AROUND BEEN IN BUSINESS 25 YEARS... FROM FOUNDATIONS TO SHINGLE ROOFS WE DO IT ALL SO GIVE US A CALL FOR ALL YOUR CLEANING NEEDS....

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Hospice of Alamance and Caswell WE HONOR OUR VETERANS

As part of the National “We Honor Our Veterans” collaboration, Hospice of Alamance and Caswell honored Oscar Lindley and Uri A. Paschal both World War II Veterans. Both men are residents at Alamance House Assisted Living Facility in Burlington. Hospice is committed to providing added comfort care and attention to Veterans facing end of life and / or caring for loved ones themselves that are Hospice appropriate. The collaboration helps to prevent feelings of isolation or traumatic life experiences while acknowledging and showing appreciation for the Veteran’s military service. On August 15,2019 the Hospice and Alamance House Assisted Living Facility teams joined to honor the WWII Veterans with United States flags that had flown over the United States Capital by Cory Spoor, Veterans Outreach Services Liaison through United States Congressman Mark Walker’s office. Hospice of Alamance and Caswell awarded both men with certificates of recognition, acknowledgement and appreciation of service, military patriotic print pillows, prayer shawls and quilts. Alamance House Assisted Facility leadership provided refreshments for the Veterans, their families and friends attending the celebration. Oscar Lindley, was born in Kernersville and lived most of his life in Liberty, NC. He laughingly shared that he volunteered for the Marines in order to select the branch of service he preferred. Mr. Lindley served from 1940 through 1946. Tours of duty included 26 months on ship on Gilbert and Marshall Islands. Additionally, Mr. Lindley earned the Good Conduct Medal for Services from 1941-44, the American Defense Service Medal with Fleet Class, The European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, The Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal Award, WWII Victory Medal, Bronze Medals for European-African –Middle Eastern Campaign Medal and the Gilbert Islands Bronze Star Insignia. Uri A. Paschal, WWII Army Veteran was born and raised in Alamance County and enlisted into service at Fort Bragg, NC on March 16, 1946 and served through 1949. He was dressed for the celebration in his original Army uniform surrounded by family and friends. Mr. Paschal’s decorations and Citations included the World War II Victory Medal and the Occupation Medal. His military occupation was Electrician Automotive and attended The Ordinance School, Aberdeen Proving Ground and Truck Wheel Vehicle Electrician School. Mr. Paschal served in Hawaii and was a member of the 3010 ORD Leghorn, Italy. While in service he met Actor Ralph Waite, best known for his role as John Walton, Senior on the Waltons TV Show. Waite was a Social Worker at the time and served as Chaplain for Mr. Paschal’s troop. After Mr. Paschal’s military service he returned to Burlington and established Paschal’s Automotive Repair on Durham Street in Burlington and taught automotive mechanics at Western High school until his full retirement. At almost 93 years old, Mr. Paschal can give an almost accurate diagnosis of a car malfunction or repair need just hearing the characteristics of the condition. Hospice of Alamance and Caswell and Alamance House Assisted Living Facility proudly salutes these WWII heroes for their service to our country and feel fortunate to be a part of the care teams for them and their families.

RCC Small Business Center hosting BREAKTHROUGH Business Summit for nonprofits 9/8: Triad Daylily Fans presents Cyndy Hummel who raises Butterfly's. Find out how we share habitat, care and feeding, A-Z! See what marvelous varieties are in our area. Live butterfly's will be on hand! She is the editor of the Carolina Butterfly Society newsletter as well as a American Daylily Society member. You will enjoy a handout for reference in your garden. Bring a friend. 336 456 4509 2-4pm Earth-fare 2965 Battleground Ave, GSO

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Starting a new nonprofit or looking to jumpstart an existing one? Randolph Community College’s Small Business Center is hosting its 2nd Annual BREAKTHROUGH Business Summit on Thursday, Aug. 29, and this year’s theme is Empowering NonProfit Success. The Summit takes place from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on the Asheboro Campus. The free event includes guest speakers who will share creative ideas and solutions that will help nonprofits be more effective and inspire action. Topics include keys to effective Board leadership and recruitment, motivating and empowering your brand, Donor Relations 101, getting started with marketing for nonprofits, fund management and building community trust, video marketing for the camera shy, growing your nonprofit with social media, and 10 marketing essentials for nonprofits. The Summit provides a variety of session types and networking opportunities, along with energy, takeaways, and strategies needed to accelerate change. The sessions will be presented by leading local experts, including Jacob Lewis with Ripl and Elizabeth Mitchell with United Way of Randolph County. Attendees can choose the session that best fits their situation. Anyone involved in running a nonprofit — from board members to staff to executive directors — is welcome to attend. The Summit will be in room 103 of the Continuing Education and Industrial Center. Coffee and lunch will be provided. For information, call 336-633-0216 or email ljbrady@randolph.edu. To register, go to tinyurl.com/sbcbbs2019.

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