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The Liberty Leader

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December! 13 Food Drive! 14 Craft Festival! 14 Staley Parade! 14 Snow Camp Parade! 14 Holiday Market! 14 Ramseur Parade! 15 Comedy! 15 PEARLS Tea! 17 MY HOPE Event! 17 Cooking Healthy! 25 MERRY ! CHRISTMAS! 29 ONE CHURCH ! Music Event! 31 Teens Zero Hour!

December 2013

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www.libertynewspaper.org! The Liberty Leader has just put up a new website. Here you can check out local events on the community calendar and submit your event to be posted online and in the paper. See the latest paper online here also. We are in the process beginning a weekly online paper to come out each week to keep you unto date on all events. You can sign up to receive it via email or by visiting our website or Facebook. Follow us on Facebook and getting breaking stories and reminders of events. You can find us on Facebook at the following group name (Liberty Leader Newspaper)! www.facebook.com/groups/libertyleadernewspaper/! Thanks for 10 great years. Did you also know that Liberty Leader Newspaper can build your own website, set you up for social media and maintain them for you for a low monthly fee. Also we have staff photographers that can do pictures for all occasions and your business needs. Give us a call

January! 1 HAPPY NEW YEAR! 11 MLK Parade! 18 Comm Country ! Dinner!

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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEARS FROM THE LIBERTY LEADER THANKS FOR ANOTHER GREAT YEAR libertynewspaper.org Office 336-795-0054 Mobile 336-404-9791 Email libertynewspaper@aol.com The Liberty Leader Newspaper

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Much too often, our schedules are too hectic and our lives are too busy for quality family time. However, one local event enabled families to slow down and enjoy each other and the fresh fall air. On Friday, October 25th and Saturday, October 26th, Millstone Creek Orchards in Ramseur was filled with families and young children spending quality time together. The Orchard held two Halloween Movie Nights that provided families with time to enjoy the great outdoors while engaging in family-friendly activities. Children and families participated in the twonight event by riding hayrides, drinking hot cups of apple cider, swinging in tire swings, and even roasting hot dogs and s’mores in the fire pits. Families and children were also invited to participate in a free art center where they made spooky masks and decorated pumpkins. The free art center was courtesy of Celebrate Liberty’s Children, Liberty’s local Smart Start advisory board funded by the North Carolina Partnership for Children. Celebrate Liberty’s Children collaborated with students from Eastern Randolph to volunteer and help families and children make masks and decorate pumpkins. Volunteers from Celebrate Liberty’s Children also gave out free books to the children that attended the event to encourage book sharing with families and children. After the fun-filled activities and when the darkness fell, families watched the featured movie: It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. A very special thanks goes out to the volunteers of Celebrate Liberty’s Children and to Eastern Randolph students and their teacher, Natasha Thomas, for hosting the art center and for distributing free children’s books. And a big thank you to Millstone Creek Orchards for hosting the special event! - By Jennifer Beasley The Liberty Leader Newspaper

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Dear Friends, WE ARE HERE AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS!!!! Thank you so very much for being patient with us. We hope you think the wait was worth it‌we sure do. We also want to thank Amy at Family Dollar for keeping us informed of their timeline and wish her and Family Dollar the very best. Liberty Family Pharmacy will be providing free delivery for those of you who are home bound or do not wish to get out or just want us to deliver to your home or place of business, either way, we are here to serve you. If you are a local craftsman or artist and are looking for a retail display for your work at no charge, please give us a call. We want to do our best to help support local businesses. Below is a transfer form for your convenience if you would like to give us the opportunity to serve your prescription needs, or if you prefer, come in and talk to us. We don’t mind a bit! Thank you and we look forward to serving the pharmacy needs of Liberty and surrounding communities.

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With a 100 + year history of youth development excellence, 4-H in North Carolina continues to positively impact and change the lives of youth in the state. Today’s program serves over 208,000 youth in the state making it the largest youth development program in North Carolina. Locally, over 4000 youth are reached here in Randolph County. Today’s youth need educational experiences that will enable them to compete for jobs globally, excel educationally and live healthy lives. Therefore, 4-H will be focusing on developing initiatives to assist youth in healthy living, exploring career paths, and developing competence in leadership, citizenship and communication. How will 4-H in Randolph County be able to do this? As 4-H professionals we will continue to support the development of community 4-H clubs. Research shows us that the long-term investment youth make in 4-H clubs will benefit them in years to come. In addition, 4-H will promote opportunities for youth to participate in activities such as: 4-H presentations; Citizenship Focus, State 4-H Congress; camping, and the international exchange program. 4-H presentations are a super way for club members to build their skill and confidence in public speaking. We all know that as children age, they are being required to journal, complete science projects and even senior projects. Youth who get a head start on public speaking through 4-H are one step ahead of their peers when these opportunities present themselves.Youth, who become engaged in their communities at an early age, learn they can influence people and contribute significantly when involved! As adults, we must create opportunities for youth to become partners with us, making decisions and learning the process of community investment. Involving youth on boards and commissions is one way to engage youth in their community. Youth can learn so much when caring adults invest time and energy in this direction. A popular event that is held each year is State 4-H Congress, a yearly trip to the North Carolina State University campus in Raleigh for 4-H youth 13 years of age and older who participate in town hall meetings, state wide presentation finals, elect state 4-H officers and complete a community service project. After a busy week on the campus most youth return to their hometowns eager to continue contributing in meaningful ways! Camps are a very important part of our 4-H tradition. Camping is an excellent learning laboratory in the out of doors! Camping allows us to focus on building skill in science, technology, math and engineering, the backbone of many of the future jobs youth will vie for in the future! Randolph County recruits youth to participate in junior 4-H Camp each summer! Randolph County 4-H is committed to providing programming that will help youth in our communities grow and develop into contributing members of our society! I hope you will help us with this mighty endeavor! For more information or to start a club in the Liberty area, give us a call at: Liberty 218-4000; Archdale / Trinity, 819-3000, and Asheboro, 318-6000. 4H is open to girls and boys ages 519 without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability. 4-H is a United Way Agency. By Barbara Dunn Swanson

Collage Baseball Signing Faith Christian had two baseball players sign to play college baseball this week during the early signing period. Alec Allred signed with Methodist University and Michael Milian, Jr signed with Williams Baptist College.  As Faith Christian's starting pitcher, Michael had a . 245 ERA with 72 strike outs on only 15 base on balls.  In addition, he hit .295 at the plate during the last season.  As Faith Christian's starting shortstop, Alec hit .548, had a .838 slugging percentage, and had 24 stolen bases during his last season.  In addition, Alec was named to the Perfect Game All American Preseason Honorable Mention team.   Faith Christian is proud of these two student athletes.

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In the picture to the left, going left to right, is Reggie Allred, Alec Allred, Cam Allred, and in the back AD Bruce McLanahan

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The Ramseur Area Civitan Club challenged the citizens of Ramseur to fill Club President Robert Hesselmeyer’s pick-up truck with food for the local food pantries. On Saturday, Dec. 7, from 8 a.m.-12 p.m., the club greeted shoppers at the Just Save grocery store on Jordan Road, Ramseur, and encouraged them to help support the food drive. Afterwards, the truck was full and close to 600 non-perishable food items were taken to the Ramseur Food Pantry and Church on the Rock food ministries. The club has also recently donated 1,000 candy canes to the Randolph County Job Link for the Asheboro Christmas parade; 600 packets of hot chocolate and 144 bags of ground coffee to Church on the Rock food ministries and 3,000 packets of hot chocolate, 288 bags of ground coffee and five boxes of toiletries to the Ramseur Food Pantry.! Story By Judi Brinegar December 2013 Issue


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The Liberty Police Department and the Liberty Associations of Churches, is planning a can food drive for people in need. The winter weather forecast predicts a long, cold season and we would like to help as much as we can. The goal will be to fill the bed, with can food items, of the Liberty Police Department Animal Control pickup truck. We are asking anyone that can help to please come out and donate canned food items on, Friday, December 13, 2013 We will first set up in the parking lot of Liberty Plaza Shopping Center, West Swannanoa Avenue from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Our second location will be at the parking lot of the Dollar General Store, South Greensboro Street, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. A large number of families are in need of help. Please come out and support this worthy cause. All the food donated will be distributed in the Liberty community and surrounding areas. Your donation will make a difference. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.! Sincerely, Officers of the Liberty Police Department.

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“Stress Free Christmas?” ! Christian Comedian, Keith Deltano, will be using comedy to encourage his audience to simplify Christmas when he performs his show, “I’m Dreaming of a Stress Free Christmas” at Tabernacle United Methodist Church on Dec 15th. Keith combines scripture, audience interaction, and cultural commentary into an unusual style of uplifting comedy.  Keith has been an award winning public middle school teacher, youth leader, private counselor and educational comedian.  He is a winner of the Teaching Excellence Award and was awarded the National Impact Award.  The Christian Comedy Association called his comedy CD “The Best Topic Driven CD”. Keith will take on the commercialization of Christmas; nothing about the holiday rush will escape his wit.  He will pull comedy from the mall scene, and parking, the in-laws, the gift buying and travel as well as “family issues” that come up in the holidays.  He will even offer solutions so this Christmas can be better. Keith says, “I named my site Defy Conformity because all my comedy is about not running with the crowd, not conforming to what is considered “normal”.  Whether I’m doing a show on sex and drug resistance for teens or avoiding commercialism during Christmas for adults, I’m trying to get my audience to recognize unhealthy behaviors and change them.  Laughter is a great tool for social analysis.” Keith goes on, “I’m Dreaming of a Stress Free Christmas” is a great show for couples with young kids, after all, they are the ones that do the most running during “the holidays”. It is a hilarious comedy show, but the audience will learn through the laughter.  Christmas can be better this year because they came to the show.” Come laugh at your own “Christmas idiosyncrasies” when Keith Deltano performs “I’m Dreaming of a Stress Free Christmas” on Dec 15th at 7:00 at Tabernacle United Methodist Church, 5721 Methodist Road Greensboro. Tickets are 12.00 for adults, 8.00 for 13 and under or 32.00 for the whole immediate family.  Tickets will be available at the door.  Desert will be served after the show.  All proceeds will support Boy Scout Troop 426.  For more information go to www.tumctroop426.org.   

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The Snow Camp 7th annual Christmas Parade will be held December 14, 2013. Lineup begins at 10am and the parade starts at 11am on Sylvan School and Drama Roads. All are welcome to participate and watch.  We welcome sports teams, churches, and clubs to participate. The 2013 Grand Marshal is Jay Ashley, Managing Editor of the Times-News. The 2013 celebrations won’t end after the parade.  For the first time this year we will feature the Simple Gifts Holiday Market from 11:30am- 3pm in the Shoffner Building located on the Drama Site.  The Holiday Market will include live music from local bands, baked goods, a raffle, crafts, quilts, pottery, handmade scarves, and lots of local goods made by your neighbors! Be sure and bring non-perishable foods to enter the raffle. Free admission. The parade and market is sponsored by the Snow Camp Historical Drama Society, Inc.  For more information call 336-376-6948.

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Once again the owners of Capri's in Liberty has given back to the works of Liberty that has given so much to our town. On Wed Nov 27, all the town workers from administration, public works, fire and police was given a free lunch buffet. Mr Salem current manager and head waitress Sonya stated, “At Thanksgiving they just wanted to let the town workers know our town is only great due to there great efforts in Liberty. This was a small way they wanted to give back to them. “ This is just one of the many ways Capri’s give back to its community and its customers.


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Dear MB, You are probably just suffering from stress induced insomnia (difficultly falling or staying asleep) and yes, I think you are right in trying a non-prescription sleep aid first. There are many different non-medicinal options, but since you mentioned medicine and I am a pharmacist, I will just mention the non-prescription/overthe-counter possibilities: BenadrylTM, melatonin, ZzzquilTM, valerian root, SominexTM are just a few. As a chronic imsomniac, I have my favorites: generic BenadrylTM (diphenhydramine, which is available in generic) and melatonin. Over-the-counter diphenhydramine comes in liquid, tablet, or capsule form and actually is the active ingredient in many over-the-counter name brand sleep aid products. 25mg is the most common dose for insomnia, but I have seen some people take up to 50mg. I would talk to my doctor before starting diphenhydramine, especially if you’re pregnant, if you have increased eye pressure, closed angle glaucoma, chronic difficulty having a bowel movement, blockage of urinary bladder, or enlarged prostate. Caution is advised if you are older due to the medicine increasing your risk of falling. Some people report feeling groggy for several hours after waking up after taking this medicine. Melatonin is another option. Although it is categorized as a dietary supplement, it is also a hormone that all humans (and other animals) produce naturally. It helps in the regulation of the sleepwake cycle by causing drowsiness. Some studies also suggest melatonin might be helpful in the prevention of certain diseases and it also has powerful antioxidant properties. If you decide to take this, I would recommend starting at a dose of 3mg and titrate up until you get the desired effect. Higher doses (20mg and up) may have blood thinning effects would could be harmful in certain patients. Like diphenhydramine, I would ask your doctor before beginning taking this.


LOCAL MODERN WOODMEN MEMBERS! HONOR HOMETOWN HERO! Gail Morgan, Liberty, was honored on November 25th for countless hours of service to the community.  Morgan was honored for her extensive work with the Liberty Chamber of Commerce and the NC STEP Program through Modern Woodmen of America’s Hometown Heroes Program.  In recognition of her efforts, members of Modern Woodmen’s Liberty chapter presented ! Morgan with a certificate and ! awarded a $100 grant to the Liberty Chamber of Commerce, the charitable organization of her choice.! Coordination by local Modern Woodmen members, chapters provide opportunities to connect through social activities and volunteer projects.! “Improving the quality of life for our members, their families and their communities is Modern Woodmen’s mission” says JB Griffith III, local Modern Woodmen activities coordinator.  “The Hometown Heroes Program helps us acknowledge and thank volunteers across the country for doing just that.”!

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5. Town Board Meeting Rescheduled: Town Council will meet on the third th 1. NC Step. At our November Town Board Meeting, Council members voted Monday December 16 for our regularly scheduled work session. Due to Holidays, our regularly scheduled board meeting will be rescheduled unanimously to approve allocations for the $100,000 NC Rural Center Grant. Christmas th These allocations are the results of 144 different members of our community for the 5 Monday, December 30, 2013. ! working together for 15 months to determine where this money would best ben- 6. Election Results: On December 30, at our rescheduled Town Council meetefit our people and the Town of Liberty. If you came to one meeting, signed the ing a swearing in ceremony will include our newly elected council members. register, a certificate was produced especially for you. If you have not received Taking the Oath of Office will be council members Filmore York, Robin Frady, your certificate of participation, please stop by town hall. Allocations were as Mark (MJ) Jones, Tyson Nixon, and Terry Caviness as mayor. Council member follows: Small Business Expansion Grant $25,000; Agribusiness Farmers Mar- Gary Davis will continue to serve the remaining 2 years of his 4 year term. ! ket Expansion $20,000; Small Business Coaching $20,000; Event Support 7. Liberty Family Pharmacy: May we welcome our newest member to the list Equipment $6,000; Tourism Marketing Plan $8,000; Business Directory of growing businesses to our “Heart of the Piedmont”, Liberty Family PharmaBrochures $2,500; Business Website $10,000; Streetscape Improvement Plan cy, and may We Wish You The Best of Luck!! th $3,500; Streetscape Improvements $5,000. All projects must be completed and 8. Christmas Parade and Martin Luther King Parade; At our October 28 regular board meeting council members unanimously approved the December monies used by June of 2015 or monies will return to the state. Although allocath tions are complete, we will continue with a brief meeting each month to ensure 7 street closings for the Liberty Christmas Parade, Tree Lighting Ceremony projects are moving forward. No meals will be served for these short informal and Downtown Street Festival. Also, approved unanimously was the requestth for meetings. Date to remember is the Second Tuesday of Each Month at 6:00 PM the second annual Martin Luther King Parade scheduled for January 11 at at Town Hall. Our December 10, 2013, meeting is canceled as we await the 1:30 PM. Parade route begins at Liberty Shopping Center proceeding South on final contract with approved allocations from the NC Department of Commerce. Greensboro St., turning East on Swannanoa Ave, turning North on Fayetteville St, and ending at Liberty Elementary School for disassembling. For information Mark you calendar January 14, 2014, and February 11, 2014. ! and registration contact Helen Headen, President of the Liberty Martin Luther 2. Liberty Veterans Memorial and Gardens; Contributions are 100% Tax Deductible Toward Construction Cost (No Engraving Request) Engraved Veteran’s King Jr. Committee at 336-622-4088! 9. Operation Food Drive: The Liberty Police Department and the Liberty AsName in Granite Memorial for a Contribution of $150.00, Tax Deductible sociations of Churches have joined together to help our families in need. Help Amount $135.00. Call us or E-mail us with your address, we will forward the us fill the Animal Control pickup truck on December 13 at Liberty Plaza Shopinformation. To view our video, go on U-Tube or Facebook, type in Liberty Vetping Center from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM or Dollar General parking lot from 1:00 erans Memorial and Gardens. Increase to full screen for better viewing. ! Contact any Board of Director for Instructions, Application, and Brochure ! PM until 5:00 PM. The Center for Liberty Association of Churches reaches out Cary McMasters, Wally Waldridge, Guy Troy, Rhonda Murray, Don Herndon, to many families with various needs continuously during the year and they are asking for our Help, “ Support our Churches and Volunteers in their goal to David Wall, Terry Caviness! make a difference in the lives of so many families and children here at home. Registered Telephone #336-622-3850 with IRS & NC Dept of Revenue! Registered E-mail Address tlconst@rtelco.net with IRS & NC Dept of Revenue! Something so small can mean so much to someone without. With Your Help, We Can Make a Difference.”! Make Checks Payable To: Liberty Veterans Memorial & Gardens! _______________________________________________________________! Registered Address: P O Box 928 Liberty, North Carolina 27298! Internal Revenue ID# 46-1508291 Non-Profit 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) Public Charity “Another Year is Coming to a Close as Another Rapidly Approaches. On Behalf of Council Members and all the Employees of the Town of Liberty, We Would 170 ( b ) ( 1 ) ( A ) vi )! 3. Michael Thomas Furniture: The Town of Liberty is the property owner of the Like to Extend Our Warmest Thank You and Wish Everyone a Very Special building located at 100 Newberry Street in Liberty, previously Michael Thomas Christmas and Safe Holidays Brimming With Kindness Reminiscent of the Furniture. We are under contract for the sale of the property scheduled to close Season” ! in December. Stipulations include a clean environmental report. Phase 1 Envi- Terry Caviness, Mayor! ronmental Testing has been completed with no issues. The Final Report is Town of Liberty! pending.! 4. New Water Wells: Town Manager Roy Lynch and our engineers with Alley, Williams, Carmen & King, are moving forward with our NC Rural Center grant totaling $483,000. This grant money comes with a $.50 to $1 dollar match or $235,000 for 3 new wells. Eight properties were in consideration based on our geological study done a few years ago. Three of these properties have been moved into the final selection category.!

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A meal of vegetable soup and sandwiches was prepared for the 42 members and guest present. The meal was prepared by Earl, Ritchie and Perry.  The meeting was opened by Commander Ritchie York after the opening prayer by Henry Galary and the POW/MIA Remembrance by Cary McMasters. The pledge of allegiance was lead by the Commander York. The Ladies were then excused for the Auxiliary Unit 81 meeting.   Post Adjutant McMasters introduced three guests: Tammy Fox & Timothy Delgado from Coldwell Bank Mortgage and they spoke on Veterans benefits on home loans and families of veterans needing loans. They left brochures and cards for the membership. The next guest was Town Mayor Terry Caviness and Secretary/Treasurer of Liberty Veterans Memorial & Gardens. Terry came to show a video of the site near the Town Hall and gave a briefing of the memorial. We also had brochures and paperwork on the cost of putting you names on the memorial and requirements. The guests were then excused if they needed to leave or could stay and answer questions. The Post adjutant then read the minutes from the October meeting and they were approved as read. A THANK YOU card was read from Ashley Moody of Randolph Tech for the use of the American Legion Building for students getting their GED from the area. The Commander did a roll call of Officers and a quorum was declared. Commander York talked about the mailing:  Oratorical Contest, Boy’s State, Scouting and the 15th Districting meeting at Lexington Post 255 on 17 November 2013 with a meal at 1p. The Commander reminded all present that our next meeting would be our Christmas Program on 14 December 2013 at 6:00p.m. Commander York also talked about the NEF( National Emergency Fund) & Old North State Program which are the Department Commanders Harris’ projects. Earl Morin moved to donate $50.00 to each of these programs and seconded by Donald Moore. With no discussion the motion was carried. The check has been mailed. Terry Brown was present and thanked all that supported the Randolph County Honor Guard fundraiser that served about 1200 plates to help buy a new 2013 van and a used Astro van. He also reported that the Honor Guard had assisted over 440 families so far this year. Adjutant McMasters had assisted with an Eagle Scout Ceremony at Providence Friends in Climax and presented a National Commander Certificate and has two more on order for Scouts in the community. Sick Call - Terry & Jeane Stutts, L.T. Smith Family. The Brunswick Stew was talked about and we are cooking on 23 November 2013. The meat will be cooked at Perry’s on Friday and also peel the onions and the potatoes and the pot will be moved to the Post 81 Saturday morning to finish the cooking. We had pre sold 198 quarts at the start on Saturday morning.  The stew was again a huge success. I would like to thank all that helped with the stew and sold the stew. We could not do it without you. We have talked about cooking BBQ in January and Stew again in February 2014. We plan to do a raffle at the Christmas Party to help with our programs and the prize will be a $250. 00 gift card .The tickets will be in the Christmas mailing from the Post. We also plan to collect canned goods for the LAC. The 50/50 was won by Chuck Stephens and he donated it back to the Post. With no further business and after the closing prayer the meeting was closed in due form.  Story By Cary A. McMasters, PDC - Post adjutant

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Liberty Association Of Churches ONE CHURCH MUSIC December 29th: 7pm You’re invited to join us at FFC Freedom Family Church 510 N Greensboro St, Liberty at 7PM as we come together as ONECHURCH to worship Jehovah Nissi- the Lord that goes before us- as we prepare to go into the new year! Join local churches as we come together and worship in music together.

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Party Yourself Into Shape. Zumba Fitness classes are being offer at the Reitzel Community Center on Tuesday afternoons from 1:00 to 1:45 pm.  The Latin-inspired, easy to follow, calorie-burning dance is for all fitness levels.  Those 60 and over are free and all others $5.  For more information please call the center at 622-5844.

Improved and Updated Community Calendar Did you know you can visit our website and click on the calendar of events or community calendar to get a list of all the events. Even better, do you want your event listed. Drop us a line at

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Where we ended up when we followed our HEARTS! You never know where you may end up when you begin to follow your heart instead of your head. Most folks would call this follow-your-heart event a real humdinger. Someone, at the Earth Visions Fitness Center, had the idea that it might be 'fun' to build a group of people who could do more together than any of us could do alone. That would be true. So the ideas begin to flow and the hearts began to grow, and what do you know. We will just take the challenge of the mother of all hikes...the Grand Canyon...yes, we will hike rim-torim-to-rim. In regular language that means South Rim of the Grand Canyon to the North Rim of the Canyon AND back. It turns out to be five brave-hearted, hard working folks; who worked for a year to get everything just right, and then went for the goal. Oh, and just so you know, every one of these people are grand parents...Lee Tate, Sam and Novella Kennedy, Sonja Kraus and Teana Kivett.! Like most times when you follow your heart, you get in over your head before you know it. We began to try for a permit to do this hike. That, it turns out, took almost a year. Well, that is ok, considering the fact that we needed to prepare our bodies and minds to follow that same heart of ours. Our good state of North Carolina has many opportunities, it turns out, to really get prepared for just such a hike as the Grand Canyon. There are the Uhwarries with miles upon miles of trails. Then Mt. Mitchell, the tallest peak east of the Mississippi, took us up to great heights, with a few failures and lessons learned. Many of our training hikes taught us more than how far miles and miles actually can be. Training hikes taught us that waterproof was a relative term in most clothing trends. Training hikes taught us that some stuff was just too heavy to carry for very far. We learned that if food was freeze dried, it was lighter. But then, of course, you have to add water( which is heavy), to make the food ready to eat. We learned how to prevent blisters with duct tape, and how to bandage the blisters that got past the duct tape. Yes, we had a whole year of getting ready to do something none of us could or would do alone. It became very clear exactly what it meant to 'have somebody's back'. Finally the day came to check our packs onto the airline. All of the precious gear that would mean our survival, as we followed our hearts through one of America's most visited National Parks. Four and a half million people visit the park each year and far fewer venture into the canyon to spend even one night. The Grand Canyon park has deaths each year attributed to poor planning and mistakes. We planned, we prepared, we prayed for the best outcome. Ourselves and our packs landed in Phoenix, Arizona and we rode to the Grand Canyon, packed tightly in a van. The van passed cactus on the roadside as thick as pines are here. Everything was different from here, and very beautiful. The campground on the South Rim was waiting for us. We set up our tents. The next time we packed up these tents, we would be going into the Grand Canyon to spend the next six nights. The miles and the days would be very long indeed. Our hearts beat with excitement. We followed these beating hearts into the Canyon. This is what we have been preparing for, longing for. Finally, we will test ourselves, each other, our stoves, food, sleeping bags and all else that made the cut to be carried on our backs. At this point our packs range in weight from 30 to 45 pounds. These packs are our lifeline. Everything we will survive on for a week is inside them. The training had taught us well. We would survive. We awakened each morning two hours before sun-up. Packed up our sleeping bags and tents and headed back out the trail that it seemed we had just left. Leaving really early would mean we could make it to the next required camp by nightfall. After covering several miles on the trail we stop to eat breakfast. We unpack the stoves, fuel and freeze-dried food. The hot water goes in cups and food pouches, then there is breakfast. The views are all spectacular. Everywhere is a picture of beauty and awe. The Grand Canyon is GRAND. Every moment of daylight is used up as the trail grows shorter toward the next campsite for the night. Once at the camp, tents go up and bodies go into the sleeping bags. Exhausted, warm, and with happy hearts we would sometimes sleep as much as twelve hours. Blessed rest for our bone weary bodies. Nights are long in the canyon in November. Whenever night falls there are NO lights. There was a new moon, meaning no moon to shine. The night sky is as beautiful as the canyon. There is not a dark spot in the sky that is without a star. There are more stars there, we all decided. A falling star was spotted almost every night. Then sleep and rest, for tomorrow would bring more sights and lessons as we got ever closer to our goal. If you want to know more about where we ended up when we followed our hearts...stay tuned for 'the rest of the story'. Come on back next month when you will learn about the mule teams, some others we meet on the trail, the climb to 8,000 feet, temperature extremes, the full mileage of the trip, how the packs grow to be pounds heavier, the challenge of the washed away trail and more…

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Faith Community Nurse Program Fundraiser Liberty Advisors and Modern Woodmen of America’s fundraiser for the Faith Community Nurse Program of Liberty was a success. Members of the Liberty Advisors and Modern Woodmen of America’s chapter recently helped raise $4,500.00.  This includes $2,250.00 matched by Modern Woodmen of America’s home office through the organization’s Matching Fund Program.  The money will be used for supporting free health care to the community. The matching fund program offers Modern Woodmen members nationwide the chance to show their support for a community cause, organization or individual in need by holding fundraisers.  Modern Woodmen matches money raised up to $2500 annually.  These fundraising projects contribute more than $6.5 million to community needs nationwide each year. Coordinated by local Modern Woodmen members, chapters provide opportunities to connect through social activities and volunteer projects. For more information about the local chapter and how you can get involved, contact JB Griffith III at 336-622-6020. As a tax exempt fraternal benefit society, Modern Woodmen and Liberty Advisors provide comprehensive financial services to improve the quality of life of its members, their families, and their communities.  This goal is accomplished through social, charitable, and volunteer activities.  Annually Modern Woodmen and its members provide more than $23 million and nearly 1 million volunteer hours for community projects nationwide.

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LOCAL MODERN WOODMEN MEMBERS PLANT TREES! On November 12th, local Modern Woodmen of America members gave a lasting gift to the community. Members of Liberty’s Modern Woodmen and Liberty Advisors gathered at Kids R Us to plant 2 Fig trees, 3 Crepe Myrtles, 1 Dogwood, and 1 Weeping Willow.! The project was part of the Plant-A-Tree Program, a nationwide program introduced by Modern Woodmen in 2004,  “This program allows Modern Woodmen members to give the community a lasting gift, “ says JB Griffith III, leader of the Modern Woodmen Chapter 16932.! “The name Modern Woodmen honors the pioneer woodmen who cleared the forests to build homes and secure futures for their families.  Liberty Advisors and Modern Woodmen offers financial services to help clear away members’ financial burdens.  And planting trees is an important way to create a secure future for families, communities, and the environment,”  Griffith says.! Through the Plant-A-Tree Program and the help of its members, Modern Woodmen has planted thousands of trees across the United States.  For more information, contact JB Griffith at 622-6020. Coordinated by local Modern Woodmen and Liberty Advisors members, chapters provide opportunities to connect through social activities  and volunteer projects.  Youth service clubs provide young Modern Woodmen members with opportunities to volunteer, be patriotic, learn new skills, make friends and have fun.  For more information on the local chapter or club and how you can get involved, contact JB at 622-6020.!

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As a tax-exempt fraternal benefit society, Modern Woodmen provides comprehensive service, to benefit stockholders but to improve quality of life of its stakeholders, members, families, and their communities. This is accomplished through social, charitable and volunteer activities.  Annually, Modern Woodmen and its members provide more than $23 million and nearly 1 million volunteer hours for community projects nationwide.!

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Patterson Cottage Museum Corner -Brenda Heindl, Committee Member

Heritage Festival If you missed the Heritage Festival in October, it was a great event! We were grateful for wonderful weather. It keeps getting larger each year, all that is missing is you! Local farms that participated included CharMar Alpaca Farm, Barndoor Nursery and Produce, Derzern Farms, and Black Tulip Alpaca Farm. The Basket Buddies from Chapel Hill came to demonstrate weaving baskets. Fiber weaver Anita Fox demonstrated weaving on a large loom with barn quilts painted by local Rhonda Murray nearby. Susan Pierce of Miss Susie Quilts came to talk about making quilts and the patterns she creates based on family stories and history. The Burlington chapter of Camp 813, the North Carolina Sons of Confederate Veterans joined us once again to talk about soldier life during the Civil War. The quilt display had a wonderful array of quilts on loan and quilts from the Patterson Cottage Museum collection. Linda Clapp loaned a beautiful quilt that her mother won as a raffle prize in 1989. Local citizens for the Liberty Centennial made the quilt and in the center it has the Liberty oak seal. We had good crowds of people and had the opportunity to lead two walking tours of downtown Liberty. Thank you to everyone who made this event possible! We look forward to next year! Special thanks to the Liberty Rose Garden Club for decorating the Patterson Cottage for the holidays. Be sure to go by and see the fresh decorations and greenery!

We are closed for the year and will reopen in May 2014. Contact us if you are interested in seeing the Museum. Anticipated Spring Events: Slideshow presentation on the history of Liberty Downtown Walking Tours For more information, e-mail: PattersonCottageMuseum@gmail.com or contact one of the following committee members: Warren Dixon: 336-622-2731 Brenda Heindl: 336-483-1231

Help us make this YOUR museum! We are on Facebook! Look for Patterson Cottage Museum and be sure to ‘Like’ us!  

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The Liberty Leader Newspaper December 2013 Issue  

Liberty Leader Newspaper December 2013 Issue

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