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Vol 6, Issue 7

2010

A Community Paper—By The Community—And For The Community 6 Years And Going
Free Paper — Bringing the Liberty, Staley, Julian, Climax and Snow Camp Areas Together— Online At www.libertynewspaper.org
Liberty Annual July Celebration Another Hit
Saturday July 10 may have been a few days past the fourth of July, but the crowds were
still in full festive mode. The Celebration this year had the following entertainment line up
This Section Is Dedicated as outlined below:
To Pictures Of The Lib- 11:00 – 11:15 WELCOME AND ANNOUCEMENTS
11:15 – 11:30 APRIL MILLER –NATIONAL ANTHEM Post your event
erty July Celebration 15-Fundraiser
11:30 – 12:00 KARATE DEMO
12:00 – 1:00 Ruff Cut (Blue Grass) 15-Corner Block
C.A.R.S. Program Starts In Liberty 1:15 - 2:15 Kry Havoc (Rock ) Party –Downtown
The first program from the 100 2:30 - 3:30 ROYAL HARMONIZERS 6-17-Christmas In
Man Project, Community Assis- (LOCAL GOSPEL GROUP Celebrating 50 yrs) July –Habitat Store
tance Ride Program (CO.A.I.S.), 3:45 - 4:45 AFTER 9 BAND (TOP COUNTRY) 17– Farm Day Event
has begun and the program has 5:00 - 6:00 ANYTHING GOES (COUNTRY) 18-Summer Concert
had its first rider on the first day of operation. A person 6:15 - 7:15 SLAMMED (ROCK) 23– Jr Rodeo
from Liberty went to see a doctor in Asheboro on July 7:30 - 9:00 TANNER’S REVENGE 24-Peach Day Event
1. I can imagine Jesus sporting the slightest of a satis- If the entertainment was not enough there was a full 25– Freedom Family
fied smile over the irony of our first opportunity to array of great vendors from food, crafts, churches, wow, so many ….if you was not here Church Boots and
show our Christian commitment.....here is a "stand up" you truly missed out on some of the great items. The fireworks was the biggest hit. As the
Slides Water Block
type of guy (Don Shiver) driving a person who did not lights grew dim, people from all over was packing the streets, parking lots, and neighbors
yards for the best seats. This years fireworks was made possible by the following donators: Party
even have the fee of $5.00 to Asheboro in a used van 25to 28– VBS
purchased by six persons (some of whom had to stretch SPONSORS
their finances to make it work), organized by a group of 29– Blood Drive
FEREE, A DIVISION OF METALS, Little Man Arrington
local men some might classify as "characters of ques- (In memory of Michael Evan Nash)
tionable quality"......... In any event, Thru the grace of Aug 1-6 VBS
BB&T
God, we passed our first step....write down the Dis- STALEY PLUMBING, INC.
patcher's phone number...Terry Stutts, 1-336-588- R. ANDREW SYKES, DDS Liberty Leader
4096....this program will work, if we are diligent in our SECURITY SAVINGS BANK
efforts....more later… LIBERTY LUMBER COMPANY
Ph 404-9791
Story By Tom Meacham, for the 100 Man Project COL. GUY TROY Fx 622-4298
LIBERTY RURITAN CLUB Email
MEACHAM REALTY AND AUC- libertynewspaper@aol.com
TION, INC
WILSON LAW OFFICE Visit
JOHNNY YOUNTS Www.celebrateliberty.org
RANDOLPH TELEPHONE COM-
PANY Have You Shopped
LIBERTY DRUG STORE In Liberty Lately
SUBWAY (LIBERTY)
NORCRAFT (ULTRA CRAFT
COMPANY)
ALLEN’S HATCHERY, INC
CAROLYN’S
RON JOHNSON ENTER-
PRISES, INC
TOWN OF LIBERTY
William H. Flowe, Jr.
Rubber Mill, Inc.
Friendly Beauty Shop
Cary Mcmasters
Liberty Leader Newspaper
Liberty Chamber Of Commerce
Loflin Funeral Home Liberty
Next Issue Of The
Liberty
More Photos on page two
Leader
1 "Believing in God will save you from a devil's hell... believing God will take you to a whole new level of living!" August 5
Free Sidewalk and water art for kids…...to special guest…..well I guess this years event is going to the dogs

Dozens of rides and games for kids of all ages

“Locally Operated”
219 S Greensboro St, Liberty

(In Dollar General Shopping Center)


Great Food, From Ribs,, Steaks, Sausage, BBQ, Hotdogs and more…. Even Fido got a free water break…. Phone 622-2111

MONTHLY SPECIALS
Country Hams, Side Meat,
Bananas 39 Cents Lb
Bacon, Hoop Cheeses
Milk, Eggs, other dairy items Potato -5lb/$2— 10lb/$3
New Refrigerated Coolers with Onions 3lb / $1.99
selected items Apples $1.19 Lb
1 Gallon Vinegar $3
Now Accepts E.B.T.
Now Accepts Debit Cards
Come See Our Other
Liberty Southeast Karate Did their annual Demonstration for the crowd….can you find El Camino Girl in the photo
Great Specials

Coble’s Pressure Washing Several Styles Pepperidge Farm Breads 2 For $1


Hometown Business
Specializing In Washing Vinyl and Aluminum Homes
Log Homes, Decks, Fencing, Cement And Driveways
New Seasonal Items:
Blueberries $1.99 Gallon Milk
Get Rid Of Ugly Roof Stains—Will Not Hurt Shingles
Work Guaranteed
Strawberries $1.99 $2.99 Each
Peaches $1.49
It Is Spring Time Cleaning German Johnson
Locally Owned And Operated By Doug Coble
For Over 18 Years Tomatoes $1.49
Watermelons On Sale Ice Creams
Give Us A Call 622-2741 $1 to $1.25
2 Cantaloupes $1.99
To Be Held 7/29/10 Y’ALL Come Back Café
119 S Fayetteville St—Downtown Liberty
Will "Little Man"
Arrington 336-622-2984
Mon to Fri 6am to 2pm, Sat 6am to 11am, Closed Sunday

Memorial Blood —————————————————————————————-


(A Place Where Friends Gather To Eat)
Harvest International Ministry Drive
Welcomes You To
Parks Crossroads Daily Specials Everyday
Discover the Plan, Purpose and Destiny
God Has For Your Ife
Christian Church Seniors Receive Free
2057 Parks Crossroads Ch. Rd.
Ramseur, NC
Drink With Meal
Sundays 10:30 a.m. From 2:00 PM
Kids Menu
Pastor James English Jr.
(Graduate of World Harvest Bible College, ordained &
to 7:00 PM
Please contact Lesli
Y’All Come
licensed by Pastor Rod Parsley) @ 336-622-6998 or
larring-
Back Cafe
The Liberty Showcase ton@rtelco.net
101 Fayetteville St, Liberty, NC 27298 Office 336-622-6810 to schedule your
appointment.

“Safe Sitter” Course Offered at Randolph Hospital Have A


Randolph Hospital will hold its one-day babysitter’s training
course on August 5th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The “Safe Sit- Great Summer
ter” program invites interested 11-13 year olds to participate in
this unique educational experience. By becoming a “Safe Sitter,”
young adults will be better prepared to handle unexpected situa-
tions. Helping adolescents become better prepared for babysitting
is the focus of this clinic offered through Randolph Hospital. “Safe
Sitter” will provide information on nurturing childcare and life-
saving techniques, safety precautions and how and when to call for
help. Moreover, Certified Safe Sitter instructors will teach partici-
pants how to handle medical emergencies. The class will take
place in the Randolph Hospital Health Education Center at 200-A
Foust Street. There is a $35 charge for materials and participants
should bring a bag lunch. Drinks will be provided. Class size is
limited and pre-registration is required. This clinic is one of
Randolph Hospital’s community education events offered each
month on a variety of health-related topics. For more information
or to register for this event, please call Randolph Hospital at (336)
8912 Pleasant Hill Ch Rd, Snow Camp, NC
633-7788, or register on-line at www.randolphhospital.org under
the ‘Events’ section.
July Special Phone (336) 376-6660
Full Supply of
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Mulch, Pine Shavings, Topsoil, Gravel,


The Snow Camp Out- Horse Fly Spray Sand, Sand rock, River Rock, Compost,
door Theatre is accept- Pine Needles, Hay, Straw, Fertilizer,
ing registration for its Animal Feeds, Animal Health needs
2010 Annual Youth
Drama Camp.
and more.
The week of July 12-16 NEED YOUR LP GAS TANK FILLED,
for ages 5-10 We can help.
and July 26-
30 for ages
We now have MUCK BOOTS in
11-15 from assorted sizes, styles, even for KIDS!!
_
9:00 AM- BARTLETT 14% CATTLE PELLETS
12:00 PM.
This year’s Generic/Roundup On Sale Now
camp will be PENNINGTON GRASS SEED; K-31,
under the direction of 2-1/2 gal. for MAX Q, TRIPLEX MIX
Derek Spack. He is a
$50 DIAMOND HI-ENERGY DOG FOOD
graduate from Arkansas
Tech University.
Liberty Landscapes
The campers will get to
see this year’s production
Here is a list of services we provide:
Mowing, Edging, Trimming, Blowing: residential and com-
of Pinocchio. The camp mercial, Aerating, seeding, fertilizing, Shrubbery, Flower
will conclude with a spe- Beds: Mulch, Pine Needles, Flowers, Weed Control, Leaf Re-
cial performance for fam- moval, Landscape Design, Property Rejuvenation,, Tree Work
ily and friends. The camp and Removal, Storm Clean Up, Small Dump Truck Service,
cost is $65.00. Debris Removal, Tractor Work, Garden Tilling, Pressure
Washing, Gutter Cleaning, Anything Lawn and Garden
3
Freedom Family Church
Has A New Permanent Location
510A N. Greensboro St-Liberty
(Fidelity Bank & Liberty Drug)
(Shopping Center)
Stop By And See Us!!!

www. ffcliberty.com
Greensboro St, Liberty
Fidelity Bank & Liberty Drug Shopping Center

Services At
8:30am and 10:30am
So What Can You Expect At Freedom Family
• Great Bible
Small Town Main Street Uupdate Preaching
The STMS Executive Committee met at 5 p.m.: Committee Chairs/co-chairs Phillip Wright, JB Griffith, Billy Hardin • Great Worship
and Carol Wall (standing in for Kevin Bowman) met with STMS staff Lew Holloway and Sherry Adams. Roger Davis Service
suggested that some members of the STMS committee may want to attend the Town Council work session on June 20 • Great Group Of
in order to express their support of the council supporting and agreeing to set aside funds for the Façade/Capital Im- Loving People
provement grants. He also shared that the town had received $5700 back from a deposit that was made on a property • Great Kids Minis-
sale that did not go through, but the town was able to retain the deposit and that this money was to be designated toward try
Downtown Development projects and possibly used for the corner park project. The committee also noted the positive • Great Student
work being done on Hurricane Jane’s building (the mural and outdoor seating). At 5:30 p.m. May 11, 2010 the STMS Ministry
committee met. Those present were: Carolyn Vickrey, Phillip Wright, Billy Hardin, Rhonda Murray, Carolyn Vickrey,
• Great Women’s
Teresa Bruechon, Carol Wall, Terry Caviness, Shane Isley, James Lee Humble, Bridgett Langley, and Roger Davis.
Ministry
STMS staff Sherry Adams and Lew Holloway.
Committee Updates: • Great Men’s Min-
Promotions: Carol Wall in Kevin Bowman’s absence reported that the Promotions Committee met and that the third istry
Thursday of the month there will be some organized after 5 type of event happening in the vacant lot. Ms. Wall also And Best Of All A
reported that the grand opening celebration for Maston’s Music and Woolsey’s Photograph was very successful. The GREAT GOD!! Every-
committee is working on finalizing plans for the July 10 Celebration; Teresa Bruechon is working on updating the web- day All Can Experience
site. Ms. Wall also reported that there hasn’t been any word back from the phone company regarding the Wi-Fi con- A Growing Relationship
cept. With GOD
Design Chair Phillip Wright shared he did get some preliminary pricing quotations for landscaping and putting in a
gazebo, tables/chairs, fencing for the vacant corner lot that the town has a lease agreement with the bank for over the next five years. This quotation was in response to Kevin
Bowman’s request so that he could take this before the Kiwanis Club members in order for them to possibly grant them up to $15,000 for this community project. Mr. Wright sug-
gested that the gazebo could be ordered and placed on the lot prior to July 10 and that subsequent work on the lot could begin even with the gazebo in place. Mr. Wright also said
that he is working with a local surveyor to create a base sheet in order to consider streetscape items such as planting trees, benches, etc. He would be also working with STMS
Designer Lew Holloway to create this sheet.
Economic Restructuring –Co-Chair JB Griffith reported that he was beginning to just see and feel very positive things happening in the downtown area and was very pleased
overall. He noted the recent new business activity and the businesses working together to promote downtown and each other.
NEW BUSINESS:
Following the updates the STMS committee spent the remainder of the meeting going through logging their annual statistics which is reported to the NC Department of Com-
merce. (See attached). A STMS annual report will be generated from all of the Small Town Main Street’s cumulative statistics.
The meeting was adjourned at 6:35 p.m. The next meeting is September 14, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. Liberty Town hall— Executive Committee meets at 5:00 p.m.

CHINA HOUSE Dine In


Take Out
Taste The Difference
We us the finest ingredients
Chinese Restaurant Fresh and Healthy
Hours:
252 W Swannanoa Ave (Liberty Plaza) Liberty, NC Sun—Thur 10:30am to 10:00pm
4 Ph 336-622-1518—Fx 336-622-1668 Fri—Sat 10:30am to 11:00pm
What an awesome and orderly GOD!! Bone Density Screening Offered at
For example:
-the eggs of the potato bug hatch in 7 Randolph Hospital
days; Osteoporosis, or a condition
-those of the canary in 14 days; of porous bone, is a disease
-those of the barnyard hen in 21 days; in which bones become Breakfast 6:30 to 9:30
-The eggs of ducks and geese hatch in more fragile. Osteoporosis is Lunch 11:00—2:30
28 days; characterized by a decrease Sunday Lunch 11:30 to 3:00
-those of the mallard in 35 days; in normal bone density due Closed Sunday Night
-The eggs of the parrot and the ostrich to the loss of calcium and
hatch in 42 days.
(Notice, they are all divisible by seven
collagen. A loss of bone
density can cause bones to
YE OLD
, the number of days in a week!)
The lives of each of you may be or-
become brittle, and in turn,
lead to frequent fractures
COUNTRY
dered by the Lord in a beautiful way
for His glory, if you will only entrust
and other serious effects.
Osteoporosis affects an esti-
KITCHEN
Him with your life. If you try to New Hours
mated 44 million Americans,
regulate your own life, it will only be or 55 percent of the people
Wed,Thu,Friday
a mess and a failure. Only the One 50 years of age and older. An estimated 10 million Americans 11 to 2:30 5:00 to 8:30
Who made the brain and the heart can successfully guide them to a already have the disease, 8 million of which are women. Al- Sat 7 to 10 11 to 8:30
profitable end. God's wisdom is seen in the making of an elephant.. though there is no cure for osteoporosis, early detection and Sun 11:30 to 8:30
The four legs of this great beast all bend forward in the same direc- treatment can decrease risk of future fractures. On Thursday,
tion. No other quadruped is July 8th, ladies will have the opportunity to learn more about Daily Buffet & Full Menu Items
so made. God planned that this animal would have a huge body, too Kids Menu
their risk for osteoporosis with a free bone density screening
large to live on two legs. For this reason He gave it four fulcrums so Wed & Sun—Country Buffet
offered from 8:30 a.m. to Noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Thur-Country/Italian Buffet
that it can rise from the ground easily. Randolph Hospital. Participants will receive a free heel screen-
The horse rises from the ground on its two front legs first. A cow Fri & Sat-
ing and in the process learn more about Randolph Hospital’s Country/Seafood Buffet
rises from the ground with its two hind legs first. How wise the osteoporosis services.
Lord is in all His works of creation! God's wisdom is revealed in His
arrangement of sections and segments, as well as in the number of
Come See Us!
grains.. Randolph Community College
-Each watermelon has an even number of stripes on the rind.
-Each orange has an even number of segments. Goes Tobacco Free July 1
-Each ear of corn has an even number of rows. Randolph Community College will implement its Tobacco Free
-Each stalk of wheat has an even number of grains. Policy on July 1, joining approximately 35 other colleges and
-Every bunch of bananas has on its lowest row an even number of universities in North Carolina who have committed to tobacco-
bananas, and each row decreases by one, so that one row has an even free campuses to provide a healthy and safe environment for
number and the next row an odd number.
-The waves of the sea roll in on shore twenty-six to the minute in all
their students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The policy was ap-
proved by RCC's Board of Trustees on Nov. 19, 2009, with a
Millstone Catering
kinds of weather. July 1, 2010, effective date. The new policy states that "Use of Snow Camp, NC
All grains are found in even numbers on the stalks, and the Lord tobacco is prohibited by students, staff, faculty, or visitors in all Private Parties Welcome
specified thirty fold, sixty fold, and a hundredfold - all even num- campus buildings, facilities or property owned or used by RCC, Catering Services
bers. God has caused the flowers to blossom at certain specified
including outside areas. Tobacco use shall be permitted in per-
times during the day, so that Linnaeus, the great botanist, once said
that if he had a conservatory containing the right kind of soil, mois-
sonal vehicles as long as no tobacco litter is left on campus. For 327 Drama Road,
ture and temperature, he could tell the time of day or night by the the purposes of this policy, tobacco is defined as any type of Snow Camp, NC
flowers that were open and those that were closed! tobacco product including, but not limited to cigarettes, cigars,
cigarillos, pipes, hookahs, smokeless or spit tobacco, or snuff." Ph 336-376-6991
Thus the Lord in His wonderful grace can arrange the life that is
entrusted to His care in such a way that it will carry out His purposes The College has spent the last six months publicizing the policy Or 336-222-6991
and plans, and will be fragrant with His presence. internally through banners, e-mails, the College Web site, and Bryan & Melodee
Only the God-planned safe life is successful. Only the life given the student portal Campus Cruiser, according to Kevin Walker, Wilson—Owners
over to the care of the Lord is fulfilled. co-chair of the College's Health/Wellness Committee. The Col-
lege offered Smoking Cessation classes in April, although no one signed up at that time, said Walker.
More classes will be offered in August. These classes are provided through Randolph Hospital.
American Red Cross Volunteer Orientation Signage and other materials were provided through the North Carolina Health and Wellness Trust
Can you teach CPR and first aid, help in disasters, and assist blood Fund, and RCC has joined the Tobacco-Free Colleges Initiative. More information about the grant
donors? What about being a blood donor? Can you help with fund- funding and the Tobacco-Free Colleges Initiative, including a list of those colleges, can be found at
raisers and office support? I’ve heard a lot about the Red Cross, but www.healthwellnc.com or www.tobaccofreecollegesnc.com.
what exactly does it mean to volunteer for the American Red In preparation for the July 1 implementation, the College staff is removing ashtrays and installing new
Cross? Join us for a Volunteer Orientation to learn about the His- signage throughout the Asheboro Campus, Archdale Center, the Emergency Services Training Center,
tory of the American Red Cross, our Services and how you fit in. the Cosmetology Center in Hillside Shopping Center, and the RCC Learning Center in the Chevy Cen-
Volunteer Orientations are held at the American Red Cross. tre on South Fayetteville Street. The smoking pavilions on the Asheboro Campus will become to-
Our current schedule is: bacco-free sitting areas. Violators of the policy shall be issued a verbal warning. For those who repeat-
Monday, July 12, Noon – 1 pm edly violate the policy, further action will be taken. The full policy is available on the College's Web
Monday, August 9, Noon – 1 pm site at www.randolph.edu/studentlife/tobacco_free.php.
Monday, September 13, Noon – 1 pm
Location: Red Cross office, 419 N. Patton Ave., Asheboro, NC
Registration is required Remember This One?
Call the Red Cross office at (336) 629-2399. Perhaps we're too embarrassed to change or too fright-
Volunteers should be 16 years of age to ened of the consequences of showing that we actually care.
attend an Orientation Class. But why not risk it anyway? Begin today. Carry out a ran-
Youth under the age of 18 should attend with a parent. dom act of seemingly senseless kindness, with no expecta-
Visit our web site at http://www.gso.redcross.org/ tion of reward or punishment, safe in the knowledge that
one day, someone somewhere might do the same for you.
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Downtown Liberty

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Home Owners Or Turn Key Properties
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Carpentry Lock Installation /Repair Plumbing
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of our great-great-great-great grand children by leaving
them an earth able to sustain their lives.” His eyes are
large, his skin leathery and rugged. I steps that food takes to get to the
Can you guess where we are
cannot place his origin. I have never plate, from the dirt of earth mother talking about?
seen him before and yet he looks like to their mouth. We are not better A New Section In The Liberty Leader. Each issue
all of us, very familiar. “She, our due to our technology if it gives to we will learn about some locations in our fine
Earth Mother” he continues, “has 7 us with one hand and robs us with state. Our kids should not be the only ones learn-
billion people to support. Try to live the other. ing at school, we are never to old to keep learning.
a single moment without depending Suddenly I remember how
on her. She is now losing black very hot it is and turn to quickly Tarboro, NC
blood from a punctured artery. More get water for the few of us there. I This week’s Carolina Community is Tarboro, founded on
blood spews, in moments, than a sin- was concerned of what I would a bend on the Tar River in 1760. One of the oldest towns
gle person could use in a lifetime. miss in the few minutes it would in our state, Tarboro still maintains the original town
Oil soaked birds sit on sticky nests, take to return with the water. commons and a 45 block historic district with beautiful
where slick black eggs will never When I came back, not a single Georgian and Queen Ann style homes. Tarboro boasts a
hatch. Our web of life is being person was in the place where the “front porch style of life.” George Washington visited
threatened, even as we continue de- man had been. I look around the Tarboro on his Southern Tour. This All-America City is
pleting our resources, unchecked as that spewing hole. area. The grass is crushed where his feet had been. I the seat of Edge-
That puncture of the Gulf floor is only one of 2,300 walk around in a sort of confusion. I know it is very combe County and is
punctures there.” hot, but I know also what I saw and heard. A slip of located along High-
My mind begins to whirl with his simple word paper waves from the grass. I always pick up litter and way 64, about 70
pictures of the plight of my world. It is not an option I would have picked it up earlier, had it been there. It is miles east of Raleigh.
for me to simply move to another one. What else do I the size of the fortune cookie paper. It was hand written Steeped in history,
not know about my world? Why is information kept and said, “It’s no use beating yourself up for what is Tarboro has a very
from me, lulling me into a since of well-being, when all done in the past, you did the best you knew. When you active restoration and
is NOT well. know better… you do better”, and was signed Maya preservation pro-
My attention jerks back to his words, “…just Angelou. gram, including The
go to www.storyofstuff.com and you may get another Tears flowed. It pays to pick up litter, I Grove, plantation home of Thomas Blount, an officer in
view of the life around us.” What? This guy, folded on thought, as I laughed and cried all at once. I cried for the Revolutionary War who was taken to England as a
the ground, has a foot in both the worlds of the Native the eggs that would never hatch, for the crystal clear prisoner. It was also home to a Mexican War Colonel and
people and our world of technology? “We all feel we waters of the Gulf choking with millions of gallons of later to the Commandant of Fort Macon in the Civil War.
have come a long way and are the most technologically black oil pointing out the tear in our web of life. I cried Tarboro is home to Edgecombe Community College, a
advanced society ever. Well, we have technology at for all of us, who are kept in the dark, like children, Sara Lee Bakery, Barnhill Contractors and a number of
our fingertips with texting, microwaves and computers. from any news or education that would cause us to rise other manufacturers. History, beauty, and charm make
We can read books with no pages, just words becoming up and rebel. I laughed because somewhere deep inside Tarboro this week’s Carolina Community.
new words on a page, like the old etch-a-sketch. But, me, I felt hope for the 7 generations to come. I laughed
he continued gently like flowing water, can a single one at the silliness that had been my small life. Yes, Maya
of us make these things? We can only plug them in and Angelou, I got your letter. I now know better. As I Got An Idea?
press the ‘on’ button. We have even been robbed of the walk toward home, I am already planning to ‘do better’ Got A Story?
ability to care for ourselves. Who among us can cook a with my precious life. Got An Event?
complete meal from scratch, without electricity? Our If you would like to send a comment to the
parents, grandparents or great grandparents could do
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Bible First United Methodist Church
Study Open Hearts .. Open Minds . . Open Doors
Club 123 N. Fayetteville St, Liberty Ph 622-4682
Every E-mail: fumc@firstumclib.com
Wednesday Sunday Services: Prayer Time - 9:30 am;
Morning Sunday School - 10:00 ; Worship - 11:00
9:30-10:00 am (including Children's Church)
At the Reitzel Senior Everyone is welcome to come!
Center
Downtown Liberty
Smithwood United
Church Of Christ
PLEASANT UNION 6809 Kimesville Rd—Liberty
WESLEYAN CHURCH Pastor Paul Picker
2262 Pleasant Hill-Liberty Rd. Ph 622-2755
Liberty, N.C. 27298 Sunday School 10am Worship 11am
Ph. 336-622-2052
For More Info Contact Freedom
Pastor: Rev. Mark Klass
Family Church at 336-260-4516 Pleasant Hill Christian Church
Sunday School @ 10AM
1712 Pleasant Hill Liberty Rd
Worship @ 11AM
"Deliverance from sin is the
August 1st through 6th 6:30 to 8:00pm Liberty, NC 27298
greatest of all freedoms." At Liberty Elementary School (336)376-3453
Changing Lives, Worshipping the Lord, Building
Monday, July 12-15, 6-8:30pm Relationships, and enjoying dynamic fellowship.
July 19-23
Vacation Bible School Www.pleasanthillchristian.com
Vacation Bible School
"Cosmic Adventure"
9:00a-12:30p (Ages 3-Grade 5)
Children ages preschool - 8th Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church
Southeast Baptist Church, 5011 Pastor: Sam Shores
grade
Snow Camp Liberty Road, Greensboro 146 S. Fayetteville St., Liberty
Bethlehem UMC Church Office 622-7175
Baptist Church 336-674-9861
6103 Appomattox Rd. Sunday School 9:30 A.M.
8724 Snow Camp Rd
Snow Camp Worship 10:30 A.M.
Pastor Danny Wallace Sunday 6 to 8:30
Ph 376-3237
July 25-28 Calling
S.S. 9:30am-/Worship First Baptist Church - Liberty
10:30-/Sunday Night 6pm- All 629 S. Fayetteville Street
Mon to Wed Kids Brian Harrington - Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 am
Edwards Grove 6:30 to 8:30 Worship 11 am
Missionary Baptist Church Phone 336-622-4482
Www.libertyfbc.org
214 S. Foster St Liberty Pastor
Rev. Arnold Barton 622-2544
Inviting ANYONE and EVERYONE to Bethany United Methodist
come and worship with us: 6151 Troy Estate Rd.
Sunday School – 9:45 am Sunday Liberty, N. C. 27298
Worship – 10:45 am Alex Miles - Pastor
Wednesday Mid-week Bible Class-Praise and
worship 7:00 pm and 7:30 pm class begin Ph: 336-643-3609
Thursday Noon Bible Study Worship Serv: 9:30 am
Class – 12:00-1:30 pm Sunday School: 10:30 am

Hickory Grove UMC—10068 Silk Hope Liberty Rd, Liberty St. Stephen AME Church
705 S. Kirkman Street Liberty
Hickory Grove UMC
PO Box 1814(10068 Silk Hope Come Visit With Us!!!
–Liberty Rd) Liberty
Ph 622-1872 Friendly Wesleyan Church
Pastor Ryan Gabriel July 16, 6-8 pm 415 S Asheboro St
Sunday School 10am Cosmic Pizza Party Liberty, NC
Worship 11am Free pizza & sun- Phone 336-622-4718
Www.hickorygroveumc.tripod.com Pastor Dan
daes!
Bring your chairs it is Everyone Is Welcomed
sure to be a blast.
Bethlehem UMC Mt Pleasant Baptist Church
6103 Appomattox Growing the Family of Faith
Rd. Pastor: Tim Friar (tfriar@rtelco.net)
7103 Sandy Creek Church Road, Staley
Lewis Grove Holiness Church Sunday School for all ages: 10 am
434 S Allison St— Sunday Morning Worship:11 am
Liberty Phone 622-2732
Ph 336-622-4230

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2010 Linda Flowers Literary Award:
North Carolina Humanities Council Calls for Submissions
The North Carolina Humanities Council, a statewide nonprofit and affiliate of the Na-
tional Endowment for the Humanities, invites original entries of fiction, nonfiction, or
poetry for the 2010 Linda Flowers Literary Award. The postmark deadline for submis-
sions is August 15, 2010. The Linda Flowers Literary Award is given annually by the
North Carolina Humanities Council for unpublished writing that portrays North Caro-
lina, its people, and cultures. While authors do not have to be North Carolinians, entries
are expected to draw on North Carolina connections and/or memories. The North Caro-
lina Humanities Council will award the author of the winning entry a cash prize of $500,
publication in the Humanities Council’s biannual magazine North Carolina Conversa-
tions, and support towards a writer’s residency at Weymouth Center for the Arts and
Humanities. There is no entry fee. Entries should be no longer than 2,500 words and five
copies of an entry should be submitted. For a complete description and full submission
guidelines for the Linda Flowers Literary Award, visit the North Carolina Humanities
Council website at www.nchumanities.org. Entries should be mailed to the North Carolina
Humanities Council, Attention: Dr. Shelley Crisp, Executive Director, 122 N. Elm Street,
Suite 601, Greensboro, NC, 27401. Questions about the Linda Flowers Literary Award may
be directed to Dr. Crisp at scrisp@nchumanities.org or (336) 334-5383.

Extension Master Gardener


Program Class Planned
An Extension Master Gardener class is scheduled for Wednesdays
(9:00 a.m. until noon), from August 18 through November 17, 2010.
The fee for the class is $80. If you are interested in participating,
contact us at 336-318-6000,
maryhelen_ferguson@ncsu.edu, or 112 W. Walker Ave., in Ashe-
boro. It is requested that applications be submitted by July 16. Indi-
viduals in the Extension Master Gardener program help North Caro-
lina Cooperative Extension provide education about growing edible
and ornamental plants. Before graduating, individuals complete
forty hours of training, pass an examination, and volunteer forty or
more hours of service with the local Cooperative Extension Center.
Bilingual individuals are welcome. Those who are interested in
knowing what other types of horticulture and forestry classes are
offered by Cooperative Extension can send an e-mail to maryhelen_ferguson@ncsu.edu
and request to get updates by e-mail. For accommodations for persons with disabilities or
limited English proficiency, contact Mary Helen Ferguson at 336-318-6000 (phone), 336-
318-6011 (FAX), maryhelen_ferguson@ncsu.edu, or in person, no later than ten business
days before the training begins.

Carolina’s Got Art! - Call For Artists


WHAT'S IN IT FOR ARTISTS
1. Awards & Prizes: Up to $10,000 will be presented to winning artists
2. Exposure (Charlotte): 2000+ visitors will see and may purchase work their during Oct
3. Exposure (Carolinas): We hope to add a traveling show through 2011, which provides much broader
exposure and more opportunities to sell work
4. Gallery Exhibition (Salon des Refuses): A large gallery will select works among those not shown in
October and do a month-long show. Last year, the gallery picked up an artist and now represents them.
Entry Deadline: August 15, 2010*
To submit work, click here and fill out the form: http://www.carolinasgotart.com/home/2010-entry-
instructions/
We look forward to your entries and please contact me with any questions/comments!
Larry Elder, Carolina's Got Art! July 23 & 24,6:45pm Pleasant Garden Youth Rodeo
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Safe Kids Randolph County Reminds Parents that Hot Liberty Goes Green
Weather and Vehicles can be a Deadly Combination for Kids The Town of Liberty is the first community in Randolph County to
Overheating deaths are preventable with a few important tips install the new cutting edge, Light Emitting Diode (LED) street
As Summer arrives, bringing with it warmer temperatures, Safe Kids lighting technology. This new energy efficient luminaire is the green
Randolph County is working to increase awareness and urge caregivers to solution for streets, roads, long narrow areas, and parking lots.
never leave children alone in a vehicle. With the goal of having no more
children die from heat stroke when they are “forgotten” in cars, Safe Kids Known as the “LED Roadway”, this light delivers the light where it
Randolph County reminds parents and caregivers to always check for sleep- is needed while increasing visibility and reducing spill light to ad-
ing children before leaving a vehicle. Between 1998 and 2010, 463 children joining properties. In its basic configuration, the LED 75 has 40
died from heat stroke because they were left unattended in vehicles that be- LED’s producing 4,850 “Delivered Lumens”. The LED Roadway
came too hot for them to survive. To date there have been eighteen deaths in light, is the replacement for the conventional 100 W , 9500 High
2010 of children due to hyperthermia from being in hot vehicles. “A child’s Pressure Sodium street light. The difference in the visual effect is
core body temperature rises 3 to 5 times faster than an adult’s and unattended that the LED is rated in delivered lumens and produces a Color tem-
children have no way of protecting themselves in a hot vehicle” says Shea perature rated in Kelvin degrees. Kelvin degrees describes how
Cox, Safe Kids Randolph County coordinator. “The overall goal of this cam- warm or cool a light source is; the higher the number the cooler the
paign is to make sure no more children will die in 2010 because they were light source. The LED Roadway delivers a 6000K color temperature
unattended in a vehicle. We want parents and caregivers to take precautions and produces the most natural light available. For example, the traditional High Pressure Sodium
so that this tragedy does not happen to them.” More than 50 percent of the light makes a red car appear purple. Under the LED light, the same red car is a vivid natural
children who died from heat stroke were forgotten by a caring adult who be- “RED”. The diodes, or bulbs, in the LED light fixture are actually aimed at various angles in or-
came distracted when they left the vehicle. Thirty percent of kids who died
from hyperthermia were left unattended by an adult or gained entry into an
der to bath the roadway horizontally with the most efficient display of light. In most cases, a
unlocked vehicle and became trapped and overcome by heat. It takes only Roadway 75 LED street light can effectively replace a HPS 9500 The benefit is a cleaner, cooler,
minutes for a child to be at risk of death and serious, permanent injury in a whiter light that saves energy and gives more efficient coverage. Additional benefits of the LED
hot car. Drivers must keep car doors locked and keys out of reach from young technology is that it is “instant on” with full brightness, where as traditional street lights require a
children. Safe Kids Randolph County urges all adults who transport children warm up period to achieve full potential. The LED lights have a significantly longer life span,
to take the following steps: lower maintenance costs, consume less energy, and contain no ecologically harmful components.
Liberty’s first LED street light can be seen in the 100 block of Carter Street, just off Swannanoa
Call 911 if they see a child unattended in a vehicle. Ave. Liberty has been designated a “Main Street USA” recipient, thereby opening the door for
opportunities in Federal & State Energy Conservation Studies and Engineering assistance. We are
Never leave children alone in a car - even for 1 minute. pursuing every opportunity available to take advantage of these programs said Bob Vaughn, Pub-
lic Works Director.
Set your cell phone or Blackberry reminder to be sure you drop your
child off at daycare.

Set your computer “Outlook” program to ask you, “Did you drop
off at daycare today?”
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be carried from the car on the floor in front of the child in a back
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Everybody
Has Fun At
The Liberty
Senior Center

Liberty Senior Center


Upcoming Events
DON'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO OR
GO? WHY NOT COME TO THE
REITZEL CENTER FOR:
-Chair Tai Chi - Mondays at 10:00 Don Herndon
-Chair Yoga -Tuesdays at 10:30 Of Liberty
-Crocheting - Wednesdays at 9:30 Meals On
-Line Dancing - Thursdays at 12:15 Wheels
-Two Stepping - Fridays at 9:30
Volunteer
For more information call
the Liberty Senior Center
At 622-5844 Don Herndon a Meals On The Little Things...
Cowgirls in Liberty. Ruby Gadddin, Kaffy
Kivett, Leora Smith, Sarah Cheek, Lillian Wheels volunteer with Kerri
O'Briant, Nellie Patterson, and Sharona War- Lamb a Summer Teacher It really is the little things
ren Internship delivering meals to That mean the most of all...
home bound seniors in the The 'let me help you with that' things
Liberty area That may seem very small
The 'I'll be glad to do it' things
That make your cares much lighter,
The 'laugh with me, it's funny' things
That make your outlook brighter...
Come Out And Join In All The The 'never mind the trouble' things,
Fun At Liberty Senior Center The 'yes, I understand,'
128 S Fayetteville St The interest and encouragement
In everything you've planned
For Lunch and Activity It really is the little things,
The friendly word or smile,
Reservations: That add such happiness to life
Call the Center prior to Farm Girls of Reitzel Center. Margel Arring- And make it more worth while.
Noon the day before ton, Kaffy Kivett, Nellie Patterson, Leora
(336) 622-5844 Smith, Hazel Poulin, and Virginia Fogleman - Mary Dawson Hughes
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Mark Your Calendar—Great Labor Day Event
September 2, 3 & 4--Annual Labor Day Weekend Bluegrass Music Festi-
val: Come join us on the mountain for a great time in a beautiful setting.
Great family-style bluegrass festival. Camping, Hot Showers, Fishing
Pond, Vendors, Concessions. Great bluegrass line-up on a beautiful coun-
try farm setting. Performers: Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mtn. Boys, The
Boxcars, Blue Highway, Tony Rice Unit, Donna Hughes, Constant
Change, the Churchmen, Al Batten & The Bluegrass Reunion, Eddie Gill
& the Grass Masters, James King Band, Josh Williams Band, Bluegrass
Brothers, Snyder Family, Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers, Rich in
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13 Faith sees the invisible, Believes the incredible And receives the impossible.
June 28, 2010 at 10 a.m. at Loflin
LOFLIN FUNERAL
OBITUARIES Funeral Home Chapel, burial will
follow at Fairview cemetery.
LIBERTY — Bill Roach, 67,
LIBERTY — Mr. Bruce Franklin Brinkley, 59, of Liberty passed away on Friday, June 18,
HOME OF LIBERTY
rode though Heaven's gate, on Saturday, June 12, 2010. 212 W Swannanoa Ave
Memorial service will be held on Wednesday, June 16, at Liberty, NC 27298
2 p.m. at Bessemer United Methodist Church in Greens-
boro, N.C., officiated by Rev. Nick Scanlon. The family Ph 336-622-2256 Office
will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m., Tuesday June 15, Ph 336-622-2258 Obit Line
2010 at the funeral home and again one hour prior to the
service on Wednesday. Tyson Nixon, Manager
Loflin Funeral Home of Liberty has the honor of serving
The Brinkley Family. And Staff
The family invites you to share your thoughts and condo- Serving The Local Community
lences with them at www.loflinFH.com
SNOW CAMP — Steven Garnor Harrison, 53, died on
June 28, 2010. A service will be held on Saturday, July 3,
New Obit Line 24//7
2010 at 2:30 p.m. at Rock Creek AME Church. Burial will
follow in church cemetery.
Ph 336-622-2258
JULIAN — Mrs. Irene Clay Hill, 83, went home to be 2010. Born on August 28, 1942, a native of
with her Lord on Tuesday, July 6, 2010 at Moses Cone Randolph County, he was the son of the late
Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on
Thursday, July 8, at Macedonia Baptist Church, Liberty.
Interment will follow at Gilmore Memorial Park with
Cecil and Virginia Hedrick Roach. Bill was a
beloved husband, Pop, Paw, and great- Slow Dance
grandfather. Bill was in the automotive busi- This is a poem written by a teenager with cancer. It is quite the poem
Rev. Gary Hill officiating. Mrs. Hill was born on April 4, ness for 48 years; owner of Bessemer Tire and This poem was written by a terminally ill young girl in a New York
1927 in Guilford County. She was a faithful member of Automotive in Greensboro, as well as, Liberty Hospital. It was sent by a medical doctor - Make sure to read what is
Macedonia Baptist Church, and was a loving wife, Auto Sales. He was the founder and first presi- in the closing statement AFTER THE POEM.
mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. dent of General Greene AACA Club, and SLOW DANCE
She was preceded in death by parents, Theodore and loved antique and classic cars. Family and Have you ever watched kids On a merry-go-round?
Kathleen Harris Clay. Survivors include her husban of 63 friends may attend visitation from 12 noon Or listened to the rain Slapping on the ground?
years, Leonard Hill; sons, Rodney Allen Hill and wife until 2 p.m., Monday, June 21, 2010 at Loflin Ever followed a butterfly's erratic flight?
Susan of Greensboro, Ricky R. Hill and wife Jeanne of Funeral Home. The funeral will follow at 3 Or gazed at the sun into the fading night?
Conway, SC, Gary L. Hill and wife Sinja of Liberty; p.m. at Liberty Friends Meeting, with Jan You better slow down. Don't dance so fast. Time is short.
grandchildren, Sandy Leyva, Mathew Hill, Kristina Hill, Green and Dale Matthews officiating. Surviv- The music won't last.
Daniel Hill; great-grandchildren, Jackson Hill, Alexander ing is his adored wife, Pam; son, Billy Roach; Do you run through each day On the fly?
Leyva, Harris Leyva, and cousin, Joyce Sherill. daughters, Felecia Blair and Rhonda Roach; When you ask How are you? Do you hear the reply?
LIBERTY — Mr. Bryan Edward Insley, 23, died Thurs- three grandchildren, Amanda Workman and When the day is done Do you lie in your bed With the next hundred
day, July 1, 2010. A service will be held at 11 a.m., Tues- husband, Jason, AnnaLee and Mandee Roach; chores Running through your head?
day, July 6, 2010 at Ridge Funeral Home Chapel Ashe- two great-grandchildren, Landon Crutchfield You'd better slow down Don't dance so fast. Time is short.
boro. and Ayla Workman; brother, Bob Roach; and The music won't last.
SNOW CAMP - Miss Sarah Ellen Kimball, 83, died on sister-in-law, Donna. Ever told your child, We'll do it tomorrow? And in your haste,
Friday, June 11, 2010. The funeral service will be con- Donations to Greyhound Friends of North Not see his sorrow? Ever lost touch, Let a good friendship die
ducted at Cane Creek Friends Meeting on Monday, June Carolina, 2908-A Oak Ridge Road, Oak Cause you never had time To call and say, 'Hi'
14, 2010 at 2 p.m. Ridge, NC 27310; or to Liberty Friends Meet- You'd better slow down. Don't dance so fast. Time is short.
STALEY — Mr. Charlie Junior Mize, 70, died on Friday, ing, P.O. Box 1153, Liberty, NC 27298, would The music won't last..
June 18, 2010. A graveside service will be held on be greatly appreciated. We invite you to share When you run so fast to get somewhere You miss half the fun of
Wednesday, June 23 at 10 a.m. at Chatham Memorial your thoughts and fond memories with the getting there.
Park. Loflin Funeral Home of Liberty has the honor of family at www.LoflinFH.com. Loflin Funeral When you worry and hurry through your day, It is like an unopened
serving The Mize Family. Home of Liberty has the honor of serving the gift....Thrown away.
STALEY — Mr. Charlie Junior Mize, 70, died on Friday, Roach family. Life is not a race.
June 18, 2010. A graveside service will be held on Do take it slower Hear the music Before the song is over.
Wednesday, June 23 at 10 a.m. at Chatham Memorial
Park. Loflin Funeral Home of Liberty has the honor of This young girl had 6 months left to live, and as her dying wish, she
serving The Mize Family. The Family Of Bill Roach would like to wanted to send a letter telling everyone to live their life to the fullest,
LIBERTY — Mrs. Frances Ridge Queen, 87, died Friday, thank each and everyone for the outpouring since she never will. She'll never make it to prom, graduate from high
June 25, 2010. A funeral service will be held Monday, of prayers, calls, visits, food and true con- school, or get married and have a family of her own.
cern during this time. They are blessed to
have so many caring people in their lives.
Thank You From
The Bill Roach Family

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PATIENT ASSISTANCE FUND
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15 You are never too young or too old to pick up candy at a parade!! HURRICANE JANE’S
Partnership for Children Nutrition Program
Receives National Recognition
A program designed by
researchers at the Univer-
sity of North Carolina’s
Center for Health Promo-
tion and Disease Preven-
tion to reduce obesity in
preschool children was
recently recognized by the
White House Task Force
on Childhood Obesity.
Titled Solving the Problem
of Childhood Obesity
No Bull About This Event...well yes there was a bull and a mechanical bull
within a Generation, the
report recommended spe-
cific evidence-informed
programs to achieve this
goal. The Nutrition and
Physical Activity Self-Assessment for Child Care (NAP SACC), a proven
and results-oriented program, was one of three programs identified by the
task force to combat childhood obesity in early childhood.“We’re very
pleased to be one of the first partnerships in North Carolina to provide
funding to launch this program in our community,” said Pauline McKee,
executive director of the Randolph County Partnership for Children. The
North Carolina Nutrition and Physical Activity Surveillance Sys-
tem data for 2008 indicates that Randolph County ranks 65th out of 100 for Liberty Fire Department allowed kids of all ages to have their fun at some water games….love this hat dude !!!!!!
the number of obese children in the 2-4 year old age range. In collabora-
tion with the Randolph County Health Department, this program has now Highlights From HIS Place Block
impacted more than 1,000 children in 12 child care centers volunteering to
participate. This month, the Partnership is accepting applications for child
Party On June 12th. Proceeds from this
care centers to participate in the program. In the upcoming year, the pro- great event gave hundreds of dollars to
gram will be adapted for part-time church based preschool programs. Cen- four cancer patients. Great Job Liberty.
ters interested in participating should call Natalie Tackitt at 629-2128 ext.
15. NAP SACC focuses on the child care environment and asks center This was a win win. For the familes,
directors and teachers to identify aspects of the environment they want to for the church, for the community. Lets
improve, including nutrition, equipment, play time, and opportunities for keep this spark in Liberty Glowing.
physical activity, among others. Based on a written assessment, child care
health nurses provide on-site technical assistance and a series of five
workshops for staff. Grants are provided to enhance equipment and mate- Oh No!!! It Is
rials designed to El Camino Girl
promote physical POW!! BAM!!
activity. The
Randolph Hospital
EARTH VISIONS
Community Health THERAPEUTIC Massage People Flocked Under the shade trees to enjoy all the fun
Foundation, an en- MEDICAL Massage
dowment supporting
Randolph Hospital SPECIFIC ISSUE Massage
and funding the ——————————————————————

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projects of commu-
nity non-profits,
to be Pain Free
awarded $3,000 to Get your Life Back.
the Partnership for Phone 336 622 1844
the enhancement of
such equipment and Novella Kennedy, LMBT Southeastern Karate Demo...you have heard of the
materials for the NC Lic 4586 Marlboro Man...well this is El Camino Girl..watch out!!!
NAP SACC pro-
gram in 2009-2010. National Certification
The program meas-
ures success by Now Open Saturdays
changes in the foods
offered and activity
opportunities given
to children.

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July Safety Tips From Julian Fire Department Liberty Showcase reopens under new management.
Ee at Julian fire department would like to thank every one in our dis-
trict for a safe and uneventful fourth of July holiday weekend. We did Larry Alexander is no longer associated
not have to respond to any medical calls or fire calls due to neglect or with Liberty Showcase. After two years of
carelessness. We hope the rest of the month continues on the same being out of the entertainment business
trend. With temperatures hovering in the 90's , one thing we must be Ron & Betty Staley will again be back at
concerned about is heat stress and heat related injuries. When working the theater doing what they love. The for-
or playing outside Stay hydrated, dehydration is the first step to a bad mat will go back to what it was when they
day. It's important to recognize dehydration symptoms early. Un- left. Chad & Kristi Gaines' band called
treated, dehydration can develop into shock. The signs and symptoms "Blender" playing Oldie Goldie Rock N
of dehydration include: Roll music will alternate Saturday nights
• dizziness with Raymond Bradley's band "Rambling
• headache Fever Band" playing Traditional Country
• dark urine (may have a strong odor) Music. You can have a great night dancing
• inability to urinate to the music on our hugh dance floor or
• dry mouth and nose just sit back and enjoy the show. Also, in
• weakness the mix will be special shows like The
• nausea and vomiting Malpass Brothers playing Hank Williams
Dehydration Symptoms in Children Sr. songs & other vintage classic country & gospel music, Stephen Freeman's "Echos of A Leg-
end, Elvis Tribute", and Diane Bailey's "A Walk With Patsy Cline". We will continue to be fam-
• dry mouth and tongue
ily oriented with a non alcohol atmosphere where the whole family can come and have fun. We
• no tears when crying
look forward to providing good clean entertainment for Liberty and hope to see you all there.
• no wet diapers for 3 hours or more We will reopen


sunken abdomen, eyes, or cheeks
high fever
August 21st with GET UP AND GET GOING
The Malpass ATTACK Your Heart Before It ATTACKS You
• listlessness or irritability Brothers from
• skin that does not flatten when pinched and released Goldsboro at Do You want to be the most FIT of Your Life?
Dehydration Symptoms in the Elderly 7:30 PM. For
Dehydration symptoms in the elderly can be different than in younger
adults and children. Medications that the elderly take are much more
more information
, contact Ron
6:00 am Cardio Kickboxing
likely to lead to dehydration in that population. One particular symp- Staley. He can be (MWF)
tom of dehydration that is more pronounced in the elderly is poor skin
elasticity. When the skin is pinched, it holds its form rather than return-
reached at ph
336-622-4930, fx
6:00 pm Core Fitness
ing to its normal shape.
Treatment for Dehydration
336-622-1364 or (T,Th)
email at bksta-
Dehydration occurs when the body has lost too much fluid and electro-
lytes (the salts potassium and sodium). Dehydration is particularly dan-
ley@rtelco.net Earth Visions, Inc.
gerous for children, who can die from it within a matter of days. Al-
though water is extremely important in preventing dehydration, it does Call 622-1844 / 5264 York Martin Rd., Liberty
not contain electrolytes. To maintain electrolyte levels, you could have
broth or soups, which contain sodium, and fruit juices, soft fruits, or Introduction to Powers of Attorney Program
vegetables, which contain potassium. Sports drinks, like Gatorade, can On Wednesday, July 21, 2010 at 2:00 the SALT Council (Seniors And Law Enforcement Together)
help restore electrolytes. For children, doctors often recommend a spe- will present “Introduction to Powers of Attorney” at the Roy C. Reitzel Liberty Senior Center, 128 S.
cial rehydration solution that contains the nutrients they need. You can Fayetteville Street, Liberty. Speaker Attorney Diane Brady of Central Carolina Legal Services will
buy this solution in the grocery store without a prescription. Examples discuss powers of attorney, including explanations of legal terms, different
include Pedialyte, Ceralyte, and Infalyte. Untreated, dehydration may types of power of attorney documents, and other important information. Re-
freshments will be provided. This program is open to the public. The SALT
lead to shock. If a victim of dehydration has a low blood pressure or
Council is a partnership of law enforcement, senior citizens and community
very rapid pulse, the victim may need to get intravenous fluids. Call groups who work together to reduce the victimization of older adults. For more
911 for a dehydrated victim suffering from confusion, dizziness, or information contact SALT Secretary, Margie DiDona at the Asheboro Senior
weakness. This information was provided by Rod Brouhard of Center at 625-3389 or 1-800-252-2899.
About.com.
This Column Courtesy Of Julian Fire Department
CELEBRATION OF LIFE BLOOD DRIVE IN MEMORY OF
WILL “LITTLE MAN” ARRINGTON, JULY 29TH
We Have Checking Accounts (Ramseur, NC)—The American Red Cross is holding a blood drive in memory of Will
“Little Man” Arrington on Thursday, July 29, 2010. The drive will be held at Parks
Crossroads Christian Church, 2057 Parks Crossroads Road, from 2 PM – 7 PM. Will
died of heart complications at four months old and had received a tremendous amount
of blood during two heart surgeries. He is survived by his parents, Bob and Lesli Ar-
rington and his twin sister, Calli. Bob Arrington is an American Red Cross recruitment
operations supervisor. All presenting donors will be entered into a drawing for a $1,000
gift card and will also receive a special Red Cross giveaway. Most healthy individuals
who are at least 17 years of age, 16 with parental consent and weigh a minimum of 110
pounds are eligible to donate blood. Individuals 18 years of age or younger must also
258 W. Swannanoa Ave. meet specific height and weight requirements. The Carolinas Blood Services Region
PO Box 1125 Liberty, NC 27298 serves 103 hospitals and must have 1,600 people donate blood or platelets each week-
day to meet the needs of hospital patients. To schedule an appointment for the Celebra-
Office 336-622-2292 tion of Life Blood Drive in Memory of Will “Little Man” Arrington, please call Lesli
Arrington at 336-622-6998 or e-mail larrington@rtelco.net To schedule an appointment
Fax 336-622-6014 for any other American Red Cross blood drive, call 1-800-RED CROSS (733-2767) or
visit redcrossblood.org.

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Computer Stress:
Neck Pains? In a few short years computers have invaded our workplaces,
homes and laps. The dream of the original computer pioneers of
Back Pains? a computer in every home has become a reality - and so has
Headaches? computer stress: eye strain, wrist pain and the other discomforts
that occur from long periods of computing. How can we avoid
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CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org. Our 40th Year Anniversary
Liberty Rotary Recognized New Paul Harris Fellows
Terry Caviness, Foundation Chair for Liberty Rotary, awarded the following Liberty Ro-
tarians there Paul Harris Fellow Pin, Certificate and Medallion. They were awarded to
Louis Stanely (Wife of Rotarian, John Stanley) [her was presented as a gift from husband
John Stanley and son Chris Stanley], Tyson Nixon of Loflin Funeral Home, Brian Harring-
ton—Pastor of First Baptist Church Of Liberty and Kevin Bowman—Owner and Operator
of The Liberty Leader Newspaper all received their Paul Harris Fellows this month. The
Liberty Rotary is 100% Paul Harris Fellows. Well what does that mean? That means this
little club in Liberty is very unique, for only a few clubs across this nation and world is a
100% Paul Harris Fellows Club, where every member is a Paul Harris Fellow. What is a
Paul Harris Fellow? A Paul Harris Fellow recognition was created in memory of Paul Har-
ris, the founder of Rotary, as a way to show appreciation for contributions to the Founda-
tion's charitable and educational program. A Rotarian who contributes – or in whose name
is contributed – a gift of US$1,000 or more to Rotary International's Annual Programs Fund
may become a Paul Harris Fellow. Each new Paul Harris Fellow receives a commemorative Year Round Camping Available
certificate, a Paul Harris Fellow pin, and a medallion. Donors are eligible for Paul Harris
Fellow recognition when their cumulative giving reaches US$1,000. For additional gifts
totaling US$1,000 or more, a Paul Harris Fellow:
Large Groups Welcomed
• is recognized as a Multiple Paul Harris Fellow. Senior Citizens Enter For Free
• may also choose to honor someone else as a Paul Harris Fellow with their Foundation
Recognition Points, formerly called "available credit".
• is eligible to receive a Multiple Paul Harris Fellow pin with additional stones. Much Fun For
This identifies the Paul Harris Fellow as an advocate of the Foundation's goals of world
peace and international understanding. It has been a practice of many clubs to award Paul
Harris Fellowship to select members in appreciation of his or her service to the club. A
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mum of US$100 with the commitment to contribute US$1,000 within a ten-year period.

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This week's promise: God will wipe away sorrow forever


Faith does not isolate us from sadness Liberty Rotary Starts A New Year With New Officers
The Liberty Rotary Club is a long time service oriented club that has been serving the club for
Sing to the Lord, all you godly ones! Praise his holy name. His anger lasts for a moment, years. This years officers for the 2010 to 2011 year is Club President– Kevin Bowman, Vice
but his favor lasts a lifetime! Weeping may go on all night, but joy comes in the morn-
ing. Psalm 30:4-5 NLT
President– Wade T Shelton, Secretary—Robert Andrews, Treasurer—Doug Clark, and Presi-
I am leaving you with a gift—peace of mind and heart. And the peace I give isn't like dent Elect—Brian Harrington. They would like to thank Tyson Nixon for serving as the past
the peace the world gives. So don't be troubled or afraid. John 14:27 NLT years president. The Board of Directors area Don Shiver, Jim Wilson, Terry Caviness, Ed
Truly, you will weep and mourn over what is going to happen to me, but the world will Butler, John Stanley and Carolyn Vickrey. If you would like to learn more about this great
rejoice. You will grieve, but your grief will suddenly turn to wonderful joy when you see community club, stop on of the above or any of the other Club members for more details.
me again. It will be like a woman experiencing the pains of labor. When her child is born, Would you like to serve the community and the world , well here is your chance. Rotarians are
her anguish gives place to joy because she has brought a new person into the world. You have business and professional leaders who take an active role in their communities while greatly
sorrow now, but I will see you again; then you will rejoice, and no one can rob you of that joy. enriching their personal and professional lives.
John 16:20-22 NLT A Rotary club contains a diverse group of
Bond of understanding professional leaders from the community that
There is an immediate bond of understanding between people who have suffered similar the club serves. You can visit them on their
hardships or losses. Parents who have lost children, widows and widowers, and families of new website to learn more.
terminal-disease patients, all find comfort and encouragement in the presence of those who
have known similar pain. Paul urges believers to see opportunities for giving comfort as Www.libertyrotary.com
both a way to share the comfort of God and to use their own experiences of sorrow for Service above self, is the Rotary’s
good. We rarely know why suffering or trials enter our lives, but we can know that God motto. Check back next month as
wants to do through our sorrow. we learn more about the Liberty
Who do you know right now who needs a word of encouragement or comfort that Rotary and Rotary International.
20 your experience has prepared you to give?
HABITAT UPDATE Liberty Home #3 A New Series—New Chatham Hospital (A Well Kept Secret Just Down The Road)
Work on Liberty Habitat Home #3 on Wednesday Chatham Hospital and UNC Health Care have partnered to bring nationally-recognized health care to our commu-
June 9 was accomplished by two scouts from pack nity. Our partnership means you’ll continue to have access to ad-
502 in Liberty, (Daniel Hardy and Casey Rollins), vanced health care close to home, with the personal touch you’ve
one each from Freedom Family Church and First come to expect from us. The Chatham Hospital staff works together
United Methodist, along with a Habitat member to provide the best possible care for every patient and to serve as a
health resource and friend to the community. You’ll find that Chat-
from Asheboro, one from Randleman and two supervisors. Hardy
ham Hospital and its staff are fully accredited by the Joint Commis-
board was installed and some overhang materials. An anonymous sion on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations with a Gold Seal
donor paid for the Wednesday Habitat crew to enjoy a sit down of approval. To achieve that ranking and ensure we deliver the qual-
lunch at Hurricane Jane’s (formerly Fiddler’s cove), but the ity care the community deserves, our Board of Directors continues to
Wednesday work crew would welcome any group or individual invest in our facilities and in a broad range of programs to serve your
to furnish lunch at any convenient time. Call Tom Meacham at needs. We have an intensive care unit, a medical-surgical unit and a
622-1998 to schedule your lunch for some future Wednes- day-surgery department. Our emergency room is staffed around the
day….The work crew met again on Wednesday, June 23, at 8:30 clock- serving more than 1,100 patients a month. This new facility is
AM and began working on what would be a “scorcher” (95 de- located near the intersections of US Highways 64 and 421 in the new
gree) day! Again, work centered (and will for some time) on in- Central Carolina Business Campus. We have new operating rooms, digital radiology equipment including mammog-
stalling hardy plank siding to the home. Freedom Family church raphy, ultrasound, 16-slice CT scanner, bone densitometry, large patient rooms and much more. The Chatham Hospi-
and First Methodist offered a volunteer each, two volunteers (one tal cardiac rehabilitation, physical therapy and diabetes education departments are currently located at the Village
80 years old) came to work from Seagrove to Liberty, Casey Lake complex near the Western Chatham Senior Center. Cardiac rehabilitation offers Phase II, III and IV programs.
Physical Therapy and diabetes education have expanded their services with the move to larger space. We are cur-
Rollins from Scout Troop 502 and two supervisors came and
rently building a brand new Medical Office Building located directly behind the hospital scheduled to open early
offered up their sweat for God’s work . Again, a free lunch was a 2011. Our Medical Office Building will be the home of Chatham Primary Care, affiliated with the UNC Department
treat at Hurricane Jane’s (along with an air conditioned hour of of Family Medicine, as well as space available for other medical specialist. This is an exciting time for Chatham
bliss). Church members of Liberty, are you able to send just one Hospital. We hope you will turn to us when you or a family member needs medical attention and that you will visit
member to labor in God’s name on one or both of the Wednes- our Web site often as a source for valuable health information. (Check Back Next Month For More Highlights)
days in July? We will work on July 14 and July 28, beginning at
8:30 AM. You can live out your Christian commitment by offer-
ing your time for a tangible, long term gift to others.

Local Habitat volunteer, Tom Meacham


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into economic powerhouses. Randolph County is fortunate to have
these men as citizens.”

The 25th Annual Meeting celebrated 25 years of economic


development success resulting in $1,520,854,800 in announced capital
investment and 10,152 new jobs from new and expanded industries.
During the meeting, EDC President Bonnie Renfro recognized leaders
and allies that have supported the EDC over the last 25 years. Secre-
tary Crisco stated that economic development activity is strong across
the state with new job announcements and praised the Randolph
County EDC for consistent excellence and innovation and outstanding
leadership.
Results of a new economic development study identifying
competitive advantages and target industry sectors were presented by
EDC Chairman Dale Lambert, Executive Vice President of Randolph
Electric Membership Corporation, Vice Chairman Laura Wilson,
President of Pyramid Services, and Past Chairman Greg Spainhour,
Regional President of CommunityOne Bank. The study identified
three target sectors including medical supplies and devices, food
manufacturing, and distribution and logistics as key opportunities.
Also at the meeting, retiring Board members and officers
were recognized, including retiring Chairman Lambert; Past Chairman
Spainhour; Donald Andrews, Superintendent of Randolph County
Schools, Jorge Lagueruela, President of Trinity Furniture; Larry
Small, President of Acme McCrary
Corporation, and Lynwood White,
Vice President and Chief
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What Is On Tap For This Months Third
Thursday’s Corner Street Fest?
Well, there will be live Picking Station, that would be a group
of local musical artist that will gather in a circle and play for
the fun of it and to share there music. If you pick any instru-
ment, bring it on out and join in the circle. There will a few
local artist with there art on display. As far as the tasting this
month, our own local business, Millstone Creek Orchard will
be on display to offer sample of the local produce and fruits
that are coming in , plus
some of their store items
for sampling. So bring you
chair out and join in the fun. It is great time to reconnect with some
friends. Get hot, just journey down the street for a great frozen treat
at Liberty Emporium. Want to be part of August event or have ideas,
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Health Corner July 2010—-Summer Safety Tips
Summer time is here and it is a time of year we all look forward to. We have time to
spend with family at the pool, around the house and on vacation. As we find ourselves
outside more this time of year there are a few things we need to do
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The best way to beat the heat is to cover up. Wear a hat with a Charlie's Soap FOR RENT In Downtown Liberty
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and cotton clothing in a light weave.
Stay in the shade whenever possible. Charlie's Soap 80 Wash Loads 122 W.Swannanoa Ave.
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Limit exposure to the sun during peak intensity (10 am to 4 Powder is Only $9.99.
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Use a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or greater and reapply every
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Use extra caution around water and sand as they reflect UV rays and you sunburn Locally Sold Contact Judy Butler 401 S Carolina St—Liberty Home For
Ph 622-2671 Rent - 3 bedroom with hardwood floor
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Intense activities that last 15 minutes or longer should be Stanley offers superior
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limited during high heat and/or humidity. Call 697-1869 —- $550 A Month
Drink plenty of water before starting outside activities and for you and your family. Stanley is best
know for their cleaning products.
continue to drink every 20 minutes. Great Stocking Stuffer For All Your FOR SALE/FOR RENT
Wear one layer of light absorbent material to facilitate People On The List.
evaporation. For Rent Or For Sale
Bug Safety: 3 Bedroom House , Newly Re-
Don’t use scented soaps, perfumes or hair spray. Local Baked
modeled, Fully Furnished, Air
Avoid areas where insects nest or congregate, such as stagnant pools of water, un- Cakes and Pies Conditioned, Large Deck, Private
covered foods and gardens. By Peggy Holbrook
Avoid dressing in bright colored clothes or flowery prints. Country Setting , Sets on 3 Acres.
Phone 622-4739
Do not use a combination sunscreen and insect repellent as the Call Today To Place
Located In Staley
sunscreen will need to reapplied but the insect repellent Your Made From Reduced—$79,900 Or
should not be. Scratch Cakes Rent $600 A Month
Repellents containing DEET are most affective against ticks. And Pies Call Doug At 669-4075
For children over two months of age use a repellent with a
maximum of 30% DEET. Products containing DEET HELP WANTED Grass Carp to control vegeta-
should not be used on children under 2 months.
Pool Safety: UNITS Mobile Storage of NC tion, 4 to 6”, Channel catfish,
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sure there are no openings large enough for a child to get through. Customer Service Position Call 336-498-5417
Never leave a child alone in or near a pool, not even for a “second”. Computer and Telemarketing skills re-
Keep rescue equipment near the pool. quired. Part Time.
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arms length of the child. 336-622-1676
Have a great, fun and safe summer.——Lori Ann Cobb RN, FCN

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