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Liberty Leader Newspaper Sept 2009 1-28

Liberty Leader Newspaper Sept 2009 1-28

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Vol 5, Iss 9, 2009
 
Post your eventSeptember 
12-Prayer Bkfast12-Brunswick Stw12-Kiln Opening13-Rainbow Tea15-Snow Camp Mtg19-Fall Harvest Day19-Church Bazzar 19/20-Special Show19/20-Car Show21-26-School Raiser 23-Chamber Lunch23-Pumpkin Sale26-Brunswich Stew26-Liberty Show26-Alpaca Day25-Antique Festival26– Antique Festival26– Car/Tractor 
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 29-Grant Kickoff October 1– The Issacs4– Farm Fest10– Spagetti Dinner 24– Health Fair 
Liberty Leader Ph 404-9791Fx 622-4298
Email
libertynewspaper@aol.com
 Next Issue Of TheLibertyLeader Oct 5Happiness keepsyou Sweet,Trials keep youStrong,Sorrows keep youHuman,Failures keep youHumble,Success keeps youGlowing,But Only GODkeeps you Going.
THE LIBERTY LEADER 
A Community Paper—By The Community—And For The Community
 
Free Paper 
Bringing the Liberty, Staley, Julian, Climax and Snow Camp Areas Together— Online At
www.libertynewspaper.org
 
Elections Just Down The Road— 
So Who Is Running
?
FOR LIBERTY MAYOR:
ALEXANDER, ERNEST LARRY404 E STARMOUNT AVE PH (919) 218-9551 (336) 622-1016
PARKER, JIMMY SHERRILL325 E FRAZIER AVE P O BOX 446 PH(336) 622-3740 N
FOR LIBERTY COUNCIL:
CAVINESS, TERRY L512 N GREENBRIAR ST PO BOX 928 PH(336) 622-3850
KING-GAINES, JUSTIN SAMUEL615 E SWANNANOA AVE PH (336) 622-4291 (919) 478-9060
ISLEY, JEREMY550 E HIGHFILL AVE PH PH(336) 622-9643 N
 NIXON, TYSON EUGENE225 PINE VALLEY COURT P O BOX 1536 N PH (336) 209-1455
WHATLEY, TRACY BEARD654 LOGAN LANE P O BOX 372 PH (336) 622-2253 (336) 964-1655
FOR STALEY MAYOR:
SCOTTON, KAREN R 548 W RAILROAD ST PO BOX 22 PH(336) 622-2054
FOR STALEY COMMISSIONER
:
DEGAETANO, RICHARD LEWIS2436 GRAYFOX LANE PH(336) 622-0422 (336) 639-6270
JONES, MARLENE BRINKLEY507 N MAIN ST PH(336) 622-7128 Y (336) 215-2224
LANGLEY-HANKINS, LORI LYNN158 SHAW ST P O BOX 210 PH(336) 622-5138
MARLEY, SARAH ELIZABETH535 S STALEY ST P O BOX 4 PH(336) 622-2419
ROLLINS, STEVE HOWARD SR 2422 GRAY FOX LANE PH (336) 382-8013
WILLIAMS, JAMES TOMMY SR 548 COOPER ST P O BOX 72 PH(336) 622-26861
 
5 Years And Going
We Made It—Town Of Liberty ReceivesSmall Town Main Street Program Grant
A few years ago the Town Of Liberty council put together a special down-town revitalization committee to work towards reviving our community.Since that time we have had increased our July Celebration to a large event,increased exposure to downtown and they applied last year for the SmallTown Main Street Grant. We came in to the final four for the western divi-sion of NC and lost out to the other towns. The group decided to reapply for the grant and on August 13, our Mayor John Stanleyreceived the official letter stating we had received thegrant. The town chosen for the grants was Libertyalong with Robbins, La Grange, Selma, Waxhaw andWilkesboro. Yipee!!!! You may now be saying toyour self, What is the Small Town Main Street Pro-gram? Good question. The Small Town Main StreetProgram addresses the growing number of small,rural towns that need downtown development as-sistance but are not likely, due to size or resource limitations, to pursuethe regular Main Street program. Selected communities receive on-sitetechnical assistance from the Small Town Main Street (STMS) staff including: Organizational development, Market analysis, Business assis-tance, Promotions and Design. As in the regular Main Street program,no funds come with the designation. So what is the next steps. Thegroup would like to schedule a KICK OFF meeting. Roger Davis, Lib-erty Town Manager, has asked for Tuesday, September 29 for our townskick off. The STMS will come to this meeting and would like for alllocal officials, citizens, organizations, business and more to be in atten-dance. They will explain the program to us and what they hope to ac-complish together with us. As well as begin the process of forming acommunity based organization to help carry out the revitalization effort.This is open to all citizens. They would like to see members currently onthe downtown revitalization committee, downtownmerchants, planning boards, civic groups,local and nearby residents. Make a point tocome out.
So Why Is It Important To Vote and For Who?
As summer draws to a close, most local town folks are enjoying their last few daysof relative leisure. School has started and life is getting back into a normal routine.Despite the fact there are no national or state political ads running every where youturn, politics currently seem to be getting little attention in our little town and ad- joining ones, except from the few side street chatter sessions. My local paper issmall just 3,000 copies and is only publish once a month, but I feel in issue is animportant voice for this community. I will be doing a bio on each candidate run-ning for local offices next month. But I want the bio’s to be more than just age,years in town, family structure, work history and you know what I mean. I want toask some serious questions. So what I want to do is put this back to the readers.Drop me an email (or letter in the mail) by the September 21st with that one ques-tion (or two) you would like to see your candidate to respond to. I will take a quick survey of the most prominent questions that will reveal what our local voters arefocused on local issues. So this is your chance community, put all that energy inthe thoughts of the past years and current on what is good and bad, that questionyou wish you new the answer to on what your elected official will do for you whilesitting at the Town Hall meeting. Then in the October issue of the paper, I will do aspread for Liberty and Staley on the candidates and there response to all the ques-tions you ask. I will collect all your questions and then ask some of my valuedfriends to help me pick the five best questions. But hey, once you read the ques-tions, do your part. That would be get out and VOTE. Even better before voting,drop them a letter or a phone call. All the candidates contact information is above.You can make a difference. This is your community and the person you allow inthe office by VOTING or NOT VOTING, well it is your choice. I have set up aspecial email address for these questions
voteliberty@aol.com
 
 
September 26th
Mark Sept 29
 
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FARM FEST 
OCT 4
Rising Meadows Farm & Goat Lady Dairy
(NO ADMISSION CHARGE) See Page 4 For More Info
Communities In Schools
Read, volunteer, work with student or in a class room ,donation or anything.
 Any North East Corner Of Randolph County Schools
Contact Robin Cox at 953-7412Email ciseastern@randolph.k12.nc.us
THE MISSION- To champion the connection of needed community re-sources with schools to help young people successfully learn, stay inschool, and prepare for life. Communities In Schools believes all studentsdeserve five basic resources:
A one-on-one relationship with a caring adult
A safe place to grow and learn
A healthy start - a healthy future
A marketable skill to use upon graduation
A chance to give back to peers and community
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
 
101 S. Fayetteville Street - Liberty, NCPhone 336-622-3844 www.libertyshowcase.comSMOKE FREE / ALCOHOL FREE
L I B E R T Y S H O W C A S E AND DINNER THEATER
 A Message Of LoveWith Special Performance ByThe Daytime Gospel GroupSat Sept 19—7pmSun Sept 20—4pmTickets $7 (Children Under 6 Free)
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HOPE
There ’s hope there’s Angel Food Ministries
Hunger is a very real problem in this nation – each year over five millionAmericans face life without adequate food. With today’s economic challenges,many ordinary families have fallen on hard times and just need a little help tomake ends meet while they get back on their feet.
That’s where Angel Food Minis-tries can make the difference.Angel Food is a nationwide pro-gram offering low cost food relief to anyone in need.If you or someone you know needs help – Angel Food is here for you.
 
Staley Baptist Church
A Place To Believe,
Belong and to Be loved
440 West Railroad St, Staley NC, 27355336-622-2965www.staleybaptistchurch.com
 
Www.angelfoodministries.com
 A Special Gospel ShowThe Messengers ThreeWith Local Aprille Miller Sat Sept 26—7:30pmStephen Freeman with Live Bank Echoes of a LegendOctober 3—7:30pm Advance Ticket $30 (At Door $35)Dinner & Show $45
Order Deadline (Firm)Sept 14thPick Day (Firm)Sept 19 (9am to 10:30am)
The Malpass BrothersOctober—17 Showtime 7:30pmShow Only $20 Advance ($22 At Door)Dinner & Show $35
Reservation For Dinner By Thursday Noon
Chad And Kristi ShowSeptember 12September 19Show Begins 7:30pm
Beginner Line Dance Classes
Every Friday from 7am to 8:30pmCost $6 Per Person—Each ClassYou Can Do This!!!!!!!Instructor Jerry AllisonDesigned For Beginners
Harvest International Ministry
Welcomes You To
Discover the Plan, Purpose and Destiny God Has For Your Ife
Sundays 10:30 a.m.Sundays 10:30 a.m.Sundays 10:30 a.m.Sundays 10:30 a.m.
Pastor James English Jr.(Graduate of World Harvest Bible College, ordained & li-censed by Pastor Rod Parsley)
The Liberty Showcase
101 Fayetteville St, Liberty, NC 27298 Office 336-622-6810

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