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Liberty Leader August 2010 Issue

Liberty Leader August 2010 Issue

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Liberty Leader August 2010 Community Paper
For The Liberty, Staley, Julian, Climax and Snow Camp Area - Community Paper For The Community and By The Community
Liberty Leader August 2010 Community Paper
For The Liberty, Staley, Julian, Climax and Snow Camp Area - Community Paper For The Community and By The Community

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Nature Library Opens In Liberty
On behalf of the Mayor Jim Parker, Liberty Town Councilmembers James Lee Humble, Pike Johnson, Tyson Nixon, andShane Isley, I wouldlike to welcome eve-ryone and Thank youfor being here to helpus celebrate this veryspecial occasion.With the vision of our Town Manager Roger Davisand our very own writer and volunteer WarrenDixon, the Town of Liberty, has again established
it’s own unique identity. Liberty now has one of the
largest collection of Nature books in North Carolina. Nature Enthusiast from any-where in the country cancome here research and explore almost 1,200 books and exhibits. These books contain literature and information, most of us never realized or dreamed even exist. This collections comesfrom the generosity of Mr. Henry King of Franklinville. Mr. King is an author andwriter. I remember Mr. King when he workedfor the Courier Tribune and covered the
Town Board meetings back in the 70’s and80’s.This is Mr. King’s prize collection andit’s an honor and a privilege for the Town of 
Liberty to be entrusted as the recipient of hismany years of research and col-lection of thesefine books.
Thank you Mr. Henry King.Story By Terry L
Vol 6, Issue 8
Post your event
August9-11-Bible Conf.13-14
Kids Consig.25-First Day School28
Blood Drive28-VBSSeptember 2-4
Music Festival12
BBQ Fundraiser 24-25
Kids Consg.25
Car/Tractor And Bike Show24-25 Antique Fest.
Liberty Leader Ph 404-9791Fx 622-4298
For UpcomingLiberty Events
 Next Issue Of TheLibertyLeader Sept 7
A Community Paper
By The Community
And For The Community
6 Years And Going
God will save you from a devil's hell...
will take you to a whole new level of living!"
Free Paper 
Bringing the Liberty, Staley, Julian, Climax and Snow Camp Areas Together 
Online At
 Have You Shopped  In Liberty Lately
To the Citizens of Liberty NC: I want to thank everyone who supported the Lib-erty Showcase during my 2 years of ownership. However, when the economy failed so did a lot of businesses, Liberty Showcase being one of them. Our overhead was just too great to keepthe Showcase open. I have received several  phone calls wanting to know about the article inlast month's paper that mentions my name( Larry Alexander).Since there is a concern about who owns the Liberty Showcase, let me clear the record for everyone. At one point I had an active partner,Mr. Henry Kuykendall. Henry decided that the showcase was a bad investment and elected to step aside and I continued to operate the show-case and pay the bills . Now I have assigned myhalf interest over to Mr. Kuykendall, and he isthe sole owner of Liberty Showcase. Mr. Staleyis not the owner, but my understanding is he ismanaging the Liberty Showcase for Mr. Kuykendall. Mr. Staley is the lien holder in thistransaction as he has always been.Thank you, Larry Alexander 
This Is A Paid Advertisement By Larry Alexander 
Downtown Corner Park Taking Shape
Well, this looks like a picture from a war zone, but it is the corner lot downtown Liberty turn-ing into a great park. Read the Town CouncilMinutes in the paper to learn more of what ishappening. Also thanks to local reader, ClanciFoxx for being a fast picture taker. She caught pictures of this. This is what makes this a greatcommunity paper...everyone has a part in it.You can see more pictures on my Facebook  page.Page 3
Early LearningPage 4
Preachers Kisses HorsesRear ???? Makes you want to readPage 5
Units Make DonationPage 9
421 Havana Opens UpPage 11
Kids Make An ImpactPage 17
Santa Seen In LibertyPage 19
Peach Festival ReviewPage 21
At The Well Story
Much Much More Inside!!!
The best stories are told over the community
fence… pass on your story and news to us...this is
what makes this a great community newspaper!!
Phone 336-404-9791
Several Styles Pepperidge Farm Breads 2 For $1
“Locally Operated”
219 S Greensboro St, Liberty
(In Dollar General Shopping Center)
Phone 622-2111
MONTHLY SPECIALSBananas 39 Cents LbPotato -5lb/$2
10lb/$3Onions 3lb / $1.99Apples $1.19 Lb1 Gallon Vinegar $3 Now Accepts E.B.T.Now Accepts Debit CardsCome See Our OtherGreat Specials
Country Hams, Side Meat, Bacon, Hoop Cheeses Milk, Eggs, other dairy items New Refrigerated Coolers with selected items
New Seasonal Items:Blueberries $1.99Strawberries $1.99Peaches $1.49German JohnsonTomatoes $1.49Watermelons On SaleCantaloupes $1.99
Gallon Milk $2.99
EachIce Creams$1 to $1.25
Coble’s Pressure Washing
 Hometown Business
Specializing In Washing Vinyl and Aluminum HomesLog Homes, Decks, Fencing, Cement And DrivewaysGet Rid Of Ugly Roof Stains
Will Not Hurt ShinglesWork Guaranteed
It Is Spring Time CleaningLocally Owned And Operated By Doug CobleFor Over 18 YearsGive Us A Call 622-2741
Be RHEAL Program Inspires Healthy Living
Childhood obesity is a national epidemic. It is a health issue that affects our state and local community. To help combat obesity on a local level, a grantfrom the Randolph Hospital Community Health Foundation in collaborationwith Randolph Hospital, Randolph Health Improvement Partnership (RHIP)and the Randolph/ Asheboro YMCA, is providing a new program for adoles-
cent boys and girls called Be RHEAL, or ―Ready for Healthy Eating and Ac-tive Lifestyles‖. There are 2 programs, one for boys and one for girls, in aneffort to focus on each gender’s unique challenges to a healthy lifestyle. On
September 8th, the Be RHEAL program for boys ages 10-14 will begin andon the 13th for girls aged 10-14. The program focuses on healthy eating and positive self-esteem while implementing a variety of fun, interactive fitness programs to teach the importance of regular physical activity. Those wishingto participate must be willing to commit to the full 7-week program. The boys program will be held between September 8th and October 20th on Wednes-days from 6:30
7:45pm. The girls program will be held between September 13th and October 25th on Mondays from 6:30
7:45pm. All classes will beheld at the Asheboro/Randolph YMCA Teen Center, 343 NC Highway 42 Nin Asheboro. Space is limited and registration is required by Thursday, Sep-tember 2nd to attend. For more information or to register for the Be RHEAL program, please call Janet Hughes at 633-7711.
Early Learning and Fun at Liberty’s July 4
By: Jennifer BeasleyWhat can you do with your child on a humid and hot day that is both educational and fun? Play with water! That is just what
Celebrate Liberty’s Children (CLC) did with children at Liberty’s July 4
Festival. CLC set up a free early learning center in-cluding water activities such as water tables with toys and painting with water. Many children stopped at the water tables to playand cool off with the water. Other children painted the street with water and watched as their masterpieces quickly evaporated in
the heat. Parents also participated in the fun by exploring the amazing properties of water and observing their children’s re
ac-tions to the water centers. Why is water play important? Not only is playing with water inexpensive, but water play promotesthe development of fine motor skills, gross motor skills, cognitive skills, and social play skills that are all emerging during earlychildhood.
Aside from the water play activities, CLC’s free learning center also included a sidewalk chalk center, a spray
-bottle paint cen-ter, as well as a community art project. The sidewalk chalk center gave children a chance to release their creativity while devel-oping their fine motor skills as well. In the spray-bottle paint center, children had the opportunity to work on their fine motor skills while squeezing the spray bottles to create splashes of artwork on a sheet that was hanging from the fence. The commu-nity art project gave children and their parents the opportunity to use their creative skills and work together with others to con-struct a one-of-a-
kind piece of artwork. CLC volunteers also handed out free children’s books as well as Parent Resource
Guides from the Randolph County Partnership for Children and brochures about the programs offered at the Liberty Early
Childhood Center. Celebrate Liberty’s Children plans to offer free early learning centers at Liberty’s 4
of July Festival next
year. Look for Celebrate Liberty’s Children this October for the Annual Movie Night at Millstone Creek Orchards and at the
Liberty Christmas Parade in December 
handing out books. Celebrate Liberty’s
Children is funded by the RandolphCounty Partnership for Children. For more information on programs offered by the Liberty Early Childhood Center 
and Celebrate Liberty’s Children, please
contact Jennifer Beasley at (336)622-8282 or e-mail her at jmendoza@randolph.k12.nc.us.
Y’ALL Come Back Café 
119 S Fayetteville St
Downtown Liberty
(A Place Where Friends Gather To Eat)
Y’All Come
 Back Cafe
Daily Specials Everyday
Seniors Receive FreeDrink With MealKids Menu
New Hours Beginning August 14th
We Will Be OpenSaturday Morning 6am to 11am and AlsoSaturday Night from 5:30pm to 9:00pmSunday Morning From 7am to 11amClosed MondayTues to Frid 6am to 2pm
Thank You To All The Customers
Check Out The New Hours
 Letter To The Leader: From: Frank Shepard Message: Can I receive this paper online?
 Answer...you sure can….go to our website….
 Www.libertynewspaper.org On the home page you can receivethis months and past months paper online for viewing, printing and sharing. Best part,it is in color!!!
Randolph Telephone’s 52
Annual Meeting
Randolph Telephone Membership Corporation invites their members to the 52nd Annual Meeting on Saturday, Aug. 14,at Southwestern Randolph Middle School, 1509 HopewellFriends Rd, Asheboro. We will have event-only product spe-cials, fabulous door prizes, a special member gifts, an enter-
taining kid’s show, and prizes for the children. Registration
will begin at 9:00 am and the meeting begins at 10:30 am.
The meeting will feature reports from RTMC’s leadership on
the state of the cooperative. Attendees also have a chance towin $50 for completing a customer survey. Every member household and every child attending will receive a valuableattendance gift. Prizes will be awarded to the oldest man andwoman attending the event and the youngest member. Draw-ings for dozens of valuable prizes will close out the meeting,including a grand prize of $500! Children also will be eligibleto participate in the prize drawings for a variety of bikes. TheSaturday event will close with a hot dog lunch and homemade
ice cream made by a 1937 John Deer ―hit and miss‖ tractor 
Randolph Telephone is dedicated to providing themost advanced telecommunications solutions and world-classcustomer care to its customers. Locally owned and operated, Randolph Telephone is proud of its more than 50 years of  serving our neighbors and communities in Randolph, Ala-mance, Chatham, Davidson, Guilford, Moore, and Montgom-ery Counties.
On Sunday, Sept. 19 at 3 PM, the AsheboroCommunity Choir will be presenting a con-cert at Liberty Friends Meeting,316 Greensboro Street in Liberty.This concert is free and open to the public.
Mark Your Calendars

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