The Moore County Community Foundation, established in 1996, awarded $92,600 in local grants from its community grantmaking fund in August.
"These grants are important to our community and our quality of life,” said J. Hugh Bingham, board president.
“Critical programs would not be possible without the generosity of many individuals and organizations that have supported Moore County’s community fund.”
There were over 30 nonprofit recipients this year, ranging from the Arts Council of Moore County to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC to the Moore County Historical Association.
Read more about the Moore County Community Foundation, its community grantmaking fund, and how to donate on the NCCF website.
School board members, county commissioners, other elected officials, and several classes of third graders recently celebrated the groundbreaking for Moore County’s newest public school. The new Pinehurst Elementary is the fourth new public school to get underway in the last two years.
McDeeds Creek Elementary opened this past August and is currently serving about 500 students...
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Moore County has 2 great venues for seeing movies – a multiplex that is newly-renovated and an arts center that has stood the test of time.
Paragon Sandhills in Southern Pines is Moore County’s only multiplex and houses 10 screens. It opened in December 2000 as Sandhills Cinemas and had fallen into disrepair since 2015 under the previous ownership. In late 2018, Florida...
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