A recent article in the well-regarded Elite Magazine, published by the Fayetteville Observer, highlights Moore County's intention to recruit military families to the area. In addition to listing the reasons people are making the decision to move to Moore County, a secondary article talks about the business side of things. Not only are military families moving to Moore, they're starting and growing businesses here too. Please read both articles, using the links below:
Moore County Recruits Military Families (Link to Elite Magazine article)
Moore County Recruits Military Families, and Moving to Moore—and Staying. (3mb PDF with both articles)
Our area Convention & Visitors Bureau posted this great article written through the fresh eyes of someone who recently visited Moore County for the first time. While it may be geared toward giving visitors a sense of what Moore County is like, the article is really not just for visitors. It’s also for residents – newcomers and established folks alike – who may ...
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As teachers finish making personal touches, the pristine McDeeds Creek Elementary on Camp Easter Road is all set to welcome students from kindergarten to 5th grade for its inaugural school year. It will be home to the Bulls.
Situated on 36 acres, the modern new 117,000 square-foot school has 40 classrooms, a pair of project rooms for collaboration between classes, a combined gymnasium an...
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