Calli Brielle McIntyre is a high school honor student at Pinecrest High School and the reigning Miss Moore County’s Outstanding Teen in the Miss North Carolina Scholarship program.

She is an accomplished dancer, actress, singer and community activist. Calli leads with her heart and her ‘old soul’.

Her Platform for this coming year is Food Allergies. She has written a book, The Anteater that Couldn’t Eat Ants, to drive her point home. Her own peanut allergy, discovered early on, gave her the impetus to write this book as an 8th grader!

Currently she is working with State Representative Jamie Boles to help pass House Bill 520 to require restaurants to more properly prepare for occurrences of food allergies in their established place of business.

Her resume of theatrical accomplishments, spanning 11 years, and her leadership role as Founder/Director of Crowning Purpose, Inc. speaks to her passion, her grit and her heart.

As you’ll hear, Calli is fearless, confident, gracious, articulate, loving, disciplined and focused. In 9 years of hosting All Things Moore County, I am hard pressed to recall anyone of her age more impressive or endearing.

The Pinecrest (High School) Choral Group welcomes COMPOSER ERIC WHITACRE

The Pinecrest Choral Program will be hosting world-renowned composer Eric Whitacre for a three day residency, beginning on October 24th, 2011. Choir Director Erin Plisco discusses the exciting details of the event, along with four of the program’s students: Carina Houseman, Zamir Sealy, Logan Williams, and Katherine Burrow. The final concert will be held on Wednesday, October 26th, at 7pm at Robert E Lee Auditorium at Pinecrest High School. General Admission is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting or through the Moore County Arts Council. More information on Eric Whitacre can be found at

Moore County School’s Home of the Year Contest

Builder Tommy McCaskill & Designer Tom Panek of the MCHBA join high school career counselors, Maria Brock of North Moore, Amy Garner of Pinecrest, Beth Christiansen & Bill Ross of Union Pines High School to discuss the annual home building competition to be held on May 26th between the 3 area high schools.