A micro-cafe with baked goods and hot and cold beverages, a micro-farmers market with fresh produced grown in the on-site greenhouse and high tunnel and the latest component, a food truck, were described to the Hardy County Board of Education at their meeting Monday, Nov. 18.

The Hardy County Community Development Project has been  branded Hardy United and is located at the corner of Main and Jefferson streets in Moorefield. The project is moving forward with the help of the Moorefield Hospitality Services and East Hardy Catering, as well as other partners.

Moorefield High School FCCLA members Cheyenne Walters, Trevor Southerly and Janel Riggleman presented a video and PowerPoint update.

The students traveled to Charleston on Thursday, Nov. 21, to make a

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  • The next meeting of the Hardy County Board of Education is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 2 at 5 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Central Office, 510 Ashby St. in Moorefield. The public is invited to attend.