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Everest Academy is a ministry of Everest Family Church in Hayden. We offer freedom along with quality resources, information, activities and support to those homeschooling in Alabama. We believe that the parent has the best interests of their children at heart. We believe that the parent is the first and only teacher that a child needs. In keeping with this philosophy, we wish to be a very hands-off church "cover" school and allow the parent to lead and guide their children in the direction and at the pace they feel is best suited to their children. We ask only for what the law requires while offering support along with quality resources to aid families in their efforts.

Nov. 9, Montgomery: FREE "Alabamians in the Great War" Exhibit

The Museum of Alabama will open its new temporary exhibit, "Alabamians in the Great War," to the public beginning around 2 p.m. on Sunday in downtown Montgomery.

"Alabamians in the Great War" tells the story of Alabama's contributions to victory in World War I, the conflict that made the U.S. a leading global power. Artifacts from the museum's extensive holdings, including numerous recent acquisitions, are complemented by items on loan from private collections.

The exhibit will be housed in the "Alabama Treasures" gallery, at the Museum of Alabama, which is located on the second floor of the Alabama Department of Archives and History building. The gallery has been restored to its original 1940s appearance, utilizing many of the museum's original display cases.

The event will begin with a presentation by Rod Frazer on his new book, "Send the Alabamians: World War I Fighters in the Rainbow Division," at 2 p.m. in the Joseph M. Farley Alabama Power Auditorium.

Published by the University of Alabama Press in 2014, this book recounts the story of the 167th Infantry Regiment of the World War I Rainbow Division from their recruitment to their valiant service on the bloody fields of eastern France in the climactic final months of World War I.

Admission to both events on Sunday is free. For more information, visit the museum's website.