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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 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.

Mobile County Tutor

Anyone need tutors for the summer? Does your student want to get ahead of schedule in school? Does your student need college preparation? I have a Masters in Education, a degree in Biology and a minor in Psychology. I am available to enhance your student's academic life starting immediately. I specialize in secondary science education, particularly biology, zoology, marine biology, ecology and psychology. Assisting your student can be in person, if it is within driving distance, or via Skype. For more information, please feel free to email kaylamichelle802@gmail.com or call/text Kayla at 205-389-4333

Kayla Austin-Brown

Mobile: Erin Wainwright

Erin Wainwright 

New for the 2014/2015 school year!!!

Hi my name is Erin Wainwright and I am a homeschooling mom to 3! Two teenage girls and a six year old boy! I have lived in Mobile most of my life. I am SO proud of all Mobile has to offer from museums and historical sites to the places to learn and interact with our unique South Alabama environmental centers and estuaries! I am very proud to show them off and visit them all as we can! I am also a firm believer in getting kids started early in helping others and enjoy partnering with both the Bay Area Food Bank and ARF (Animal Rescue Foundation)!

I tend to go 90 to nothing and love it that way! I haven't been homeschooling a very long time (2 years), but am passionate and enthusiastic about all the great opportunities available to homeschooling and in widening that scope! I am VERY excited to be a part of the Everest team and can't wait to get started!

Contact Info:

May 1, Vestavia: McCullum Park Play Date

McCullum Park Play Date
Open to all homeschoolers!!!

McCullum Park is a nice quiet park at the end of Rosemary Lane in Vestavia, just off Rocky Ridge Rd. There are clean public restrooms, pavilions with picnic tables, a play set, an open field, and sidewalks the kids can ride bikes or scooters on. There is also a shallow creek there, so you may want to bring a towel and/or swim shoes, change of socks, etc. Here is a link to the park's info.

Thursday, May 1, 2014 at 1pm

We will discuss the possibility of meeting on a recurring basis. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Nicole Junkin at 902-0488 or victoriousgrace1118@gmail.com

Springville: Guitar Lessons

I was referred to you by Ann and Brad Sargent, both of whom are homeschooling parents and music professors. 

For any interested students in your network, I'd like to offer guitar lessons. I have been playing guitar for over 29 years, and have been teaching guitar lessons for around 23 years. I have taught children and adults, usually ranging between the ages of 6 to 62. 

I am a born-again Christian and have a passion for teaching music. I reside in Springville, AL. I have a wife and four children (ages five, seven, nine and ten). I also am a benefits coordinator for Aflac. 

If you have any questions or know of any interest in guitar lessons among your associated students, please contact me by this email address: guitarmike20@gmail.com or by phone: (601) 917-5318.

Thank you, 
Mike Twente

Student Spotlight: Abby Hathorn

Abby Hathorn, a freelance writer, fashion stylist and blogger, has homeschooled throughout her high school years and is a proud 2014 graduate of Everest Academy. She is the CEO and Founder of the Vintage Inspired Passionista blog, writes a weekly column for Real Media, writes a monthly column for The Trussville Tribune, and contributes to other publications upon request. Abby also does live-blogging and social media broadcasts with B-Metro Magazine at special Birmingham events. In an interview with Abby, See Jane Write Birmingham writer Javacia Harris Bowser stated, “Birmingham may have its own teen prodigy in the world of fashion blogging.” 

In addition to fashion styling and writing, Abby is also the lead role in the upcoming independent film La Madame (Director, Carlos Rosales) and was an extra in the Birmingham-produced independent film Is What It Is. Abby has had the opportunity to interview celebrities and fashion designers such as Ty Pennington, Ahmed Hassan, Emily Ellyn, Hilton Hollis, Joeffer Caoc, and Karolina Zmarlak, just to name a Abby has plans to expand her blog’s topics and coverage areas and to attend college in the fall. Her goal is to major in mass communications with a minor in theater. Abby’s best words of advice are to, “Be Daring. Be Fabulous. Be You.”

These opportunities would have never been possible for Abby in a traditional school environment. Everest Academy gave her the flexibility to do her schoolwork and pursue her interests in writing.  To learn more about Abby Hathorn, please visit www.vintageinspiredpassionista.com.  

Summer, Bham: Kids & Jobs Program

2014 Kids & Jobs Program
"Let's Go to Work!"
City of Birmingham
Mayor's Office Division of Youth Services
Each spring, Birmingham youth are invited to apply for age-appropriate employment opportunities through the Kids & Jobs Program. This year, students between the ages of 14 and 21 years old will be working in public, private and nonprofit sectors of the business community. Youth who are hired through the program go to work during the summer months.

May - June, Gardendale: Teen Driver Clinics

Teen Driver Clinics

“Killing Cones To Make Safer Drivers”
The ALSCCA is proud to conduct several Teen Driver Clinics each year. These are one-day, hands-on, behind-the-wheel collision avoidance and defensive driving clinics that teach new teen drivers the skills needed to avoid vehicle incidents.
Using the students' own vehicle, the maneuvers practiced begin with simple elements and grow step-by-step to combine emergency braking and turning while staying in control of themselves and their vehicles.
Classroom sessions emphasize the theory behind the practice, but it is the practice on pavement that makes the clinics effective. Training in how to react as a driver follows the same principle as that used in training for sports - practice the right emergency responses so they can be used when the emergencies occur.
The Spring 2014 clinics will be held on May 10th, May 17th, and June 7th, all at the South Campus of Gardendale First Baptist Church.
Reguirements include: driver's license or learner's permit, valid insurance card/certificate, parent or guardian on-site, and the vehicle you will be driving regularly.
Documents for prospective students:
Click here for information if you would like to host a clinic at your location.
Please email  teen.driver@alscca.net  if you would like additional information. 

April 22, Oneonta: Spring Party & Seed Swap

Blount County Homeschool Spring Party will be Tuesday, April 22nd from 11-1 at Palisades Park in Oneonta. 

Everyone is welcome, regardless of age or cover school! ***EACH CHILD SHOULD BRING ONE SEED PACKET. The kids will be participating in a seed swap. You can bring ANY type of seeds (flowers, vegetables, etc.) You can find very inexpensive seeds at Dollar General and Wal-Mart. 

Bring a picnic lunch for your family to enjoy! We will be at one of the pavilions near the two central playgrounds. 

Sponsored by Everest Academy but all homeschoolers welcome to attend.  For more info, contact Sue Taylor at faithmyeyes@MSN.com with "party" in the subject line.  

April 22, Pinson: Earth Day Bash 2014

The forecast for tomorrow is currently 50% *scattered* thunderstorms. So...We will just let everyone use their own judgement on coming out for the Earth Day Bash at Turkey Creek. Hopefully, it will just move on through quickly or just miss TCNP altogether! 
Sherah Hilder & Briana Moore will be there at noon and see how it looks.

Our annual Earth Day Bash celebration will be at Turkey Creek Nature Preserve this year. We will spend the day cleaning up The Falls area in preparation for summer activities. We will finish our work time by checking the tree frog habitats that we installed near The Falls last year. The habitats may need to be cleaned out and maintained for the new year. 

Please bring the following: water, sunblock/bug repellent, & gloves. Closed-toe shoes recommended to work in. After our clean-up time, we have the option to stay for swiming &/or hiking a trail. Don't forget swimming/hiking gear if you plan to stay afterwards! 

All homeschoolers, regardless of enrollment, and all ages welcome! 

Date: Tuesday, April 22 
Time: 12:00pm* - about 2:00pm
             optional swimming & hiking time until 4:00pm
Location: Turkey Creek Nature Preserve                     3906 Turkey Creek Road, Pinson, Alabama 35126

*TCNP is closed to the public on Tuesdays, and the gate will be locked at 12:30pm. Please arrive before 12:30, or you will not be able to get in.

RSVP appreciated by April 21:  Sherah Hilder ~ sherahhilder@aol.com
 [Please use Earth Day in the subject line to make sure it doesn't go to SPAM]

Planbook EDU

 Planbook EDU is a great cloud-based (a.k.a online) lesson plan book.  Because Planbook EDU is hosted in the cloud, all you need is an Internet connection, your plans travel with you.  Planbook EDU is listed in the Google Apps Marketplace and is a natural fit for anyone already using Google apps for education (email, calendar, documents, etc.).  The free version of Planbook EDU has nothing to install, let’s teachers access their planbook from any internet connection, is easy to use with word processor like editing, is fully customizable, works in all major web browser and is iPad/iPhone supported (word processor editing doesn’t work on these devices).

How to integrate Planbook EDU:  I am a big fan of organizational tools, they let me organize my thoughts so that in the fire hose of ideas what is important (the learning goal) doesn’t get lost. Planbook EDU is a simple way to organize and plan units and your school year.  I love that it is cloud-based so that I can access my plans from anywhere and any time.  The basic features are robust enough to get your planning in place and the extras that can be added on make it VERY useful.
The premium version allows you to embed your planbook directly into a website.

Tips: For $25/year, you get all of the free features plus- attach files to lesson plans, assign Common Core Standards, embed your planbook on any website, share lesson plans with anyone, print from your browser, export to Microsoft Word or PDF, built-in spell check and enjoy access to unlimited planbooks each school year.  EVERY user gets a free 14 day trial of all the premium options from Planbook EDU.

Site review came from ilearntechnology.com .   

FREE Newsletter for Homeschoolers by Homeschoolers

For Immediate Release

[Shakopee, MN] The CurrClick Chronicle is hot off the presses!  This free newsletter is written for homeschoolers, by homeschoolers and is full of fun poems, entertaining stores, informative articles, great artwork and other fun tidbits!  Homeschooled students in 4th grade through high school have planned, researched and compiled this great newsletter!

Kind Regards,
Roni Bergerson-- 

CurrClick Live and CurrClick.com
Curriculum and Classes in a Click!

World Exchange Foreign Exchange Program

Hi all! We are a local homeschooling family, and I wanted to share with you a wonderful learning opportunity. I have hosted and placed exchange students in Birmingham for several years now. It has been a great experience for my own children to learn about a variety of cultures, and it is a lot of fun. You make a difference in the life of a teenager, and experience a new culture all at the same time. We are seeking families willing to open their homes to students for a semester or academic year. I would love to answer any questions you have or talk to you further about this opportunity if you are interested. We get students from all over the world, and the host family is able to select a student that best fits their circumstances. A good host family can look like a lot of things-no kids, lots of kids, teenaged kids, younger kids-we are mostly looking for families willing to take these students in and treat them like family. Thanks!

Brandy Dahlen

By opening up your heart and your home, you will be giving an exceptional young person the opportunity of a lifetime — to live with your family and experience firsthand the language, customs and culture of our country.

There is no greater opportunity for bright, inquisitive teenagers eager to expand their knowledge and their worlds. In return, your World Heritage exchange student will bring a fresh new outlook on life and a bit of his or her native country into your home.

Of course, one of the primary goals of your World Heritage foreign exchange student will be to master the English language. However, all students are at least conversant in the language before their arrival. Therefore, your exchange student will be able to communicate with you and your family in his or her charming accent. By the end of the year, your student will be speaking our language with fluency, slang and all!

As part of the fun, your family will probably be learning some of your student’s native language as well. This is no small benefit considering the growing importance of foreign languages in these exciting times of international change.

FREE Online Homechool Management Tool

Hi, my name is Joanna Herndon, homeschool mom of 4 from Wesley Chapel, Florida. My husband, Jason and I have created a homeschool management tool called Boxadoo that we would like to share with the homeschool community. Boxadoo is an online tool that allows you to create a portfolio, record grades, upload photos, videos and manage events. 

We are currently working on sign-ups for our BETA that will take place in the next few weeks. We are excited to sign up homeschool families and allow them to check out the features and hear feedback during this initial BETA testing. If this is something your homeschool community might be interested in or benefit from, please pass this information along!

You can find us at www.boxadoo.com or on Facebook at facebook.com/boxadoo. On our website, we will be collected email address for those interested in participating in our BETA. Please feel free to check out the site and email me if you have any questions!

Thanks so much,
Joanna Herndon and Boxadoo Team

Last Fridays, Oneonta: Prayer & Accountability Group

Break for June & July - Will continue in August

Everest Family Church
Prayer & Accountability Group
Worship Leader - Sue Taylor
Last Friday of the Month
1:00 p.m.

Locations: Palisades Park in Oneonta

Everest Family Church would like to invite you to a Prayer & Accountability meeting starting at 1:00 p.m.

This will be a short time of encouragement (small devotional) and accountability (for those who need encouragement) We’ll be praying, sharing and encouraging each other. Kids are welcome to play while we meet. This meeting will be especially helpful for moms who don’t have a support group. (Open to all Moms, but we will be praying and reading from the Bible.) ~This is a ministry of Everest Family Church.

Have questions? Contact Sue Taylor ~ faithmyeyes@msn.com

When? We'll meet the last Friday of each month.  Please note that this group will not be held during inclement weather.  Not sure?  Please make sure to contact Sue before heading out.  Email address above.    

June & July, Leeds: Summer Camp at The Red Barn

Summer Camp at The Red Barn

Sign Up Now!

The Red Barn is now accepting registrations for our 2014 summer camps! We've got all kinds of fun planned, and we hope we'll see both our current students and some new friends at the barn this summer.

Click the sign up now button above to complete your registration today! If you have any questions, email Katherine@TheRedBarn.org.

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  • Registration for camp must be completed no later than two weeks prior to the camp date.All students must complete and submit a health history form before they can be enrolled. This form is available on The Red Barn's website (www.theredbarn.org) under the Documents tab. You may also be asked to come to the barn for a tour and assessment before being allowed to attend.
  • A maximum of ten campers will be enrolled in each camp.
  • All campers need to wear closed toed shoes and clothes that can get dirty. All campers must bring a sack lunch.
  • All camps are inclusive and open to students with or without special needs unless otherwise noted. See the description for each camp for more information.
  • There is no riding in any of The Red Barn's summer camps (except for Pattern Perfect), but campers will work with our wonderful horses.
  • Saturday, June 14th - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Giddy Up and Go A great introduction to horses for younger children. Learn how to safely work with and take care of horses. This camp also includes an arts and crafts session with folk artist SheShe. AGES 6-10 $40
  • Monday, June 16th and Tuesday, June 17th - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. each day: The Horse Through Art This two day camp is perfect for aspiring artists. Campers will work with folk artist SheShe over two days and practice painting, sculpting, and creating horse art. AGES 9-14 $40 (includes both days)
  • Friday, June 20th - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Sibling Camp This camp is open only to siblings of current Red Barn students. Ever curious about all the things your brother or sister does when they come to the barn? This is your chance to spend a fun day at the barn and find out! $40
  • Wednesday, June 25th - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.: River Ecology Come learn more about the Little Cahaba River that runs along The Red Barn's property. We'll discuss the macro-invertebrates that live in the river, the ecology of the watershed, and we might just go fishing. AGES 9-14 $30
  • Wednesday, June 25th - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Giddy Up and Go - Special Needs This session of Giddy Up and Go is for special needs students only. Current special needs students at The Red Barn interested in attending must be riding at Level 2 or lower. Campers will learn the basics of working with and caring for horses. This camp also includes an arts and crafts session with folk artist SheShe. $40
  • Saturday, June 28th - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Giddy Up and Go A great introduction to horses for younger children. Learn how to safely work with and take care of horses. This camp also includes an arts and crafts session with folk artist SheShe. AGES 6-10 $40
  • Tuesday, July 8th - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Nicker, Snort, and Whinny Campers will learn about horse communication and behavior, including how to interpret a horse's body language and understanding the function of the herd. AGES 9-14 $30
  • Wednesday, July 9th - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Giddy Up and Go A great introduction to horses for younger children. Learn how to safely work with and take care of horses. This camp also includes an arts and crafts session with folk artist SheShe. AGES 6-10 $40
  • Friday, July 11th - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Picture Perfect Combine your interests in art and horses in this camp. Learn about how to best photograph horses and practice by taking pictures of our horses and property. This camp also includes an arts and crafts session with folk artist SheShe. Campers must bring their own digital camera. AGES 9-14 $40
  • Saturday, July 12th - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Horse Makeover Spend a day making our horses even more beautiful! You'll get to bathe a horse, learn how to braid their manes and tails, and show groom them. AGES 6-12 $30
  • Wednesday, July 16th - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Pattern Perfect This camp is open only to current Red Barn students riding at Level 4 or above. Campers will work with our riding instructors on their patterns in a clinic type format. $30
  • Saturday, July 19th - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.: River Ecology Come learn more about the Little Cahaba River that runs along The Red Barn's property. We'll discuss the macro-invertebrates that live in the river, the ecology of the watershed, and we might just go fishing. AGES 9-14 $30
  • Monday, July 21st and Tuesday, July 22nd - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. each day: The Horse Through Art This two day camp is perfect for aspiring artists. Campers will work with folk artist SheShe over two days and practice painting, sculpting, and creating horse art. AGES 6-10 $40 (includes both days)
  • Friday, July 25th - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Horse Makeover Spend a day making our horses even more beautiful! You'll get to bathe a horse, learn how to braid their manes and tails, and show groom them. AGES 6-12 $30
  • Saturday, July 26th - 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.: Model Horse Show If you've ever wanted to know what a horse show is like, this is the perfect camp! Learn how the horses are judged and about showmanship. This camp also includes an arts and crafts session with folk artist SheShe. $40
  • Wednesday, July 30th - 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.: From the Ground Up This camp is open only to current Red Barn students riding at Level 3 and up. Campers will work with horses in the round pen and learn how to do a join up. AGES 9-14 $30

Student Spotlight: Lauren Autumn Hill

Lauren Autumn Hill

Autumn attended public school until the end of her freshman year. We began our home school journey in 2012 as she began her sophomore year of high school. I was extremely nervous to take her out of the public school system but Autumn has flourished. She enjoys reading, talking on the phone, texting, spending time with her family and her few close friends, and most of all Alabama Crimson Tide football. Autumn will graduate with the class of 2014 from Everest Academy. After graduation, she plans to attend college and study pediatric physical therapy. Our two short years of home schooling have been some of the most peaceful and exciting times of our lives.

June & July, Bham: Summer Art Camp

Summer Art Camp at the Birmingham Museum of Art is the only summer experience that gives kids access to our collection of artworks from around the world. Give your child a summer of endless inspiration at the Museum! Register today!

  Little Masters: Grades K5-2
July 7-11 and July 14-18

Two camps are offered for Little Masters,All About Africa and Japanamania! 

Morning, afternoon, and all-day sessions are available for your little one! Click hereto find the time that is best for you!
  Young Artists: Grades 3-5
June 16-20 and June 23-27  

All About Africa is offered all day (9AM-3PM) both weeks!

Each week features a different curriculum.Click here to register for one or both weeks!
Summer Academy: Grades 6-12
July 21-25

Students will enhance their art practice and build their portfolio with a week of professional-level art making and instruction!

The students will take inspiration from African and Japanese cultures to create artworks about power, symbolism, and concepts of beauty. Register here!


Want to save on Art Camp? 
Save up to $50 per child on Art Camp by becoming a Bart's Kids Club member!

If you're already a Museum member, Bart's Kids Club membership is only an additional $20 per year. The benefits include discounts on camp and classes, exclusive invitations to member events, a birthday gift from Bart, and more!

Contact our Membership Officer Debbie Bartoletti at dbartoletti@artsbma.org or205.297.8088 to become a member!

Have questions? Please contact our Education Department at 205.254.2571 oreducation@artsbma.org

May Events

Everest Academy Events Listing
Come & Join In!!!!
Everest Academy always has a ton of activities being organized. Please be sure to include who & what the payment is for on the comment line of your personal checks or in the comment section when using PayPal to send money. Everest has approximately eleven activity coordinators, so please make sure to pay attention to who is organizing the field trip.

Very important note!!! If you are interested in organizing a field trip, please feel free to do so! Everest would be happy to advertise it for you. The more activities we can offer to the Alabama Homeschooling community, the better!

Please review the Everest Academy Participation Policy before attending any of our events.

We are just beginning to add events for the coming year. For an idea of what to expect, please check out our past events:
2013/2014 Events

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Florence: Shoals NERF Club

Break for the summer months!!!
2014/2015 On hiatus

Shoals NERF Club
2014/2015 Schedule TBA

All dates are at 1:30 p.m.

McFarland Park
200 James M Spain Drive
Florence, AL

We will meet at the first pavilion on the camping side.

Bring you NERF guns, "bullets" and any accessories you want to use. Make sure to label everything.

This is open to all homeschoolers.

Any questions please contact me at darlakayhicks@aol.com.

Dothan Park Day

Dothan Park Day

Date: Ongoing bi-monthly beginning Jan. 10
Jan. 24, Feb 7, Feb. 21, Mar 7, Mar 21, Apr. 4, Apr 25 (skip Good Friday) May 9, May 23

Time: 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (Bring a lunch if you want)

Who: All ages, Everest Academy and other home schoolers welcome as well. No RSVP though we'd love to know you are coming and if you have any allergies, if snacks are shared. Keep up to date at our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/441910692575476/

April 21, Video Meeting or Conference Call: Everest Academy How to Homeschool Workshop

Everest Academy
New to Homeschooling Workshop
April 21 at 12:00 p.m.

FREE - Please RSVP to Deb Spradlin at everestacademy1@gmail.com or (205) 433-9828 no later than April 18, 2014. 

What: How to Homeschool Workshop
Who: All Homeschoolers Welcome
Where: Video Meeting and/or Conference Call - Details of how to sign in will be given when you RSVP
When:  April 21, 2014 - 12:00 p.m.

Details:  This meeting will be conducted online or via conference call.  You will be given a link and a phone number to use to enter this meeting.  To use the online version, you do not have to have a web cam.  

Before Attending:
Please make sure to thoroughly read the Everest Academy Handbook and the New to Homeschooling information before attending this workshop. 

Some of the things we will cover will include:
  • Alabama State Law Regarding Homeschooling
  • Homeschooling Requirements
  • Record Keeping
  • Curriculum
  • Homeschooling Out of the Box
  • How to Grade
  • Homeschooling on a shoestring
  • How long to homeschool each day
This group will be conducted in an open "support group" forum. Deb Spradlin will lead the group. 

*Please note that all information given will be Everest Academy specific. 

RSVP to Deb Spradlin at everestacademy1@gmail.com or (205) 433-9828 no later than April 18, 2014.  

Past Dates:  
Oct. 16, 2013

May 13 (Deadline May 5), Leeds: Fun at The Red Barn Field Trip

Field Trip is FULL!!!  You can still RSVP to be added to a waiting list. 

Fun at The Red Barn
 2700 Bailey Road, Leeds, AL 35094

May 13, 2014 10am-12pm (You can bring your lunch and eat at the picnic tables afterward, if you want)

Learn more about how horses interact within their herd and how it is similar to our families, meet a couple of the horses, and do a horse related craft.


Price: Cash donation or donation from their wish list. Here is their Amazon wish list. Amazon Wish List for The Red Barn


DEADLINE May 5th!  RSVP to Nicole Junkin at 205-902-0488 or victoriousgrace1118@gmail.com .

1st & 3rd Thursdays: Pell City Park Days

Lakeside Park Pell City Park Day

We'll meet twice a month on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at Lakeside Park for some park day fun at this beautiful park in Pell City.

• Time: 1:00-3:00pm
Location: Lakeside Park
2801 Stemley Bridge Rd,
Cropwell Alabama

September 19th
October 3rd
October 17th
November 7th
November 21st
March 6th
March 20th
April 3rd
April 17th
May 1st
May 15th

The park offers a playground area, access to the lake, a walking track, shaded areas for relaxing, and plenty of space for parking!

Please contact Amy Carrier ~ amyboyd@windstream.net if you have any questions

April 2014 iServe Project: Earth Day Clean Up Day

iServe Homeschool Service Club is for homeschoolers in the Greater Birmingham and surrounding areas who are interested in cultivating a desire to volunteer and serve in their community.

We plan hands-on service opportunities for our homeschool students, which vary by locations, dates, times, etc., according to the service opportunity coordinated, but all events will be in the Greater Birmingham area or surrounding communities in Jefferson, Shelby, St Clair, and Blount counties. We strive to coordinate opportunities for all ages, 0-99, but occasionally there will be restrictions for the venue or type of volunteering needed. 

Our April project will be a clean-up day at The Falls area of Turkey Creek Nature Preserve.  

Please click on this link, iServe Club, for more details about join iServe.