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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.

Jan. 2018 Cullman Agriplex Programs

All programs at the North Alabama Agriplex, 1714 Talley Ho St, Cullman. Register at www.agriplex.org.

Saturday, January 6, Farm Kid's Club: Houseplant Garden, 9:00-10:30 am: Kids will learn the basics of plant propagation by making a gallon greenhouse filled with plants to take home. $5 per child, $10 max. Pre-registration required at www.agriplex.org. Sponsored by ALFA.

Tuesday, January 9, 6:00pm, Seed Swap and Selection with Arnold Caylor: Find out what varieties of seeds grow best here, swap favorite seeds, get seed catalogs, and make a garden calendar. Pre-registration required at www.agriplex.org Sponsored by Merchants Bank.

Youth Quilting Class, Led by Sassy Sewing Sisters Quilting Group. Ages 7 and up; $10 covers all four classes; Mondays, January 8, 15, 22, 29 at 3:30-5:00pm.

January 12, 10:00am, Little Farmers - Bok Bok Chicken Time,Little Farmers will get up close and personal with poultry. We will have live chickens, discuss the life cycle of the chicken, make chicken crafts and taste an egg! Sponsored by First South Farm Credit

January 18th, 6:00pm; Backyard Dairy Cow, Heritage Skills, Learn from local backyard dairy farmers Devon and Corrinna Erret on how to raise and care for a dairy cow. Sponsored by Alabama Bicentennial Community Grant and the Cullman Farm City