Click here for information for Lowe's Build-and-Grow Clinics
     
  Click here for information for Girl Scouts
     
  Click here for information for Boy Scouts (Old Hickory Council)
     
 
  Planning a field trip you'd like to open up to the group? Just have a field trip idea? Contact Field Trip Coordinator Vicki Randolph
     
  Click here for information for 4H
     
     
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  Link to the North Carolinians for Home Education
     
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  Click here for information on Generation Excellent
     
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The Waldensian Trail of Faith is a non-profit attraction which features 15 full-sized replicas of buildings and monuments still standing in the valleys of Northern Italy and in Valdese. To walk the Trail is to be inspired and encouraged by a story of faith which transcends time. Visitors experience reminders of times in the 2000-year history of the Waldenses when God came to their rescue in truly miraculous ways. The Trail is an amazing story of complete devotion to religious freedom. The history of the Waldenses dates back to when the Apostles traversed their valleys in Northern Italy. During the Dark Ages, the Waldenses suffered martyrdom and persecution for their simple desire to congregate freely and discuss the works contained within the Bible openly. As early Reformists, there were 35 major invasions into their homeland over 200 years to annihilate the Waldensian people. After finally gaining religious freedom in the mid-late 1800s, a group migrated to what they would later name “Valdese” in 1893.
The Trail is a popular place for students, historical buffs, church groups and senior citizens.

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High Country Cotillion
Weekend Session will meet September through March,. Weekend Session is open to both returning and new students from 5th through 12th grades. See monthly themes, schedule and Club Cotillion information at www.highcountrycotillion.com  
For more information contact Sharon Carlton atsacarlton@skybest.com
     
 
HHNC · Homeschooling In The Hills of NC
HHNC is an e-mail loop for ALL homeschoolers in the foothills region of North Carolina including the following counties:
Ashe, Alleghany, Watauga, Wilkes, Caldwell, Burke, Alexander, Iredell, and Catawba.

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