Kindergarten through 8th Grade Christian Education


 Cherokee Council House Project



Check here for the progress of the new Cherokee Council House


  Looks like gopher holes, but is actually holes for the main poles.   Here is an eager crew preparing the concrete for the main poles.      
    Here are the main poles placed into position and set in the concrete. It's starting to take shape now.        

Here is the finished product. The sign is mounted on a piece of stone
and is located in the picture on the right.



These three pictures were taken at the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony. In addition to the teachers, church Pastor, Mayor of the city,
we were also blessed to have Ed Garner, a real Cherokee Indian.