“Vivian’s Vintage”

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Have you heard?  Did you know? The Friends of Adams School has a booth inside Antique Treasures and More. 

Come on in and see our ever changing inventory and display of vintage, estate sale quality items.  Best of all…proceeds from Vivian’s Vintage go directly to our scholarship/tuition aid fund.  This funding awards scholarship/tuition aid grants to graduates aging-out of our school age program. Your Vivian’s Vintage purchases are helping us build the funding that enables  special needs individuals in our community to continue to receive the services they deserve.

Have items you would like to donate?  Your donations to VBAS, a 501(c)3 non-profit are tax deductible.  Contact VBAS 334-774-5132 for more information.

Antique Treasures and More is located on 231 north of Ozark…Hours of operation Monday-Saturday 10:00am until 6:00pm and Sunday afternoons 1:00pm until 6:00pm.

VBAS….A Part of National School Choice Week

With the help of the Carroll High School Cheerleaders and local officials including Ozark Mayor Blackwell and Ozark Police Chief Walker, Adams School celebrated National School Choice Week.


The goal of National School Choice Week (NSCW) is to raise public awareness of all types of education options for children. To meet this goal, NSCW encourages schools, organizations, and individuals to hold positive events that celebrate school choice options, while drawing attention to the need for even greater opportunities for children.

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Started in 2011, NSCW has grown into the world’s largest celebration of opportunity in education.

 16,140 total events across all 50 states

• 13,224 schools of all types are holding events

 808 homeschool groups are holding events

• 1,012 chambers of commerce are holding events

• 27 governors have issued proclamations recognizing School Choice Week in their states

• More than 200 mayors and county leaders have issued School Choice Week proclamations

• There were rallies and special events at 20 state capitol buildings



Our First Harvest

One year ago…the “seeds” were planted to begin the process of adding a tunnel house to the VBAS campus.  Through the untiring efforts of Mr. James Currington, Executive Director of Wiregrass RC&D Council, we had our first harvest yesterday !!!

From This…In May,2015

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To our first planting in November, 2015…

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And our first harvest, January, 2016 !!!

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Curly Kale…before the harvest

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