organization is the manager of multi-disciplinary fine arts after-school program, housed in the National Registered Historic Gov. Tomas E. Kilby House, through the approval of the Anniston City Board of Education. The Kilby House complete restoration costs are $1,244,025, based on the preservation/re-use schematic cost estimate requirements done by David Christian, Christian & Associates Architects. The fine arts after-school program allows students in the Anniston and the Calhoun County area the opportunity to participate in multidisciplinary arts programs at the Kilby House. This will be a dignified place for higher achievement through the arts, education and public tourism that preserves the legacy of a historic Governor who played a major role in advancements of Alabama.