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Ted Wright -- last update 5/23/2005 (MiscMay23.html)
Copyright 2005 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
May 23, 2005
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Hall Roof Trusses
Just a few of the other stories (or updates) planned/in progress:
* City Hall I-beam swap out
* Library events & press release
* prep for Old Timers Reunion
* creating 2005 Graduate CD (a snapshot of the entire cvilleok.com web site
with the finished graduate pages. -- Ted 5/24 11:20pm
6th Grade Awards
Presented May 20th at the Middle School
were 7th and 8th grade awards also but no one supplied info to cvilleok.com)
|Mrs. Rowden giving
out Academic Bowl awards (above):
Left to right: Zach Stankavitch, Landon Whaley, Paisley Eberly, Casey
Collins, Luke Catlett, and Jenna Logsdon.
|Mrs. Brumley giving
out awards to all the people that got a 1 rating at all-district chorus
contest (L-R): Kimberly O'Bannion, Hannah Mayes, Austin Davis, Luke Catlett,
Natasha Sloakum, and Sarah Holford.
|Mrs. Prickett giving
out reading achievement awards (L-R): Paisley Eberly, Landon Whaley, Josh
Butchfink, Luke Catlett, Kelli Boyde, Sarah Holford, Haneen Kadora, Tyler
Lowe, Grant Richards, and Jenna Logsdon.
5 & 7pm
At the Collinsville Roundup Club Grounds (1/4 mile north of 156th St.
N. on old Hwy 169)
|New gravel and removal
of extra track was apparent today on the SK&O rail line at Main St.
In Collinsville. Several other cleanups mandated by the Corporation Commission
still remain to be done. (Previous
the interior steel frame nearing completion in the front portion of the
City Hall reconstruction, the first roof trusses were being installed
Monday afternoon (May 23, 2005).
|According to Keith
Franklin (of LandPlan), the official word on ODOT TEA-21 grants for this
year will not be known before June 6th.
combined Owasso-Collinsville "Relay For Life" held Friday May
20-21 at the Owasso High School track raised over $78,000 for cancer research.
|Pastor Danny Stanley
of Trinity Faith Church just returned from his 8th missions trip to Independencia
Mexico, Tijuana, Mexicali, La Puerta, Ojos Negros, Valle' de Trinidad
and La Ventena. Trinity Faith Church is now working on two churches, a
nursing home and a roof replacement for one lady's home. On one of the
churches they are building a block wall around property to help hold back
night time theft in the church. 61 people were saved on the trip.