Collinsville, Oklahoma
June 9, 2007 (Page 4 Winners)
Friends Of The Library & Animal Shelter Winners
Hogs 'N' Hot Rods Events Brings Cars, Bikes & Thousands Of People To Historic Downtown Collinsville
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Hogs 'N' Hot Rods Additional Photos
Friends of the Collinsville Library The Poker Run winner was Robert Grube with a King-high straight
Friends of Collinsville Animal Shelter
Friends of Collinsville Animal Shelter 2007
Hogs and Hot Rods Photo Contest Winners:
Five Categories

Best Dressed
1st Place: "Bear" Bill Owens
2nd Place: "School Bus" Rebecca Howard

Funniest/ Most Humorous
1st Place: "Cookie" Billie Lincoln
2nd Place: "Izzi" Shelbi Barger

Best Person/Pet Combination
1st Place: "School Bus" and Brinkley
2nd Place: "Boston Maxwell" Stephani Barger

Most Character
1st Place: "Duke" Carla Farwell
2nd Place: "Doggie Cat" Cheryl Jones

Most Unusual
1st Place: "Missy and Bacon" Beth Ann Langston
2nd Place: "Enzyme and Georgette" Anne Sheaff
3rd Place: "Blue" Amber Ishmael

We had 24 entries in our first contest. Thank you!
You may pick up your picture at the Collinsville Library
Friday from noon to 5:00 or any time after Friday.
Cash Prizes 1st Place: $10.00, 2nd Place $5.00, 3rd Place $3.00
Many thanks to each of your for your participation.
Marjorie and George Sheaff receive their Second Place Ribbon in Most Unusual Category in the Friends of the Collinsville Animal Shelter photo contest. You can see Georgette, the attack chicken, and Enzyme, the black lab, in the backgroud coexisting on the porch.

Thank you for all the great entries in the contest. -- Dr. Susan Babbitt
Ina Gibson, Teen Librarian, dresses Sir Read-A-Lot for each season and event at The Collinsville Library. During Hogs and Hot Rods Ina and Sir Ral had a teen summer reading sign up on the front lawn of the Library...Sir Read-A-lot is dressed for his Route 66 vacation. To date 157 teens are participating in the Teen Summer Reading Program. Each will have a chance for great prizes drawn in August and a weekly opportunity to win a $5 gift certificate from Quick Trip. The best perk
of all is....we waive your fines so you have a clean record. To be qualified as a teen you need to have completed 6th grade. The summer reading program for teens and children will continue through August 11. -- Dr. Susan Babbitt