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Library Closing For Week In Oct.
are changing to a new and improved way of labeling our materials...please let
our public know that we will close at the end of the business day on October 11th
and reopen at 10:00am on October 18.
Collinsville Library will close for improvements at 5 p.m. on Sat., October 11th.
It will reopen on Saturday, October 18th.
shelf items: The pick up date will be extended by one week. TCCL appreciates your
"Car Wash for Christ"
are having a totally free, no donations accepted "Car Wash for Christ"
this Saturday, Sept 27th at 9am-noon at the Baptist Tabernacle (corner of HWY
169 and 136th N)|
We just want to say "We care about you in the name of Jesus" to the community. Everyone and all vehicles invited!
by the Baptist Tabernacle Worms
|This Collinsville Baptist Church Building was built in 1908. The current Baptist auditorium at the same location was dedicated in 1972.|
First Baptist Church will be celebrating their 100 year anniversary on Nov 2,
2008. We are trying to locate as many of former members of the church to celebrate
with us! We are asking anyone interested in celebrating the day with us to call
the church office, 371-2526 or they call email, Melanie Garrett at email@example.com.|
Melanie Garrett (9/24/2008)
|I'm assuming the 100 year anniversary is actually the completion of the 1908 building shown above as the Collinsville Baptist were active well before the historic building at 13th & Main was completed. I don't know the exact year they started, but this 1904 story was the oldest in my computer files. -- Ted Wright|
|This kitten was discovered in the Newspaper Museum last week by my "watch dog" Georgia which had it scrambling for the highest spot it could reach. I put Georgia in her cage and apparently the late night visitor eventually left to visit elsewhere. I don't know if it was attracted by the retired Cardinal mascots that resides at the museum. -- Ted|
are welcome to visit the Newspaper
Museum In Collinsville by appointment or stop by if you see the door open
at 1110 W. Main in the new & improved historic downtown Collinsville. -- Ted
(email firstname.lastname@example.org or calll 371-1901)
As early as 1903 there were Baptists meeting and holding services in Collinsville, which was still Indian Territory. Early pastors were:
FBC celebrates our centennial in 2008 as the church was incorporated by the State Corporation Commission in 1908. That was also the year the church in the picture was built.
Thank you for including our Centennial in your news.
Linda McFarland, Secretary (9/26/2008)