Collinsville, Oklahoma
April 17, 2009
Miscellaneous News

Chester Updates /
CDI Paint Donation /
Local Health Issues

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Darenda Chester provided these updates for Dalania (CHS 2004) and David Jr. (CHS 2007). -- (4/16/2009)
Health Issues Identified

The feedback is finally in, and the strategic health issues for each region of Tulsa County have been identified!
Please go to and take some time to look at the blog for your zip code. Please comment on whether or not you agree with the health issues the community has come up with over the past 9 months. Feel free to share the blog and website with others in your professional and personal e-mail distribution lists!

Thank you,

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Paint Donated
Donnie Smithe, Assistant Manager of Sherwin-Williams Co, and Cheri Buschmann, Program Director of Collinsville Downtown, Inc.
From: Cheri Buschmann
Date: March 15, 2009
Re: Immediate Release

Recently, Sherwin-Williams Co. supported a Collinsville Main Street building renovation project by donated paint for the interior of a historic building located just east of Collinsville City Hall. The building, built back in the 1920’s was once a grocery store and meat storage facility. Through generous donations from community members and help from local businesses like Sherwin Williams, this building will reopen this spring and be the new home of Collinsville Downtown, Inc.
Ted Note: I don't have the exact date the building was completed but am pretty sure it was already there when the City Hall building was under construction in 1913.