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Ward-Wiseman Animal Haven
Garage Sale April 30-May 2
Benefits American Legion Roof Also
American Legion Building 9th and Main Collinsville, Oklahoma|
Ward-Wiseman Animal Haven will be holding its Second Annual Giant Garage Sale
Thursday April 30 Sneak Peak 5:00-8:00pm $5.00
Friday, May 1 7:00-7:00 Garage Sale no fee
Saturday, May 2, 7:00-4:00 Garage Sale no fee
If you have items for the sale bring them to the American Legion Building at 9th and Main in Collinsville April 28, 29 or 30. We will have someone at the building to accept your items from 7:00am to 7:00pm on Tuesday and Wednesday and until 3:00pm on Thursday.
The year the profits from the garage sale will benefit Ward-Wiseman Animal Haven and the American Legion of Collinsville. Half of the proceeds will go toward a new roof for The American Legion. The Masonic Lodge, #165 will match the half going for the new roof for our Veterans.
If you are interested in helping with the sale just let us know at 371-1009. We will need all hand on deck for this big project.
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INCOG Transportation Spring Update
2009 Transportation Update, which includes news on INCOGs latest transportation
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Boy Scout Troop 44 Water Bladder
Just wanted to find out how I can go about sharing some good news with the community.
My son, Timmy Caputo, now belongs to Boy Scout Troop 44 there in Collinsville, and they recently had a wonderful donation made to their troop. A company from Dewey, OK made a generous donation of a 50 gal. capacity water bladder for the boys to use on their monthly campouts. Until now, the boys had to take four or five 5 gallons containers on their campouts, and when the water ran out, they had to find a location to go get them refilled. But with this water bladder donation, they wont have to worry about running out of water again! The boys were very excited about getting this donation, and we wanted to be sure to give credit and many thanks to Jay Claeys and the people at Husky Portable Containment up in Dewey!
I have attached a few photos to share with the community. The first photo is a picture of Timmy and Jacob Murphy receiving the water bladder from Jay Claeys at their company in Dewey. And the second photo is of Troop 44 sharing the donation with their family at a recent Court of Awards Ceremony. Thank you so much.
Erica Caputo (4/18/2009)