Rodgers Signing /
Broadway Extension /
CEF At Home Representative Club
Trey Rodgers Signs With Emporia State
|Trey Rodgers signed a letter of intent to play football for the Emporia State University Hornets at Emporia, Kansas. Trey was joined at the signing today by his parents Dean & Jackie Rodgers (seated) and CHS Coaches Lance West and Kurt Boomer (standing). Trey was recruited as an offensive lineman.|
Previous Coverage: 2008 All-District Football
Home Representative Club
|Bill Thomas, President of the C'ville Education Foundation, displaying a Youth Education Award they received from the Chamber of Commerce for last year's contributions.|
of the Collinsville Home Representative Club gathered Feb. 3, 2009 at the Community
Church, making plans for a pink hat brunch in the Fall, and finalizing the volunteer
schedule for hostessing this year's Designer Showcase home. The southern colonial
house, with twin spiral staircases is located at 5686 S Evanston in Tulsa, and
will be open to the public April 17 through May 10.|
It was also announced that Collinsville Sophomore Heather Warnock is the recipient of the 2009 HOBY scholarship, and she will be attending the 3-day seminar later in the Spring.
Bill Thomas, President of the Collinsville Education Foundation, presented a program that stated the organization's mission statement and explained how the foundation obtains and distributes funds to local schools. Their goal is to promote academic excellence with teachers and students by involving support of the entire community and providing money grants.
Members in attendance included Jeanie Barnes, Rusti Howard, Helen Murphy, Joyce Baker, Laura Maul, Barbara Colpitt, Linda Vickers, Carolyn Brinkley, Margaret Waldorf, Pat Anderson, Susan Pratt, Kitty Thomas, Alberta Bonebrake, EvaJo Sheehan, Bobbie Loveless, Linda Pfeffer, and Susan Babbitt.
|Submitted by Linda Pfeffer 2/3/2009|
|Work by Tulsa County workers to extend Broadway to the Old Highway 169 roadway that T's into Main just west of Highway 169 is in progress. The work so far has been on improving the previous roadway (past the bank) but has not yet cut the entrance to Kent's Custom Cars & Trucks. The photo above is facing east and the bottom photo is facing west.|