Collinsville, Oklahoma
April 5, 2010
HRC/CHS Senior Tea

Annual Event For CHS Senior Girls
Hosted by Home Representative Club

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The annual Home Representative Club event was originally held in members homes but as CHS class sizes grew migrated to Collinsville Churches and then eventually to the Bailey Educational Center in Owasso.
Molly Grubb was the guest speaker for the 2010 Tea. She graduated from a Tulsa High School but said her mother still has vivid memories of attending her Senior Tea in Collinsville.
A few of the Home Representative Club members.
Each CHS senior girl had the opportunity to introduce their guest and announce their future plans.
These CHS 2010 seniors have attended Collinsville Schools together since kindergarten.
There will be many more photos from the Senior Tea on the individual graduate pages that go online May 1, 2010.
HRC Sr. Tea Report
More than 60 graduating Senior girls and their guests gathered April 5, 2010 at the Bailey Educational Foundation Auditorium for the annual Senior Tea, sponsored by the Collinsville G.F.W.C. Home Representative Club.

Tables were decorated with black linens, silver teapots, and sprays of red roses. Delicious tea sandwiches, fruit kabobs, and cookies were catered by Pam Webb's "Three Sisters Kitchen."

Speaker for the event was Mollie Grubb of Tulsa. With roots deep in Collinsville, she graduated from Oral Roberts University in 2006. Affiliated with Light Opera Oklahoma, Miss Grubb is in the Public Relations and Communications industry, and is a publicist at Kagan PR in Tulsa. Her speech encouraged the Senior girls to reach outside the box, and explore unexpected horizons.

Each Senior announced her plans for the immediate future, and received a glass Cardinal fob for her cell phone or purse, as a remembrance of this special day.

Submitted by Linda Pfeffer 4/7/2010