Collinsville, Oklahoma
April 5, 2011
HRC Senior Tea
Shelley Cook Campbell
Was Quest Speaker
Event Hosted By Generations Of
Home Representatives Club Members
For CHS Senior Girls

Previous Coverage:
2010 2009 2008

This web site is brought to you by the Newspaper Museum In Collinsville and the other advertisers appearing on these pages. If you would like to provide news content or advertisements ... call Ted Wright (918) 371-1901 or
send email to
1110 W. Main, Collinsville, OK 74021

Frequently Asked Questions
(email questions/comments to
Ted Wright -- last update 4/6/2011 (SeniorTea2011.html)

Copyright 2011 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma

This page sponsored in part by:

Hannah's Helping Hands, Inc. — Our Mission
We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization providing financial assistance to families with children battling cancer. Many families need help with the most basic needs for their families during this fight for their child’s life. Some must leave work for months and even years to care for their sick child and the financial loss can be devastating. Our goal is to help as many families being treated locally as possible. We help with basic needs such as gas & food cards, groceries, wigs, utility payments, prescriptions, medical co-payments, rent/housing as well as other expenses. Our referrals come from doctors, nurses and staff at a local children’s hospital in Tulsa as well as our local communities.

These 2011 CHS Senior Ladies attended the Senior Tea hosted by the Collinsville Home Representatives Club at the Faith Fellowship Church Tuesday Aprl. 5th. Let me add a personal thanks to HRC for keeping the event in town this year and to Pastor Limbocker for the great accomodations. This was by far the simplest and best lit settings yet for the ever-growing group photo since I attended my first "Tea" in 2004. I could list these seniors' names here but will instead spend the effort on getting their individual photo pages ready to go online (only on cvilleok.ok) on May 1st. -- Ted Wright
Shelby Elmore took her turn as each senior girl introduced their quest and gave their after CHS graduation plans.
Shelly Cook-Campbell (a CHS 1988 graduate) told a story of her transition from doing PR work at the Tulsa Zoo to now working for the Tulsa County Library System.
This subset of the lades have attended Collinsville Schools together since kindergarten.
HRC Senior Tea Report

(L-R) Jeanie Barnes, Anita Mitchell, Krista Nall, Laura Colpitt-Maul, Barbara Colpitt, Margaret Waldorf, Pat Lewis, Linda Vickers....some of the Home Rep Club members, awaiting the arrival of their guests.
Hosted by the Home Representative Club, the Tea for graduating Collinsville Senior girls and their guests was held at Faith Fellowship Church, April 5, 2011. Decorated in an Oriental theme, the room was colorful with paper parasols, Japanese fans and lanterns, and girls in gaily flowered dresses. Speaker for the event was Collinsville's own Shelly Cook-Campbell - who reminded the Seniors that life will have unexpected twists and turns, and they should embrace the future and its possibilities. Tea sandwiches and amazing cookies were catered by Pam Webb of Three Sisters Kitchen.

Submitted by Linda Pfeffer (4/10/2011)