Collinsville, Oklahoma
May 8, 2011
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Wilson Kids: Effort

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Character Trait of Effort

Wilson students are continuing to learn about showing good effort. 1st and 2nd graders were chosen who show good effort in their daily activities.

- Submitted by Lee Ann Due 5/2/2011

1st grade 4-29-2011
(l-r) Nate Wilkins, Isaac Perkins, Cori Brown, Elijah Cobb, Brandon Morgan, and Daytona Hancock
2nd grade 4-29-2011
Back row (l-r): Skyler Croslin, Ady Perez, Riley Cotton, Carmen Luevano, Trevor Chisum, and Joey Rigby
Front row (l-r): Evan Goforth, Jack Buckingham, Bryson Talbott, Cross Bell, and David Dowdy
Home Representative Club
Collinsville's Home Representative Club met May 3 for the final meeting of the year, with Alberta Bonebrake and Marsha Nachtigall as hostesses. Officers for the upcoming year were installed; ivy plants were awarded to 6 members for perfect attendance; and a delicious salad supper was enjoyed by all. A special prayer honored long-time member Helen Murphy.

-- Submitted by Linda Pfeffer (5/6/2011)
Home Rep Club members and friends, hostessing the opening day of Designer Showcase at the Campbell Hotel, Tulsa.
Home Rep members with perfect attendance 2010-2011: seated - Bobbie Loveless; L-R: Margaret Waldorf, Linda Pfeffer, Kitty Thomas, Alberta Bonebrake, Jeanie Barnes.

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