For June 26, 2012
Republican Primary (Tulsa County Election Board)
|Most Collinsville ballots will look like the one above. If you live far enough west, add the Legislative (District 36) list below to the ballot above (including former Collinsville Mayor Stan Sallee).|
|District 11 State Representative Earl Sears announced at the June Chamber meeting that he was unopposed and would be serving for another two years.|
Don't Forget -- Girls Basketball Summer Activities: 4-9th grade individual skills camp will be held June 20-22 (W-F).
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|2012 COLLINSVILLE SPEED CAMP|
|WHEN: June 28, 6:00pm
WHERE: Collinsville High School Track
WHY: To make your athlete faster, quicker, more efficient, stronger, and more confident in their athletic ability.
WHO IS IT FOR: Any athlete whose sport requires them to run, jump, or throw. Ages 10-18.
WHAT DOES IT COST: Your athletes effort and focus. For attending the free camp we ask for your donations to the Hannahs Helping Hands organization. Hannahs Helping Hands is a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to families with children battling cancer. Donations will be accepted during the camp on June 28.
WHO WILL THIS BENEFIT: Along with your athlete bettering themselves, we can better the lives of those that truly need our help.
HOW DO I SIGN UP MY ATHLETE: Forms can be found online at cvilleok.com or at Collinsville High School. Fill out and return registration form to Collinsville High School attendance office or mail to Collinsville High School, 2400 W Broadway Collinsville, Ok 74021, Attn: Sean Tesar. Hours are Monday through Thursday 7:30 3:30pm. Forms can also be turned into football field house Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday 7:00am 9:30am.
WHO CAN I CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION: Sean Tesar, firstname.lastname@example.org, 918-520-2630.
*This camp is not sport specific and will increase any athletes ability to: run faster and more efficiently, make quicker cuts and turns, absorb forces put on the body during competition, make joints more mobile, increase muscular endurance, and correct the old thought that you cant teach speed. YES YOU CAN TEACH SPEED, AND WE DO!
Collinsville(s) Competed At Miss Oklahoma
& Will Be Here Saturday At Library
|L-R: Corbi Wells Goddard (Miss Collinsville Pageant Director), Oklahoma Star, Chelsea Goddard (Tawnie's "Oklahoma Star" and Corbi's daughter), Tawnie Goodwin (Miss Collinsville 2012), Summer Stolz (Outstanding Miss Collinsville Teen) at the Miss Oklahoma Pageant last week. -- Submitted Photo|
Report From Corbi Wells Goddard (6/11/2012):
Tawnie Goodwin competed
in 4 areas of competition this past week. First was the private interview,
which is 10 minutes and there are 5 judges who ask questions that range
from their personal platform, political and social issues, and questions
from their resume. (Tawnie's was Child Nutrition). The judges all had
Oklahoma ties.There were 2 former Miss Oklahoma's on the judges panel,
one being former Miss Oklahoma 1980/Miss America 1981, Susan Powell
and Miss Oklahoma 1991 Gina-Lynne Smith. Former OSU basketball star,
Desmond Mason was also a judge, along with Tony Award winner Stephen
Dalhem, Miss Mississippi Pageant Executive Director, Professional Dancer
Don Odom, and Top 30 under 30/Top 40 under 40, Jay Doyle.