|"People Powered Movement" Here?|
Based on the tiny turnout Tuesday March 25th, I could conclude that Collinsville residents think biking and walking is a very low priority here. I'd like to think otherwise. -- Ted
link above covers some of the same material discussed here Monday by
INCOG's Viplav Putta. There was also a "walking meeting" around
two blocks of Collinsville from City Hall ... circling the Post Office
and Library ... where numerous improvements for pedistrians that could
be made were noted. If you have opinions or questions on pedistrian
and bike travel in Collinsville (or this region) please let Mr. Putta
know (firstname.lastname@example.org) or contact Collinsville City Manager Pam Polk.
There is no guarantee any improvements will be made but if you don't
participate in this early planning process the chances for improvements
here decrease. -- Ted Wright
"People Powered Movement"
Join the GO Plan team as we visit Collinsville on March 25th for a "Walkshop", or walking workshop!
Learn about regional bicycle and pedestrian planning, participate in interactive web exercises and walk your community to see what updates have been made or what improvements are still needed.
|Thank You From The Academic Team|
|The High School Academic
Team would like to give a HUGE shout-out to the community businesses and
organizations that have made donations for our trip to the National Quiz
We have received donations from Collinsville Family Pharmacy, RCB Bank, Schultheiss Insurance, and the members of VFW Post 3077! Thank you so much for helping our students live up to their potential!
We are still short of our fundraising goal and need to have our funding in place by April 30 for our trip in May, so it is not too late to make a donation.
The community support shown to our school and students makes it great to be a Cardinal!
Betty L. Gowler
|CHS Baseball Held Ponca City Hitless|
Zach Guest on the mound here March 24th
| Collinsville beat
Ponca City 2-1 here Monday. Zac Guest & A.J Austin threw a combined
No Hitter. Conner Crutchfield hit a 2 RBI double in the bottom of the
3rd to put Collinsville on top to stay.
-- Snook Bayouth 3/25/2014
|CHS Tennis At Pryor|
Collinsville tennis boys had an impressive showing at the
Pryor tournament Thursday. Our singles players dominated. William Reynolds
placed 1st and Nick Stavros placed 2nd... Both doubles teams fought hard.
Jeremy Arnold and Zac Pasco placed 4th.
-- Go Cards, Coach Robert Sparks (3/28/2014)
Girls tennis went to Pryor yesterday for our first
tournament. They did outstanding.
#1 Singles : Sonia Rivera was the consolation champion.
#1 Doubles: Taylor Townsend and Cori Ingram placed 3rd.
#2 Singles: Ravyn Murphy didn't place, however, this was her very first tournament. She had some very close matches and played great.
#2 Doubles: Laishen Her and Nicole Clymer placed 3rd.
-- Coach Michelle Sparks (3/26/2014)