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Ted Wright -- last update 6/23/2005 (MiscJune23..html)
Copyright 2005 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
June 23, 2005
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In City Park July 3rd
Community Church Construction
City Hall Construction
Sign-ups (All Ages)
9 - 16- 23 9am-noon
(at American Bank of Oklahoma) New players bring birth certificate.
Call Cheryl McColley 638-5489 for more information. Soccer games will
be on Saturdays from Sept. 10 - Nov. 12. (Previous
the July 4th Weekend the City of Collinsville is sponsoring a big fireworks
display beginning at dark on Sunday, July 3rd.
The City is also holding a free swim for
Collinsville residents at the City Pool on Sunday, July 3 from 1 PM
to 7 PM.
Park goers are
encouraged to come early to choose their viewing location, bring a
picnic lunch and plan on a swim for free. A full complement of City
Pool Staff will be on hand as well as Fire Department Personnel to
direct traffic and assist with the fireworks.
The City Pool
will be closed on Monday, July 4th.
|The steel frame for
the new Community Church is taking shape quickly this week. (Previous
|Not Much Left
-- With the downtown Collinsville Lumber Yard's going out of business
sale at 80% off today (and 90% tomorrow) ... the shelfs will likely be
bare by the end of the week.
|The front face of
Collinsville's City Hall building keeps getting closer to the look we
were familiar with from 1913-2001. The final layer of brick and the windows
are yet to come (above). The photo below shows the beginning of the flooring
for the second story in the middle portion of City Hall.
|The (newer) very
back portion of City Hall, which suffered less damage than the front in
the 2001 fire, is now at the sheet rock stage.