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Collinsville Band Boosters
Collinsville Band Boosters organization is opening it's membership to any
persons interested in becoming corporate sponsors. You will receive our
newsletter to keep you informed of all of our membership meetings and if
you meet certain criteria, you can be a voting member.
addition, you would receive a card good for two (2) burger baskets at all
of the home CHS varsity football games.
have set the price of this membership at $100.00
Fill out the form below and return to:
E. 170th St. N.
Collinsville, OK 74021
(or call 918-698-1427)
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Crimson Cadet Band
Preps For 2007 Marching Season
Band Wraps Up With 105 Degree Practice Then Burgers & Slip'N'Slide
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Summer band ended
Tuesday night after two sweltering evening practices this week. Summer
practices for the full band began July
30th with morning and early afternoon sessions. Director Ron Lewis
equated the 6 hours per day in the past 2 weeks to at least 6 weeks
of progress if school had been in session. As a reward for their efforts
learning the 2007 marching program (so far) the band was treated to
burgers, hotdogs and some slip'n'slide fun to mark the end of summer
band. The band will start at normal school time Thursday for the first
day of school and then start 7am practices Friday which will continue
until marching season ends sometime in November.
The CCC Band Boosters
held their monthly meeting at Sallee Field Tuesday while their kids
practiced. The boosters continue their efforts to supplement funds for
the many activities of the band including equipment and travel needs.
They staff the concession stand at football games (at all age levels)
as one of their major fund raisers each year.
A few new fund raisers
are being tried this year.
* Up to $300 can be raised each month if everyone would bring their
Collinsville Mazzio receipts to the band room to be collected. That
full donation would require $3000 of pre-tax receipts each month.
* $3 per used printer cartridge donated to the band (again send to the
* Tickets for a fancy yard light will soon go on sale (check back for
In addition their
normal morning practices the band will also have Tuesday evening practices
at the field. The band has grown to about 65 members this year (about
50 marched last season). There are about 25 first time members who have
just learned the basic of marching band. Anyone interested in supporting
the high school band is invited to join the boosters or simply donate
to the organization.
Booster president Sharon Kirwin conducted the booster's meeting while the band
practived at the orth end of Sallee Field August. 14th.