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CIA Hats Raised Cancer $'s
Home Representative Club Meet
|L-R: Kitty Thomas, Anita Mitchell, EvaJo Sheehan, Margaret Waldorf and Helen Murphy - preparing to view a film presentation at HRC meet.|
members of the Collinsville Home Representative Club gathered Nov. 4, 2008 at
the home of Alberta Bonebrake for an evening meeting, co-hosted by Krista Nall.
The Arts presentation was in the form of two humorous photographs, depicting "matrons
in peril." The pictures were a combination of snapshots taken by Bobby Bonebrake
superimposed over painted backgrounds that had been done by Alberta.|
Members voted to support Heifer International again this year, and will donate money to the cause in lieu of exchange Christmas gifts. In 2007, donated HRC funds purchased several animals that were given to international families for food and domestic services.
Marsha Nachtigall presented a program on shingles - a skin disease that can lie dormant for several years after chicken pox has been contracted. The film presentation explained the symptoms and treatments.
Additional members in attendance included Margaret Waldorf, Helen Murphy, Susan Pratt, Kitty Thomas, EvaJo Sheehan, Anita Mitchell, Jill Oliver, Rusti Howard, Jeanie Barnes, Linda Pfeffer, Carolyn Brinkley, Joyce Baker, and Bobbie Loveless.
by Linda Pfeffer (11/7/2008)
CIA Hat Fundraiser
L-R: Ellen Strope, Amanda Davis & Kayla Bethel
The Cardinals In Action (CIA) raised $102 dollars for Children with Cancer last Friday with their sponsorship of a Hats On Day at CHS. Thanks to all CHS students for caring. GO CARDS!
Cory A. Slagle (11/101/2008)
January 2009 Chamber of Commerce
Banquet Speaker Announced
|Start making your plans to attend the Collinsville Chamber Installation Banquet, January 17th, 2009. Dr. Kara Gae Neal, Tulsa Tech CEO / Superintendent, will be the keynote speaker. She will have information about the new Tulsa Tech Center on Highway 169, our students who attend Tulsa Tech, and what's new in the area for Collinsville and Oklahoma. A great speaker with a vast knowledge of education and a true love for our students. -- Susan Babbitt (11/6/2008)|
Kara Gae Wilson-Neal completed her doctorate in Administration and Education Leadership at the University of Tulsa in 1978 and holds an M.A. in English and a B.A. in History, both from Oklahoma State University. She is a graduate of Midwest City High School. Her positions in education include teacher, principal and superintendent of public schools in Broken Arrow, Glenpool, Tulsa County and Oklahoma City.
Dr. Neal was a Fulbright Scholar in Italy in 1979. She was the last elected Tulsa County Superintendent of Schools from 1987 to 1993, and has held administrative, development and adjunct professor positions with the University of Tulsa, OSU, and Northeastern State University.
From 1993 until December 1999, Dr. Neal served as Superintendent of Metro Tech Technology Centers in Oklahoma City, one of the largest multi-campus Career Tech districts in the State.
Returning to Tulsa in 2000, Dr. Neal served as President/CEO of Volunteers of America in Oklahoma until January 2002. VOA in Oklahoma is the states largest nonprofit provider of in-home care services for developmentally disabled adults and children.