Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 10, 2010
Miscellaneous News

Homecoming Parade Instructions /
Morrow Home National Recognition / Paws 4 Art In October /
JrHi Football Coach's Report

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Art Show and Auction

To Benefit the Ward-Wiseman Animal Haven
A 501 (c) 3 No-kill Animal Shelter
in Collinsville, OK

October 9th, 2010
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Bailey Education Foundation (at Bailey Medical Center)
10502 N 110th E Ave, Owasso, OK 74055

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Hello Friends, Neighbors, and Pet lovers,

The Ward-Wiseman Animal Haven is having a (Paws 4 Art) fund raiser on October 9, 2010 from 6:00-8:00pm at Bailey Medical Center. There is NO admission fee, a dessert bar, soft drinks and art from all over for auction…. We have all types of paintings, wood sculpture, wood turnings, jewelry, etc. So many items have been donated by local artists as well as many from Tulsa, Colorado, California, Arizona … really from all over the country. The students at Wilson are creating several works of art for the auction and so are the pets at WWAH. We will have music, a bow-meowtique with all types of small items for sale, a white elephant table, and a dessert to purchase table….our dessert bar is free this is another item. Many things to do and should be fun for the entire family.

Thank you for any help you can give us and I hope you will attend. Without our friends and supporters we cannot survive.

Sincerely, Susan Babbitt

-- Submitted by Dr. Susan Babbitt (9/7/2010)
Morrow Home Place
Now On National Register
I have just received the official notice!

The National Historic Designation was voted & passed on Sept. 3, 2010! We are ON the National Historic Register!

-- Kathleen Morrow (9/10/2010)
September 13-17th

The 7th and 8th grade Cardinals were just too much for the Claremore Zebras Thursday night. Both teams displayed a crushing running game and an accurate aerial assault. The defense for both teams was devastating. The 7th grade won by a score of 25-7 and the 8th grade a score of 41-18. Our Freshmen played a hard fought contest. We had our chances to win the game, we just ran out of time. The score was Zebras 12, Cardinals 0. The coaches expect a much better performance next week.
We had a tremendous crowd at Claremore. We really appreciate your spirit and enthusiasm at the games. Also, a big thank you goes out to our Cheerleaders, for their Spirit and Cheers, which they led throughout the night.
This week we play the Tulsa Kelley Comets at home (Sallee Field).The 7th grade game will kickoff at 5:00. The 8th and 9th grade game begins about 10 minutes after the game before. At our 7th and 8th grade home games, we do not go back to the dressing room after the game. Parents may pick up their sons at the stadium. There will be a bus to bring the 9th grade back to the dressing room after the game.
Practice Schedule:
Freshmen after school practice every day until 4:00.
Monday: Red
Tuesday: Blue
Wednesday: Red
Thursday: Tulsa Kelley Game
Friday: Blue
Monday: September,20th, Oologah “B” game

Coach’m up
Tom Redding
(371-4929 or 607-8423)

CHS Homecoming Parade Sept. 24th
The Homecoming parade will be Friday Sept. 24th at 3:30pm. It will begin from the city park on 15th street and travel East on Main Street to 10th street. Line-up will begin at 2:30 at the City Park. You do not need to sign up to be in the parade. Vehicles must enter the park from the West entrance and exit at the East entrance. During the line-up, the road through the park will be ONE-WAY, for the safety of the children. NO vehicles will be allowed to enter the park from the East entrance. When you get to the parade line-up please don't leave any float unattended until you have been told where to park. All vehicles and/or floats need to pull forward as far as they can in the line-up and park on the right side of the road. There is no specific order! It's first come, first in line, with the exception of the band and royalty who are always at the front. If you want to be next to a specific group then you need to arrive at the same time. It will NOT be possible to "save" a space for any group. Please be aware of this before you arrive. Vehicles not driving in the parade will need to park as far off to the left side of the park road as possible. Please decorate all vehicles/floats. As always, no 4-wheelers, go-carts, motorcycles, etc. All drivers must be adults, NO current student, regardless of age, may drive a float/vehicle in the parade. Vehicles must also have a passenger to help monitor riders. Coaches/parents: please discuss with your children/players the importance of parade safety, appropriate throwing of candy and behavior. Any misbehavior could result in students not being allowed to participate in the parade. The parade should be safe and fun for all. For more information contact Missy DeLozier at If you have questions please use email to contact me if at all possible. It is difficult to return phone calls during the school day.