Collinsville, Oklahoma
March 11, 2011
Miscellaneous News
Rogers State Collinsville Students Fishing & Hitting Home Runs /
CHS Golf Boys Season Underway /
Post-Prom Lock-In Needs Sponsors

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Derek Thurman Has Created
RSU Fishing Team

Rogers State University has sanctioned the Collegiate Bass Fishing Club founded by Collinsville's Derek Thurman. The first tournament will be March 19th at Toledo Bend. Derek (a recent CHS graduate) has been working on his personal fishing career for at least 8 years, but was able to get the collegiate sanction for "his team" within a couple weeks of my his semester at RSU. Derek has offered to provide additional information on the team and what they hope to accomplish. They will be hosting kids fishing derbies and a charity tournament. Young Mr. Thurman recently lost his grandfather after a year long battle with cancer and wants to support charitable events for cancer foundation. He is also interested in getting kids into fishing to let them experience new things and have new oportunities. Derek is joined in this effort by fellow Collinsville graduate (2008) Jarrod Shearer.

High School Boys Golf:

At Forest Ridge

Team scores: Sapulpa 330; Broken Arrow 333; Coweta 346; Metro Christian 349; BTW (A) 350; Muskogee (A) 350; Bixby 354; Bristow 360; Cushing 361; Nowata 364; Edison 366; Tahlequah 362; BTW (B) 382; Metro Christian (B) 387; Collinsville 400; Okmulgee 403; Henryetta 414; Muskogee (B) 415; Verdigris 417; Victory Christian 429; Bixby JV 446; McLain 500; Skiatook 501.

--per 3/10/2011 Tulsa World
Can You Help Sponsor Post-Prom Safe Environment?
March 11, 2011

Good Day,

We hope that you will choose to sponsor a worthy endeavor and help our “kids” enjoy a safe and entertaining event. As members of the Collinsville Safe Prom Committee we provide a safe, alcohol-free environment for students following the Collinsville Prom.

We will provide entertainment, door prizes and refreshments for any student wishing to participate. It is expected that between 150-300 students will be in attendance. As you are probably aware, it is a costly venture to provide this safe environment for our students. The cost per student is approximately $25.00, setting our fundraising goal at $7,500.00

Monetary donations, door prizes, food or beverage items would allow us to provide entertainment and food to students, while providing a responsible alternative to drinking for Collinsville teens. This is an opportunity to support your community and lend assistance to an important cause.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email one of the committee members listed below. We will be glad to make any necessary arrangements for pick up of your contributions.


Date: _____________________
Sponsor: __________________
Amount of Donation or item: ___________________

Thank you for your assistance, we could not have this event without generous sponsors like you!

Dawn Martinez – 918-371-5206
Chasidy Coulter – 918-371-3382

Dawn Martinez
2400 West Broadway
Collinsville, OK 74021

RSU Softball & Linsey Curtis
On A Roll
The Rogers State softball team combined for 49 hits and 30 RBI with nine home runs as they swept both Bacone College and Oklahoma Wesleyan on Wednesday (march 9th) at Hillcat Complex. RSU sophomore Linsey Curtis (from Collinsvile) had 2 home runs in each of the first two games.
Parent Meeting for the After Prom Lock In
Thurs. Mar. 24th
High School