|Michaela Branen and Mallorie Humble visit with other FFA students before the Tulsa PI speech contest.|
|Michaela Branen practices before giving her animal science speech at Jenks|
|Dalton Harwood, Hunter Ingram and Zack Haynie examine Jim Shoulders World Champion all around cowboy saddle while touring the saddle making school at Okmulgee after they competed in the Forestry contest.|
|-- John Hamlin (4/12/2012)|
|Youth Spring Sports (Sample)|
|I don't know any
team names, kid names, or results but took just a few photos of the youth
sports covering the SportsPlex fields last Thursday (near ECC and Herald
Elementary) with baseball games and soccer practices.
My schedule this time of year does not allow more than a random sampling of games. If your team is still still playing this summer send me a schedule and I might be able to make a game or two then. -- Ted Wright email@example.com
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|Patchwork Quilters Plan July Show|
Tonya Rosamond displays a retro quilt, designed around owl cameos - most of the fabrics were found in NE OK during a "quilt shop tour."
|Guest Melissa Grubb
joined 14 Patchworker members at the Collinsville Library April 10, 2012,
as they discussed plans for a quilt show on July 15 during the Smithsonian
Exhibit. The quilt show will be held at City Hall - more details will
follow at a later date.
Donations were accepted for Newborns In Need - crib quilts and gently used items were just some of the items that will be distributed in Eastern OK. Door prizes were presented, and Janice Coke gave a program on creating a Dresden Plate block. She explained the various methods used, and also shared copies of the pattern.
The next Patchworkers meeting will be May 8, followed by the day-long Sew-In on the 12th.
|-- Submitted by Linda
Greater OK Newborns In Need
boy you have up to bat swinging is Coleman Wilson. He is Debi Whisenhunt's
Grandson. (my nephew) Whitney Wilson's son. (3rd grade teacher at Herald
Elementary) Coleman is in Pre-K at ECC. The team name is Knight's from
Collinsville, They are 6-U. Thanks for taking that picture, it's a good
Taylor Kite (4/16/2012)
3rd Grade Teacher