|2012 WWAH Calendar|
Animal Haven 2012 calendar is on sale for $10. All profits benefit our
lost, abused,surrendered pets. Just let me know if you want a calendar
and I will get it to you. I appreciate all the support Collinsville gives
WWAH in so many ways.
Thank you, Susan Babbitt
|7th Grade Basketball Letter -- Coach Davison|
|The Collinsville 7th Grade Boys Basketball team is two wins away from clinching an outright Metro Lakes regular season Conference Title. These young men have played extremely well all season and currently have a record of 14-1 overall and 9-1 in Conference play. These young Cardinals are averaging 45 points per game while allowing only 24 points per game. The combinations of scoring ability, transition offense, and tenacious defense and rebounding have have made this team a force to reckon with both now and in the future. So come out to our last home game against Skiatook on Monday (Jan. 30th) at 5pm at the Collinsville Middle School Gymnasium and get a glimpse of the future of Collinsville Basketball. We hope to have a great crowd to show these young talented athletes how proud their community is of their accomplishments. -- See you at five, Coach Davison (1/27/2012)|
|The Collinsville 7th Grade boys beat Skiatook 51-21. The 8th graders lost and the Frosh were trailing after 3 quarters. -- photos later -- Ted -- 8pm Monday 1/30/2012|
"Safe Routes To School" Funding And Other Basic Transportation Federal Funding About To Be Eliminated -- Contact Your Congressman Today If That Bothers You
Friends and Neighbors: This pertains to the Safe Routes to School program. Please read the bullet points below and contact legislators. As you know weve just applied for a SRTS grant. We wont know until later this year if were successful, but if the program is cut entirely, I guess we may know sooner. Please make some calls. They need to hear from constituents.
Pamela J. Polk,
MAS, ACPFIM -- (Jan. 31, 2012)
Enhancements by removing the dedicated funding;
Please pass this
along to all your local contactsparticularly high-level contacts
like mayors, school board members and business leadersand ask
them to weigh in too. Thank you so much for your quick action, and well
keep you posted.
Safe Routes to School