Collinsville, Oklahoma
April 2, 2013
HRC Senior Tea
Home Representative Club Has Hosted Annual Event For CHS Senior Girls For Over 60 Years
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The CHS Class of 2013 ladies present at the Home Representaive Club's Senior Tea posed for a group photo at the Faith Fellowship Church Tuesday afternoon. I have a few close-ups (below) and additional (Mother/Guest-Daughter) photos will appear on their individual grad pages in May (here on cvilleok). -- Ted Wright
Each senior girl introduced themself and their guest and their future plans. This was Kayla Miller's turn (right) with HRC President Marsha Nachtigal (left) presiding.
Generations of Home Representative Club members have hosted the event.
These members of the 2013 CHS Senior Class have attended Collinsville Schools since kindergarten.
Rhonda Stevens (left, CHS 1982) was the speaker for this year's Senior Tea with a story of unexpected "connections". She posed with her sister Rusti Howard (center) and mother Carolyn Brinkley (right), both HRC members.