|QB Club 2013 Meeting|
Feb. 11th 7pm American Bank
We will be electing/re-electing new officers for the 2013 football season. Along with electing new officers, we will explain what the QB Club does for your boys.
Please come be a part of our Cardinal Football Future!!
|-- Berry Olinghouse (2/3/2013)|
|Home Representative Club News|
|Margaret Waldorf and Louise Brazeal - preparing to serve Valentine cupcakes and pink punch to HRC members.|
Fourteen members of the Collinsville GFWC Home Representative club met at the Community Church Feb. 5, 2013. Committee reports confirmed that this year's HOBY winner is Bailey Eigenher; April 2 at the Faith Fellowship & Driven Church will be the location for the Senior Tea; and Feb. 20 is the date to announce winners for the Wilson Elementary Patriotism coloring contest.
Anita Mitchell presented
a program about the duties and experiences of her son Adam Mitchell,
who works for the U.S. Embassy in the Consuler Corp., and is currently
serving a two-year term in Washington D.C.
|Free Cherokee History Class|
Saturday, February 9th -- 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Information: Lee Keener, email@example.com or (918) 550-3351.
|-- Cara Cowan Watts
|CHS Tennis Practice At City Park|
|The CHS boys and girls tennis teams were at city park Tuesday (Feb. 5, 2013) taking advantage of the unseasonable mid-60's temperatures for their practice. Their first official matches will be February 28th at Tulsa Edison. (Previous)|
|Probably Track Practice Also?|
|I'm just guessing that the handful of runners I saw heading west on Main (from near the middle school) Tuesday were members of the CHS track team? Maybe I'll get a better practice photo for the track team soon if the nice weather lasts. And perhaps baseball & golf also? -- Ted 2/6/2012|
|City Park Vandalism|
This photo from Tuesday shows some of the weekend? damage discovered Monday morning at Collinsville City Park. There were three different locations along the new trail where the new sod had been driven over and damaged by a vehicle. This portion of the trail is recently completed and the sod is still just sitting on the surface with no chance for deep roots yet. Contact the Collinsville Police Department if you have information about this incident.
And with all the recent work by the Collinsville Soil Program there are many yards in Collinsville with similar new sod ... so please be carefull and avoid parking on those right of ways (wet or dry). -- Ted Wright 2/6/2013