Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 25, 2015
Miscellaneous News
Cardinal TV Olive Garden Fund Raiser /
Wrestler Chili Fund Raiser /
JrHi Football -vs- Tahlequah /
Pollutant Collection

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Cardinal Football
Jr. High Update -vs- Tahlequah (10-20-15)

The Collinsville Cardinals 7th, 8th and 9th grade football teams traveled to Tahlequah Tuesday night for a Metro Lakes Conference showdown. The Tigers certainly passed the eye test before each contest with their large lineman and big backs. To make the test even more favorable for the Tigers, the Tahlequah Middle School band played loudly all night long. With all the favorable odds for the Tigers, the Collinsville Cardinals flew in on a mission to give the “Eye of the Tiger” a black eye.
7th grade Cardinals win 27-6. (5-2)
8th grade Cardinals win 26-8. (6-1)
9th grade Cardinals dominate 41-7. (7-0)
After each game the players were feed a delicious meal prepared by A Glorious Church located in Collinsville. We want to thanks the members of the church for their support of our team.
Our final game of the 2015 season will be next Thursday, October 29. We will host the Skiatook Bulldogs at Sallee Field. Games begin at 5pm. Hope to see everyone support our student athletes.
Coach’m up
Tom Redding

Friday Nov. 6th Chili Dinner
October 20, 2015


Tulsa’s Only Free Hazardous Waste Disposal for Residents

The Metropolitan Environmental Trust, The M.e.t., will host a two day pollutant collection event on Saturday, November 7th and Sunday, November 8th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Tulsa Fairgrounds, at 15th and Sandusky, Gate 7 next to the former Driller’s Stadium.

This is the last of two free events for 2015 to dispose of dangerous pollutants and chemicals.

The event is specifically for residents of Bixby, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Collinsville, Coweta, Glenpool, Jenks, Owasso, Sand Springs, Tulsa and Tulsa County. The event volunteers handle about five cars per minute to unload hazardous items. The M.e.t. anticipates that over 2500 cars will be unloaded at this year’s final pollutant event.

Household items that are accepted include: cleaners, pesticides, fertilizers, automotive fluids, cooking oil, batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, small ammunition, smoke alarms aerosol paint, hobby paint, pool chemicals and items containing mercury, gasoline and unused or out-of-date prescription medications. Items that are NOT accepted include: Latex paint, tires, electronic waste (phones, monitors, etc.), recyclables and commercial waste.

Graham Brannin, the M.e.t.’s new executive director says, “I’m really looking forward to this event and being a part of the M.e.t. family. We have lots of exciting things in store for 2016. This free service is just one of the many things we want to continue to do to help our community.”

Meg Sutherland (10/20/2015)
The Metropolitan Environmental Trust

M.e.t. Public Relations and Outreach Coordinator
WTI, One West Third St., Suite 110
Tulsa, OK 74103
Phone: 918.584.0584

Please join us for a night of fun, food and fundraising for #SPIRITNIGHT at Olive Garden on NOVEMBER 3RD (4pm - Close). Olive Garden will donate up to $1000 to our school so don't forget to MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

Come dine with your team! Bring your family and friends! NOVEMBER 3RD is the night to show our school spirit to our community, don't forget to tag your photos with #SPIRITNIGHT and mention @OliveGarden for your chance to win prizes!

Hang this attachment up in your classrooms and hallways!

Thanks for all you do!

Kim Myers (10/22/2015)
Technology Director
Collinsville Public Schools
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