Collinsville, Oklahoma
May 14, 2016
Miscellaneous News
Cherokee Tag $'s To Collinsville /
CDI Board Member Of The Year /
Chamber Welcomes Two New Businesses

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Robbins Law -- Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
The Collinsville Chamber of Commerce welcomed Attorney Amy Beth Robbins (holding the large scissors) to Collinsville in her new office on North 11th Street (adjacent to Valley National Bank). -- April 27, 2016
Dobbins Law, P.L.L.C.
Amy Beth Dobbins, Attorney
118 N 11th St, Ste 104
Collinsville, OK 74021

Ted Wright Note: I missed the photo session for the Mission Nutrition ribbon cutting back in April ... but Bill Johnston had a nice writeup for them in a recent issue of the Times Star Newspaper.

Mission Nutrition
Chance Keim & Bailey Tatro
1116 W Main St
Collinsville, OK 74021
918-636-7703 (Chance)
918-625-3438 (Bailey)

Phil Stowell -- C.D.I . Member of The Year
Beth Ann Langston & Phil Stowell
Collinsville Downtown Inc. (C.D.I.) was represented at the Oklahoma Main Street Awards Banquet earlier this week in OKC. Collinsville was named as one of the top 10 Main Street Communities in the state of Oklahoma!!! Awards were also given to the Board Member of the year. C.D.I. is proud to announce that Phil Stowell who has represented the City as a member of our Board for years was this year's recipient. Congratulations Phil!
-- C.D.I. Facebook Post & Photo
Cherokee Nation Check To Indian Educ.
L-R: Janice Fields, Supt. Lance West, & Buel Anglen
Cherokee Councilman Buel Anglen delivering checks to help out the Collinsville Indian Education Program at Collinsville Schools.
-- Collinsville Indian Education Facebook Post & Photo -- 5/3/2016
Cherokee Nation Check To Collinsville FFA
L-R: Monica Rubio, Daniel Kaiser, Cherokee Councilman Buel Anglen, Katsy Smalygo, FFA Advisor Jennifer Hamlin, Destiny Bump.
Cherokee Councilman giving a check to help out the Collinsville FFA. Thank you Buel it really helps out with all budget cuts taking place!
-- Collinsville FFA Facebook Post & Photo -- 5/3/2016
Cherokee Nation Check
To Collinsville Police Dept.
Collinsville Police Officer Boggs and City Manager, Pam Polk receiving a $3,000.00 donation from District 13 Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilman, Buel Anglen. The Law Enforcement Funds are made possible thanks to the Cherokee Nation tag tax revenue.
-- Cherokee Nation - District 13 News and Events (5/5/2016 Facebook Post)