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Copyright 2007 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Chamber of Commerce
Jan. 27, 2007
Awards & Installation Banquet
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(Cherokee Principal Chief) Was Keynote Speaker
Chamber meeting is
With Identity Theft As Topic
large crowd attended the annual Chamber banquet at CHS which had been delayed
a week by bad weather.
Chamber President Steve Howe (left) passed the gavel to new Chamber President
Terry Due Saturday night Jan. 27th, 2007.
2007 Chamber Officer were sworn in. There are L-R: President Terry Due, President-Elect
Bill Roten, Vice-President Stacy Brown and Secretary-Treasurer Billie Francis
(who was unable to attend).
Awards -- Collinsville Downtown Inc. (CDI) was given an opportunity
to present some of their own awards at the Chamber banquet Saturday. Buel
Anglen (left) and Chief Chad Smith accepted one of CDI's 2006 awards for
the "Premier Partnership" with the Cherokee Nation.
City of Collinsville awards from CDI were accepted by Mayor Stan Sallee.
Shafer (left) was voted the 2006 Collinsville Chamber of Commerce Member of
of my awards photos did not turn out so I have just a few below but a complete
list of winners in the table below.
Johnson and Pam Webb
Benedict for VVEC
Howe gave his farewell address wrapping up his year of leading the Collinsville
Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber of Commerce Awards
Key Award for making a substantial investment in our community
Award in appreciation of your time and effort with the youth
of our community
Award in appreciation of your outstanding representation of
Collinsville in a positive light outside the community.
Service Award in appreciation of your contributions and dedication
to the community.
Award in appreciation of your dedication to the education of
First Baptist Church
Church of Nazarene
Phil & Memory Ostrander
of the Year
Daniel Boggs and his wife won the gas grill provided by VVEC.
Due gave his remarks as he begins his year leading the Chamber.