Collinsville, Oklahoma
May 21, 2007
Miscellaneous News

Cherokee Student Awards / Band Spring Concert /
Theft Warning

Spring Band Concert
Photos Submitted by Darla Rasmussen 5/17/2007
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2007 Cherokee Student Awards Announced

These CHS seniors were the Cherokee Nation Trail of Tears Awards of Excellence recipients and Okla. Indian Student Honor Society recipients: Chance Riley, Amy Schultheiss, Kerry Schultheiss, Colton Turnbull and Ali Schultheiss.
This group is the Herald Elementary and the Middle School language bowl teams (back row L to R): Austin Davis, Jessie Doyle, Blake Stites, Justin O'Banion and Kim O'Banion Herald Language Bowl Team: Ryan LeCrone, Baylee Stites, Tiffany Trimble, (not pictured) Faith Sampley and Alexandria Weaver.
The seniors at the Trail of Tears Banquet: Colton Turnbull, Chance Riley, Kerry Schultheiss, Jr. Miss Cherokee, Amy Schultheiss Ali Schultheiss and Sarah Hallford eighth grade from the middle school.
Submitted by Janice Fields (Collinsville Indian Ed.) 5/17/2007
Previous Coverage (2006)
Theft Warning
This is the second notice of theft in our area. Very recent theft, I might add. We all need to be very careful about locking up our trailers, tack and equipment. Take pictures (from all sides) and keep accurate records of your tack, give a copy to your insurance agent and keep a copy for yourself in a safe place. Note serial numbers, make, model, style, colors, etc. on the records - the more information you can give, the better chance you have at getting it back.

I sent out a notice last week regarding a trailer with tack and saddles that was stolen, so if your trailer is accessible, put a wheel lock or hitch lock on it, or chain it to something that can not be moved easily, it may not stop the thief, but it will slow them down, maybe long enough that you can catch them before you lose everything.

Please pass the notice to everyone you know, they could be next!

Deena Carrier -- May 21, 2007
CVRUC Secretary (Collinsville Roundup Club)