Collinsville, Oklahoma
June 5, 2008
Miscellaneous News
Schultz Mother-Daughter Grads / Earl Sears Set For 2 More Years /
Main Street Pavers /
Library Rummage & Cards

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Mother / Daughter Graduates
Diane Schultz (left) earned her BS degree from St.Gregory's University the same month her daughter, Lizzy Schultz, graduated with Honors from Collinsville High School. Diane works at the Collinsville Library. Lizzy's 2008 CHS grad page on cvilleok.
Submitted by Dr. Susan Babbitt (6/5/2008)
Rummage Sale June 14th
Collinville Library Friends will have a rummage sale in the Collinsville Library COOL meeting room, 1223 W. Main, on Saturday, June 14, 7:00am-2:00pm ...books, toys, toddler beds, fooseball table, household items, hoola hoops and much more. We are taking donations for the sale but do not have room for clothing or large items.
Support the Friends of the Library and get a great bargain at the same time.

$5 admission for a sneak peek on Friday from 5:00pm to 7:00 pm. You may purchase items at the sneak peek.
Stop by since you will already be Downtown
for Hogs 'N' Hot Rods
How to Get a Library Card
Borrowers' cards are free of charge to any person who lives, works, or goes to school in Tulsa County.

You may register for a library card at any Tulsa City-County Library location or Register Online.
Just fill out a brief registration form and show proof of identity and address.
Families may obtain cards for each family member or one card per family.
Non-residents' cards are available for an annual fee of $50, and must be obtained in person at a Tulsa City-County Library location.
We want as many people as possible to have library cards and to visit the Collinsville Library.
-- Susan Babbitt
State Representative Earl Sears Unopposed

I will serve as your state representative for the next two years. The filing period for federal and state elected government positions closed on Wednesday, June 4th, and I was unopposed. As always, I am excited as well as humbled by the opportunity to serve the citizens in District 11. There are important issues in the areas of education, transportation, economic development, and quality of life and family values facing our state, and I look forward to working on those issues on your behalf. I value hearing from you and if I can assist you in any way, please calll on me.

Being dedicated and accountable has been, and continues to be, my pledge to you. I thank you for your ongoing support.

Earl Sears (6/5/2008)

The original 11th Street bricks were being restored adjacent to the new sidewalk pavers (near Silver Dollar Cafe) as construction continues on the 2-block street project in Downtown Collinsville. (More pavers below) -- (Previous Coverage)