The Huntley Farmside
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SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 tKIje JHuntlep jfarmsJiiie .THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1992 - VOLUME 31, NUMBER 48 USPS 580-366 Bush and Clinton Win Primary Unoffical Totals for McHenry County REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT Bush 21,887; Horton 390; Buchanan 7,103 US CONGRESS ManzuUo 12,212; Schaffer 16,659 STATE SENATOR Klemm 14,763; Mangus 8,189; Brewer 5,604 STATE REP 63RD Hughes 9,548; Verr 5,392 STATE REP 64TH Skinner 6,770; Vorisek 4,760; Yocius 2,407 STATES ATTORNEY Pack 15,731; Baker 12,353 COUNTY BOARD Dist 6 (4) Zierer 2,967; Gilman 2,468; Larson 2,440; Russel 2,359; Howell 2,166; Schuster 2,006; Hereley 1,941 19th JUDICIAL Hutchinson 18,232; Arnold 9,606 DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENT Clinton 4701; Tsongas 3,936; Brown 2,671 US SENATOR Hofeld 4,565; Braun 3,707; Dixon 2,645 Jaycees Make Plans - Blood Drive, Vegas Nite Anyone over age 16 is encouraged to donate blood on Thursday, March 26, 3-7pm at the First Congregational Church of Huntley. Free babysitting will be available. Call 669-3892 for an appointment. Appointments will be taken but walk-ins are also welcome. The Huntley Area Jaycees hope through continued community support we can reach our goal of 60 donors. The blood donations will be received by the Heartland Blood Center. The Huntley Area Jaycees will be hosting a Las Vegas Casino Nite, Saturday, April 11, from 7pm to 12 midnight at the American Legion Hall. Proceeds from this event will go towards Huntley area SHARE Encourages Community Service By Tracey Schwartz Last week Reverend Ron Woodruff of Huntley First Congregational Church introduced the SHARE Food/Coop-Community Service Program to our readers. This program is thriving in our neighboring communities such ad Woodstock, Marengo and Elgin. This week, let's discuss exactly how SHARE works. First a volunteer team must be established. This team will set up the first registration day at a Host Site and invite Huntley residents to come. On registration day, each participant will fill out a registration card and pay $13 in advance for his first SHARE food package. In return, he receives a receipt which he must bring back to pick up his food package. On that receipt will be a place to write in a community service and an authorized signature to verify the community service was done. Two hours of community service are required for each food box ordered. Community service is volunteer work done for anyone else for which no payment is made. The participant may choose whatever comunity service he likes to fulfill his commitment. Some examples include babysitting for a widowed neighbor, volunteer service in your church, park district or scout troop, washing an elderly person's windows, or even coordinating the Huntley SHARE program as Huntley Village President Cuts Ribbon At Huntley Supermarket Grand Opening Ceremony A ribbon cutting ceremony was held March 16, to celebrate the Grand Opening of the New Huntley Supermarket. Participants in the ceremony were (1 to r) contractor Ken Bakley, owner Joan Bakley, Len Allen, Ken Allen, Village President James Dhamer, store owners, Al & Joyce Allen and store butcher Ken Kamphausen. Scholarships. As with the previous casino nite, a player bets REAL money and wins real money! Games are supplied by Casino Party Suppliers. Admission is $5.00. Mark your calendar and we hope to see you there. Have a night of fun and at the same time you'll be helping the youth of Huntley. dirl Scouts Enjoy Daddy Date Night a volunteer team member. Two weeks later on delivery day, the participant goes back to the Host Site, turns in his receipt with community service signature, picks up his food package, and sets up his next month's SHARE food order at that time. The SHARE food packages change from month to month. They include of variety of meats, fresh vegetables and fruit, cheeses and dry goods. All the food is purchased, not donated. The Huntley program would receive its food from the SHARE Rockford warehouse. If you are interested in participating in SHARE, call 669-3691. After April 1, you will receive a notice about meeting time and place. The "Greenest" Awards at the Huntley Girl Scouts Daddy Daughter Date Nite went to (daddy & daughters, 1 to r) Dick Green, Cassie Green and Emily Green; Mark Wingate and Kelli Wingate; Larry Melman and Louise Melman; Bill Frederick and Kim Frederick. Church Holds Rummage^Bake Sale The First Congregational Church of Huntley will hold their annual Spring Rummage and Bake Sale Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 21. On Friday the sale runs from Sam to 5pm. On Saturday the sale is $2.00 per bag from 9am to 12 noon. The church is located at Main it Church Streets in Huntley.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library.|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|