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Che Huntlep J^aratsiiie USPS 680-360 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1991 VOLUME 30 - NUMBER 45 4 ^ OFFICE PHONE 708-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy Kahl Signs On With Ciemson Larry Kahl, Cindy Kahl, Joe Manning and Jim Tichy witness Heather Kahl signing letter of intent to Ciemson University. Huntley High Senior Heather Kahl signed a letter of intent to Ciemson University, South Carolina, last week as acceptance of a 4-year full-ride volleyball scholarship. Varsity Girls Volleyball Coach Jim Tichy, Huntley High Athletic Director Joe Manning and Cindy and Larry Kahl, parents, witnessed the signing. Larry Kahl is the JV Girls Volleyball Coach, JV Basketball Coach and Junior High Social Studies teacher for Huntley. Kahl will join her sister, Heidi, who is a sophomore at Ciemson, in August 1991. Kahl's scholarship includes tuition, room, meals and books for 4 years. Coming To End Of The "Mile of Pennies' The Huntley Music Boosters will make the final collection for the "Mile of Pennies" fund-raiser at the annual Root Beer it Pretcel Concert on February 28. Music Boosters will be on hand to collect lots of pennies. So, bring in all of the "ones" you have been saving, or take time to search the car seats, the bottom of your purse, that catch-all drawer to make a big, though hardly missed, contribution to our music program. Collection cans are still available in many generous Huntley businesses, although these will be picked up March 1. The annual Root Beer it Pretcel Concert will be held on Thurs., Feb. 28, at 7:30pm in the grade school gym. The concert will include the music of Andrew Lloyd Weber performed by the school choir and favorites like "Bye, Bye Love" and "Scarborough Fair" done by the junior high chorus. The high school band will entertain you with the "Jetson's Theme" and a "Concerto" for faculty and band, while the junior high band will play a "Blast from the Past." Admission to the concert will be $1.00 to defray the refreshment cost. Senior Citizens Make Plans If you are over BO years of age you are welcome to join the senior citisens of Huntley. The group meets the 4th Thursday of each month for a delicious pot luck dinner and meeting. Member¬ ship is only $3.00 per year. Plan to attend our Feb. 28th meeting and hear what the new activity director, Alice Jordi, has planned for the new year. April 18th is the first big day - a Delevan Dog Race. The cost is $12.00 and must be paid by this date, only 7 seats remain. June 28th a patriotic Stars and Stripes extravagansa is planned and only SO seats are available. A surprise trip will be in July or August. September 13th the Fireside Theater trip has 35 seats available. More will be announced later. Come and join in the fun. Huntley CPA Opens Home Business *'„- By Tracey Schwartz If you've looked around to find a tax accountant in Huntley recently, you need to know about Sandra K. Wright, CPA. Wright ij currently the only local source for income tax services. Wright has been in business for herself since December, 1987. For two years Wright worked on contract for Roberts Insurance ii Tax Service, located in the State Bank of Huntley. Last year Wright prepared all their clients' returns, in addition to her own clients, over 100 returns altogether. Tax services offered by Wright include a one week turn-around time, a reasonable hourly rate and very accurate work. Wright says that after doing a tax return she will set it aside and come back later to check it. She says she never does a return in the company of anyone, "too many mistakes are made with other people around." Wright operates her tax business in a separate office in her home, 11402 Douglas. Wright says she stands behind all of her work. If there is ever a problem, she doesn't hesitate to contact the IRS and correct it. Recently Wright spoke to the Huntley Senior Citizens Club about income tax preparation. Wright gives a 10% discount on her preparation rate to any senior citizen client. In addition, if a senior contacts her during the month of February, she can give free pick-up and delivery of the return. Although the majority of her work is individual tax returns, Wright has experience in partnerships, corporations and other business tax situations. In addition, she does tax consulting for individuals and businesses. Wright graduated from Northern Illinois University and obtainecNher CPA designation in 1984. Afterward, she was employed by Peat, Marwick and Mitchell, a Big 6 (formerly Big 8) accounting firm, in Chicago and Atlanta. Wright lives in Huntley with her husband, Tim, a surity bond underwriter for Allstate in Harrington. They have two children, Trevor, 4, and Nicole, 2 1/2. They are actively involved with the First Congregational Church of Huntley and the community. Sandra Wright, Certified Public Accountant, at her home office in Huntley. Wright's goals as a new business person in Huntley are to offer good, quality service and serve the community well.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
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|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|