The Huntley Farmside
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Wf)t JSuntlep fwtm^iht HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1992 ¦¦Mi!l|HaMilMHMaMilMi---«M VOLUME 32, NUMBER 30 11. II.. I.lll.. USPS 580-360 NIPC Adds Woodstock Site To LITH Sanitary District Hearing In response to a Huntley area letter writing campaign, the Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission (NIPC) has added a second site to its hearing for the Lake-In-The-Hills Sanitary District Facilities Planning Area expansion. The second hearing site is scheduled to take place in Room 290, Old County Board Room, in the McHenry County Government Center in Woodstock on Thursday, November 12, at 7pm. LITH Sanitary District has filed a request to expand their FPA by 2,400 acres to the west and south of its current FPA boundaries; and to expand their treatment facility from 3.0 mgd (million gallons daily) to 5.5 mgd. The deadline for receipt of written comments is Friday, November 13th at 5pm in the NIPC Chicago Office. Letters can be addressed to the attention of Ms. Deborah L. Washington. Director: Project Review at Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, 400 West Madison St., Rm 200, Chicago, IL 60606, 312/454-0400, FAX 312/454-0411. The Huntley Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry can be contacted for additional information or help in letter writing at 669-0166. Huntley Pioneers, Hitntley Harvestors and the Jr. High Student Council volunteers packed donations collected for Florida's Hurricane victims. Joint 4-H, Jr. High Collect For Hurricane Relief The 4-H Clubs of Huntley Pioneers and Huntley Harvestors and the Jr. High Student Council would like to thank the residents of Huntley for their donations of food, clothing and medical supplies for the hurricane victims in Florida. Although our collection was started later than other communities the Salvation Army said that our donations were needed and would have adequate storage for the people of Florida. With everyone's support we collected around 75 boxes of donations. The members of the three groups that participated in this event not only helped the people of Florida but also felt a real community involvement! Again, we would like to thank everyone that helped out and shared their belongings with those in need. Lioness Bingo To Benefit LEAC II Huntley Lioness Club is going to donate their profits from Monday Night Bingo, Nov. 23, to the LEAC II fund. The more that come, the more the profit for LEAC II. Bingo starts at 6:45pm at Huntley Legion Hall, but come early to pick out your lucky cards and seat. Doors open at 5:30pm. If you subscribe or buy The Huntley Farmside newspaper. Huntlians Roadtrip To See Local Play College Ball On Saturday, October Srd, the Goehls, Shamharts Jeffreys, and the Hughes traveled to West Lafeyette, Indiana to watch the Purdue Boilermakers play the Michigan Wolverines. Purdue was leading at the half 17-7, but unfortu¬ nately Michigan won the game 24-17. Brian Goehl (reserve quarterback) held the ball for 1 field goal and 2 extra points. He is in his second year at Purdue University with a 5 year football scholarship. Brian is the son of Steve and Carol Goehl of Orland Park. He is also the grandson of Jack and Grace Goehl of Huntley and LeRoy and Florence Schwab of Woodstock. A big thank you to Harry and Margie Hughes for the use of their camper! A good time was had by all!' clip out the coupon to get one card free. Also, bring a donation for the Grafton Food Pantry and get another card free. Funds are still needed to fight against the "Dump" on Route 47, just north of Reed Road. Hope we will get lots of support for LEAC II at Bingo on Monday, Nov. 23. Brian Goehl Reserve Quarterback for Purdue Boilermakers NEWSPAPERS YOUR KEY TO TOMORROW v*^0^<^-^4»^ Watch for The Huntley Farmside ^^\ Christmas Decoration Contest /3L Next Week! .
|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|