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See Special Home Improvement Section Beginning On Page 7 ... SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 Clie JHuntltP fntm^iht HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1992 - VOLUME 32, NUMBER 21 USr:5 580-360 ,* ..-.,' <>¦ *¦('" v^^ i;,,\\ '1 Huntley Jaycees assisting in the September 7, 1992 Labor Day Jerry Lewis Muscular Distrophy Association Telethon, (I to r) Jaycee Vice President Mark Mercer, MDA Host Andy Avalos and Jaycee Treasurer Mark Puffer. Jaycees Announce Okha Contest Winners Huntley Jaycees Help Jerry Lewis With MDA Telethon The Huntley Jaycees volunteered at the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon Monday, Sept. 7, 1992. The Huntley members that attended include President Becki Schmalbeck, Vice President Mark Mercer, Treasurer Mark Puffer and Secretary Paula Kohley. Also in attendance were Jan Camden, District Director and Pete Weitega, Region Board Member. The Jaycees volunteered their Labor Day to assist at the MDA phone center set up in the Executive offices at United Airlines in Elk Grove Village. The Huntley Jaycees were proud to participate in the 1992 record breaking year for MDA. Along with the donation of time, the chapter donated $100 to the support of this charity cause. The winners of the "Guess the Weight of Okha" contest have been chosen. Okha's official weight is 6,442 pounds. With guesses ranging from 619 to 14,000 pounds, we had three winners. The closest was Judy Kavanagh with a guess of 4 tons. Todd Weber, age 8, was a close second with a guess of 8,200 pounds. Michael Ragalie, age 5, was the next closest with 2,049 pounds. These three winners received a family pass to the Franzen Bros. Circus, sponsored by the Huntley Area Jaycees. The Circus will be held Sunday, September 13. The passes are good for either the 2:00 p.m. or the 4:30 p.m. show. Tickets are available now for $5.00 at Huntley Supermarket, Video Smideo, Huntley Pharmacy, and Dairy Mart. Tickets will also be available at the door for $7.00. Okha, the elephant will perform in the Franzen Bros Circus Sept. 13 in Huntley Anyone Can SHARE SHARE is for everyone! If you haven't signed up yet to receive $30-$35 worth of groceries for $13, you can still do so. Yes, only $13, plus 2 hours of volunteer work in the community per month, is all you need for a good selection of fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, and packaged goods. There are many ways to satisfy the volunteer time: church work. Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, 4H, helping at school or library, or just driving someone to the store if they don't drive. Many people are already doing community service work, so you might as well get credit for it towards buying food! If you would like to sign up, or if you have any questions, you can call Jan Ruemelin (evenings) at 669-3443 or Carol VonBosse at 669-5395 (evenings), or at 669-5108 (daytime). We hope more of you will join us! Huntley Supermarket Heart Healthy Eating The McHenry County Chapter of the American Heart Association is among those throughout the United States promoting heart healthy eating habits as part of its Food Festival, slated for September 18. Information on "heart healthy" eating will be available at a number of food stores throughout the county on that date, including all Jewel stores, Wisteks in Marengo, Super Value in Harvard, Sullivan's in McHenry and the Huntley Supermarket in Huntley. In addition. Dean Foods is planning to bring nutritionists into it's plants as part of the program. The nutritionists will provide cooking demonstrations for employees during lunch breaks, emphasizing heart healthy foods. The program is designed to create an awareness in people that consume food that is high in saturated fat, such as animal fat and palm, palm kernel and To Promote Program coconut oils, raises blood cholesterol levels, thereby increasing the risk of heart disease. The Heart Association recommends that people limit their total dietary fat consumption to 30 percent of their daily calories and, further, limit saturated fat to less than 10 percent of their daily calories. The group recommends several ways to help achieve this, including: Switch from whole milk to milk that is one percent or less fat. Read labels on foods to determine the amount and kinds of fat they contain. Switch from butter to margarine containing no more than two grams of saturated fat and use butter-flavored granules. Information on these recommendations and other tips to promote a healthy eating lifestyle will be available at the particiapting grocery stores during the September 18 event.
|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|