The Huntley Farmside
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^h tatle^ J^armsik USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1989 VOLUME 29-NUMBER 20 OFFICE PHONE 812-669-6621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy HFPD Simulated Tornado Drill SIDEWALK SALE SATURDAY AUGUST 19. 1989 9:00 AM~3:00 PM Huntley Paramedics Keith Melagini and Tom Hayden lift pretend victim Bill Kresal into the Flight For Life Helicopter during the August 13th tornado disaster drill. Artificial smoke billows from the school during tornado drill. 'Summer Band When disaster strikes the Huntley Fire Department will be prepared. Sunday morning, August 13, 7:00 AM, Huntley's Fire and Rescue Squads held a mock tornado disaster drill. Neighboring towns of Algonquin and Marengo brought their equipment joined the Huntley Firemen at the Huntley Elementary School to assist in the simulated disaster. "Victims" scattering the halls were treated by the rescue crews. Meanwhile firemen dealt with the artificial smoke billowing from the school. The Flight For Life Helicopter from Northern Illinois Medical Center in McHenry arrived to "transport" the most seriously injured. Mayor Dhamer manned the command post set up to direct operations. Who goes where? What do you do when? Knowing how to get organized quickly, how to set up, follow triage procedures and even set up a temporary morgue are a necessity. The emphasis in this drill was placed on incident command. This mock disaster and an analysis of the procedures used keep everyone involved ready and informed; better able to handle a real disaster should the need The volunteer "victims", who were friends ii relatives of the firemen, included Miranda Schirmer, Melissa Graf, Jason Graf, Nicole Clark, Christy Kresal, Molly Oldham, Erin Rudsinski, Bill Kresal, Mike Kresal, Dawn Ellison, Colleen Veath, Jenny Wells and Scott Kunde. The 6th, 7th ii Sth grade band members met throughout the summer for practice. The last meeting was their Band Picnic, with food, fun, games and water balloons. 6th grade members are Heather Kane, Isabel Nunez, Aneta Wrobel, Delia Pritchett, Laura Kohley, Tom Chessman, Lindsey Lane, Summer Bakley, Steve Morzos and Scott Strang. 7th ii Sth members are Carrie Conley, Tracey Drufke, Jacki Greve, Patrick Mulcahy Jr., Dominica Harlan, Kelly Stensing, Andrea Jaroch, Kelly Cook, Scott Kothe, Gary Keesling, Ben Botts, Jamie Rosenthal and Amy Hecht. H.S. private lesson, Jim Cook. Jaycees Plan Corn Boil & HFPD Practice For Disaster Firemen Mike Levies and Dale Eeg care for Miranda Schirmer's mock injuries during Sunday's tornado disaster practice held at the Huntley Elementary School. The Huntley Area Jaycees will be holding their 1st Annual Corn Boil ii Roast on the Square during the Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, August 19, from 9:00 am til 3:00 pm. They will also be selling fresh-picked corn for $2 per dozen, $1.50 per dozen for orders of 5 dozen or more. If you'd like to pick your own for $1 per dozen, please call 428-1338 or 669-5957. The Jaycees are planning to go River Rafting on September 9 or 10 (weather permitting). If you would like to go please call 428-1338 or 669-5957 for details and date preference/or stop by and talk to them at the corn boil. Other projects in the planning stages for this fall and winter include: Bike-A-Thon for Cystic Fibrosis, a Spook Trail, Beef-N-Brew Party, a Las Vegas Nite, and a Christmas Party. Come join the fun with the Jaycees. Have you ever wondered what the Jaycees are all about? The Huntley Area Jaycees is a small group of residents from the Huntley area who are concerned about what happens in the community and to its residents. Some of the community projects that they have helped with or planned and run themselves include: the sand box fill, A Day in the Park, the Circus, the library, the Las Vegas Nites, and Camp New Hope. The Jaycees are also" concerned with individual development (ID). "ID Days" are planned and held throughout the year to help members improve their personal skills. Topics " include communication, time dynamics, financial management, stress management MORE COUNTY FAIR PHOTOS See Page 4 More and more. The Jaycees also just like to have fun. Depending on what the chapter members want to do they run fun projects which have included: pizza parties, bowling nights, Christmas parties, softball games, volleyball games, picnics and river rafting. If you want to find out more about the Jaycees, please come to the M-Night on Tuesday, August 22. It will be held at the Huntley American Legion at 7:30 pm. There will be speakers on the various aspects of the Jaycees. There will be refreshments and lots of socializing. A good time is promised to all who attend. There is no obligation. If your under 41 and interested in having fun and being involved in your community please bring your friends to the legion on Tuesday, August 22 at 7:30pm.
|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|