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^ HUNTLEY "Sfa'-^^fete . ¦^ \j «-. - VOLUME 17-NUMBER 23 ¦THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1976 PHONE- 669-5621 . If No Answer 459-1456 / 459-0998 2 sections , ii..: ... •:ai:; •;U-;:'.Y G0i4:i iLl, SERVESG THE PEOPLE OF riUNTLHV SINC'Kfl^ THE MAYOR & BOARD MEMBERS AT SITE OF NEW PLANT SCOUT PAPER DRIVE Pictured above are Don Schwegel of Baxter & WcxxJman, Don Enstrom, Mayor of Huntley, Leonard Ackman, Village Board Member, Rev. Dr. Robert Frank, Village Board Member, William Eisenmenger, Village Board Member and Percy Swanson, Superintendent of Public Works as they prepare to break ground at the sewer treatment plant addition. Each of the dignitaries was given a construction hat in remembrance of the occasion. The brief ceremony took place last Wednesday, September 15th in front of what is to be the new primary clarifier pond. Others in attendance were Mary Lou Hardy, Village Board Clerk, Gene & Norma Lindsey, who taped the ceremony, Lexie Burfield and Members of the Illinois Hydraulic Co. of Elgin who are constructing the plant. Some of the existing facilities such as the trickling filters will beoome obsolete when the new plant is completed. The Imhof, however, will be converted into an air iat ion unit. The new ponds in back of the plant will take in all excess sewage during rain storms. Following the storm, the sewage will be transferred to the filter pond where it will be treated. The new plant is expected to be completed by July 1977. WE'RE NUMBER ONE Last Friday, Saturday, September 10th and 11th, ten Huntley Scouts and four adults collected over a trailer load of paper for their paper drive which is held several times a year. Residents leave their i papers in the front yard and the scouts and adults I drive around collecting the bundles. Money from ithe drive is used towards Scout activities. Rowl (bottom) Left to right, Joyce Rohlwing, Marion Manning, Sue Fettes, Liz Manning, Tammy Ream, Cindy Jacobs and Lori McCollum. Row 2, Barb Brettschneider, Maureen Dwyer, Sharon Pupich, Paula Isenhart, Jo Kearns, Deb Lovins, Luanne Schachtner. Row 3 (top) Lonnie Nerby, Cindy Briscoe, Deb Moller, Rita Hoffman,Peg Master, Paula Munnich, Miss Peterson, Pat Hansen, Lori ^Kearns, Kim Eckman and Laura Sinclair. The Hunfley Giris Sports teams were the winners of fhe Copley cup presented last Thursday by the Elgin Courier News. The cup was one of two presented to the best all-around boys and girls sports teams throughout the year. The Hunfley giris competed in volleyball, bowling, and track receiving first place honors in bowling, 2nd place honors in track and 4th place honors in volleyball. Each of the Continued MEETING OF HUNTLEY 12STH ANNIVERSARY COMMTFTEE NOTICE A special meeting of the Hunf- • ley 125fh Anniversary committee will be held on Tuesday Septem¬ ber 28fh at the Village Hall beginning at 7:30. Anyone inter¬ ested in the outcome of the celebration and having suggest¬ ions for the continuance of a ¦ Community organization are ur¬ ged to attend. REGISTRATION FOR NEW MEMBERS OF CTTIZEN^S ADVISORY COUNCIL Registration for new members of the Citizen's Advisory Council will fake place at the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday September 28th. Membership on fhe Council is open to ALL residents of Huntley School Dis¬ trict #158. Membership will be open again until January 1977 so please attend this meeting if you are interested in joining the Council. We will meet in the high school library af 7:30 p.m. For fiirther information ple8?;c call Pat Matz at 669-3205 or Sue Seaver at 669-5881. HUNTLEY REDSKINS ON RADIO The State Bank of Huntley is co-sponsoring the broadcast of four (4) Hunfley Redskins Foot¬ ball games. The dates of those games are: September 17. Oc¬ tober 2, October 5 and November 5. These games can be heard on Dundee WVFV Stereo 104 with Jim Rumsa announcing. This will be a live broadcast. NOTICE OF BOOSTER MEETING The Huntley Booster will hold their first meeting of the season on Wednesday, September 22nd in the High School Library at 7:30 P.M. The group will tour the new gymatthattime. NOTICE Huntley Schools will be dis¬ missed at 2:22 P.M. Thursday, September 23rd. The early dis¬ missal is so that school staff members can work on curriculum.
|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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|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|