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Expo picture page —page 5 Student news -— p^ 7 25 cents The TituRKV, Februaty 26,1998 Famiside A Press Publications newspaper ar serving the Huntley community Vbiume 37, Issue 46 1998 Hunfley Home & Business Expo Cathy DeQuaker The 1998 Huntley Home and Business Expo was another huge success! About 4,800 attendees walked through the show, seeking information on Del Webb's Sun City, mort¬ gages, insurance and more from over 90 exhibitors. The sellout of exhibit space forced an over¬ flow situation for the first time ever. This year's winner of the Grand Geneva Resort and Spa package, including a round trip limousine ride compliments of Travelin' Wright and fresh flow¬ ers compliments of Huntley Floral, was George Franicevic of Marengo: The winner of the Huntley Factory Shops shop¬ ping spree, sponsored by Panda Express, Royal Doulton, The Interior Alternative, SAS Factory Shoe Store, BOSE and Villa Pizza, was Joan Hahn of Huntley; Chris Muhlenfeld of Huntley won a vase from Mikasa; Laura Duffy of Algonquin won the girls bike and AJ Horan won the boys bike Both bikes were sponsored by National Intemational Roofing Corporation. Other prize win¬ ners were Dinah Schisler of Woodstock who won $100 from the College Fund Life Division and Sandra Betts of Elgin who won a set of luggage from Huntley Travel. Nominations for Best of Show in the Non-Profit category were Pioneer Center, Westlake Community Church, Morning Star World Outreach and First Congregational Church. The winner was the First Congega- tional Church. Nominations for Best of Show in the Business Category were Harris Bank Huntley, Hansen Heating and Plumbing, Lanterns of Light-Division of S&C Creative Concepts, In¬ terior Motives, Ariano, Ander¬ son, Hardy and Castillo, S&S Garden Cenier, Village of Hunt¬ ley, Summit Ridge, Solar Brite, Children's Exchange Depot, Sherman Hospital, Glory Gifts, ABC Seamless Siding and An¬ chor Spa & Pool. The winner was S&S Garden Center of Harvard. The Chamber Board would like to thank the Huntley Factory Shops for the great job they did as greeters at the show and the following businesses for their support: Harris Bank Huntley, Hansen Heating and Plumbing,Freund Equipment, Centegra HealthCare System, School District 158 staff. North¬ west Herald, Daily Herald, Chicago Tribune, First National Bank of Marengo/ Huntley Center, STAR 105.5, WMCW, WRMN, Radicom-McHenry lo¬ cation, and the Elgin Cor¬ poration. The Board would also like to welcome the following new members: A.G. Edwards, ABC Seamless Siding, Back¬ yard Enclosures, CCS/ West Construction Suppliers, Country Companies, Glory Gifts Unli¬ mited, Jo'Lyn Corporation, Pro¬ vena Saint Joseph Hospital and Summit Ridge Development. Cahy DdQuaker (left) of S&C Creative Concepts was the diow manager for the 1998 Hundey Expo. Pictured with her are S&C co-workers Jennifer Egger and Tina Baker. Steve DdQ^uaker (not pictured) was bead of operations for the Expo. 'XDzzie," the Kane County Cougar receives a big hug from an enthusiastic fan during his visit to the Huntley E}qx>. Artist's rendering of Christ United Methodist Church. Church will break ground in March Christ United Methodist Church The congregation of Christ United Methodist Church will break ground on their new church building, Sunday March 1, at 10:30 a.m. The congrega¬ tion has been holding Sunday worship services at Crystal Lake South High School for several years. The pastor. Rev. David Decker, says, "The congregation is extremely excited to know their perseverance and hard work is finally bringing them to this day." The church building will be located at 9009 Algonquin Road, on eight acres just west of Square Barn Road. The site is located in the midst of hundreds of new homes built within the last four years. The 7,500-square-foot design is a steel structure with a block facade. The multi-use sanctuary will seat 180 in move¬ able seating. There are four classrooms, a spacious nursery room, a conference/library room, two offices, a music room, and a roomy lobby area. The building will be air condi¬ tioned. Wm. Tonyan and Sons, Inc., of McHenry, has been hired as the general contractor for the project. The construc¬ tion is contracted to be finished by August 1 of this year. The Christ United Methodist Church congregation has grown to 97 members, with a worship attendance averaging 70. Surrounded by new home developments and continued building, it is expected the con¬ gregation will grow by 50 per¬ cent within the first full year, and 100 percent in two to five years.
|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|