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VCXUME 21-NUMBER 38 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31,19B1
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.^ llIE PEOPLB OF HimiuY SINGE 19(0'
Welcome the new season with the
warmth of old friendships and with hope for a shining tomorrow.
The anobics dass sponsored by Hundey Park District was orginally sdieduled to start on Jan. 18 A. 19, but due to the recent "binge" of the majority of our community over the holidays a state of emergency has been called and the class will be starting on Jan. 4 (evenings) and Jan. 5 (morn¬ ings)! The evening classes are held on Mon: & Thurs. from 7:30 - 8:30 and the morning classes on Tues. & Thurs. 10:00 -11:00. Both classes ate held at the 1st Congregaticmal Church and the fee for both is 57.50. There is a babysitter provided for the moming session at an extra fee of 7Sc per ctiild. The fee for non-residents of Huntley Park Dist. Is $9.00. You may register at the first sessioa.
JANUARY aid at
The Aurora Area Blood Bank will hold a community blood draw from 9:00 A.M. to i:(X)P.M. Ml Saturday, January ¦ 2. 1982, at Handey Congrega¬ tional Church Social Hall, Many volunteer blood donors are needed as the holiday season is a very critical time and tile blood supply is inadequate. Twenty-two hospitals are sup¬ plied blood by the Aurora Area Blood Bank.
People in good health, weighing at least 110 pounds and 17 years of age ot dder are qualified to dmiate blood. The process takes less tlian an hour. No appointment is necessary.
REVIEW OF 1981
Redskins beat Stiilnaa Valley in the Marengo Touraey. Joe Hemmer was tlie winner of tiw Trip for Two. Jerry CoBtns was appearing in a play. Chariie Lamb had a Birthday Party. The Redskins took 2nd Place in tile Marengo Toumey. A doctor'a oflice opened in Huntiey. Aa Indian Pow Wow waa held at Huntley Grade' SdKxri. A Christian Unky Service was scheduled. The Girls BaaketbaU Team waa featured. AU Conference winners ia Volley¬ ball were Lori Seeman, Oiria Foerster and Jndy Boriurt. Harry Daugherty waa retiring. Shakey waa advmtiaiag uaed Christmas Trees for sale. The Hostages in Iran were freed. The 1st CongregatlMial Chnrch and St. Mary'a CatboUce Church held a Christian Unity Walk. Sean Conley, with John Mercer, won 1st Place in the Pinewood Derby. Steve Parish and David Reid were playing in an Honors Band. The F-S beat Genoa Kingston. FFA'ers Judy Borhart, Unda Boihart and Steve Drendel took honors. Self Defense daaaea came to Huntiey. Barney Fife hosted a Super Bowl Party. Believe it or notl Father & Son banquet wara held.
The Donahue Family donated a Computer to the scfaool ia memory of Mark. M * £ Recreation Sales St Servioe opened ita do«)n. Henry Continued on Page 4
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