The Huntley Farmside
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Your Home Town Newspaper .USFS58O'"360 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1985 VOLUME 25-NUMBER 47 • •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••¦*^*^^ SERVPiG THE PEOPLEOP HUNTLEY SINCE 1960^ Bill Holds Open House Faculty VS Sth. Grade Majreh9tli. The 3rd aimual Faculty VS Sth Grade Basketball game will be on Saturday, March 9th at 7 pm in the Grade School Gym. The faculty basketball team will be coached by Ed Ream and the might faculty player will be: Robert Bunt, Dave Booth, Steve Maciejewski, Paul Geillette, Larry Kahl and Lynne Sell. This year's faculty cheerlead¬ ers will be Pat Lawlor, Peggy Marhoefer, Lonai Oldham, Linda Lanphier, Carol Qe¬ mente, JeaKfiie Ziller and Sue Edmonson. - The helf tisne show will be preseated by the Faculty/8th 25c per copy Catherine AUen Corresponding •"Is^-i/ -?",^£ Grsde Band andef the direction \ ?"-^*/'-^@ "^ Marty LaLoggsst. Other band ' ^Ji^Gf. .,.A^4«i^ m^wihi^rs iTiirlEiH#»" Attn TSa-lr members Include: Ann Tirk, Jeff Rediaams, Wayae Blake, Sue Edmonsoffl, Steve M»de- \; JewsM, Linda I.anphte, Bill . _ -*^ Leggee, Jeannie ZiUer, Mary i'.'',\|^ Helen Lidmskv, Care-l Qeinen- 'v^lte, Csro! F-'n^sti: and Pat lawJcr. Tickets mil hs sold at the door. Students Sl.OO, Adults $2.W and Fre-schcsoiers free. An Open House was held last Thursday, Februaty 21st. to celebrate the opening of Bill's Village Ififl Family Restaurant's new Banquet Hall. The opening was attended by between three and four hundred people who enjoyed a scrumtous buffet and an open bar. The highlight of the evening was a service offered by Father Giannakopoulos of St. Sophia's Greek Orthodox Church in Elgin. Portions of the service were said Hearli^ Committee to Recommend Denial Citizens, lawyers, objectors and proponents of the proposed landffll filled the board room at the McHenry County Court¬ house to hear the decision of the county board committee to deny the proposed landfill two miles north of Huntley. The boards decision was unanimous with chairman Tom Heumann not casting a vote as protocol demands. The board reviewed the application of McHenry County Landfill Inc. including hundreds of comments filed with the county clerk, 3070 pages of transcriptand exhibits from 84 hours of public hearings before making their decision. The decision was read by Chairman Huemann from a 12 page statement which included the background, legal back¬ ground, evidence and filally the findings of the board, plus a court order to be filed by the entire McHenry County Board in March denying the adoption ofthe site. The findings were that McHenry County Landfill Inc. did not meet the burden of proof in three of the six criteria goveming the establishment of a landfill. The recommenda¬ tions of the committee will be presented to the entire board in March. Pengnin Newsletter Greetings Pengubs, I hope you are all taking advantage of this great snow. As you know, elections were held at the February meeting. Our new president is Jim Bond. Ron Zirk is vice president, Carolyn Meyer, secretary, and Mike Shambo, treasurer. Ruth Bond is our lASC Representa¬ tive. Board members are Charlie Olson, Jim Brewer, Jim Dall, Walt Foerster and Gordy Diedrich. Let's give these people our support. Our next two meetings are very important. They will be held on MARCH 5 and APRIL 2 at 8 pm at the Legion. Plans are being made fbr the picnic. We need your suggestions for a fundraiser to help pay for it. Please mark these dates on your calendar and plan to attend. See you there! first in the Greek language and then in English. Father Giannakopoulos stated thai members of his church blessed their new homes, automobiles and other possessions. Following the service the Priest sprinkled Holy Water throughout the new facilities. Bill and Soula Galanis put on a fine party which will be remembered for a long time by their many friends. We wish them luck in their new adventure. lioness News The Huntley Lioness met Wednesday, February 20 with 13 members present. The meeting was opened with the singing of "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," and the "National Anthem," with May Chesak at the piano. Ariene Mattingly led the pledge. The club voted to send one girl to Girl State, June 16-22. The scholarship committee reported a raffle would be held with the drawing at the Miss Huntley Pageant, proceeds to be used for scholarships. Kids Bingo will be held during the spring vacation. The club is planning Scotch Doubles, April 13, 9 o'clock at Bowl-Hi. Carol Weirich reported that the club pins are ordered and will be in by convention. Convention dates are March 22-23. A donation was given to the Landfill Emergency Action Committee. OnMssdlng Talent At Hnntley High Outstanding talent and exceU¬ ent dh«ction will be combined in the production of "HeUo DoUy" March 15 &16 and 21 & 22 at 7:30 in the Band Room at Huntley High School. Everyone involved has been working hard for weeks getting ready to put on a great show. Tickets are $3.00 for adults and Sl.OO for stadents and senior citizens. CaU 669-5171 to reserve youi^. This is one entertaining event you won't want to miss! Catherine Allea, daaghter «-•! Mr. and Mrs. Alva Allea of South Route 47 in Huntley, has been elected contjsponding secretary of Delta Z«ta at Bradley UnivcMiity in Peoria, niinois. AUen, a junior biology major, wiU serve in the offlce for one year. Delta Zeta is a national social sorority with chapters on coUege campuses throughout the na¬ tion. Bradley University is « faUy accredited, comprehensive, co¬ educational, private university which oilers 11 undergraduate degrees in 65 major mieAS through its six caMcges, graduate studies its 26 spedf!.c flelds, & Bidsion of ContiaKlag Educatioii, and a TOSsieer school. itgregattimal Omreli Mnmmage Sale The Women's Cirde ofthe lst Congregational Church of Hunt¬ ley wUl again be sponsoring a spring rummage sale in the social hall of the church on Friday, March 15th from 8 am - noon and on Saturday, March 16th from 9 am - noon. Some items that wiU be avaUable are clothes of aU sizes, furniture, kitchen items, smaU appliances and much misceUaneousI There wUl be a bake sale also. Everything wUl be very reasonably priced. You won't want to miss the biggest bargains of the season! The church is located at the comer of Church and Main St. in Huntley. D & Z Ladies Place Third Thanks I would lUce to thank the Huntley Rescue Squad and all of those who helped me when I was injured recently. lisa Brunschon D&Z Ladies from Huntley placed third in the 3rd Annual Bowling Proprietors Touma¬ ment, held at Metro Bowl in Crystal Lake. Congratulations ladies i! On the team are: Marie Fettes, Starr Workowski, Helen Rawson, Lynette Schleser and Fran Borhart.
|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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|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|