The Huntley Farmside
|Previous||1 of 16||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
Euntto Jarmsik USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1988 VOLUME 28-NUMBER 27 OFFICE PHONE 312-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 2S| per copy Village Board Minutes The Regular Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Huntley was held on Thursday, September 8, 1988 in the Board Room of the Village Hall and brought to order by the President at 8:00 p.m. Present were President Dhamer, Trustees Wicke, Borowici, Hoeft and Brown, with Trustee Greve being absent. Also present were Attomey Kukla, Village Engineer Schwegel, Chief of Police Rossi, Building Inspector Spradlin and Viliage Collector Staab. In the first order of business. President Dhamer presented the August 11, 1988 minutes for the trustees approval. Trustee BorowicB ' asked that the minutes be changed in the public heairing portion^ reflect Ms. Bobbie Drafall's question being aaked as: 'She asked if her taxes were going up." At the Board's direction the Clerk was instructed to adhere to his request by motion by Trustee Hoeft, seconded by Trustee Wicke. Roll noted all ayes and motion carried. (Clerk's note: After a review of the tapes of the August 11th, 1988 meeting, they show that the Clerk's minutes were correct as presented and Ms. Drafall's question was as stated in the original minutes and not as Trustee Borowici asked to be changed.) The finance reports were submitted to the Board. After review, Trustee Wicke made a motion to acept the Treasurer's Report as presented, seconded by Trustee Brown, and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye and the motion carried. The expenses for the month were put before the trustees for payment approval. After examination of same, a motion was made by Trustee Wicke, seconded by Trustee Hoeft to approve payment of all bills presented and upon roll call, all trustees voted aye, the motion carried and the listing of same is attached hereto. The next item on the agenda was Public Commients. After a Continued on page 12 Sight &. Sound Vision and hearing screening was held in the Huntley School on Monday, October 3rd and Tuesday, October 4th for school students. These screening tests are able to detect any possible problems that a student might have with his or her vision or hearing. This screening program is a service of McHenry County Health Department. Lions On The Prowl Lions were on the prowl recently at The Blue Moon in Elgin but they were not the restless predators of the African plains, but the harmless American variety assembled to develop plans for their 36th annual Candy Day, scheduled this year for Friday, October 14, through¬ out the state. At the meeting, or Jamborees, as Lions call it. Lions discuss plans for Candy Day, and listen to personal testimonials from residents, young and old, who have benefitted from Lions' programs. At the Jamboree Lions from . clubs throughout the district met to spur each other on to new heights in obtaining funds for Candy Day. Lions rely on Candy Day funds to support their broad variety of programs and services for the blind and deaf. Theae include: Camp Lions, a summer camping experience for visual and hearing impaired boys and girls; an eye donor registry program which supplies eye tissue for sight restoring corneal transplants, a Mobile Glaucoma Unit and one for Hearing, as well. On Candy Day, Lions assembled at the Jamboree will join their counterparts throughout the state and thousands of Lionesses, Leos and volunteers to give away candy rolls and accept contributions. Candy Day Jamborees are being held in each of the 12 Lions Club Districts in the State. Jason Kalsow has just completed his hearing screening at the grade school on Monday. His classmates are eagerly awaiting their turn to use the headphones. Shown here are Huntley Lions Club Members Joe Schaller, Loren Robinson, Darrell Gurnett and Bob Hight with District 1-J Governor Tom Galec and Veronica Plaszczewski. Hydrant Flushing Oct. 11 & 12 Beginning 10:00 PM Huntley Boys Make Cadet Cadet David W. Bond, son of James A. Bond and Cadet Brett R. Blank, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Blank have been officially accepted into the U. S. Air Force Academy's Cadet Wing as members of the class of 1992 during the annual acceptance parade. The parade followed six weeks of rigorous basic cadet training at the Colorado Springs, Col., academy. Training in military customs and courtesies, drill and physical conditioning, tactical exercisetf&nd the firing of weapons, introduced the basic cadets to military life under the program. The academy is a four-year educational institution gradating men and women to serve as career Air Force officers. In addition to military training, the academy o^ers athletics and an academic curriculum which includes basic and engineering sciences, social sciences and the humanities. They are both graduatea of Huntley High School.
|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|