GRAh-rON TOWNSHIPS OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER - SINCE i%0
VOLUNE 22^UMBER 29 THURSDAY, 0CT0BER2B, 1982
School Files Huntley, 111. 60142
11. 2<PAGES 2 SECTIONS
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UONS CLUB PANCAKE BREAKFAST
The Huntley Lions Club btM their annual PannKe Breakftat laat Sunday mMning. The men served a delidous pancake, eggs, sausage and orange juice breakfast to a large crowd. The Lions hold the Pancake Breakfaat and Chicken Barbeque to support their many community projects such as a Chriatmas Party fbr children, eyeglasses, Glaucoma MobUe and many tnorel A great time waa had by Lions and diners alike!
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A Liner or Two Page 4 Lkmess Giveaway Page 2
Lioness Meeting Page 4 Auxiliary Meeting Page 14
Park District Programs Rage2 AS Athletic Booater Meeting Page 6 F-S Football Page 10 Homecoming Pep RaUy Page 11
Ac* HiHriwMO Ad Soetian 2
The First Congregational Church of Hundey wtil hold its second annual Bazaar, Bake Sale Luncheon on Thursday, Novembei 4, 1982. Eake sale and Baza«r will be held from 9 am to liSd^m. Lundieon will be served fkom 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with special fast serve line for employees on lunch break.
Child care will be provided for shoppers at SOc per child.
Tickets for luncheon are $3.50 adults, $1.75 for children 12 years and under.
SNOWMOBILE SAFETY COURSE
Beginning snowmobilers will have an opportunity to leam principles of safe snowmobile operation at A Department of Conservation aafety education oourse scheduled from 8:00 a. m. to 12:00 non, October 30 Sc November 6th at Grafton Township Garage, Huntley, according to Ron Zirk, coordi¬ nating instructor for the dasa.
Under Illinois law, the course is required for youngsters 12 tiirough 16 years old who plan to operate a snowmobile withont aduh supervision. These indivi¬ duals must have a Snowmobile Safety Education Certificate, issued by the Conservation Department upon successful completion ofthe oourse.
"This is an excellent opportunity for young people who need the course to comply with the law," Ron Zirk said. "The course alao is beneficial for experience snowmobilers who wish to brush up on their safety habits."
The dght-hour oourse indud¬ es instruction iti safe operation, rules of the road, anowmoblle law, flrst aid. proper riding techniques and related tofrics that wiU help tiie snowmobOer operates his vehide aafety. The oourae is open to the pukUc.
For more information about the conrae, contact the coordinating inatnictor at 312- 669-5836.
TRICK OR TREATINQ
Saturday, October 30 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
PARK DISTRICT PARTY
October X at 6:X p.m. at the Grade School Qym wilt feature a ooetume parade, Disney carton and refreshments.
J AYCSS HAUNTS) HOUSE
Saturday, October 30 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday, October 31 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Grade School Parking Lot.
VARSITY BEATS VALLEY IN 3 0^
The.RedaUn Varaity played a super sensational game against Valley Lutheran wtaudnf In 3 overtimes 18-12. Dale PCdf waa responsive for tbe laat play of the game knocking a pass oat of bounds tat the win. Tiiete wttc aeveral odier playera who mnim maeeSlmat defenaive playa to win sach aa Dojde, Cowad and Anderson. On tte offensive aMe
Dave Hanaen. Paol Mamdng and Paul Zaglauer were lespoftiiMe for nie ovefume win. Tte ti<fenaive Hne da« in and played tiieir beat game ttf tte seaaon. Tte iliiftinilni Une was excdlent. NeMter aide aooted anti tte 2nd teif. MemteceeftteF-St pleyed la tte
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