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Ire Huntlcif ^armjjftc Your Home Town Newspaper THURSDAY, AUGUST 1,1985 VOLUME 26-NUMBER 18 312-669-562^::!: Humunr SINCE • - - — •« ¦ IMO Ig^ per copy Blood Drawing Held July 30th. #-^ Again - Huntley Community met the challenge! 73 donors responded to the Blood Bank Drive. 5 were rejected, maldng 68 pints of life saving blood Huntley Firemen '^Iwktai Needed The Huntley Fire Protection District is in need of paid on caU firemen. Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 35, live in the viUage of Huntley and be avaUable for DAYTIME CALLS. For more information, or to pick up an application, persons interested can stop by the fire n at 14 Coral St. Monday ^iru Friday from 7:30 am - 4:00 '^m or can 669-5066. Dave Veath Chief HFPD Uoness News The Huntley Lioness met Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the American Legion, July 17, with 14 of their 26 members present. Dorothy SchaUer reported on the three scholarship winners: Lynette Fettes, Paul Eisenmen¬ ger, and Debbie Woodruff. Susan Hopkins participated in being taken ftom Huntley by the Aurora Area Blood Bank. This chairman. May Chesak, wishes to warmly thank the donors and would-be donors and, also, the a bike-a-thon. The pledges were coUected at the meeting. Other plans for Angie Day were completed. The club wiU have a bingo stand and wiU be in charge ofthe street dance. $175.00 was donated to the school for an audiometer. The Lioness Club special interest is to help with sight and sound projects. Our community Car¬ mel Com Day is held yearly for only sight and sound projects. We are happy to t>e able to assist in this way. Band Students To Hold Car Wash The Huntley Band students wiU be holding their second of three car washes on Saturday, August 3 from 9 - 1 pm at Huntley Jr. High. The Proceeds benefit the uniform fund. Donations are S3, for cars, $5 for vans and suburbans. Come out and support the band and watch our young people in action! (Next car wash August 17th.) many, many kind and wUling people who helped in many various ways. Your help was deeply appreciated. Senior Otlzens Koncert Band The Huntley Senior Citizen Koncert Band has been very active this summer. On Satur¬ day, July 13th they played at the Union Schwabenfest and came home with the first place trophy. They also participated in "An¬ gie Day" and the doll raffle was held with proceeds going to the Angie Fund. Vera Enstrom won the doll and what did she name it? Why, "Angie", of course. The band has been asked to play at the Springfield State Fair but it would be too difficult to raise the money for the cost of the bus to go there so the engagements wUl be more local for this year. In October they wUl play for the Elgin Women's Gub and in December for the Hampshire Women's Qub. See You AtThe Fafa* School Board Minutes The regular meeting of the Board of Education of School District #158, Huntley ConsoU¬ dated Schools, Huntley, Olinois was held in the Hig^ School buUding on June 13, 1985 at 7:30 pm. The meeting was caUed to order by the President at 7:30 pm. Upon roU caU the foUowing members answered present: Mrs. Schadt, Mr. Greve, Mr. Freeberg, Mr. Bauman, Mr. Heavey , and Mr. Ziit. (One vacancy) AU present joined in the Pledge to the Flag. 1. Mr. Greve moved Mr. Bauman 2nd to approve the minutes of the May 9 regular meeting as written. 6 yeas - 0 nays Motion carried. 2. Mr. Bauman moved Mrs. Schadt 2nd to approve the minutes of the May 9 Executive Session as written. 6 yeas • 0 nays. Motion carried. Mr. Morris, of the McHenry County Economic Development Committee addressed the Board regarding the Tax Abatement question. 3. Mr. Heavey moved Mr. Freeberg 2nd to approve pay¬ ment of the monthly agen(^ of bUls. Education - $10,112.90; OBM - $9,061.79; Transporta¬ tion - $6,239.20; Bond & Inter¬ est - $9,905.50. Yeas: Heavey, Freetierg, Schadt, Greve, Bau¬ man, and Zirk. Nays: None. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 4. Mr. Freeberg moved Mr. Bauman 2nd to go into Execu¬ tive Session for ^e purpose of discussing Personnel. Yeas: Freeberg, Bauman, Schadt, Greve, Zitk, and Heavey. Nays: None. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. The Board went into Execu¬ tive Session at 8:05 pm. 5. Mr. Heavey moved Mrs. Schadt 2nd to retum to Open Session. 6 yeas - 0 nays Motion carried. The Board retumed to Open Session at 9:15 pm. 6. Mr. Greve moved Mr. Bauman 2nd to spprove renewal of contract for: Barbara Ste¬ phens $4.40 per hour, 7 hrs/ day, 176 days Effective August 23, 1985, Shriley WUliams BS 30, Stip 6 (Vj time) Effective August 22, 1965. Yeas: Greve, Bauman, Schadt, Freeberg, Zirk, and Heavey. Nays: None. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 7. Mr. Bauman moved Mr. Heavey 2nd to accept the resignations of: Paul Monsma Effective June 5, 1985, Kathryn Pease Effective June 5, 1965 and Sanda PoweU Effective June 5, 1985. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 8. Mrs. Schadt moved Mr. Zirk 2nd to pass a resolution approv¬ ing Resignation and Eariy Re¬ tirement of Barbara Movers Effective June 5, 1985. Yeas: Schadt, Zirk, Greve, Freeberg, Bauman, and Heavey. Nays: None. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 9. Mr. Bauman moved Mr. Greve 2nd to approve Employ ment of: Dawn Judson, Jr. High School math/language arts, BS Step 4 Effective August 22 1985; Terry Awrey PE/Heahh, BS, Step 3 Effective August 22 1985; John Wheeler, Jr. High science, BS §12, Step U Effect ive August 22. 1985; SaUy Origer Cafeteria Cook $3.80/hr, 5^4 hrs/day 176 days. Effective August 23, 1985. Yeas: Bau man, Greve, Schadt, Freeberg, Zh-k, and Heavey. Nays: None 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 10. Mr. Freeberg moved Mrs Schadt 2nd to approve Extra Curricular Assignments for 1985-86. Yeas: Freeberg, Scadt, Bauman, Zh-k, and Heavey. Nays: Greve. 5 yeas - 1 nay, Motion carried. 11. Mr. Greve moved Mr. Bauman 2nd to bring off the table and (1 j Reject aU bids from tiie May 3, 1985, 10:30 am bid openhig, and (2) Accept the negotiated contract With Atias Continued on Page 2 Good Luck '^Miss Huntley 39 Pictured above is Farmside Editor Quin O'Brien presenting "Miss Huntiey - 1985", (Missy Reeves) with her good luck page and a check for $50. Missy wUl be representing Huntley in the McHenry County Queen Contest July 31st.
|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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