The Huntley Farmside
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tletr ^utm Your Home Town Newspaper USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24,1985 W VOLUME 26-NUMBER 30 312-66i|.^2r gRVPfoTHEPEOTLEOP HUNTLST SINCE 1960^^ Rick Sancedo Sings For ''Angie" 25c per copy Rick Saucedo, the fabulous "Elvis" impersonator, sang for the benefit of Angle Korotasz lest Sunday at the Moose Lodge in Woodstock. Rick and the band that travels with him, "The Ambassadors", put on a fabulous show. Rick does such a good job impersonating "The King" that at first it was hard to believe he was even singing (but he was). His actions and even his looks almost made you feel like it was really "ElvisI If you missed the show and have another chance to see Rick Saucedo and the Ambassadors, don't hesitate to do so. The show was sponsored by the Huntley Lions and Lioness and planned by the Angie Committee who turned out disappointed in the attendance. There were less than 100 people there to support the cause. The Angie Committee shouldn't feel too bad. They expected a large crowd when first booking the concert but when learning that Rick Nelson's Concert had been rescheduled from two weeks before to the same night, it was inevitable that the show would not bring the money they had thought. Rick Nelson appeared at Marian Central High School Sunday singing to 1250 delighted fans. His shows were at 4:30 and 7:30. Saucedo's was scheduled for 5:00. So, don't feel bad committee....you have succeeded with your every endeavor. To even break even with this one was a miracle considering your competition. Well over $70,000.00 is in the Angie Fund and THAT is somethbg to be proud of. Scliool Board Minutes Uoness News Penguin News • The regular meeting of the Board of Education of School District #158, Huntley Consoli¬ dated Schools, Huntley, Dlhiois was held in the High Sdiool buildhig on October 8, 1985 at 7:30 pm. The meeting was called to order by the President at 7:35 pm. Upon roll call the following memt>ers answered present: Mrs. Ahrens, Mrs. Schadt, Mr. Greve, Mr. Heavey, Mr. Bauman, and Mr. Zirit. Absent: Mr. Freeberg. All present joined in the Pledge to the Flag. 1. Mrs. Schadt moved Mr. Greve 2nd to approve the minutes of the September 26 regular meeting with correct¬ ions. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 2. Mr. Greve moved Mr. Heavey 2nd to approve the minutes of the September 26 Executive Session as written. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 3. Mr. Frank Adams, the new Director ofthe McHenry County Cooperative for Employment Education addressed the Board concerning the wotk. he is completing to develop a plan to submh to the State for establishmg a Regional Voca¬ tional Program in the County. 4. Mrs. Schadt moved Mr. Zirk 2nd to reimburse Imprest Fund the sum of S2,077.88 for total expenditures. Yeas: Schadt, Zbrk, Ahrens, Greve, Bauman, and Heavey. Nays: None. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 5. Mr. Zirk moved Mr. Heavey 2nd to approve the revised calendar for 1985-86. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 6. Mrs. Schadt moved Mr. Bauman 2nd to authorize the Superintendent and School Attomey to prepare documents for the sale of Tax Notes and to solicit quotations for the purchase of said Notes firom area financial institutions. 6 yeas • 0 nays. Motion carried. 7. Mr. Zirk moved Mr. Greve 2nd to approve an addhional staff position, G.S. Special Ed Aide, and allow the Superinten¬ dent to immediately take the necessary steps to fill the position. Yeas: Zirk, Greve, Ahrens, Schadt, Bauman, and Heavey. Nays: None. 6 yeaa - 0 nays. Motion carried. 8. Mr. Greve moved Mr. Zirk 2nd to retain Illinois School Consulting Service, Naperville, n. to conduct a comprehensive demographic study of factors likely to affect enrollment changes within the Huntley District #158, and report findings to the Board of Education, the cost of the study not to exceed 53000.00. Yeas: Greve, Ziric, Ahrens, Schadt, Bauman, and Heavey. Nays: None. 6 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 9. Mr. Heavey moved Mr. Greve 2nd to accept the request of Tom Michelsen to be released from his contract. Yeas:' Heavey, Greve, Ahrens, Sdiadt, Continued on Page 5 Sixteen members ofthe Hunt¬ ley Lioness attended their Octo¬ ber meeting at the American Legion. The meeting opened with the pledge and the shiging of the National Anthem. It was called to order by President Ariene Mattingly. Minutes were read by Secretary Fran Borhart and approved as read. Treasur¬ er's report was handed out and explained by Treasurer Olive Staadt. The committee, Marie Fettes and Susan Lamb, was thanked for arranging our party that was held for our September meeting at Hob Nob, Crystal Lske. 20 members enjoyed their evening. The Scholarship Moneymaker Committee, Joan Malahn, Bobbie Tessmer and Dorothy Schaller, reported that theu- project of selling candy to raise funds for our scholarships we give yearly was going well. We still have a few boxes left. All Lioness have bars to sell. The Sr. Citizen Christmas party committee, Beverly Hart¬ mann, Gwen Jensen and Carol Weirich, is planning the details for this event. It will lie held at the Legion, December 5, at noon. There will not be a Kid's Bingo during the Thanksgiving holiday. The club sang several songs throughout the evening with May Chesak at the piano. The meeting was closed with the singing of "God Bless Amer¬ ica." The Huntley Penquings are having their annual dsnce, on Nov. 2nd. We would like all our friends m Huntley to join us for the evening. Dance tickets will be available at the door. We have several door prizes and winners for our' cash raffle will be drawn that night. The music will be provided by the "Sands of Time", oome join us for the evening. Penquin meetings . are held the 1st and 3rd "rues, of each month at the American Legion. Membership is open to all snowmobiiers. The Penquins will sponsor a Safety Education dass at the Huntley Grade Sdiool, Nov. 12, 13 and 14th, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Call Ron Zirk to register at 669-5836. Township Official's Dinner Pictured above are offidals from Grafton Township and Huntley, who attended the Annual Township Offidals Dinner, held at the John Evans Inn in Crystal Lake. The guest speaker for the evening was Jim Edgar, Sec. of State, who gave a very inspiring speech on what he has done to increase the enforcement of the DUI law in the State of Illinois. A delidous Prime Rib Dinner was served. More pictures on inside page.
|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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