The Huntley Farmside
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Your Home Town Newspaper mifgm'360 'V- «^^^^ THURSDAY, MAY 15,1986 VOLUME26^MBER7 ^""^^SK!^!^ 312-669-5621 serving the peom-e of huntley since i960 2ScDercoDy Lion - Lioness Installation Bike/Walk A-Thon For Cystic Fibrosis The time is fast approaching for the Bike/Walk-A-Thon for Cystic Fribrosis on Saturday, May 17th, at your convenience between 9 am and 5 pm. Come when you can and stay as long as you can. It is important that you pick up your sponsor forms and begin to secure pledges for the number of laps or miles (or a flat pledge) you will bike or walk on the 17th. The divisions of participation are trikes (big- ¦vheels); bicycles; or legging it. There will be a course for each. SPONSOR FORMS are avaUable at the post office informational counter, either office at the grade or high schools, or call Charles Kittel, area chairman for C.F., at 669-5735. The more pledges and amounts commit¬ ted, the more valuable your laps and miles. The success of CF. research is directly related to the funds received. So, do your part and be a part of the fight against CF. as a parttcipaot pr sponsor. Art Display At Town Picnic Area artists are invited to display their works at the Town Picnic in Deicke Park on Jun< 29. For more information and tc reserve a space call the Pari District at 669-3180 or Betsey Warrington at 669-5573. Hmitley Memorabelia Wanted For Town Picnic Any one who has any!' pictures, newspaper articles, or any other items of interest conceming the history of Huntley, is invited to bring their displays to the Town Picnic on Sunday, June 29. For more information call the park office at 669-3180 or Betsey Warring¬ ton at 669-5573. ' Himtley Lioness Scholarships Available The Huntley Lioness Club is again offering two scholarships to college students of the Huntley area. To qualify first, they must have qualified and completed 4 or more semester credits at a Jr. College and/or major college/university and being in or entering a major college or university. For more details and applications, please contact our Scholarship Committee: Ch. - Dorothy Schaller - 669-5010, Phyllis Brettschneider 669-5768, and Bev Hartmann - 428-7516 Continued on page 5 r ^'-s , "! ?f. ***» ^m m^ w^ Last Saturday, May 10th, the Brettschneider, Secretary; Hansen, immediate Past Presi- Gumett, 2nd Vice. Huntley Lion and Lioness Qub Gwen Jensen, President; Bob dent and Director; Gordon The new officers were held their joint installation at Ostamer, Installing Officer; Ed Schultz, 1st Vice; Ron Zirk, installed after a delicious meal the American Legion. Hartman, President; Dick Koh- Treasurer; Back row: Arlene served by the Legion Auxiliary. Officers installed from left to ley. Secretary; Middle row: Mattingly, immediate Past Following the installation of right are: front row; Olive Karen Kohiey, Director; Robin President and Director; Chuck officers. The Elgin Minute Men Staadt, Treasurer; Mary Ann Spiniolas, 2nd Vice; Dorothy Dammyer, Director; John Matt- of Harmony entertained to the Peletz, 1st Vice; Phyllis Dammyer, Director; Warren ingly. Director; and Darryl delight of all. Public Invited To Dedication On May 1$, 1986 the public is invited to witness the dedication of the Huntley High School Ag room to Mr. Henry Marlowe. This will begin at 7:30 at the beginning of the monthly board meeting. Refreshments will be served following the dedication in the Agroom.
|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|