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fae 91ttntletf JTartnafiie Your Home Town Newspaper USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, JUNE 27,1985 VOLUME 26-NUMBER 13 ^i^ Olive Staadt - lioness of tibe Year Uoness Awards Dinner tm Mimur smcb ims Hctured above is the new "lioness of the Year", Olive Staam, who received her award from committee Chairman, Carol Weirich, atthe Awards Dinner held June 19. Olive is Lioness Treasurer, and has done one bang-up job. The "Lioness ofthe Year" is the highest honor given by the local club. Chairman of the "Lioness of the Year" committee, Carol Weirich, was the clubs Charter President and its first "Lioness of the Year." Others honored in the past include May Chesak, Karen Kohley and Francis Borhart. Congratulations Olivel Angie Day Variety Sliow July20tli. There is still time to enter the "Angie Day Variety Show" sdieduled for July 20th. Get your act together and start practicinng ao we can make this a successful event akmg with all the other successfiil events ofthe day. Entry blanks majr be obtained at t^e Paric OfBce,' the sdiool, the American Legion and from Betsey Warrkgton, Gail Wass¬ erstrass and Dr. Bunt. You may send your entries to anyone listed above. Come on - Get in ^be^actl yeaStttdi^ MakeMaiim Central Honor RoU Mahnn Central Catholic Hi^ Sdiool is proud to announce ^e The ft^wing students from the Hu|*tevu^area made the 2nd Se|iteater Honor Roll. HIGH HONOR ROU 3.4 & ABOVE Junior; William Dariing Junior; Laura Ann Ryaa Sophomore; Bemadette Dariing Gills, Girls Girls Daisys-Kg, Brownie8-lst-3rd, Giri Scoats-4-6, Cadettes-T-S; '¦ Registration wiU be held the same time, day and ^ace as the Elementary Sdiool registration. We need leaders for all levels. If we do not have the leaders we will not have meetings. We need 3 registered leaders for ead) level. Free trainings are available throu^ the Coandl office. For more information pleaae call - Janet Graff, 669-3658, Troup Organizer or Nancy Priegnitz, 669-5063, Neighbor¬ hood Chairman. Scholarsh^ Winners Annomiced The Huntley lioness held their Sdiolarship Drawing at tfae Town Picnic hi Deid:e Park on June 9th. The followhig is a list of the winners; _ fBill SichlrsQn,Mwraigo~ $100 i John Kayse, Woodstodt $75 Doug^Melahn^Elgi]! $50 David Carey, Eagon S25 Thanks to all iriw partidpated to make this fnad-raiser a success. The Hontley Lioness Wednesday, June 19th, the Huntley lioness Club held their annual awards dinner at Bill's Village Inn Banquet Hall hi Huntley. This dinner is held every year in June aa the presidents last official meeting befiore the new officers take over July 1. It gives the opportunity to tfae outgoing president to thank all her Uoness Officers and diaiimen who woriced so hard througlioat tfae year and give out attendance pins and other gifts. The president faitroduced guests and after presenting pfais was hoii(»ed by aQ tfae lioness witfa a Ceramic lion, complete witfa flowers and tbe foUowing letter; To Gall Wasserstrass, The President's Year, 1 July, 1964 to 30 June, 1985. Under your leadership, the Huntiey Lioness Qub had a fuU year of activities and charitable works. Our Scholarship Fund provid¬ ed SaCtO.OG for two Huntiey High School stMdents^to ftetfeer tliek education. Our Bingo, Sight and Soimd, aad Charitable accounts contrib¬ uted toward a blind diiid in Bensenville; established a fund for a Huntley gjri who needa a liver transf^ant; assisted in a study on local waate disposal (LEAQ; provided funds for a reading program for a local idiild; joined our Huntley Lions Club hi stoddng food baskets for local families; contributed to the Huntley Giri Scoots and to the i Huntley American Legion; and sent two Hontiey ED^ Sdiool i senion to Giris State. We had Hontiey lioness Rns ,made fat proodly wearing and/or tradbg at the Conven¬ tions, and oor fint Bingo Wmken' Party (9-19-84) was held at John Evans Ins. Kids' Piaydays (11-23-84 aad 3-22-85) and the Senk» Citizen Party (12-13-84) at tiie Hontiey Legion Hall oontinoed to be soccessful aad well attended^ There was an active Scfaolar¬ afaip RafQe (5-85) to take care of tiie F8ll'85; and Caramel Com Day (5-3-85) was well worked by the Lioness members. We contribated $768 to the Lions of nihiois Foundation. Our Hearing Aid Battery sales continue to help our local people obtain their batteries at cost. The Lion-Lioness Installation (5-11-85) and the Miss Huntiey Pageant (6-9-85) with four beautiful entrants, were han¬ dled tastefully, were well organized and well attended. We straggled tfaroogfa a period of low fonds wherein we dianged oor dieddng accounts to non-interest (service diarge waived) acooonta, aad becaose of earefol finaadal plaaalng aad very carefU speac&ig we have become mote solvent. In additfon to wfaat yoo have done for the Huatiey lioness Qub, you've used yoar contacts successfully to obtahi assistance and sponsorship for local persons and projects «iiich were beyond tfae capadty of oor group. We tfaank you for your term as President. All tfae Memben of the Huntiey licmess Qub June 19,1985 A board meeting was held before the dinner at wfaidi time tfae Huntiey Lioness voted to buy a new Aodfometer for the Huntiey School Distrid. This contribotion waa made possible by proceeds from Caramel Com Day. A percentage of these funds are sent to tfae lions of Illinois Foondation and tfae remainer aUows tfae Lioness to fiind "Si^t and Sound Projeds." Student Attends Leadership Camp Brian McDonald of Union, Ulinois from Huntiey Element¬ ary S«!ioo) wss seleded as a deieg^te to the Sommer Lea&rshlp Camp sp«Miaored by the !lMm>is Assodatfon of Junfor High Student Councils, held on Igg" per copy June 16-22, 1965. at East Bay Campgrounds, near Btoomiag- ton, Illinois. The purpose of tfae camp is to provide an opportonlty for tfae devefopment of leadership skills, trainhig for memben aad student coundl officen, as well as, providfaig for the peraoaal diarader growth (rf each student. The delegates work as memben of a mock student council, wfaere tfaey solve problems based on actiud sdiool situations, get ezperience in officer trahiiag, committee organization and membersh^ and leam skills for wotUag fai groups. Neariy 200 stodnits, representing jiufor hlg^ sdiools tfarooghoot the State of DUnois, partidpated in the Lesdership Camp. Let's An Support (4 Day'* July- 20tli. Franks Elected as State Treasurer Illinois Trial Lawyers Assodation Herbert H. Frsaks, Mareago attmney, was eleded this psst week as State Treasurer of the UUnois Trisl Lawyen Assodsttoa st Its annual omveation. Fraaks is the senfor partner hi the law firm of Frsaks ft ROer and mafaitains its offices at Marengo. The 2,300 member TTLA orgaaizatfon actively worics for tiie riglits of injured persons and b recognized as the most iafloential bst assodatfon fai nUnois leg^stive mstten. In additfon to his leadership role in the Trial Lawyen Associsttoa. Franks serves as Cfaairman of the Forest Hospital sad ss a diector of 2 baaks. He has served oa tiie Boatd of Msasgen of ITLA for the past 7 yean. Fraaks aad his wife Eileen ate the patents of 3 soas, David, 5aA. aadEU.
|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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