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the HUNTLEY FAKMSIDE-IUJNOIS THUISDAY, APHL 19,1984 he Buntletr FarttiBide f ^ USPS 580-360 Your Home Town Newspaper THURSDAY, APRIL 19.1984 VOLUME 25-NUMBER 3 3n:669.5^ 16 PAGES SEKVlrtO THE PBOrU OF HUKIIBY SINCE IMO 25c,perccHpy Confirmation Held The Rhe of ConfinrnHon was held «t the Trinity Ev. Lutheran Church of Huntley on Palm Sunday, April 15th, during the 10:30 am Worship Service. Rev. Charles W. Kittel confinn- ed the following young people: Christine Hope Brown, William John Connor, Heather Follman, Hello Ronnie Reh wishes to say "Hello" to everyone in Huntley. He enjoys visitors very mud>. He can walk around with the help of nurses. He is very trustworthy and patient in waiting for them. Patrick James Glenn, Joseph Edward Gray, James Elmer Harp, Amy Beth Henning, Troy Fredric Keesling, Todd David Manke, Dawn Marie Petropu¬ los, Rebecca Sue Sweeney, and Deborah Ann Zoellidt. Confirmation was also held at the Fltst Congregational Churdi He has always been very friendly and brave in his affliction and misses seeing people he knows. He is at Valley Hi Nursing Home at 2406 Hartland Rd. (off W. Hyw. 14) Woodatock. IL Grafton Board Lioness Carmel Busy in Huntley. The ft>llowtag young people were conflrmed; Ridiard J. Femali. James Frank Mahon, Amy Meyer, Tedd L. Ream, Todd L. Ream, James E. Reed, Richard A. Sherman, Jacqueline Ann Swanson, Ridiard Lee Swanson, Jr., David L. Wulf and Jon L. Wulf. 60098. If you can't visit him in the home, I'm sure he would enjoy a card or note from you. He wants to know what is going on in. Huntley. Frances Crowley A busy agenda faced the Grafton Board of Trustees on Thursday night at the regular monthly meeting. Following the regular business procedures. Road Commissioner Tessmer gave his report. There was 12.5" of snow and 1.6" of rain fbr the month of Mardi. Pre-Spring grading, late weath¬ er snow plowing and sanding of icy roads as well as black top patching was done during the month. Bid letting is oomfrtete and low bid for the 4.5 miles of matt overlay went to Geiske St Sons. Roads to be done, in part, are Union Rd., S. Lakevlew, Pauline, Delia, Teresa, Arthur, Martin, John, Haligas, Bard and Albrecht. Woit should be done by the middle of August. Assessor Brunsdion reported on Township Officials meetings she had and will attend. She explained bills that would drastically affect the assessed value in Grafton Township. The Assessor urged the board to contact their legislators in support of the bills that would be in favor of keeping assessed values intact, espedaUy those that would errode the tax base of the school districts. At 8 pm the regular meeting was temporarily adjoumed to hear requests for Revenue Sharing Funds. Requests were presented from 17 groups. Mr. Ruth. Supervisor, informed those present that this was only a hearing and that no decisions would be made at this meeting. June 14th will be the date for approval of the Revenue Shar¬ ing and Town Budgets. The regular meeting resumed at 8:40 pm. The board voted to retain the same law Arm and accounting firm for the upcom¬ ing year, llie meeting dates wiU also remain the same • at 7:30 pm on the second Thuraday of the month at the Grafton Township office building. The Supervisor then gave his report and further discussion waa held on bills being considered by the legislators that would affed the business of the Township. Huntley Soccer Teams Make Clean Sweep On Saturday, April 14. the Huntley Park DiMrkt Soccer League teams were vidorloos over teams firom Harvard St Marengo! In the under 8 division, the Hnntley Bea^es beat Harvard 13 • 01 In the under 10 divirioo, the Hontley Chargers beat Mareago 1 • 0 and the Huntley Gophet Goals beat Harvard 9 - 0. In the under 12 divirion. the two Huntley teams played eadi other b a very well nuttdied game wtth the final score heibig 1 - 0 widi team #2 beadng team #3 (theae teams have not diosen a name yet!) Com Day Friday May 4 The Huntley Lioness Club wilt give away carmel com and accept donations on Friday, May 4th and Saturday May 5th to raise funds to benefit the blind, visually impaired, deaf, and hearing impaiivd. "Our campaign will not only benefit those «^ are blind or deaf, but also will help support services to prevent blindness ahd deafoess and to restore sight and hearing", said Betty Ahrens, Carmel Cbrn Day chairman. Announcement of the fund¬ raiser was made by the chairman and by Bev Hutman, dub president. Other leaders of the campaign hidude Dorothy SchaUer, B^ Mattfaigly, Gwen Jensen and GiiU Wasserstrass. The women are seeking businesses and individuals wiU¬ ing to underwrhe the cost of the carmd com ao that "more money wUI be avaUable for direct programs for the blind and deaf," the president said. Funds raised during Carmel Com Day are used locaUy for vision and hearing services and statewide for a variety of sight and hearing related programs, including Camp Lions for vision and hearing impaired chUdren, an Eye Donor Registry to supply corneal tissue for si^t-restor- ing eye surgery. Used Eye^ass- es Colledions. a Used Hearing Aid Bank, mobUe heakh screen¬ ings, and other projeds. State¬ wide programs ftmded partiaUy by Caramel Com Day Proceeds are administered by the Uons of niinois Foundations, 7321 W. Lake St., River Forest, the charitable arm of the state's Lions Gubs. Easter Egg Hunt Saturday April 21 Don't forget, this Saturday. April 21st at 1 o'clock fai Deieke Park is the Easter Egg Hunt. Come and see the Easter Bunny and search for "Priie" eggs! This activity. eqiedaUy for ages pre-school through 4th ^de is sponsored by' the Huntley Park Distikt. For detaUs caD 669-3180 or 669-5573. Volunteers Wdcomel Huntley Bank Good Friday Hours The Lobby wffl be doaed fiom nocm to 4 pm in obaervaaoe of Good Friday. The Drive-op wffl be open regular hoots fkom 9to6.
|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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|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|