The Huntley Farmside
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f hE Eutitlep Jarmsik USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1990 VOLUME 30 - NUMBER 20 OFFICE PHONE 708-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy Library Awards Prize To Jamie Heckl *\S04s Jamie Heckl of Huntley was the winner of the drawing held by the Huntley Library District. During Huntley's Sidewalk Sale, Aug. 11, many, many people, young & old, dropped in a slip for the drawing while sipping lemonade at The Library District's Lemonade Stand. The Prize was the New York Public Library Desk Reference Book. The lemonade and the book were donated to the newly established Huntley Library District. The Winner Is . . . Jamie Heckl of Huntley! The book contains reference information on a incredible assorment of subjects; people, places, animals, plants, planets, law, etc. Jamie was already planning how she could use all that information when she enters 5th grade with Miss Lawlor this fall. Friends Of The Library The Friends will be meeting 7:00pm, Tuesday, Sept. 11, in the Grade School Media Center. We will be planning a used book sale to be held this fall. We welcome your ideas and efforts. Donated books, cassette tapes and records may be deposited at the Huntley Country Store at this time. If you need pick-up service please call Anne at 815-923-4656. Proceeds will benefit the summer reading program and other projects being developed. Please join us to volunteer and share ideas. Huntley Area Library Huntley Area Library Board Meeting The Huntley Area Library Board meeting was held on August 8, 1990, at 7:30 p.m. at the Huntley Park District Board Room. The meeting was called to order by the board president, Mr. Ruth. The following members were present: Mr. Borhart, Mrs. Crabill, Mr. Drendel, Mrs. Kloempken, Mrs. Kohley, Mr. Ruth, Mrs. Sheets. Mr. Drendel Bioved, Mrs. Sheets A Taste Of Fitness Huntley Park District is once again offering "A Taste Of Fitness" the week of August 27-30. You are invited to come to the Deicke Recreation Center and Try out any (or all!) of our fitness classes, especially designed by our fitness director, Donna Heavey, free of charge!! The classes are: BENCHSTEPPING: 8a.m. T&Th 9a.m. M&W 6:20 p.m. M&W The latest gentle-to-the- joints aerobic technique guaranteed to give you a high We Took 1st Place The Huntley's Traveling Team won first place in their Conference. Here the boys are displaying their trophies, after a great picnic at Deicke Park. Thanks so much to Coach Sass and Assistant Coach Drafall for their time and patience with the boys throughout the season. Also, a special thanks to the Huntley American Legion for sponsoring the team. We really appreciate all you have done. seconded to approve the minutes of the July meeting as written. 7 yeas, 0 nays. Motion carried. Financial report: Mr. Borhart gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Sheets moved, Mrs. Kloempken seconded to approve payment of bill to the Huntley Farmside. 6 yeas, 1 pass, 0 nays. Motion carried. Committee reports were given. Mr. Borhart moved, Mr. Drendel seconded to have Mr. Smith write a letter of intent. 7 yeas, 0 nays. Motion carried. Mrs. Kloempken reported that the Friends of the Library will be meeting soon to make plans for the fall. Old Business: Mrs. Kohley reported on the negotiations with the Crystal Lake Library as our host library. Mrs. Kohley will continue meeting with Crystal Lake and report back to the board in September. A committee of Mrs. Sheets, Mr. Drendel, and Mrs. Kleompken was named to set qualifications for future librarians and to view resumes. Mr. Drendel reported that our request for city developer donations was passed by the Huntley City Council. New Business: Levy Hearing was held at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Kohley moved, Mrs. Sheets seconded to close the levy hearing. 7 yeas, 0 nays. Motion carried. Mr. Borhart moved, Mrs. Kloempken seconded to ratify the budget and to publish it. 7 yeas, 0 nays. Motion carried. Mrs. Crabill moved, Mr. Drendel seconded to adjourn the meeting. 7 yeas, 0 nays. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned. level fat-burning, muscle conditioning workout! MUSCLE CONDITIONING: 8a.m. UitVf 11:30a.m. it 12:15p.m. M,T,W&Th 7:10p.m. M&W Shape and tone muscles using weights, tubes, power bands it body resistance. LIGHT it LIVELY: (S5-I-) lOa.m. M,W&Th Exercise for the more mature muscle. LIGHT it LIVELIER: (45+) 5:30p.m. M&W Exercise for the mature muscle (some floor work). FITNESS PLUS: 9a.m. T&TH Exercise for fat loss. You have to be at least 25 pounds over fat to join this special program. ABDOMINALS it MORE: 5:45p.m T&TH Strenghthen and tone your abs and your back. MOMS it TOTS: lOa.m. T Moms exercise with your tots. Babysitting is available during the a.m. classes. Please call by Aug. 25 to let us know when you will need a sitter. 669-3180. Cost is $1.00 per child. Huntley's Traveling Team displaying their 1st place trophies after a great picnic at Deicke Park. "iii<ll!
|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|