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THURSDAY, JULY 18.1985 VOLUME 26 - NUMBER 16 ;2 MjI^-^^^ Yomr Home Town Newspaper USPS 580^360^ ?2I OT HUMTunr sajKS i«w "ANGIE DAY" July 20th. in Downtown l-luntley ^The events listed below will be held on the Square in Huntley unless specified elsewhere. TIME EVENT SPONSORINQ ORGANIZATION 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 10:00 A.M. 10:00 A.M. 10:30 A.M. 11:00 A.M. % 3:00 P.M. 8:00-Midnight 10:00 P.M. FUN RUN GAR WASH BAKESALE DOLL DRAWING DOLLDRAWING& CRAFT TABLE BEVERAGE TENT AUCTION FOODTENT BINGO DUNK TANK T^HIRTSALESr BUTTONS & BUMPER STICKERS POPCORN SMOKE-DETECTOR DRAWING EVERY HOUR CUT-A-THON (haircuts) CLOWNS & BALLOONS BED RACE FUN THINGS FOR KIDS BLOOD PRESSURE AND DIABETES SCREENING VARIETY SHOW HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT STREET DANCE CAR DRAWING 1986 Rymouth Reliant Donated by Coils, inc. Huntley Park District Check-In time from 7:45 Huntley Music Students Held at Grade Schooi Trinity Lutheran Church Huntiey Senior Citizens Huntley Penguins Snowmobile Qub Huntiey American Legion & Auxiliary Unit Huntley Lions and Coils, inc. Huntiey Lioness Club Huntiey Jaycees McHenry County Sheriff's Deptartment Hunttey Athletic Boosters Qub Huntiey School Dist #158 Huntley Fire Dept. Tanya Testorl-Elgin Bernie Bear & Crackers TheCiown Huntley Jaycees Huntiey PTO Memorial Hospital of Woodstock Huntley Park District & Schooi District #158 Huntley Am. L.egion Huntley Lioness Club Music by the fabulous "DYNAMICS" Huntiey Lions & Lioness Clubs &. other civic organizations The at)ove organizations have united together to help Angie Korotasz, a 19 year old young lady, who Is In need of a liver transplant. All proceeds from this fund raising project will apply toward the expensive surgery she will undergo when a suitable liver is available. ||we urge everyone to support' 'Angle Day'' in Downtown Huntley. Angle Day Bake Sale Saturday, July 20th from 10 am to 2 pm in the Huntley Square (downtown). Please donate baked goods or your help. The baked goods should be wrapped and priced by 9 am, July 20th. For information call Ruth Kahl at 669-5697 or Chris Follman at 426-4324. All proceeds will go toward the money needed for Angie Korotasz' liver transplant. Music Stadents To Hold Car Wash For "Angle" Jalty 20(k wB be tk> Ibat of tiHM ear waahet spaiMarsd by the YbaiAKij Maaic Stadaata. It will be held at the Huntley Junior Hig|i School from 9 am to ^ssmmmmmsaBaoBammmBSKma 1985 from 3:00 - 7:00 P.M. Many donors are needed and requested. More infonnation will be given next week. Angle Day Variety Show Scheduled On Saturday, July 20, better known as "Angle Day", there will be a Variety Slww held at the Huntley American Legion from 3 - 5. During tfae show you will be entertahied by local talent who have generously donated their time for this worthy cause. Donations will be accepted ftom tfae audience with all proceeds going to the Angie Fund for angie Korotasz's liver transplant expenses. Among tfae vocal acts are: Kiane Gumett, Cris Manley, Vickie Jaoobsen, Tanya Pupich, Lany Warring¬ ton, and Ruth Kafal. Tanya Pupich will perform a dance number and some instrumental numbers will be performed by Jan Korotasz, Kim DrafaU, Lee Mansfield, the Sr. Citizen Band, Mike Urband and his banc, and John Ryan and his group, Champignol. The whole day is sure to be one that you won't want to miss! Date Of Tennis Toumameni "^IgFpercopy Changed The Tennis Tournament sponsored by Huntley Paric District will be faeld on Monday-Sat. evenings, July 22-27 with Wednesday, July 24 being added if necessary. Tfae tournament was originaUy scheduled to be held on July 13. Registrations wUl be accepted until July 19. the fee is $10.00. Trophies wOl be awarded b two ase divisions: 13-16 years and 16 years and over fbr 1st, 2nd, 3rd and consolation. To register. caU the park offlce at 669-3190 during regular ofBce faours on weekdays 9:00 - 3:00 or Sat. 9:00 -12:00 (dosed Tuesdays) Legion and Aiudllaiy Stffl Seeking Auction Items There is stiU time to donate an auction item for tfae "Angie Day" auction. AU items may be brought to the Legion anytime before Saturday. If there is need for a pick-up you can caU tfae foUowmg numbers 742-85% or 669-8485. Landfill Appeal Hearing Scheduled Opponents to the proposed landfUl on route 47 one mUe and one half north of Huntley advise residents that an appeal hearing will be held on July 25 at 10:00 AM at the McHenry County Court House in the board room. The group urges everyone to attend. A spokes¬ man said that they "stiU could sneek this through if we ICose interest. Dynamics To Play At Street Dance Teens Welcome 3 pm with AIX proceeds going to "Angie". Tfae remaining car wasfaes wiU be August 3rd and August 17th with proceeds going to faelp tfae uniform fund. Donation: $2.00 for cars and $4.00 for pldt-ups and vans. Blood Drive The semi-annual Blood Drive of the Aurora Area Blood Bank wUl be held in the Social Hall of the First Congregational Church on Tuesday, July 30, Pictured above are the fabulous "Dynamics" as tfaey played in the Schwabenfest Parade last Saturday in Union. The "Dynamics" have Let the Good Times RoU at the SO's dances every year at the American Legion and have packed the house. Now they wiU be appearing at the "Angie Day" Street Dance on July 20th. The dance wUl start at 8 PM. Admission wUl be $3.00 per person, $5.00 per couple. We hope that the TEENS in tfae area come and join us for an evening of fun and dancing! 11 AU proceeds to go toward Angie's liver transplant.
|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|