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iThe Euntlep USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1987 VOLUME 27-NUMBER 15 OFFICE PHONE 312-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy Miss McHenry County 1987 Fourteen candidates for Miss McHenry County 1987 have begun the quest for the crown worn by Jackie Courtney of Marengo. The 14 candidates met last week with Linda Borchart, chairman, to learn changes in judging because the Illinois Association of county Fairs has shifted its point scoring for the state contest. The change places more stress on stage presence and the interview with the judges and less on "face and figure," she said. Borchart, Huntley, listed the practice schedule for the candidates and explained plans for the preliminary judging on July 15 at Chapel Hill Golf Club. The candidates enjoyed an outing earlier this week at the Red Cloud golf benefit wihich featured celebrity sports , personalities in the fund¬ raiser. Candidates will also appear in area parades, including Founders Day at Algonquin on July 25 and McHenry Fiesta Day on July 26. In the drawing for order of appear¬ ance, Keri Lyn McCarthy, Miss Fox River Grove, drew No. 1. Here is the official order for appearances before the judges on July 15 and August 5: 1. Keri Lyn McCarthy, 16, Fox River Grove, daughter of Thomas and Karen McCarthy. Sponsored by the Fox River Grove Chamber of Commerce. 2. Debra DeMarco, 18, Miss Hebron, daughter of Tony and Judy DeMarco. Sponsored by the Hebron Business Asso. 3. Christine Lindstrom, 18, Miss Harvard, daughter of Joseph and Linda Lindstrom. Sponsored by Harvard Rotary Club. 4. Brooklynn Bean, 17, Miss Wonder Lake, daughter of Harlan and Karen Bean. Sponsored by Wonder Lake Chamber of Commerce and community organizations. 5. Wendy Gohl, 17, Miss Richmond, daughter of Larry and Dawn Gohl. Sponsored by Shear Beauty. 6. Nicole Chelini, 17, Miss Woodstock, daughter of Ben and Laura Chelini. Sponsored Continued on page 7 Huntley Traveling Team Captures First Place Title M t^^W^"^^: The traveling team defeated Elburn 7-5 to win the league championship. It was a very well played game with very few hits between the 2 teams. Leading the way for Huntley was Caleb Kittel who collected 3 hits including a double and home run. In addition. Brad Young came thru with 2 hits. Tim Basel and Caleb Kittel combined to pitch the team to victory. This was the 2nd year in a row and tiie 3rd championship in the last 5 years that the traveling team has won. Congratulations boys!!! Pictured above are members of the traveling team: Park Difitrirt Evpnt Talpriflar GIRL'S BASKETBALL CAMP Just a reminder to the girls who signed up for Huntley Park District's Basketball Camp! Grades 9-12 will attend July 20 - 24; 4:00-6:30 p.m. for grades 9 & 10 and 6:30-9:00 for grades 11 & 12. The balance of the registration fee is due if it hasn't already been paid. Grades 4-8 will attend Aug. 10 - 14. Call the park at 669-3180 for more informa¬ tion. SPORTS CAMP Huntley Park District is still looking for a few more participants for Sports Camp which will be held July 20 - 31 (Monday-Friday) from 9:00 - 3:00. The fee for the two-week session is $30.00. Mr. Gillette, high school P.E. teacher instructs participants in 7 different sporting events daily. Some of the sports to be covered are; archery, softball, basketball, flag football, tennis, shuffle board, track, ping pong, etc. Rain days will be held in the High School Gym. Bring a sack lunch cfc join in on the fun. Meet by the gym at the High School. To register, call 669-3180. MINATURE BOAT REGATTA This fim event is for ALL ages! Just bring a boat to Deicke Park in Huntley of any shape ic size (as long as it can be carried!). The launch location will depend on which way the wind is blowing! Categories are: Biggest & Smallest, Most Original Design ic Fastest. The date for the Regatta is Friday July 17 at 1:00. There is no fee! Call Huntley Park Dis¬ trict at 669-3180 for de¬ tails! ZANY OLYMPICS Come to this event, sponsored by Huntley Park District, for a whole day of fun it friendly competition! The date is Friday, July 31 from 10:00 - 1:00. Some of the wild ic crazy events include the javelin throw (with a drinking straw), discus throw (with a paper plate), shoe kick, grape catch il seed spitting contest (while eating watermelon)! Participants 6-12 years old will compete against other kids in their age divisions. Bring a sack lunch, drinks will be provided. The event is held in Deicke Park and the fee is $7.00 ($10.50 for non-residents of the Park *""--s^^ 1st Row: (L to R) Mike Brown, Don Farrell, Scott Fox, Dave Kearns and Gary Keesling. 2nd Row: (L to R) Bradley Sass, Coach Sass, Caleb Kittel, Tim Basel, Scott Walter, Chad Cox, Brad Young and Coach Drafal. " District). Register by July 24 by caUing the Park District at 669-3180. HUNTER'S SAFETY CLASS Hunting season will soon be here! The Hunter's Safety Class is a required course for individuals 16 years old ic younger who would like to hunt. Huntley Park District • will be sponsoring the class at Deicke Park on two consecutive Saturdays, Aug. 1 ic 8, 9:00 - 3:30. You must attend both classes to receive a certificate. The course covers information of firearms ic safety, hunter ethics, state regulations, wildlife conservation ic much more. Bring a sack lunch. There is a fee of $1.00. Register by July 27 by calling the Park District at 669-3180.
|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|