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.feoJ- ^..\y If E iiuntleti BTarmsUie Y«„.u ^....-*r..^._ USPS5«a-360_ Your Home Town Newspaper THURSDAY, MARCH 27.1986 VOLUME 26-NUMBER 52 ariiDini.irsMaiHia- 25c tiS5***5fR Easter Bonnet Contest At Lioness Meeting Lioness Meetings are not all boring business and charity woA. Sometimes the Lioness take time out for "fun and games". At the March meeting the lioncns held a Easter Bonnet Contest and pictured above are the winners. May Chesak (center) won her prize for the Prettiest Hat; Robin Spiniolas (right) won for the "most original" aad Betty Mattingly for the "craziest". Pictured right are the all the Lioness who entered the contest. They paraded around the Legion singing "Easter Parade". Anyone wishing to join fai the fun, the charity woA and the business may contact any lioness fbr information. School Board Minutes The regular meeting of the Board of Education of Schoo! District #158, Huntley Donsoli- dated Schools, Huntley, Illinois was held in the High School Building on March 13, 1986 at 7:30 pm. The meeting was called to order by the President at 7:36 pm. Upon roll call the following members answered present: Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Schadt, Mr. Heavey, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Bauman. Absent: Mr. Greve and Mr. Freeberg. All present joined in the pledge to the flag. 1. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mrs. McDonald 2nd to approve the revised minutes of the February 27 regular meeting as written. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. ^2. Mr. Miller moved, Mrs. McDonald 2nd to approve the minutes of the February 27 executive session as written. 4 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 3. Mr. Heavey moved, Mr. Miller 2nd to approve the proposal to purchase from Radicom, Inc. a base station and 8 Johnson radios for the buses. Yeas: Heavey, Miller, McDon¬ ald. Nays: Schadt. Pass: Bauman. 3 yeas -1 nay -1 pass. Motion carried. 4. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mr. Bauman 2nd to approve the High School summer remodel¬ ing projects for 1986. Yeas: Schadt, Bauman, McDonald, Heavey, Miller. Nays: None. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 5. Mr. Bauman moved, Mrs. McDonald 2nd to approve the request to the ISBE to provide one textbook per student at no cost to the district. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 6. Mr. Heavey moved, Mrs. Schadt 2nd to approve the following employment of per¬ sonnel: Joe Manning, summer custodian, C. William Leggee, summer custodian, and Wayne Blake, summer custodian. Yeas: Heavey, Schadt; McDonald, Miller, Bauman. Nays: None. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 7. Mr. Heavey moved, Mr. Bauman 2nd to approve the resolution of non renewal for Barbara Stephens. Yeas: Hea¬ vey, Bauman, McDonald, Schadt, Miller. Nays: None. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 8. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mr. Heavey 2nd to accept the proposal of National School Towel Service to provide towel service for the 1986-87 school year. Yeas: Schadt, Heavey, McDonald, Miller, Bauman. Nays: None. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 9. Mr. Heavey moved, Mrs. McDonald 2nd to approve the following graduation dates: May 30 - Sth Grade Graduation, and May 31 - High School Graduation. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 10. Mr. Bauman moved, Mrs. McDonald 2nd to approve June 4 as the last day of the 1985-86 school year. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 11. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mrs. McDonald 2nd to approve IHSA Membership and Dues of S25.00 for 1986-87. Yeas: Schadt, McDonald, Heavey, Miller, Bauman. Nays: None. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 12. Mr. Miller moved, Mr. Heavey 2nd to approve the public notice allowing the Superintendent to receive bids for custodial supplies. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 13. Mr. Heavey moved, Mr. Miller 2nd to approve the public notice allowing the Superinten¬ dent to receive bids for light bulbs. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Motion carried. 14. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mrs. McDonald 2nd to adjoum at 10:51 pm. 5 yeas - 0 nays. Meeting adjoumed. Area Youths invited To Join The Guardsmen Drum and Bugle Corps The Guardsmen Drum^ & Bugle Corps is inviting youths between 14 and 21 years of age who play a musical instrument or have experience with Color Guard, Baton, or Dance to try out for membership in the Corps. The Guardsmen are based in Schaumburg, but members come from throughout the Chicago Area. The Guardsmen are a private not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide musical and marching training. Since Dmm and Bugie Corps is a highly competitive activity, this training is done in an atmosphere that is both fun and challenging. All instruments and uniforms are provided and the Corps* eleven highly qualified instractors provide the best training available. This summer the Guardsmen will travel throughout the Midwest, competing in over 25 contests along with and again.«t the finest high school and college musicians in the country. The Guardsmen are members of Drum Corps Midwest (DCM) by virtue of finishing in the top twenty corps at tlie DCM Championship held at Northem Illinois University in DeKalb last summer. This year their season begins at the Harvard, IL Contest on May 31st and concludes at the Drum Corps Intemational Champion¬ ship to be held at the University of Wisconsin in Madison the week of August 11th - 16th. The Guardsmen offer a summer of excitement, fiiend- ship, travel and commitment in one of the most exciting activities available anywhere. For membership information, call the 24 hour ittumber 980-4429 or write to Guards¬ men, P.O. Box 94863, Schaum¬ burg, IL 60194. Oothhftg Sale Spring has SprungI It's time to clean the kids closets and change the fall and winter clothes to spring and summer ones. Now's the time to sign up forthe Children's Clothing Sale and make some money from the clothes your children have outgrown. Date of sale is Saturday, April 12th from 9 am to 3 pm. If you wish to sell clothes you must register at the Grade School Office and get tags to price your items with. You tag and price your own clothes and ifie Booster Qub will sell them. You receive 70% of sale price, Boosters receive 30%. Clothes must be in good condition with no rips or stains. All clothes will be checked for quality condition to insure the best possible buys on next to new clodies. So mark you calendar and come to the sale. For uiformation, call Lil at 669-5847 or Winnie at 669-5840. Root Beer & Pretzel Concert Pictured above is Rick Qavey who plays the drums in the Sdraol Jazz Band with other talented members. The band put on a show at the Root Beer and Pretzel Concert last Thursday to the delight of all. This picture was taken after the concert because Ride was unable to be seen behind all his drums. Unfortunately, this was the only picture that came out good enough fbr reproduction. The next music concert will be held May 20th. Try to attend, we have many talented teens xn the Huntley School Disfrict.
|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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