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Hutitleti BTarmaiHe ORAFTON TO~^<HIP'S OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER -SMCE I960 USPS 580-360 VOLUME 23-NUMBER 20 THUJRSDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1983 /^ pA.^a^ SERVnto THE PEOPLE OP HUNTLEl au. 9>r PER COPY Huntley Park District i Aerobics HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC SCHEDULE FOOTBALL Take the drudgery out of getting fit by joining our Aerobics Gasses. Come and make new friends while )rou Scot* 9 ""^^^ ^^ *** music. The ¦^ . emphasis in the class is WinnebaSO • Away toward improving neaabUhy. ^ muscle tone and your cardio- Scpt* 17 vascular system. Classes start * Sept. 7th. and continue on a S. Beloit Away momwy basis. " Classes meet: Momings. 10 Sept* 24 ^-'"' ^'° " a.m.. Mon. and * Wed. Evenings, 7:30 p.m. to Richmond • Away S^O p.m.. Mon. and Wed. '' Over 40, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 Oct. 1 P*"- Wed. . Moming classes are held at Hampsliire Away the ist. congregational * *^ Church. A baby shter is Oct* T provided for an additional fee of 75 cents per child. Evening North Boone *• •••••• Home classes and over 40 classes are held at St. Mary's Oct* 22 Catholic Church. You may register at the Ist. class Valley Luth .-Homecomins Home session. The fee is sio.oo per •' ^ month and you may attend as Oct* 28 many sessions as you'd like. Classes are continuous year Central ..... ..... . . . Home l around with a short break at Christmas and in the summer. N^OV 4 '^'"' "^''e information you may ^^jj Huntley Park Dist. at Sandwich-Parents Nisht Home 669 3180 during regular omce ^ hours of; Mon. & Wed. 9 - Nov. 9 '•^ °'' ^** '^ *•* '^• Regionals \ September 6 Tax Deadline Gary W. Verdung, McHen¬ ry County Treasurer wishes to remind all real estate tax payers that the second installment will be due on Tuesday, September 6, 1983. The first faistallment was due on June 6,1983. The annual delinquent tax sale will be held October 31. 1983 and the special property scavenger sale will take place the next day on Novemberl, 1983. To avoid the taxes being sold, delinquent InsuUments must be paid by Friday, October 28, f983. "Every taxpayer shoukl carefully read the badi of the tax bill for detailed payment instructions. Also, failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt anyone from the obligation of paying real estate taxes and any applicable penalties" Verdung stated. The Treasurer's Office at the Courthouse may be reached by calling the Taxpayer Assistance Line at 815-338-6403. As of August 15th. , S44,80S,808.68 has been collect¬ ed and distributed to McHetiry County's taxing districts. The total amount of real estate taxes to be collected this year amounts to $80,055,042,38. School in the couaty will receive 69.8<K or SSS,839.426.36: Otlca and Villages receive 8.6% or S6.911.196.95; McHeaiy County leceive* 7.7% or $6,172^2.01: Townships recehre S.8% or S4.664,664.96: Pire DistrkU receive 3.6% or 82,863.653.72; 'park aad ConaervatkNi IHatflctv VOLLEYBALL Sept. 1 North Boone Away Sept. 6 Richmond Away Sept. 8 Hampshire Away Sept. 15 North Boone Home Sept. 19 Harvard Away Sept. 20 Valley Luth Home Sept. 22 Central Home Sept. 27 Sandwich Home Sept. 29 Richmond Home Oct* 4 Hampshire .***..** Home Continued on Page 2 P*T.O* Cash Giveaway This is one raffle where you really can't lose. Either you'll win $2500, $1000, $500. or you will have made an investment in the children of Huntley. Computer Education is a must for any well-rounded curriculum, but h is inipossi- ble to teach Computer Science without computers. That is why the PARENT TEACHER ORGANIZATION is running a cash giveaway raffle. We hope to raise at least $5000 to purchase contputers for the District. To date, we are elated at the response we have received from the community. Most people we talk to seem to t>e aware that we must begin to take a more active role in our chUdren's education; and this is one way to do it. Your support of thia raffle wili insure that needed equipment can )>e supplied so that our children can receive the "hands on" experience they will need to be competative in oollege and the job market. If you would like more information about the raffle and how you may purchase your'ticket, contact either Don King at 669-5202 or Donna Heavey at 669-5636. Variety Show And Spaghetti Dinner The First Congregational Church of Huntley will be presenting a Variety Show along with a Spaghetti Dinner on October 7th. Watch for further details. Letter of Thanks Huntley Merchants, We, the members of Early Times Street Rod Club would like to thank ynu for your generous gifts to our August 14. rod run. Your support added to the success of our run, at which we had over 180 cars. Thank you again. Early Times Street Rods Booster's Club Meeting Scheduled The next meeting of the Huntley Athletic Boosters will be Wednesday, September 7th. The meeting will be held at the Huntley American Legion at 7:30 PM. All members and all interested in becoming members are invited to attend. Notice Huntiey Park District Office ,wiU be dosed Ubor Day weekend.
|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|