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ift Bttntletr JFarmside • i^ TTCDC con tiLrk GKAFTON TOWNSHIPS OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER — SINCE 1960 USPS 580-360 VOLUME 20NUMBER 12 THURSDAY. JUNE26. 1980 Phone 669-5621 16 PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 /_18^EKCC»Y UONESS HEARING UNIT FRISBEE & HULA HOOP CONTEST Pictured aliove are Lioness President Carol Weirich and Hearing Unit Chairman, Gail Hayes, presenting a check to the Hearing Unit Audiometric Technician, Howard P. Stephens last Monday, June 23. Mr. Stephens did a great job with his testing of Huntley residents. Lionesses Marge O'Brien, Frieda Lamb and Oltve^Staadt watched the presentation as did Lion Liason Officer, Dennis Rudsinski. Pictured are Mrs. Ann Borhart, Bernice Kalsow and Vera| ' Enstrom having their hearing tested in the Lion Van last Monday. Besides adults, one five year old girl was also tested. TRINITY CHURCH PICNIC Last Sunday, June 22, Trinity Lutheran Church heid their annuai' picnic at Deicke Park's upper pavilion. Over 200 people attended the church service and picnic. This year a lot more games were added to include the adults and young people of the church. Pastor Kittel not only announced many of the games but he and hia wife, Sue, took part in them. Continued on Back Page KTTE WORKSHC CANCELLED The khe workshop that was scheduled to be held on Saturday, Juiie 28 at Deicke Park has been cancelled. PARKOISTRIGT DANCE CLASSES The Huntley Park District will be sponsoring dance classes for children ages 4 & up starting on Tuesday evening, July I from 7 - 8 pm at the First Congregational Church. The sessions will be weekly through August 5. The lessons will consist of ballet and/or tap dancing. There will* be jazz dance classes for ages 12 & up on Friday afternoons from 1:00-2:00 pm July 11 through August 15, also at the church. Clothing required for the ballet & tap classes are leotards k tight & ballet and/or tap shoes. For the jazz class you wilt need leotards k tights and something "non-slip" for your feet. The cost for both classes is $6.00. You may register at the first session or else call Betsey Warrington at the park during regular office hours at 669-3180 or at home at 669-5573. The instructor for the classes is Tracy Vancano. VOLLEYBALL A TETHERBALL The Huntley Park District has recently obtained 3 volleyball sets k 2 tetherball games. To use any of this equipment just i get 8 or more friends together 4 for volleyball and 3 or more for tetherball and come on out to Deicke Park between the hours of 8:00 am k 4:00 pm on weekdays and either'Larry Kahl or Mart: Yurs will set them up fbr you. To use them on the weekends, call the park at 669-3180 during the regular office hours on Wednesday from 9:00-11:00 am or on Saturday from 10:00-noon. The games are alao available to people who have reaerved te shelters for picnica juat add them to your reaervation application which nuy be obtaiaed at the part crfBiie. Last Saturday, in a lovely, peaceful settTngTthe Huntley Park District held a hula hoop and frisbee contest at Deicke Park under the direction of Betsey Warrington. A small group of young people competed. Everyone who attended received a frisbee. Those who won received money or a fancy frisbee. The winners were: Continued on Page 4 OPEN HOUSE FOR VERA ENSTROM Pictured above ia Vera Enatrom with her sons Don and Dick and her daughter, Fkwence at an Open Hooae held for her laat Sunday, June 22nd at the Hnntley American Legion. A large turnout came to wlah Vera well oa her SOth Birthday. She received many carda and gifta.
|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|