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SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 , Cl)t fluntkp Jfarms^ibe USPS 580-360 THURSDAY AUGUST 1,1996 - VOLUME 36, NUMBER 17 - HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS TvVENT&E 1996 McHenry County Fair Opens with 4-H Fashion Review By Emily Ruth Last Wednesday, July 24, the McHenry County Fair clothing judging began. Twelve of the Huntley Harvestors club members participated in the judging. In the judging you can either construct an outfit or purchase an outfit. With the fashion show and clothing judging you can become a state delegate as a model as well as best construction and best purchased garment. All of the Huntley Harvestors constructed their outfits and recieved at least one blue ribbon oul of two! Some of the larger awards ihe Harvestors won were by: Kim Jurs for stale delegate in Clothing I construction; Billy Edwards Merit Award for Clothing I construction; Jennifer Hahn for second siaie alternate for both Clothing II construction and modeling; and Eric Ruth state delegate for modeling and plaque. Also from Huntley, Susie Stiers of the Huniley Pioneers 4-H club won stale alternate for Clothing II purchased garment. Come to the fair diis week to see the rest of the 4-H projects displayed in Building C! Pictured in the 1996 4-H Fashion Review at the McHenry County Fair are; standing back; Caroline Edwards, Jenny Hahn, Megan Sunderlage, Krista Jurs, Kim Jurs, Stephanie Henning; middle: Kristen Sunderlage, Emily Ruth; bottom: Tim Hoeft, Nic Sawa, Billy Edwards, and Eric Ruth. Huntley Joins National Night Out On July 25, 1996 Village President James Dhamer and the Village Board of Hunllcy unanimously passed a Village Pro¬ clamation proclaiming Tuesday, August 6th, 1996 as "National Night Out 1996." The proclamation recognizes and supports the efforts of Ihc "Communities Against Gangs" and the crime prevention efforts of the Block Watch Groups of Huniley. On the evening of August 6lh between the hours of 7pm and 8pm residents are asked to turn on their outside lights and get oul lo meet their neighbors. The Police Deparlmcni will have officers available to mcei with ihe six organized Block Watch groups. This is the 13ih year that the "Naiionai Association of Town Watch" has sponsored this unicjue opportunity lo meet your neighbors. Lighting the outside lights has become synonymous with caring aboul what happens in your neighborhood. Anyone interested in organizing a Block Watch group should contact Ed Allison, Communities Against Gangs, at 312/226-7900 during the day or 847/669-0542 al home. Do You Have Huntley's Most Beautiful Yard? Huntley Park District and The Growing Scene, Inc. are sponsoring a "Beautiful Yard Contest" for Huniley residenis. This contest will spot light those residents that contribute lo the city atmosphere through their care and •luring of the plants in their d. Anyone whose mailing address is Huniley is eligible to enter the contest. Homeowners may stop by or call The Growing Scene, Inc. to register for the contest. Their address is 17009 Harmony Road, near Route 20, the phone number is 669-0023. Residents need to register by August 23. Judging will take place September 3 & 4. Gift Certificates from The Growing Scene, Inc. will be awarded for first, .second and third place. Pictures of winning yards will be published in the Huntley Farmside. Call and sign up today! Solarcrete/Magic Lantern Studios Breaks Ground In Huntley By Tracey Schwartz Representatives from the Village of Huntley, Solarcreie Energy Efficient Buildings, Magic Lantern Studios, Prudential Realty Services and Harris Bank Huntley broke ground last Friday in Bernat Industrial Park on Allison Court. Huntley Village President Jim Dhamer said he really appreciates this business and others that choose Huntley to locate in. "This is the kind of growth the Village really wants to promote." The new commercial building will be the new location for Magic Lantern Studios, currently on Manda Drive in Huntley. The marketing si xialist company will Continued on Page 2 Groundbreaking Pictured above from left: Bruce Kaplan and Dominic Minniti, The Prudential Premier Realty Services; Butch Ehrke, Village of Huntley Building Commissioner; Peter Konopka, Solarcrete Energy Efficient Buildings; Jim Dhamer, Village of Huniley President; Angel Vazquez, Magic Lantern Studios President, Maria Vazquez, Magic Lantern Studios GEO; Tom Zurowski and Marina Munoz, Magic Lantern Studios; and Laurence Saxe, Harris Bank Huntley. i..-*a. "SS. ¦-i,;-»..•,• »"TFlFTrw-ir»T'sr-r ¦;i%, v....i,^\,Jt'¦»¦%'"!
|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|