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SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 Ki^t Muntltv fwtrn^M UPS 580-360 THURSDAY JUNE 27, 1996 - VOLUME 36, NUMBER 12 - HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS TWENTY-FIVECENTS 'Q Huntley Lions Install New Officers Huntley Factory Huntley Lioness Install New Officers Shops Craft Show ' -1 . ' ^<^H •^¦"IP . 'P^il ¦ ti «: i M Jm wl .E''^" Jm Wm% 1 JHf ma'il ill mt-^mUm ^^^¦H ii»illM«£.i>J^^^HI^^H T^ " "c"-" \~' ^ kI' ^ % Ijfc; ^^t|WA ^ j^jiii|y| ii'iiiiiiiiili ¥y^i^Mi tflr ' vH jIm! 'iM By Joyce Liput, Lioness Huntley Lions braved the cold blustery weather on Saturday, June 8, for then- officer installation picnic in Deicke Park. Pictured are (1 to r) Del Borhart, treasurer; Rusty Warner, tail twister; Steve Doyle, retiring president/incoming director; Dan Ziller, director; Leo "the lion" Smith, installation officer; Chuck Walsh, incoming president; and Darryl Gurnett, incoming 2nd vice president. Officers not pictured are Jack Todd, 1st vice president; Pat Walsh, 3rd vice president; Norm Brettschneider, secretary; Jim Henry, lion tamer; Darryl Schultze, director; and Dick Kohley, director. Huntley Harvestors Picnic By Megan Sunderlage Current members as well as ?lumni from the Huntley ^^^Jarvestors 4-H Club took part in the anniversary picnic held at Deicke Park on June 13. Approximately 150 people enjoyed an old-fashioned picnic dinner of fried chicken, salads and homemade pies. The Huntley Harvestors Club is celebrating their 70th Anniversary. The club is the oldest 4-H club in McHenry County and one of the oldest clubs in the state of Illinois. The picnic agenda included dinner as well as an opportunity for current and past members to introduce themselves. Everyone shared their fondest memories of 4-H related activities and past club leaders explained how 4-H projects differed from present day project choices. Past leaders were gratified that the 4-H tradition has been carried on and current members looked through 4-H photo albums firom past decades. We were very pleased with the picnic attendance and were fortunate enough to have alumni from as far away as New Jersey! Thank you to everyone who attended and made the Harvestors Picnic Continued on Page 2 The Huntley Factory Shops, located south of Huntley on Rt. 47 just north of the 1-90. will host a Craft Show and Sale Friday, June 28, 10am-6pm; Saturday, June 29, I0ani-6pm; and Sunday, June 30, llam-6pm. Among the 150 quality crafters and 67 outlet stores planned for the Huntley Factory Shops Craft Show will be several creative Huntley crafters. Jeannette Choin will show her fabric holiday door and wall hangings, reversible vests for women and children, and doll clothes. Sandra Doerge will have birdhouses, mailboxes and baskets. Wendi Lesniak and Cris McGinley will show tole painted wood including dolls, cats, dogs and household items; fabric crafts including dolls, cats, horses, rabbits and other critters; and small clay cats and rabbits. Jerry and Chris Weinert will present their unique glass cacti, Christmas trees and crosses. Huntley Basket Dealers To Aid Cancer Society A fundraiser to aid breast cancer research will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Huntley from 2-4pm on Sunday, June 30, and again on Monday, July 1, from 7- 9pm. There will be speakers, informational handouts, drawings for free gifts, and drawings for free mammograms. The Longaberger ® Company is teaming up with the American Cancer Society to help fund breast cancer research and education. The company donates $2.00 from the sale of each Horizon of Hope^" Basket A group of local Independent Longaberger® consultants will bring this campaign to Huntley June 30 and July 1. Susan Lamb, Fundraiser Continued on Page 6 By Joyce Liput, Uoness Huntley Lioness braved the cold blustery weather on Saturday, June 8, for their officer installation picnic in Deicke Park. Pictured 1 to r) are new Huntley Lioness officers Olive Staadt, treasurer; Marie Fettes, director; Ruthann Nystrom, president; Mary Lesch, vice president; Chris Weinert, director; Arlene Mattingly, director; and Leo "the lion" Smith who performed the induction. Officers not pictured are Joyce Liput, secretary; Bobbie Tessmer, director; Mona Wickersheim, tail twister. Town Picnic - A Great Success The 11th annual Huntley Town Picnic was held last Sunday, June 23rd in beautiful Deicke Park. From Pony Rides and Face Painting to a Civil War Reenactment, the range of activities provided fun and entertainment for all ages. Prizes were awarded diroughout the day. For a complete list of winners please turn to Page 4. HFPD Hosted Waterfights The Huntley Fire Protection District hosted their annual hose training (formerly known as water¬ fights) Saturday, June 22 in Huntley. While a Huntley team took the record for the longest heat of the competition, they were not in the top four finishers. First place went to the Kirkland team of Jason Hopp, Jeremy Stott, Jammie Snyder, Mike Sester and Carl Bruder, coached by Mike Stott and asst. coach Russ Ertl. Nunda's team of Mike Kreher, Bob Kreher, Rick Gallas, Greg Gerkin and Jeff Privett took second place. Wheatland was third with Greg Volbrecht, Jerry Schuerman, Randy Kaskin, Bob Keisler and Mike Buri on the team. Woodstock came in fourth with team members Gary Schauer, Kenny Koley, Roger Vidalis, Tony Sahs and Scott Sankey.
|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|