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SERVl.NC, i!in I'liOPLEOFHUNTLLY .SINCE 19«) Cljt Suntkp Jfarmsiibe USPS 580-360 THURSDAY November 6,1997 - VOLUME 37, NUMBER 31 - HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Unofficial Election Results NONPARTISAN ELECTION McHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS NOVEMBER 4, 1997 Huntley Community Consolidated School District 158 For members of the Board of Education To Serve a Full 4-Year Term (Vote for FOUR) Franklin K. Coleman 770 John P. Garven 725 Michael Skala 773 Ann L. Leslie-Snyder 775 Huntley Fire Protection District For Trustees 6 Year Term (Vote for TWO) Maynard L. Williams 793 Milford Brown 739 For Trustee Unexpired 2 Year Term (Vote for ONE) No Candidate Community Consolidated School District 158 McHenry and Kane Counties Proposition to Issue $14,000,000 Bonds Shall the Board of Education of Community Consolidated School District Number 158, McHenry and Kave Counties, Illinois be authorized to build and equip new elementary school facilities on the Harmony Road School site and improve said site and to issue bmnds of the District therefor to the sum of $14,000,000? YES NO 498 519 Pictured above John Giombor, Bemice Bakley, Ross Fruin, and Marilyn and Bob Eckman being interviewed by WTTW Channel 11 producer Kay Weibel for the documentary "Chicago Matters". Last Saturday morning several people gathered at the Village Inn on Main Street to talk about the way things used to be in Huntley, how they are changing, and what it may be like here in a couple of years. Not much new about that; a pretty typical Saturday moming at Billy's. This particular group of people, however, had this particular conversation with an audience; a very large audience. Their conversation was filmed by WTTW Channel 11 and will be part of a three part documentary "Chicago Matters". Part One of the series, "Moving Stories" will focus on people moving from one area to another. Part Two, tentatively titled "Building Community" will profile several communities (both suburban and city) in the throes of transition. Part Three will look at the region as a whole. The series will air in April. Part Two, the segment that will include the footage shot in Huntley last Saturday, is being produced by Kay Weibel who also produces "Chicago Tonight". No School Dates Mon Nov 10 No School Tues Nov 11 Veterans' Day ThurNov27 Thanksgiving Break Fri Nov 28 Thanksgiving Break Fri Dec 19 Last day before break Mon Jan 5 1 st day after break Reflections is Back By Denise M. See The PTA is offering a Reflections program to encourage creative expression in MUSIC, ART, PHOTOGRAPHY and or LITERATURE. The students are divided into four grade divisions: Preschool - 2nd, 3rd - Sth, 6th - 8th and 9th- 12th. Last year was a huge success. I would like to congratulate Krista Lackey and Bobby Kamper who have visual art entries now on tour at the State Museum in Continued on Page 3 "Taste of Trinity" Lunch, Bake Sale Bazaar Trinity Lutheran Church of Huntley annual "Taste of Trinity" soup and salad luncheon, bake sale, and bazaar will be held today, November 6 from 1 lam to 2pm at the Church. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door. For more information call 669-5780. Open House at McHenry Savings Bank McHenry Savings Bank is holding an Open House and Chamber Mixer on Thursday, November 6 from 5 to 7pm. Hors d'oeurves and refreshments will be served. McHenry Savings Bank is located at 10390 Route 47 in Huntley. For additional information, call 669-3333. Poppy Day in Huntley November 7 - 8 The V.F.W. Post of Huntley will sell Poppies November 7 & 8 in honor of Veterans Day. Pictured above are Jim Dhamer, Huntley Village President, and Wayne Donahue, Poppy Day Chairman.
|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|