The Huntley Farmside
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HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 Cl)e Pluntlep futmiht THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1995 - VOLUME 34, NUMBER 45 USPS 580-360 Hutslers Express Appreciation By Connie Hutsler, Jr. To the community of Huntley and surrounding area, John and I cannot even begin to express our appreciation fw all of the support that you have shown us. A thank you to the Huntley Firefighters Association, businesses. Seven Acres, area fire departments. family and friends for all of the generosity shown to us for the benefit A special thank you to Rev. Woodward and Pastor David. To all of those who in the past months have given their time, prayers, cards and support, we thank you. God bless you alL Committee of Wiiole To IVIeet There will be a committee of the whole meeting of the Village of Huntley on Thursday, Feb. 16, at 7pm at the village annex building at 11221 Dundee Rd., Hundey. Department Reports - tq) on fee memo enclosed -Paricside request - building depL hours Introduction to Sullivan/ Livingston property - development p-oposal - introduction to concept - plans to be shown at meeting - developer report Town & Country - discussion of proposal Frank Mercuri - discuss division of property on Dean St. Football Association Forms in Huntley By Jim Geary The Huntley Youth Football Association has been formed. The general purpose of the association is to promote physical and moral well being of young people by providing them with physicd equipment, physical instruction, and recreational facilities, along with friendly counsel, advice and guidance. A temporary board has been set up. It will be voted on at the next meeting, that will take place Thursday, Feb. 16, at 7:30pm in the American Legion Hall in Huntiey. Anyone who would like to be a part of this group need only show up. Please help get tiiis started. The temporary board president is Jim Geary; 1st vice president, Terry Boley; 2nd vice president, Tom Mohney; secretary, unfilled; treasurer, Barry Bohart; equipment manager, Bruce Betii; concession manager, unfilled; field manager, Dave Joslyn; league representative, Kevin Brown; coaches representative, Henry Frasher; and registrar, Beth BemdL l\/leghan Zimmerman Signs With Ciemson Huntiey's Meghan Zimmerman (seated) signed her national letter of intent to attend Ciemson University on Feb. 9 at Huntley High School, as (I to r) athletic director Terry Awrey, Susan Zimmerman and head coach Larry Kahl watched. Kittel Named Athlete Of Week By Concordia Concordia University of River Forest named Eric Kittel of the men's basketball team as atiilete of Uie week for die weekofJan. 30-Feb.4. Kittel put togeUier two solid efforts as Uie Cougars split a pair of games. He scored 14 points, including 4 important free throws down the stretch, as Uie Cougars defeated Aurora 88-83 on Feb. 1. His 14 points came on 4-6 shooting from the field, including two 3-point baskets. Kittel also pulled down 5 rebounds against the Spartans. Kittel's 12 rebounds were his season high in the 65-62 loss to Illinois Benedictine on Feb. 4. In that contest, he also scored seven points on 3-5 shooting (one 3-pointer). The Cougars' defensive specialist also had two steals to keep the Cougars in the game right to Uie final buzzer. Kittel, a 1991 graduate of Huntley High School, is a senior in Concordia's liberal arts program witii a major in exercise science. Huntley Seniors Met, Make Plans By Al Jordi, Secretary The January 26 meeting of HunUey Senior Citizens Club was called to order by president Vem Heine wiUi 60 members present Guests for the meeting were Kevin Ellison and Dave Oldham, representing the Huntiey Fuefighters Association. Joseph Kaltwasser, Joe and Ann Nerat, and Frank and Irene Wolfinger also attended and became new members. Joe Poluch, now retired, was also welcomed. The minutes of Uie last meeting were ^proved as read on a motion by Margaret Driscoll, 2nd by Bob Eckman. The treasurer's report. Huntley Chamber Gears Up For 3rd Expo By Cathy DeQuaker presented by Dee Marcinek, showed a balance of $385.10 and was approved on a motion by Ed Piske, 2nd by Norma Garlieb. The hosts for this meeting decorated Uie tables for Valentine's Day and later Evelyn Benning gave each officer a gift of candy in appreciation for all the work each one of them has done for Uie club. Hosts for February are Lucile Kahl, Ruth M. Kahl, Marge Broughton, Betty Anderson and Deloies Bilsborough. The president announced Uiat Uie Cary Kitchen Band will be continued on page 6 The Huntiey Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry is gearing up for their 3rd annual Business Expo on Feb. 25 & 26. The expo will be held in Uie high school gymnasium. Visit over 65 booUis that will be displaying theu- products and services to Uie public. There is no admission charge. Mrs. Illinois 1995, Carolyn Morris, will be on hand on Saturday at 12 noon. The Huntiey High School band will perform on Sunday, which has been dedicated to Uie youUi of Huntley. Operation Snowball wUl do facepainting for the kids. Sign up to win a boy's or giri's bike sponsored by Northem Illinois Roofing; $100 shopping spree at the Huntiey Factory Shops, sponsored by the shops and Uie chamber; overnight for two at the Holiday Inn in Elgin; and many more prizes. Several exhibitors wUl be offering great door prizes including a 4- piece set of luggage by Huntiey Travel; travel gift certificate worth $150 towards any type of traveling by Jim Henry of American Family Insurance; trip for two to Marriot Lincolnshire wiUi dinner and Uieater tickets and breakfast by Harris Bank Huntiey; and a 3-day cmise on Camival Cruiselines to Uie Bahamas or Baja Mexico by Hometown Travel. Also, Uie Huntiey Fire District will be offering free blood pressure checks. Enjoy lunch or a snack at the expo Cafe overlooking the exhibition floor. We would like to thank Country Donuts for their donation of donuts for our exhibitors to enjoy during the show. Show hours are Saturday, 10am-5pm and Sunday, llam-4pm. Thank you to Chris Parker of Custom Color Creations, Jim Henry of American Family Insurance and the staff of Huntley School DisL #158 for Uieir dedication and support of the expo.
|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|