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SERVlNf.i THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 tKfjt PuiitUp fuvm^iht HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY. MAY 19, 1994 - VOLUME 34, NUMBER 7 USPS 580-360 Katie Holtz received a first place award at the Illinois State Science Fair. Holtz Wins First At State Science Fair — By Barb Schmidt Once again, Katie Holtz, an 8th grade student of Huntley Junior High School, landed another award. Back in March of this year, Katie entered her science fair project in Huntley's local science fair. Her project on paper pulps (pertaining to various alternatives that paper could be made from to conserve our precious trees) received an "outstanding" award. Then, she headed to the Regional Science Fair in April in DeKalb and received another "outstanding." From there, she went down to Champaign/Urbana to enter her project in the state competition. Katie's project received first place at the State Science Fair. We want to congratulate Katie on her success with her project. We want you to know we're proud of you and wish you luck in any future endeavors. Huntley Village Board Conducts Business The April 14, 1994, regular meeting of the Village Board of Trustees was held in the board room of the Village Hall and called to order by President Dhamer at 7:04 p.m. Roll noted the following present; President Dhamer, Trustees Becker. Borowicz. Eckel, Shamhart. Sheehan and Todd. Also attending were Administrator Nelis, Police Chief Rossi. Public Works Director Schwartz, Building Commissioner Ehrke, Village Engineer Schwegel and Attorney Kukla. Minutes Trustee Becker moved to accept the Committee of the Whole minutes from March 17, 1994. Trustee Sheehan seconded the motion. Voice vote noted all ayes, motion passed. Trustee Borowicz requested Village Engineer Schwegel response to his question regarding how many communities Baxter Woodman represented be inserted on p.3. Village engineer responded between 30-40. Trustee Borowicz also asked Engineer Schwegel of the communities they represented, how many allowed sub-stations so close to elevated storage tanks. Engineer Schwegel could not recall ever seeing one that close. Trustee Borowicz requested p. 5, last paragraph, the date be amended to May 1. 1994, instead of 1995 as typed. Trustee Sheehan moved to accept the minutes of the March 24, 1994, regular meeting as corrected. Trustee Becker seconded the motion. Roll call vote noted all ayes. Approval of Bills Trustee Borowicz questioned Michael Kukla's invoice and a Baxter & Woodman Invoice, p.6: Fulfillment of Contractual - Agreement. According to continued on page 10 Barney Manning Memorial Scholarship Plaque Presented Joe Soper and Lee Stump presented the Barney Manning Memorial Scholarship plaque to Huntley High School Principal Gene Geoglein in his office last Monday. The scholarship will be presented by Barney's brother, Joe Manning, to the lucky recipient at the graduation ceremony. May 27th. A committee of Soper, Stump, Gail Weir, Carla Westphal, Marlene Offenhauser and Rosie Moon chose the recipient from six high school recommendations and one applicant. The plaque wull be on display at the high school. "Barney Bucks," a fundraiser for the scholarship, may be purchased for $3 at Huntley American Legion or through committee members. Huntley Fire Department Commemorates EMS Week By Captan Kevin Ellison The week of May 15-21, 1994 has been proclaimed by Governor Jim Edgar as "Emergency Medical Services Week" for the State of Illinois. This proclamation serves as a reminder to all of the teamwork and dedication to EMS that we, as emergency responders, working with the area hospitals, physicians and nurses, provide to you, the community. It is this teamwork and dedication that you, the sick and injured, see in the emergency medical services and care we provide to you with pride. As the EMS Coordinator within the Huntley Fire Department, it is with pride and admiration that I commend all these individuals for the continuous selflessness they extend to you, the community, and the countless hours they are away from their homes and families so that they may serve you in your time of need. And now I would like to present to you our Emergency Medical Services personnel and ask that you join me in expressing appreciation and respect for their individual contributions and special skills. Their ranks include both EMT/A (ambulance) and EMT/P (paramedic) who together deliver quality care in the name of Emergency Medical Services to you. the community. Dave Veath - EMT/A, Al Wiesneth - EMT/A, John Winkelman - EMT/P, Tim Flannigan - EMT/A. Kim Graf - EMT/P, Eileen Mercuri - EMT/A, Russ Wilson - EMT/P, Tara Kelly - EMT/P, Dave Eeg - EMT/P, John Hutsler, Jr. - EMT/P, Milford Brown - EMT/A, .Mark Kunde - EMT/A, Eric'Bentley - EMT/P. Scott Ravagnie - EMT/A, Marge Strohfus - EMT/P, Lynne Madalinski - EMT/A, Forrest Sodergren - EMT/A, Jim Brown - EMT/A, Felicia Scarpace - EMT/A, Keith Mallegni - EMT/P, Kevin Ellison - EMT/P, Jim Oglesby - EMT/P, and Bill Kresal - EMT/P. On behalf of the Huntley Fire Protection District and all it's members, 1 wish you a healthy and safe year. Huntley Clean Up Happens This Weekend The Village of Huntley will be holding its Spring Clean Up for Huntley residents this Saturday and Sunday, May 21 & 22. The dumpsters will only be available from 7am until 4:30pm for dumping everything except: yard waste, liquid products and hazardous waste. The dumpsters wil! be located at the Public Works Building, 11415 E. .Main St. Please. NO dumping before the dumpsters are in place or after they are gone. SPaNQCLEANWQn:. f£r^l^%IS^!
|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|