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See Special FFA Week Section - Begins On Page 7 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 Wht JHuntltp fmm^ibt HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1992 - VOLUME 31, NUMBER 45 USPS 580-360 Supermaricet Moves To New Location ^<-^ By Tracey Schwartz The Huntley Supermarket will open in its new location next Tuesday, March Srd. The old store will close at 6pm on Monday, March 2nd. They will begin switching over all their computers and moving things that evening according to store owner Al Allen. "It will be a lighter and brighter store," comments Allen. He says extra features in the new store will include a deli, bakery and floral shop plus more of a full line of products available. In addition, the new store will open one hour earlier. It will be open 7am to 9pm seven days a week. Allen says Huntley residents can expect a Grand Opening in a few weeks, mid to late March, once they get "all the bugs worked out" of the moving process. Huntley Police Hold Open House For Renovated Offices By Tracey Schwartz Last Saturday, February 22, the Huntley Police Department held an open house in its newly renovated offices in Huntley's Village Hall for local officials to tour. John Spradlin won the bid for the $25,000 project. Construction started last September and is now fully complete. According to Police Chief Rick Rossi the improvements now allow better security and Local Groups Host Community Appreciation Breakfast Dick Swanson, Margaret DriscoU and Rosalie Swanson proudly display the food donations for Grafton Township Food Pantry raised at the Community Appreciation Breakfast hosted by local clubs and organizations. The Community Appreciation Breakfast, hosted by Huntley's local service organization and clubs, was a grand success. Two hundred forty people attended, donating $164 and 300 to 400 pounds of food for the Grafton Township Food Pantry. The planning committee would like to thank everyone who participated. Special thanks to Dean Foods for the milk and orange juice and the American Legion for use of the hall. Members of the organizations who helped were: Legion-Herb ii Ed Glissendorf, Don Hardy, Joe Soper, H. D. Taylor, Jim Manning; American Legion Auxiliary - Fran Fox, Marilyn Eckman, May Chesak, Phyllis Glissendorf; Penguins - Clark Borhart, Jim Lapresto, Chuck Olson, Dave ii Molly Viita, Lee Mansfield, Jack il Joanne Oliver; Lioness-Rosalie Swanson, Robin Spiniolas, Chris Weinert, Margaret DriscoU, Karen Kohley, Bobbie Tessmer; Jaycees-Dave & Carol Cates, Mark Mercer, Mark Puffer, Crystal Sheehan, Becki Schmalbeck; Lions-Jack Todd, Jerry Weinert, Don Tessmer, J. R. Lueck, Joe Schaller, Bob Hight, Dick Kohley, Lorin Robinson, Art Kahl, Sr., Jim Dericco, Del Borhart, Dan Ziller, Mark Dehmlow, Kerry Ellison and Dick Swanson. privacy as the force performs its police work. The department is very happy with their new working environment. A new public entrance was constructed on the east side of the building that is marked with a large black and white sign for better visibility. A records processing ofHce was built for OfHcer Mike Hewitt and employee Cindy Endyke to operate the department's computer system. An interviewing room was added to contain Breathalyzer and finger printing equipment and to create a private atmosphere for talking with victims. In addition, a new garage door weis installed. Several Village Board members were attendance as well as States Attorney Tom Baker. Officers Mike Hewitt and Maynard Williams enjoy Saturday's Open House in the new police offices. Huntley Police Chief Rick Rossi demonstrates the police computer system to States Attorney Tom Baker.
|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|