The Huntley Farmside
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SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 .254. Zht untlep Jfarms^ibe HUNTLEY. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1993 - VOLUME 33, NUMBER 19 USPS 580-360 Sgt. Hewitt, of the Huntley Police Department, visited with some of the Huntley Sth graders he will be instructing in the 17-week D.A.R.E. program beginning in January. Meet DARE Officer At PTO Meeting Come meet Huntley's new D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resis¬ tance Education) instructor, Sgt. Hewitt, at the Oct. 18 PTO meeting, held in the high school cafeteria at 6;30pm. Sgt. Hewitt will give a presentation, which will be followed by an informal discussion. There will be NO babysitting services at this meeting. Sgt. Hewitt, of the Huntley Police Dept., has gone through 80-hours of training in preparation for his work with D.A.R.E. He has been an officer in Huntley for four years and is becoming a familiar face at school. Project D.A.R.E. is at the forefront of substance use prevention education programs. Thanks to the Huntley Police Department, the Huntley Chamber of Commerce and local business support this unique program will begin this year for fifth graders. D.A.R.E. offers a highly structured, intensive curriculum developed by health education specialists. Instructors do not use scare tactics of traditional approaches that focus on the dangers of use. Instead, they work with children to raise their self-esteem, teach them how to make decisions on their own, and help them identity positive alternatives to substance use. Farmside To Feature Huntiey Business Women October 18-24 is National Women in Business Week and The Huntley Farmside will feature Huntley's businesswomen in celebration of this honorary week. Questionnaires have been sent to a number of Huntley's businesswomen this week. If you are a businesswoman in Huntley that has not been contacted please" stop in or call our office to get a questionnaire. Questionnaires must be completed by NOON ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19. One black and white or color photo not larger than 6" x 7" may be submitted with each questionnaire. The Huntley Farmside phone number is 669-5621. Vote Tuesday, November 2nd! Huntley area voters will be voing for School District #158 Board members; on HFPD issues; MCC trustees; and McHenry County Regional School Board trustees. The enormous power of just one single vote has often been demonstrated throughout history. You may think that one vote, cast among millions in a county, state or federal election cannot possibly count, but one vote saved President Andrew Johnson from being impeached. In 1960, Richard Nixon lost Illinois the presidential election by less than one vote per precinct. In 1982, Governor Jim Thompson won re-election by less that one vote in every other precinct. So, one vote really does count. Plezise vote, November 2, for the candidates of your choice. Huntley Ladyskins Malce Conference Champs Again! Once again Huntley High School's volleyball team has won the Big Eight Conference title. This is their seventh straight title. Huntley's victory over Genoa- Kingston on Thursday combined with Richmond-Burton's loss to give the Redskins the title, even though they have two matches yet to play. The Redskins currently have a 10-0 record in the conference. Huntley 7th, Sth Grade Girls V-ball Team The Huntley Jr. High School's 7th and 8th Grade Girls Volleyball Team consists of:. (1 to r) front row - Suzie Repmann, Angela DeBartolo, Lisa Ravagnie, Megan Borhart, Chandra Bakley and Jessica Miller; middle row - Lindsey Lebron, Kodi Freeberg, Kandyce Eliason, Rebeca Barreto, Martha Smith and Beth Miller; back row - Heather Lund, Katie Holtz, Becky Weber, coach , Miss Barnum, Chrissy Pfaff, Sandi Origer, Stephanie Johnson and manager Amber Jeschke. Huntley 6th Grade Girls Volleyt>all Team The Huntley Jr. High School's 6th Grade Girls Volleyball Team consists of: (1 to r) front row - Stephanie Musgrave, Marion Hansen, Louise Cardenas, Jennifer Ross and Veronica Fitzsimmons; back row - Erin Veach, Rebecca Dvorak, Jessica Bierdeman, Loran Lilly, Krista Jurs and coach Mrs. Schultz.
|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|