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^« • . «?i_^ ^'^ i^^^ ^^^4. For Contest Rules €Ml$tmm Mtm^im CenfeSt And Entry Form SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 254: tKhe JHuntkp fwcm^iiit HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1994 - VOLUME 34, NUMBER 33 USPS 580-360 Redskins Volleyball Finish 4th In State By Brent Weber The Huntley High School Girls Volleyball Team took 4th place in the State Class A Tournament held Nov. 11-12 ih Redbird Arena at Illinois State University in Normal. Huntley opened the tournament's quarterfinal round on Friday morning with a match against Princeton. The contest was a rematch of the 1990 finals. This time, however, Huntley avenged the 1990 loss, defeating Princeton by the scores of 15-12,12-15, 15-11, to advance to Saturday's semi-final round against tournament favorite Breese Mater Dei. After being down 10-1 in the first game, Huntley battled back and played on even terms only to come up short, 15-8, 15-12, which put them in the 3rd place game against perennial state power Wheaton St. Francis. St. Francis prevailed by the scores of 15-4,15-7. Although the season ended with a lose, everyone should be proud of their accomplishments! The team is very thankful for the support of the many fans who made the trip to Illinois State University, all of whom hope to make a retum trip next year! Coach Larry Kahl with the Huntley High School Varsity volleyball team and their 4th place State Class A Tournament trophy at Monday morning's school rally to honor the team's achievement. Police Warns Of Local Burglaries The Huntley Police Department is currently investigating the burglaries to residences on Main and Janice Streets. The burglaries occurred between Friday, Nov. 11 and Monday, Nov. 14, during the daytime hours. The neighborhood, claiming to be looking for a lost dog. If you have any information or have seen anyone that matches this description, please contact the police department by calling 911. suspects are described as two white males in their late 20s or early 30s. Both men have mustaches and one of them has medium short, dark hair. The suspects have been seen walking through the Acclaimed Youth Speaker Uses Humor To Reach Students About Decisions, Drugs Saying no to drugs is not a laughing matter. But Kevin Wanzer thinks that it is...in his own unique way. Kevin has made a lasting impact on our young people with a presentation unlike any you have ever seen, and Huntley is proud to welcome him. Kevin Wanzer speaks to students about decision¬ making and drugs. In most schools, the type of presentation would not be too popular with the student body. But, when Kevin talks, students listen. Why? Because, through the magical vehicle of laughter, Kevin has adapted and develq^ed a presentation in which students of all ages can relate. "Kids using drugs is not a laughing matter," claims the 26-year- old humorist and motivator. "The bottom line is you have to understand how young people feel. I simply discuss simple drug information, prevention skills and self- esteem in an up-beat way." Kevin's age, energy, and charisma have a lot to to with the fact that he is one of the most effective speakers for young people today. For over ten years, Kevin has presented to over one million young people, educators and parents in the United States, Canada, Europe and was one of the first motivational speakers to reach students and adults in China. He has been recognized by the White House, along with a variety of other national drug-free and educational organizations for his public service and has worked with the NPl., the NBA, and Major League Baseball, in conjunction with their drug-free efforts. He has appeared on a number of national television and radio shows. Kevin will be presenting assemblies to the grade school and high school on December 1st. There will be a special (wogram for parents and students in the evening, in the high school cafeteria, at 7pm. Discussion groups will then be formed for students in grades 5 & 6, grades 7 & 8, and for high schoolers. All students and their families are welcome to come. These Huntley fans pose with the ISU Redbird mascot at the State Class A Volleyball Tourna¬ ment last weekend where Huntley took 4th. Farmside Sets Early Deadline The Farmside will Be printing a day early because of TTianksgiving. The deadline for the Christmas Shopping section is Friday, November 18 at noon. The deadline for the remainder of the paper is Monday, November 21 at noon.
|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|