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USPS 580-360 THURSDAY, June 18, 1987 VOLUME 27-NUMBER 11 W^kt Euntto J^armsik OFFICE PHONE 312-669-5621 SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 25c per copy Honor Rolls Announced Students who have achieved superior academic status for the fourth nine weeks of the current year were announced recently at Huntley Junior High. To be named to the Principal's List a student must attain a 3.9 average or above. High honors recognition requires an average between 3.5 and 3.89, and Honorable Mention listing denotes an average between 3.0 and 3.49. 6th Grade Principal's List Penny Piske, Anand Kumar. High Honors Amber Diedrick, Tina Wesemann, Becky Chappell, Tara Shamhart, Kelly Nugent, Heather Spencer. Honorable Mention Christina Blair, Jill Heavey, Jennifer Lange, Alicia Jagman, Heidi Unterschuetz, Angela Pfaff, Dan Origer, Ty Ziller, Heather Lovall, Stephanie Raby, Kristin Akerman, Julie Ravagnie, Meryl Gustafson. 7th Grade Principal's List Laurie Harp, Tuti Abdullai, Cathy Darling, Brenda Janowiak. High Honors Matt Ewertowski, Julie Page, Andrea Basel, Brandy Fox, Stephanie Jaroch, Natasha Drufke, Lane Linnenkohl, Jennifer Heinz, Shannon Raby, Tim Heavey, Tawnya Terry. Honorable Mention Melissa Abarca, Amy Rosenthal, Heather Brettman, Sherry Trickle, Becky Botts, Andy Hansm.ann, P. J. Repmann, Deana Schmiederer, Paul Lekics, Denise Bauer, Steven Kothe, Cliff Turner, Julie McDonald. 8th Grade Principal's List Jim Cook, Julie Ottley, Kelly Bauman, Mary Ann Miller, Carie Bein, Joe Bernat. High Honors Jason Bye, Leigh Ann Ahrens, Sarah Holle, Jason Faworski, Eric Kittel, Kim Strissel. Honorable Metnion Jami Greve, Jenny Freund, Mathew Brown, Jennifer Janowiak, Sarah Mercer, Kelli Hecht, Lori Gustafson, Liz McLaughlin, Heidi Henkel, Heather Kahl, Karla Unterschuetz. Continued on page 2 Huntley Jaycee Sand Box Fill A Success On Sunday the Huntley Area Jaycees conducted their annual Sand Box Fill. During this year's Sand Box Fill the Jaycees filled a large number of the local sand boxes. The truck as well as the 30 yards of sand which was used was donated by D & Z Transfer. Anyone in the community who requested the sand was visited by a the truck manned by the local Jaycees. Smiles of appreciation were bestowed on them by our youngest citizens. The Huntley Area Jaycees are involved in community as well as in recreational events. If you would enjoy becoming a member of this orginization, contact a Jaycee or come out to a meeting. The Jaycees in Huntley meet on the first Thursday of every month at the American Legion Home. The Jaycees are open to men and women between the ages of 18 and 35. - American Legion Auxilary Meeting by Jo Czonstka This was the last meeting of the year and the day for Poppy Poster ^wards. The First Prize was $10, Second, $5 and Third, $3. The posters were well done and many participated. The artists of the future are all here in Huntley. It was nice also to see the parents, who I'm sure were as proud as • we. Each year the children are asked to compete and are judged by qualified judges. Dorothy Schaller, Poppy Chairman is responsible for getting it all together, as she has each year. Thank you you Dorothy, for doing such a good job. This shy president needs all th« help she can get and gets to do it again next year. "Members say I've done a good job, but I more balls, so I looked around and found a basketball, 4 tennis balls and a bag full of golf balls and felt a little more courage. Now I've got it. But I'm not the only one that needs more courage to be more outspoken, etc. Some of our members could also use some balls, attend the meetings, participate in chairmanships, be an active member, help this second term president make it a better year." July 18th at 7:30 is Joint Installation. All members are invited. Refreshments will be served. Mark it on your calendar and attend. Thank you. Minutes of the Board of Education The regular meeting of the Board of Education of School District #158, Huntley Consolidated Schools, Huntley, Illinois was held in the High School building on May 21, 1987 at 7:30p.m. The meeting was called to order by the President at 7:35p.m. Upon roll call the following members answered present: Mrs. Schadt, Mr. Heavey, Mr. Greve, Mr. Freeberg, Mr. Miller and Mr. Bauman. Absent: Mrs. McDonald. All present joined in the pledge to the flag. 1. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mr. Greve 2nd to approve the minutes of the April 23 regular meeting as written. 6 yeas - 0 nays; motion carried. 2. Mr. Greve moved, Mrs. Schadt 2nd to approve the minutes of the April executive session as written. 6 yeas - O-nays; motion carried. Mrs. McDonald entered the meeting at 7:42p.m. 3. Mr. Freeberg moved, Mr. Heavey 2nd to approve payment of bills and imprest: Education - $21,734.05; OBM - $8,077.76; Bond ic Interest - $14,206.25; Transportation - $843.03. Yeas: Freeberg, Heavey, McDonald, Schadt, Greve, Miller, Bauman, Nays: None. 7 yeas - 0 nays; motion carried. 4. Mrs. Schadt moved, Mr. Greve 2nd to approve the reimbursement of activity account #409, $646.98, from 1-150-410-3, and abolish #409 (1987 musical account). Yeas: Schadt, Greve, McDonald, Heavey, Freeberg, Miller, Bauman, Nays: None. 7 yeas - 0 nays; motion carried. 5. Mr. Greve moved, Mr. Freeberg 2nd to approve the activity fund transfer of $671.45 from accountr #301 to #305. 7 yeas - 0 nays; motion carried. 6. Mrs. Schadt moved Mr. Bauman 2nd to adopt the Board of Education long range plan for the period FY 88 - FY 92. 7 yeas - 0 nays; motion carried. 7. Mr. Greve moved, Mr. Miller 2nd to adopt the calendar for 1987/88. 7 yeas - 0 nays; motion carried. 8. Mr. Bauman moved, Mrs. Schadt 2nd to approve the bid of Mead Merchants to provide duplicator paper. 7 yeas - 0 nays; motion carried. 9. Mr. Freeberg moved, Mrs. McDonald 2nd to approve the adopted listing of textbooks for 1987/88 school year. 7 yeas - 0 nays; motion carried. 10. Mr. Greve moved, Mr. Heavey 2nd to approve the expenditures of textbook orders for 1987/88. Yeas: Greve, Heavey, McDonald, Schadt, Freeberg, Miller, Bauman, Nays: none. 7 yeas - 0 nays; motion carried. 11. Mr. Heavey moved, Mrs. McDonald 2nd to approve the classified salaries for FY Continued on page 5 L.E.A.C. News We need your helpl We have all read about, or watched on TV, the journey of the New York garbage barge. Here in Huntley, LEAC fought to keep garbage from other parts of the State out of Huntley or McHenry County. Your Landfill Committee announced on June 6, 1987 that, after 2 1/2 years, the fight against a proposed landfill near Huntley had been won. There are many things you, as individuals, can do to lessen our garbage problems. Recently, the Salvation Army set up a permanent location in Woodstock (K-Mart parking lot on Rt. 47) with an employee on hand Monday through Saturday from 9:30a.m. to 4:00p.m. to accept any usable item you would like to donate - from sofas to shoes, umbrellas to refrigerators and all items in between. In Huntley, 24 hours a day, self service, seven days a week, there is a mobile container parked South of the Supermarket in the Huntley Center on Rt. 47. They accept newspapers (tied or bagged - with no junk or magazine mail), glass, steel, aluminium foil products and cans. Sponsored by the McHenry County Defenders and the Village of Huntley (669.-5837). Of major importance: We need your help to pay off the large debt which accumulated during the 2 1/2 years of litigation against the Huntley landfill. The Committee members volunteered their time and services to represent the Huntley Community during all the hearings, but legal and court costs have to be paid. Please continue to assist LEAC with your dollars! Deposit any amount into the LEAC account at the State Bank of Huntley. Buy tickets for the 6/28/87 Raffle to pay off the accumulated debt. Local businesses have tickets for sale. The Committee will be disbanded as soon as you, one and all, help us pay the bills.
|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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