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®1|B Huntlctt Jffartnaitie VOLUME 18-NUMBER 9 THURSDAY, JUNE 1,1978 PHONE- 669-S621-If no answer caO 459-1456 or 459-0998 tm '1*^ ..''>• PAGES SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 19M I 15s PEK COPY PARK DISTRICT MINUTES The regular meeting of the Huntley Park District was held on Wednesday, May 24, 1978. The meeting was called to order at 8.00 P.M. by President Tures. Present were; Commis¬ sioners Tures, Borhart and Mackeben. Absent were Com¬ missioners Deicke and Ruth. Atty John Cowlin was also present. The minutes from the April 26, 1978 meeting were read. Mr. Borhart moved for approval, seconded by Mr. Mackeben. All the Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. The minutes of the special meeting held May 17, 1978 were then read. Mr. Tures made a motion to approve the minutes as read, seconded by Mr. Mackeben. All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. The Treasurer's report was given, showing a balance in the checking account of $38,920.24. Mr. Tures moved for approval, seconded by Mr. Borhart. All Commissioners voted aye an^ the motion carried. ' Mr. Mackeben made a motion to give a gift certificate to Carol Weirich, seconded by Mr. Borhart. All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. The President presented the monthly bills for payment. Mr. Borhart moved to pay all bills presented, seconded by Mr. Mackeben. All Commissioners voted aye and the motion carried. Attorney Cowlin presented the Department of Labor notifica¬ tion, "Preference to Citizens (Illinois) on Public Works Projects Act" and Wages of Employees on Public Works (Prevailing Wage Act). The board then discussed Ihe pub¬ lications. Reports were made on the projects in progress. There being no further business to come before the board, a motion was made by Mr. Borhart, seconded by Mr. Tures, to adjourn. The meeting was adjourned at 8:57 P.M. Lois Parisek, Secretary Huntley Park District LIONS CLUB BARBEQUE JUNE 18th Father's Day, June 18. 1978, the Huntley Lions Club will hold its annual Chicken Barbeque at the American Legion. This dinner is the organization's primary money-making project and all members and their wives work deligently to prepare the succulent meal. Dinner consists of barbequed chicken, home baked beans, potatoes, cole slaw, roll, butter and beverage. To compliment the chicken, which is prepared by the men ofthe club over open barbeque pits, is a special barbeque sauce, prepared from a family recipe of Henry Marlowe, owner of Marlowe's Feed & Hatchery in Huntley. Homemade pies, prepared by Continued on Page 2 MEMORIAL DAY 1978 IN HUNTLEY bv Svlvia Harmon Although intermiltant rain sprinkles may have dampened the ground, they did little to dampen the spirits of the many who attended the Memorial Day parade in Huntlev on Tuesdav. Mav .30th. Memorial Day ceremonies were conducted by the Huntley American Legion Post #673, The comemoralive observance began with the parade from the Legion Home at 10:30 a.m. to the Huntley cemetary for a pre-planned Patriotic program. The parade was lead off b\ the Huntley Fire Dept. without sirens blowing this year. Huntley Scouts from each group from Cubs and Brownies to Boy Scouts and Caddette Girl Scouts each had their part fo play in the observances. The High School Color Guard under the direction of Bill Koch, including their little mascot, Amy Rosenthal, Continued nn Back Page Lion's Club Miss Huntlev Nite C.A.C. News FEATURED INSIDE: Girl Scout's Picnic Senior Citizen Square Dancers HUNTLEY POLICE DEPT. Second Annual Free Bike Registration SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. HUNTLEY GRADE SCHOOL PARKING LOT What is a "Bike Rodeo"? It's ? bicycle test of your skill in riding a bike and your knowledge ofthe bicycle '"Rules of the Road". Come out and test your skill. Come meet and talk with the members ol YOUR Police Dept. Who should register bicycles? MEN, WOMEN, and CHILDREN of all ages. Every person registering will have the opportunity to enter the drawing to win a brand new HUFFY BICYCLE, donated by the HUNTLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT. There will also be a drawing for over fifteen bicycle accessories. Don't miss your chance to win! Come out to register your bike, and JOIN THE FUNII We would like our BIKE REGISTRATION to be a community effort. This year the groups who have donated prizes, time, or funds in our community are: D&Z TRANSFER FREUND EQUIPMENT, INC. UNION SPECIAL HANSEN HEATING & PLUMBING AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY DEES GREEN DIAMOND MC HENRY SAVINGS & LOAN KOUBENEC MOTOR SERVICE HUNTLEY STATE BANK B&K POWER EQUIPMENT BEN HANSFORD CHEVROLET HARRY'S GROCERY LEITHERER BODY SHOP HUNTLEY MATERIAL & HANDLING ELMERS DISCO FOX VALLEY GREASE CO. HUNTLEY SUPERMARKET HUNTLEY GRADE SCHOOL WELTZIEN COUNTRY STORE If you are in 7th grade or higher, we w6^id like you to help ai register bicycles." We need MOM & DAD to help too. Ifyou would like to help, please contact Chief Ptak at 669-2131. In case of rain the registration will be cancelled for that day and held the following Saturday, June 10th.
|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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