The Huntley Farmside
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Student Honors — *ee hmde Load Government Meetings — see inside 25 cents Tbimday, Februaij 1% 1998 The Himtley Famiside 0 iqqh a Press Publications newspaper ar serving the Huntley community "^iluaie 37, Issue 45 PTA Hosts Father-Daughter Dance Gretchen Flynn On Friday, Feb. 6, the Huntley PTA sponsored its first father- daughter dance. The Valentine- themed event was attended by 560 Huntley North and South School girls and their father or escort for the evening. Girls from kindergarten through 5th grade arrived at the Huntley South Elementary School gymnasium at 7:30pm dressed in their finest or most fashionable attire. For $10 per couple or family, each girl received a heart-shaped neck¬ lace and balloon and had her picture taken with her father or escort and put in a keepsake pic¬ ture frame as a momento of the evening. Unlimited refresh¬ ments of valentine cupcakes, cookies, candies and punch were enjoyed throughout the evening. Music and dancing for the two hour event were provid¬ ed compliments of Bad Boyz D.J. Scott Roth. A princess for the evening. Tiffany Moerke, was randomly selected and hon¬ ored by a special spotlight dance with her father. Many generous local businesses and restaurant donated prizes for both father and daughter that were raffle off throughout the evening. While this was not a PTA fundraiser, the event was a huge success! Tiffany Moerke was randomly selected as princess for the evening during the PTA spon¬ sored father-daughter dance on Feb. 6. Dads and their daughters danced the night away at the Valentine theme Father- Daughter Dance Feb. 6, spon¬ sored by the Huntley PTA. Missy Tneologes, Lavien Opolony and Tierney Flynn pose before the specicd bacl^round for daughters and their dads to have a commemorative photo. msmMMmMiLh2£L Huntley Music Boosters Fashion Show Jane Miller A glimpse of spring was seen in Huntley. Last Thursday evening, Feb. 12, local students modeled spring fashions, as well as formals, at the "Hearts of Harmony" Fashion Show. The Huntley Music Boosters presented this 12th annual event to raise funds for students to receive music scholarships. As guests were served coffee, juice and petit sweets by male stu¬ dents in formal attire, a parade of junior and senior music stu¬ dents, in addition to a few charming preschoolers, provid¬ ed the musical fashion revue. A group of merchants from Huntley Factory Shops Outlet Mall provided clothing for the fashion show (American Eagle, Big Dog, Capacity, Carter's, Dress Bam, G.H. Bass, IZOD, Jones of New York, L'Eggs, Hanes, Bali, Platex, Reebok, Van Heusen), with prom wear from Amy's Bridal Boutique in Dundee and Gingiss Formal Wear at Spring Hill Mall. Additional thanks for beverages provided by Sandra Knight of Chicago Coffee Roastery and McDonalds of Algonquin. Special thanks to Huntley Floral for providing the flow¬ ers. Other merchants from Huntley, Algonquin, Crystal Lake, Lake in the Hills, Union and West Dundee provided items for the fashion show silent auction and door prizes. Our special thanks to the com¬ munity for their continued sup¬ port of the music department. Thanks again to our guests, par¬ ents, grandparents, classmates, friends and all our volunteers for making this event a huge success. Visit the Huntley Chamber's Home & Business Expo This Weekend The 1998 Huntley Home and Business Expo on February 21st and 22nd will feature over 90 exhibits. The expo is a great place to get valuable information, meet local business owners and find out where you can shop locally for all of your products and service needs. The expo will be held at the Elementary School South off of Rte. 47 on Mill St. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.on Saturday and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. If you have any questions, call the Chamber at- 847-669-0166. Chamber Office hours are M-F 10am to 3 p.m.
|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|