The Huntley Farmside
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SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE I960 tICljt Siuntltp fntm^iht TWENTY-nVE CENTS THURSDAY, MAY 11,1995 - VOLUME 35, NUMBER 6 - HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS USPS 580-360 The Huntley High School 1995 Prom king & queen are Don Farrell and Meredith Henley. Village Attorney Opens Huntley Office In New Bank attorney, Todd Syverson. Well, actually he's not new to Hundey. Syverson has been deaUng with the Village of Huntley's legal mattCTS for nearly four years and is currently wwking as the village i»"osecutor. While municipal law has becmne his area of expatise, he haiq)ily would help with any legal problem that did not invdve a legal action with the village, an obvious conflict of interest. Wills, civil litigation, divorce, collections, are just a few of the diverse cases within his repertoire. And, if there should be a legal situation he felt was out of the routine, he can easily refer the case to an associate with more expoience in that area. Syverson, who started out working in a large Chicago law fum of two hundred attorneys, has nothing but praise for the smaller, friendlier firm he is with now, Franks and GMkin. Syverson is an associate with Franks & Geikin, which has offices in Marengo, WondCT Lake, and now, Hundey. "Here you're not just a name, you know each other and like them. Thwe's a great r^pat among the firm's attorneys," Syverswi said. "I would feel \ery comfortable about recommending a case to any of them." continued on page 2 Attorney, Todd Syverson, has opened a new office in the First National Bank of Marengo-Huntley branch. By Joyce Liput New office, new building, and attorney, Todd SyvCTSon, is set up and ready fat business in the First National Bank of Marengo - Huntley Banking Center on Route 47. "Things are in drawers now. They're not necessarily in perfect order, but at least we're out of boxes," said Huntley's newest New Village Trustees Sworn In By Melissa Cavill A small crowd tumed out to see Huntley's newest diistees sworn in last week at the village annex building. A special board meeting was held in order to perform the ceremony. New trustees. Sue Paulsen and Susan Lamb, as well as veteran trustee, Charlie Becker, were swwn in by village clerk, Denise DeBartolo. Village board p-esident Jim Dhamer then thanked trustees, John Sheehan and Roger Borowicz, pointing out that the job of a trustee requires many hours of commitment and can sometimes be a thankless job. The cCTemOTiy ended with Paulsen and Lamb taking their places at the board, filUng the empty name slots with tiieir new name plates. The 1995 Huntley High School prom court consisted of (Back row) Scott Kothe, Bryan Hoist, Derek Crabill, Gary Keesling, Matt Robisky and Don Farrell and (Front Row) Jenny Schroeder, Deanna Armbmster, Kelly Bein, Andrea Jaroch, Tiffany Brettman and Meredith Henley. Village of Huntley clerk, Denise DeBartolo, swears in newly elected trustee, Sue Paulsen, at last Thursday's village board meeting. Susan Lamb and Charlie Becker were sworn in, as well. CAG Chapter Sponors Gang Awareness Night By Cathy DeQuaker SevCTal business owucts, residents and community organizations have join«l togetiier to form a Community Against Gangs ch^t^ in Huntiey. A gang awareness night will be held on Wed., May 16, at 7pm in tiie Hunfley Elementary School gym. Scheditied speakers are Phyllis K. Walters, president of Community Against Gangs; Les Lunsman, Nortii Central Narcotics Task Force Gang Unit; Philip Prossnitz, assistant State's Attomey; and Mike Hewitt, HunUey Police D.AJI.E. officer. If you have any questions, call tiie police dq)L at 708/669-2141. HHS Performs South Pacific This Weekend This year's musical, "Soutii Pacific," will be poformed in tiie grade school gym on Friday and Saturday, May 12 & 13, at 8pm. Tickets are $4 fw students and senior citizens and $5 fat adults. For more information call 708/669-5171 or stop by tiie high school office.
|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|