The Huntley Farmside
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See Special Section on Pages 8 & 9 A GOOD INVESTMENT Be sure fo watch for our Healfin &. Senior Secfion coming nexf weeki SERVINCi THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 196U CI)t Puntltp jfarms^ibe HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1994 - VOLUME 34, NUMBER 15 USPS 580-360 Grand Opening To Be Held For New Huntley Center Business Complex The Huntley Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry is joining three other businesses this weekend to have a grand opening at their new location in the Huntley Center, 10436 Route 47. The chamber will be joined by Huntley Travel, Huntley Floral and Huntley Country Copy. Refreshments, fresh baked cookies and door prizes will be given out. Stop in at Huntley Travel and sign up for free airline tickets »- anywhere in the United States and Amtrak Tickets; stop in at Huntley Floral and sign up for a $25.00 gift certificate good on anything in the store and receive 10% off all items during the grand opening; and sign up at Huntley Country Copy for a $25.00 gift certificate good for high speed copying and printing services. Pick up Huntley's first Community Guide at the chamber. If you have any questions, contact the chamber at (708)669-0166. Vote! It's Your Right! Be sure you and your family (anyone 18 years of age on or before November Sth, 1994) are registered to vote. Registrars will be available during school registration, August 10th, from Sam until Spm at Huntley High School. In order to vote in this November's election, voters must register by October 11th. Voters may register to vote with any McHenry County Registrar at the following locations: Huntley Public Library 669-5386, please call in advance, 11620 Algonquin Rd.; Grafton Township Office 669-3328, 10109 Vine St., Huntley; Algonquin Village Hall 658-4322, 2 S. Main St. Algonquin; Lalte-in-the-Hills Village Hall 658-4213, 1115 Crystal Lake Rd., LITH; Marengo City Hall 568-7112, 132 E. Prairie, Marengo; and McHenry County Clerk's Office (815) 334 4242, 2200 N. Seminary Ave., Woodstock. If you have any questions, please contact the McHenry County Clerk's office. Log Cabin Renovation Nears Completion By Joyce Liput The renovation project on the Boy Scout Log Cabin in Deicke Paric is nearing completion. "We probably only need two or three more Sundays to finish," said project supervisor Hoppy Kahl. "The worst is just about over, but we still have a few little jobs to complete." There are shutters and doors to be made and hung, and some finishing touches yet to complete. Almost all the shingles are on the roof now, thanks to the expert work of Jim McMahon. Jim and his crew worked until the shingles ran out, and will finish the job when more supplies arrive. Thanks lo Jim Schultz, Norm Brettschneider and Tim Kahl, there is a sturdy new chimney in the log cabin. Carrying, placing and cementing those stones was not an easy job and these guys deserve a lot of credit for their hard work. Other woricers on this Sunday's crew were Dave Lindsey, Walter Lueck, Mark Lilly, Brad Wych, Shane Jordi, Jim Heavey, Jack Sunderlage and Art Kahl. Del Borhart once again photographed the work in progress. Even though the job is nearly done, volunteers are still welcome to come to the cabin on Sunday mornings at 7:30am to help. Kil^iMI Huntley Factory Shops will open in August 1994. Huntley Factory Shops Host Hard Hat Tour- Prime Retail hosted a behind-the-scenes construction tour of Huntley Factory Shops outlet center last week. Local media and Village of Huntley representatives took a "hard hat" tour of the construction site of the 192,000-square-foot open-air mall. Prime Retail CEO Abraham Rosenthal lead the tour providing details on the construction process and the upcoming opening in August 1994. Huntley Factory Shops broke ground last October for the first phase of the project. The three-phased, village-style outlet center will feature a diverse tenant mix, food court, playground, covered walkways and extensive landscaping. Beautiful hand-designed copper weathervanes will accentuate the mall's architectural style. D.G. Murphy of Lake Barrington designed and created the weathervanes. He is also the creator of the copper weathervane donated by Prime Group to top the new Town Square gazebo in Huntley. The project is located on 40 acres at the entrance to the planned 2,650-acre, multi-use community development on the south end of Huntley. Under the direction of Prime Group, Inc. of Chicago, the development will feature business, residential and commercial entities, including a hotel and conference center, golf courses, business parks and corporate offices. D.G. Murphy shows off his copper creations to serve as weathervanes for the mall and the new Town Square gazebo in Huntley.
|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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|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|