The Huntley Farmside
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Special Section Begins On Page 9 . . . SERVING THE PEOPLE OF HUNTLEY SINCE 1960 . Clje jauntkp fuxm^iUt HUNTLEY, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1993 - VOLUME 33, NUMBER 4 USPS 580-360 Huntley Rremen Win First Place In Waterfights^r. These Huntley Firemen, (1 to r) Steve "Bullet" Gustafson, Jim Spinolas, Scott Ravagnie, Mark Kunde and Chris Goodall, took the first place trophy for waterfights in Union on Sunday. There were 13 fire districts participating in this first waterfight of the year. Golf Outing & Raffle For Gazebo Huge Success By Margie Hughes The Huntley Village- sponsored golf outing and raffle that was held May 14 to renovate the gazebo in the Town Square turned out to be a huge success. The goal of $2,000 was reached with money left over. Huntley Village President and Trustees would like some suggestions on renovation of the gazebo. The Committee would like to thank everyone who donated prizes for the raffle and the golfing. A thank you also to all the participants. The weather was perfect for the outing. Some of the golfers went home with more money in their pocket than they left home with, as their expertise on the course was superb, or maybe lucky? The Grand Prize winner of the trip to Las Vegas was Steve Wallace. Second prize of a color TV was won by Steve Scanlan. Third prize of $200 to be used at Pinecrest Country Club was won by Art Benton. Huntley 4-H'ers Are Winners At Foods, Mini Communications Huntley 4-H'ers came home winners from the 4-H 1993 Foods Demonstration Contest and 1993 McHenry County 4-II Communications Mini-Fair, held March 23 in Woodstock and sponsored by the McHenry County Extension Office. Lyanna Quant, of Huntley Harvestors, won blue ribbons for Formal Speech and Master of Ceremonies. She al.so earned a blue ribbon/State in Extempore Speaking. She received red ribbons for Oral Interpretation and Illustration Speech. Denise Archambeault, of Huntley Harvestors, won a blue ribbon and a blue ribbon/State award, jointly with Lyanna Quant, on their "Peaches and Cream" Food Demostration. Scott Stier, of Huntley Pioneers, won a blue ribbon in Master of Ceremonies, with a State Alternate, and a blue ribbon for Extempore Speaking. Congratulations, everyone. Huntley SHARE Wins Top Prize The SHARE group of Huntley won the top prize in the J. C. Penney Goldeti Rule Volunteer Service Recognition contest. The nomination was based on the service provided by the 92 host site coordinators who oversee the distribution of over 7,000 food packages each month. Also recognized were the hours of community service provided by SHARE participants —nearly 350,000 last year alone. Huntley SHARE invites you to participate. Two hours of community service and $13 gets you a $34 basket of food, none of which is commodities or government surplus. It's good food at a good price to encourage you to become a community service volunteer. Contact Carol Von Bosse or Jan Ruemelin for more information. You may pick up your SHARE basket Saturday, May 22, between 10am and 11am at the grade school cafeteria. Prom Week went right to their heads, at least on Hat & Tie Day at Huntley High SchooL "Cap"-tured here are Gordy Price, Tracy Frihart, Amy Jones and Jacki Greve. Last week was Prom Week at Huntley High School. Tuesday was designated as "Beach Day" and Shawn Davenport and Joe Pfaff were really in the swim with their fashion statements.
|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|