The scarecrow contest began Monday Oct. 22 and will run until Halloween evening on Wednesday Oct. 31. People are invited to vote for each scarecrow at that business or for any businessâ€™ scarecrow at Kane Area Development Center. The scarecrow with the most monetary votes on Halloween evening will be declared the winner. All voting funds will be donated to a local charity of the winnerâ€™s choice.
Scott Szymanski, 8, of Kane, assisted by his grandmother Joyce Neubert of Pittsburgh, carves a face in a pumpkin Saturday during the "Fall Frenzy" in Kane. The pumpkin carving activity took place at the Kane Depot.