Archive - Aug 2012
Citing a "lack of support and cooperation" from the other two board members, Supervisor Steve Dyne resigned Tuesday as the volunteer roadmaster for Wetmore Township.
"At this time, I will not be able to fulfill the daily duties of roadmaster," Dyne said in his letter of resignation. "Therefore, I resign from the volunteer position."
The letter was submitted near the end of the monthly meeting of the three-member Board of Supervisors.
The brush drop-off site at Glenwood Park in Kane has been closed, Kane Borough Streets Department Foreman Mike Beane said Tuesday.
A sign posted at the closed gate at the entrance to the brush drop-off site says the closing is due to âabuseâ in not following the rules.
The brush drop-off site had been open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Beane said.
Using their own vehicles, borough residents hauled leaves, tree branches and brush to the appropriate piles at the drop-off site at the park on Hacker Street (Route 321).
On Aug. 4, 2012, in Atlanta, Ga., Gloria J. Swanson Danielson Anderson, of Mount Jewett, peacefully passed away in her home surrounded by loved ones, and in the prayers and hearts of those whose lives she beautifully touched.
Gloria was born in Kane on July, 28, 1926, and raised uptown in the neighboring Swedish town of Mount Jewett.
She is survived by her husband of 11 years, Marshall Anderson; three children from her marriage to Donald Danielson, son Louis Danielson of Fairfax Station, Va., daughter Koralen Danielson Daniels of Mooresville, N.C., and son Kim Danielson of Erie.Â
BRADFORD âÂ The 2012 Big 30 Don Raabe Charities Classic All-Star Football Game was an offensive struggle for the Pennsylvania squad, who lost to New York 25-15 in the annual event on Saturday evening at Parkway Field in Bradford.
Pennsylvania's offense accounted for none of the team's points. Both touchdowns came on interceptions by the defense, and New York also aided their rivals by adding two points to their total with a safety in the third quarter.
Several Kane area youths are leading efforts to again repair the wooden skate/bike ramps at Glenwood Park on Hacker Street.
Volunteers led by former Kane borough councilman Bob OâRourke built the facility in 2004.
The borough allocated $31,818 in federal community development block grant (CDBG) money to buy the materials. The Kane Rotary Club donated $10,000 for the blacktop base for the skate/bike park.
Despite repairs in the past, the popular recreational site for youths has continued to deteriorate.
A forum was held Thursday on procedures for parents who "pick up" their children after classes at the Kane Elementary School.
About 110 attended the 35-minute meeting in the Kane Middle School auditorium.
Linda Lorenzo, principal at the elementary school, said in a letter to parents that attendance at the meeting was "mandatory."
Parents attending the meeting received forms to fill out and return before leaving the building. More than 80 forms were "completed" and returned, Lorenzo said.
"I was pleased with the turnout," Lorenzo said. "I thought the meeting went well."
Marking its 25th anniversary, the World Harmony Run-- a 50-state torch relay-- passed through the Kane area Thursday.
The runners and their support group spent Wednesday night in Clarion and were scheduled to reach Ellicottville, N.Y. by Thursday night en route to New York City.
Taking turns, runners carried a torch as they ran their legs on Route 66, Route 6 and Route 219 in the Kane area.
Jane Ann Karns, 50, of Rural Valley, passed away on July 31, 2012 at the ACMH Hospital - Kittanning.
She was born on May 28, 1962 to Jack and Judy (Bowser) Boyer in Kittanning. Jane retired from Allegheny Ludlum, Brackenridge.
She graduated from Shannock Valley High School in 1980, enjoyed traveling to Ocean City, spending time with her grandchildren, scrap booking, shopping and going to lunch and breakfast with the ladies from Allegheny Ludlum..
A meeting is slated tonight for parents who transport their children to the Kane Elementary School in private vehicles.
According to School Principal Linda Lorenzo, the meeting is âmandatoryâ for parents and guardians who intend to use âparent pick-upâ at âany timeâ during the upcoming school year.
âThey have to be here,â Lorenzo said in emphasizing the point that parents who âpick-upâ their children after school must attend tonightâs meeting. She said parents who do not attend the meeting âwonât be able to pick up their children after schoolâ when classes resume later this month.