October 18th, 2012
Marion R. Lobaugh, 85, of Campbelltown Road, passed away Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, at Kane Community Hospital.
Born July 28, 1927, in Corsica, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Bessie Oakes Fitzsimmons.Â On May 18, 1947, in Smethport, she married Howard Lobaugh who preceded her in death in 2001.
Mrs. Lobaugh, a homemaker, is survived by three sons, Howard (Diane) Lobaugh II of Johnsonburg, Charles (Susie) Lobaugh of Annapolis, Md. and Harry (Cathy) Lobaugh of Anderson, S.C.; a daughter, Cheryl (Dan) Milbourne of Mt. Joy; 10 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
The Kane Wolves were firing on all cylinders last Friday night as they defeated the Johnsonburg Rams by a score of 41-0. The Wolves amassed 470 yards on offense while the defense pitched their first shutout of the season.
The Kane Lady Wolvesâ soccer team played their final game of the season on Thursday, hosting the 15-2 Curwensville Golden Tide.
RIDGWAY â Kane rallied from a 2-1 deficit to defeat the Ridgway Lady Elkers 3-2 on Thursday night at Ridgway Area High School.
JOHSONBURG â On Wednesday, Oct. 17 students from St. Marys Catholic Elementary, Johnsonburg Elementary and Kane Elementary participated in the Forest Awareness Program and toured the Pennsylvania Woodmobile at the Johnsonburg Fire Hall. The Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group (AHUG) and the Pennsylvania Hardwood Development Council (HDC) brings the programs to the region.
Taylor Bucheit scored four goals in the Lady Wolvesâ 5-4 victory over West Forest on Wednesday in Kane.
The junior got the home team on the scoreboard early when she took a pass from Dawn Saquin and knocked a shot by the Lady Firesâ goalie a little more than one minute into the game to get the ball rolling for Kane.
The Kane School Board held a reception last week to welcome the new staff members in the school district.
The Kane Lady Wolvesâ volleyball team took on a young Sheffield squad on Tuesday night in the Wolvesâ Den. The Lady Wolves won the first game 25-19, lost the second 25-22, won the third game 25-14, and rallied in the fourth to win the game 25-20 and take the match.
With the win, the Lady Wolves improve to 9-4 on the season with three matches left on the schedule.
The Kane Lady Wolves soccer team outshot the visiting Brockway Rovers on Tuesday afternoon but had a hard time finding the back of the net and ended up losing 5-2 in their first of three home games in three days.
The home team got off on the right foot when Maria Newton scored with just over one minute into the game.
Not many employees enthusiastically say they love their job.
Beth Lenaway, the new director of the Kane Senior Center, is an exception.
âI just love what Iâm doing,â Lenaway said with a tone of vim and vigor. âItâs a very rewarding job.â