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October 28th, 2012
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 winnerâs 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.
Haunted Scare Chamber to open Saturday and Wednesday 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Kane Eagles Club. The event will be filled with scary displays. The entrance will be off of Bayard Street.
The 5-3 Kane Wolves host the 3-5 Coudersport Falcons on Friday night in the final regular season game for both squads. Kane coach Todd Silfies, however, says to throw out the records, as both teams are playing for a lot more than a win on Friday night.
SUMMERVILLE - Three area residents were killed and another seriously injured in a one-vehicle crash that occurred on Wednesday afternoon in Clover Township, Jefferson County.
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âGhostsâ in the front yard greet Halloween visitors to this house at 7 McClellan Ave. in Mt. Jewett. The annual âtrick or treatâ in Mt. Jewett is set for next Tuesday, Oct. 30.
SMETHPORT â The McKean County share of Marcellus Shale money hasnât yet arrived but municipalities and organizations already are reaching out for a piece of the pie.
The Kane Rotary Club honored the Kane Volunteer Fire Department with an "appreciation dinner" Tuesday at the fire hall.
Mike London, athletic director of Kane Area School District, announced that a meeting will be held on Thursday, Oct. 25 for qualifying athletes to order their Kane Wolves varsity jacket. The meeting will be held in Room 108 during fifth period.
Athletes who have lettered at least two years in one sport or one year in at least two sports are eligible to purchase a jacket. A deposit of $60 must accompany the order. The deposit may be made by check payable to the Kane High School Athletic Association or by cash.
Join the Kane Area Development Center on Oct. 27 between 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to test drive a Ford Vehicle from Zook Motors. For each test drive, $20 will be donated to our community charity and development projects. Get outÂ to drive on October 27th and to enjoy community events around town.Â Community Chili contest, vendors, pumpkin carving contest, children's pumpkin painting, apple cider press, apple bobbing, hay rides, crafts, games and prizes.
To enterÂ the Community Chili contest or for more information about any of the events listed above, please contact theÂ Kane AreaÂ Development Center.