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October 27th, 2013
Alex McNeil, a New Hampshire native, embraces the challenge of crossing the U.S. from sea to shining sea.
McNeil, 37, has ridden a moped across the U.S. He obtained his private pilotâ€™s license and flew a small airplane across the country. This trip included a stop for fuel at the Bradford Regional Airport.
RIDGWAY â€“ "It Takes A Village."
That's the message being spread by Bob Esch, a member of the Pa. Early Learning Investment Commission [ELIC], an entity geared toward the construction of a public-private partnership of business leaders across Pennsylvania who advocate for quality early childhood investment.
The Friends' Memorial Library was the place to be on Thursday. Kane Area Development Center sponsored a BAH-October After Hours event at the library and nearly half of those in attendance came in costume. Uptown Kane will be bustling on Saturday during the group's Fall Fest. Many activities are planned throughout the town, including a parade at 1 p.m.
Uptown Kane will be buzzing with activity on Saturday with various activities planned throughout the day.
Many Kane businesses will be having sidewalk sales, weather permitting, and offering special sales to mark the event. Several businesses will have coupons offering additional discounts, and customers using the coupons will be entered into a drawing to win a $100 gift certificate.
RIDGWAY â€“ The recent 16-day federal government shutdown had little effect on the North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission as officials for the reimbursement-based organization were prepared for the duration.
Chuck and Peg Kepler were honored at Saturday's 15th Annual Steve Jerman Memorial 5K Race and Two Mile Walk for "Fifteen years of dedication and service" to the event. More than 120 people registered to participate in the run or walk on Saturday. All proceeds from the event benefit the Steve Jerman Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Representatives from three area emergency organizations took part in Sundayâ€™s emergency vehicle driver training at the Kane Area High School parking lot.
A new unifying symbol designed to "galvanize greater awareness and action to end domestic violence and sexual assault" is gaining momentum.
Kane Area High School's parking lot was the site of an emergency vehicle operator training class on Sunday.
Members of the Kane and Mt. Jewett Police Departments sponsored a Stranger Danger assembly to the students of the Kane Elementary School on Friday. Co-Principal Jay Israel introduced Mt. Jewett Chief of Police Steve Hale, who made the presentation to the students.