October 23rd, 2012
The Kane Rotary Club honored the Kane Volunteer Fire Department with an "appreciation dinner" Tuesday at the fire hall.
The Kane Lady Wolves hosted the Johnsonburg Ramettes on Tuesday night in volleyball action at the Wolves Den. Kane defeated the visitors in three straight sets but that gives no indication of how close a match it was.
The Kane junior varsity football team ended their season on Monday night, losing to Elk County Catholic 37-15 at Paul R Miller Stadium.
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.
RIDGWAY â€“ A late first half touchdown proved to be enough as Kane football won their third consecutive game with a 12-7 victory over Ridgway Friday night at Memorial Field in Ridgway.
Fall is a great time of the year for photography with the changing of the leaves, the brisk air, and time for a trip down to elk country. I write about the Pennsylvania Elk quite often, mainly because I find them one of the better photo opportunities in the area. I just canâ€™t get enough of them. I know some residents of the Benezette area arenâ€™t too thrilled about the fall season. The Elk rut attracts countless sightseers, the traffic, the noise, and yes, those pesky wildlife photographers.
Carsen T. Davis, 13, of 400 Maple St., Kane, died early morning Friday, Oct. 19, 2012 after a life-long illness.
Born Sept. 3, 1999 in St. Marys, he was the son of Megan Wile and William Davis, Jr.
Catholic by faith, Carsen enjoyed music, walks, going to school and Colts football. Even though Carsen's life on earth was brief, he had a profound impact on those lives he touched.Â He will be sadly missed by family, school friends and the community.
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.