The Stear family is pictured during last night's Open House at the Kane Elementary School. Rick and Missy Stear are pictured with their daughter Lainey and son Jess in Lainey's homeroom. Also pictured with the family is Lainey's first grade teacher, Mrs Julie Wismar and Principal Linda Lorenzo.
Marsha Keller (right), the senior manager for Human Resources at Kane Community Hospital, greets Debora Angood (left) of Smethport and Dawn Loveless (center) of Port Allegany as they arrive Wednesday for "Ladies Night Out" at the hospital. A large crowd attended the two-hour event, which included special gifts and brochures for the women.
Judy Flynn (center), nurse practitioner, goes over breast cancer information Wednesday during the fifth annual "Ladies Night Out" at Kane Community Hospital. The group includes, left to right: Laurie Menteer, Cheyenne Johnston, Flynn, Mary Jean Quatman and Barbara Collins.
Members of Kane's Cross Country teams held their annual Costumed Run yesterday. The Wolves' runners took to the streets of Kane in full costume for their workout. Members of the team will compete in Saturday's District 9 Championship meet which will take place in Ridgway.
Members of the Kane High School and Kane Middle School cheerleading squads raised money throughout last week for breast cancer research. The cheerleaders are pictured during halftime of Friday night's game with Elk County Catholic. The girls raised nearly $1,200 this year.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday to mark the official opening of âLaughing Owl Pressâ at 27 Fraley St., Kane. Taking part in the ceremony are, left to right: Anne Albright, Kane office manager for State Sen. Joe Scarnati (R-Brockway); William âYogiâ Osmer, mayor of Kane; Nadine Holt, president of the Kane Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; Andrea and Joe Lanich, owners of the printing business; and Erin Vassallo, executive director of the Kane Area Development Center, which includes the Chamber of Commerce. A grand-opening celebration will be held Sunday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Jamie Lingenfelter (left) and Hannah Ross (right) have been crowned as the Homecoming King and Queen at Kane Area High School. Both are seniors. Lingenfelter is the son of Donna and Phil Lingenfelter of Kane. Ross is the daughter of Megan Ingram and Erik Ross of Mt. Jewett. The king was selected Saturday night at the Homecoming dance at the high school. The queen was announced Friday night at halftime of the Homecoming football game.