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Kane natives decorate graves

May 22, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Kane natives Wally and Ginny Cartwright Haulik return to their hometown Friday to decorate the graves of Ginny's parents-- Harold and Geneva Cartwright at Forest Lawn Cemetery. The Hauliks, who have been married for 51 years, are 1959 graduates of Kane High School. They now reside in Carlisle.

Middle School Chorus set to perform

May 21, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Some of the members of the Kane Middle School Chorus pose with Chorus Director Matthew F. McClard prior to Thursday's Spring Choral Concert at the middle school auditorium. The group includes, left to right: Carter Carlisle, sixth grade; Tristan Carney, seventh grade; Mikey Ford, eighth grade; McClard; Juliana Carnahan-Curcio, sixth grade; Ashley Shay, eighth grade; and Danielle Swanson, seventh grade.

Seniors in final school concert

May 21, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Seven senior members of the Kane High School Chorus and the Choraliers prepare to perform together Thursday for the last time at the Spring Choral Concert at the Kane Middle School auditorium. The group includes, front row: Taylor Grube (chorus), Kristin Boyer (Choraliers), Nellie Troutman (chorus and Choraliers) and Bettina Cherry (Choraliers); back row: Joey Marold (Choraliers), Matthew F. McClard (chorus and Choraliers director), Drake Mericle (chorus and Choraliers) and Ang DeSio (Choraliers).

A lot of voting knowledge

May 20, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Helen Mague (left), minority election inspector for Wetmore Township, goes over the electronic voting machine with voter Phyllis Swanson (right) during Tuesday's primary election. Mague has been a township election worker for more than 55 years. Swanson has been a voter for 60 years.

Final concert for seniors

May 20, 2015

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Ted Lutz

The Spring Concert held Tuesday evening at the Kane High School auditorium is the final concert for 11 senior members of the band and orchestra. The group includes, left to right, seated: Ang DeSio, cello; Joey Marold, cello; Daria Huckabone, baritone; Nellie Troutman, cello; and Simrin Suddle, cello; standing: Kristin Boyer, violin; Bettina Cherry, violin; Jack Ball, alto saxophone; Henry Sobieski, orchestra director; Evan Peterson, trumpet; Emily Truden, percussion; Matthew McClard, band director; and Olivia Kumher, alto saxophone.

Hacker Street work in Kane

May 18, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Work is underway to install 16 new concrete ramps at four intersections with Hacker Street (Route 321) in Kane. J&C Allied of Knox is the contractor for the project. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) paved Hacker Street last year. To meet guidelines under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), new ramps must be installed to accommodate people in wheelchairs and the blind. The project calls for the removal of the old concrete ramps and the installation of new materials. Chuck Kepler of Wetmore Township is the project inspector.

Band members ready to play

May 14, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Some of the members of the bands at the Kane Middle School get set to play Thursday at the Spring Concert at the school auditorium. The group includes, left to right: Rachel Danielson, seventh grade, flute; Elise Johnson, eighth grade, alto saxophone; Caitlyn Zampogna, eighth grade, alto saxophone; Emily Hipolito, sixth grade, flute; Ryan Hunt, eighth grade, alto saxophone; Hunter Hoag, seventh grade, trumpet; Joey Walters, seventh grade, baritone; and Clayton Detrick, eighth grade, alto saxophone. Joseph Thornburg (back) is the director of the bands.

Orchestra members prepare

May 14, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Some of the members of the seventh and eighth-grade orchestras at the Kane Middle School prepare Thursday for the Spring Concert at the school auditorium. The group includes, left to right: Sierra Hillman, seventh grade, cello; 
Sarri Swanson, sixth grade, violin; Ella Marconi, eighth grade, bass; Henry Sobieski, orchestra director; Jesse Kilcoin, sixth grade, cello; Jacob Jensen, seventh grade, violin; and Zackary Howe, seventh grade, violin. The Middle School Chorus will perform in concert next Thursday at the school auditorium.

School celebrates 'Week of the Young Child'

May 13, 2015

Mr. Gaetano, School Superintendent at Kane Area School District, recently visited the Early Intervention preschool class in the Kane elementary school to read the story, "Number One Sam."
"Number One Sam" is the book that was chosen to be read statewide to promote the importance of literacy development in young children. Mr. Gaetano was one of many who participated in this event to celebrate, “The Week of the Young Child.”

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See full article in the May 14 edition of The Kane Republican.

Celebration for Elizabeth Kane

May 12, 2015

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Amy Geer

Liz Haberberger, left, and Constance Anderson, right, in costume as Elizabeth Kane, read excerpts from the founding lady of Kane's journal on Tuesday evening at the Thomas L Kane Memorial Chapel. The Kane Historic Preservation Society held a birthday celebration in honor of what would be Elizabeth Kane's 179th birthday. In addition to the readings by Haberberger and Anderson, the music group Co Townes entertained the nearly full house.

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