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Fire department safety officers

March 31, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Jim Greville (left) and Milford Kearney (right) are the safety officers for the Kane Volunteer Fire Department.

Kane Fire Police officers

March 31, 2015

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Ted Lutz

New officers for the Kane Fire Police include, left to right: John McAlee, fire lieutenant; and John Mehalko, captain. Missing from photo is Bob O'Rourke, second lieutenant.

Hamlin Township Fire Police

March 29, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Hamlin Township Supervisor Jim Trussell (left) has sworn in three members of the Hamlin Township Fire Police. The group includes, left to right: Trussell, chairman of the township Board of Supervisors; Scott Sanderson of Lantz Corners and Larry Stuck and Robert Palmer of Hazel Hurst. Sanderson is the captain of the Fire Police.

Providing blankets for children

March 29, 2015

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Ted Lutz

These kids in the Being Faithful Friends (BFF) program at the Presbyterian Church in Kane have participated in the Project Linus program to provide new handmade blankets to needy and homeless children. Zanadu at 105 Fraley St., Kane, is the local drop-off location for Project Linus. BFF is a once-a-week after-school program for children in kindergarten through fifth grade at the Kane Elementary School. About 60 children registered for the program, now in its second year. For more information on donating to Project Linus, contact Christine Park, general manager at Zanadu.

Truck officers for Kane Fire Department

March 27, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Truck officers for the Kane Volunteer Fire Department have been named for the year. The group includes, left to right, front row: Randy Gullifer, lieutenant, tower truck; and Jim Davis, captain, utility truck; back row: Andy Schreckengost, lieutenant, rescue truck; Mike Detsch, captain, tower truck; and Ben Asel, lieutenant, utility truck. Missing from photo are Brandon Long, lieutenant, tower truck; and Tom Eastman, captain, rescue truck.

Annual Fund Drive for 2015

March 25, 2015

Carol Niklaus, vice-president of Friends' Memorial Public Library trustees, is assisted by library volunteer, Tess Boschert, to the left, and trustee, Denice Klaiber, to the right, in the preparation of fund drive letters which were sent to Kane area families and businesses this week. The Annual Fund Drive 2015 has begun. It is the financial backbone of Friends' Library's operation.

Donating blood in Kane

March 24, 2015

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Ted Lutz

Clara Paul (left) of Hutchins prepares to donate another pint of blood Tuesday at the Community Blood Bank Blood Drive at the Kane Area Community Center. Brooke Yurchisin (right) of Pittsfield is a phlebotomist with the Erie-based Blood Bank that supplies Kane Community Hospital with blood. Paul, a regular blood donor, already has donated 18 gallons of blood and is one pint shy of reaching the 19-gallon plateau. The next Community Blood Bank Blood Drive is Tuesday, May 26 from noon to 5 p.m. at the community center in Kane.

KVFD Auxiliary officers

March 24, 2015

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Ted Lutz

The Kane Volunteer Fire Department (KVFD) Auxiliary has elected officers for the year. The group includes, left to right: Denice Klaiber, treasurer; Toni Kane, chaplain; Becky Gullifer, vice president; and Sue Snyder, president. Secretary Karen Smith was not present when the photo was taken. The Auxiliary holds events to benefit the fire department. The Auxiliary earlier this month presented a check of $1,500 to the fire department.

Kane Firemen's Relief Association officers

March 23, 2015

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Ted Lutz

The Kane Firemen's Relief Association has elected new officers. They include, left to right: Jim Greville, vice president; Joe Stauffer, president; and Randy Gullifer, treasurer. Secretary Don Blint was absent when the photo was taken. The Firemen's Relief Association oversees the expenditure of public tax money, which is designated for specific purposes in the fire department.

Fingerprinting newly registered kindergarten students

March 19, 2015

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Richie Lecker

Pennsylvania State Police troopers were at the Kane Area Elementary School on Thursday to fingerprint newly registered kindergarten students. The fingerprinting is part of the annual process to admit young and eager minds into the Kane Area School District's incoming kindergarten class.

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