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Students-of-the-Month

June 1, 2012

These are the students-of-the-month for May at the Kane Elementary School. They are holding certificates provided by the Kane Elks Lodge, sponsor of the program. The group includes, left to right, front row: Haley Bundy, kindergarten; Myka Costanzo, first grade; and Jenny Crowley, second grade; back row: Kaarina Hemdal, fifth grade; Brooke Lehman, third grade; Victoria Hallberg, fourth grade.

Accelerated Reader

May 31, 2012

Makieya McGuire, a student in teacher Tracy Pierson's second grade class at the Kane Elementary School, can't help smiling broadly. She recently attained Accelerated Reader 100 Club status having read and successfully tested on 100 books this school year. Makieya enjoys the Amelia Bedelia series by Herman and Peggy Parish.  Her favorite school class is physical education with teacher Rich Hunt. She also enjoys physical activity at home, especially jumping on her trampoline.

'Remembrance Flag'

May 30, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Diane Ion (right) of Kane has knitted this beautiful "Remembrance Flag" to honor the memory of Staff Sgt. Kenneth VanGiesen, a Kane native killed while serving in Afghanistan last year. Ion, the soon-to-be junior vice commander at the Kane Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), presented the flag on Memorial Day to Sue and Tom VanGiesen (center), parents of the fallen soldier. Leo "Bert" Geibel (left), the VFW adjutant, helps holds the flag. Ion said it took her seven months to knit the flag as a tribute to VanGiesen.

Recipients of VFW packages

May 29, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Three local uniformed soldiers marched Monday with the VFW Ladies Auxiliary float in the Memorial Day parade in Kane. The soldiers, now home, received monthly packages from the Kane Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) while they were serving overseas. The soldiers include Tom Anderson (left), who served with the Army in Iraq; Cory Avenali (center), who served with the Army in Germany; and Zach Odonish (right), who served in Afghanistan with the Air Force.

Patriotic sisters

May 28, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Two Slater sisters—Sydney (left), 7, and Hailey, 8-- wave small American flags as they sit Monday near the curb on Fraley Street for the Memorial Day parade in Kane. The girls are the daughters of Bruce and Michelle Slater of Kane.

Kane Marching Band

May 28, 2012

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Ted Lutz

The Kane High School Marching Band passes the intersection of Fraley and Greeves streets Monday during the annual Memorial Day parade in Kane.

A tribute to veterans

May 25, 2012

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Ted Lutz

This area at the Tabor Church Cemetery pays tribute to the veterans of all wars. American Legion Post 250 in Kane established this memorial area at the cemetery on Route 66 south of Kane.

A Memorial Day ritual

May 25, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Many Kane area residents will be visiting cemeteries this Memorial Day weekend to decorate the graves of loved ones. Chris and Ken Snow of Old Mill Road, Wetmore Township, plant flowers at the graves of Chris' parents-- Ansel and Ann Nelson at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Kane. Ansel was a veteran of World War I.

Students raise money for wolf conservation center

May 25, 2012

Kane Area students recently participated in a very successful service-learning project to raise money for a wolf conservation center.
One Kane fourth-grader who was curious about our local school mascot did some reading and found out that the wolf is still an endangered species. She and some friends decided they would like to raise money to help save our mascot from becoming extinct.

Girl Scouts tree planting

May 22, 2012

In honor of Girl Scouts turning 100 years old this past March, all troops in Pennsylvania were given the opportunity to plant trees in their area. Kane Girl Scout Troop 23093 planted 11 pine trees at the middle school football field.  C.W. Hardware provided the materials needed to plant and protect the trees. Top row, from left to right, are Hannah Nelson, Chelsea Hunt, Kalen Johnson, Anna Robbins, Olivia Douglas and Abby Langille. Bottom row, from left to right, are Victoria Hallberg, Raeann Asel, Rylee Johnson and Emily Bucheit.

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