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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.

Orchestra members ready to perform

May 18, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

Members of the orchestras at the Kane Middle School are ready to perform Thursday evening at the Spring Concert at the school auditorium. The group includes, left to right: Ben Reynolds, sixth grade, violin; Wes Cleer, sixth grade, violin; Raistlin Paar, eighth grade, viola; Henry Sobieski, orchestra director; Lindsey Hottel, eighth grade, violin; Sydni Holt, seventh grade, cello; and Sami Bigley, eighth grade, violin. The combined seventh and eighth-grade orchestra and the sixth-grade orchestra performed at the concert.

Band members ready for concert

May 18, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

Members of bands at the Kane Middle School prepare for the Spring Concert held Thursday evening at the school auditorium. The group includes, left to right: Shyanne Blankenship, seventh grade, French horn; Riana Smith, sixth grade, flute; Danielle Payne, eighth grade, clarinet; Matthew McClard, band director; Charlie Ball, seventh grade, percussion; Raymond Maze, sixth grade, alto saxophone; and Austin Guy-Eschrich, sixth grade, tuba. The combined seventh and eighth-grade band and the sixth-grade band performed at the concert.

KARE For Kane volunteers

May 11, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Brian Mlakar (left) and Colton Morgan (right) are among the Kane High students who volunteered Friday to help with the KARE For Kane community beautification project. Mlakar is a junior. Morgan is a freshman.

Library window washing

May 11, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Eric Lima (left) and his wife, Tamara (center) wash windows Friday at the Friends’ Memorial Public Library on Chase Street during KARE For Kane. Looking on is Library Director Cindy Parker (right), who also volunteered for the cleanup program.

Happy to go to work

May 11, 2012

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Ted Lutz

These fourth-grade students at the Kane Elementary School appear to be happy as they prepare to undertake community beautification work Friday during KARE For Kane. The students gather outside the Kane Area Community Center, which served as the headquarters for the event.

Plenty of smiles to go around

May 9, 2012

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Ted Lutz

The Academic Banquet held Wednesday at the Kane High School gymnasium brought together many families to salute the award-winners. Hannah Ross (second from right) received numerous awards at the banquet. Her happy family includes her sister Korin Hoskinson (left) and Korin's 3-month-old daughter, Clarlise; her mother, Megan Inghram; and her father, Erik. The Ross family resides in Mt. Jewett.

It's a family affair

May 9, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

The whole Tudor family of Kane turned out Wednesday for the annual Academic Banquet at the Kane High School gymnasium. The family includes children, left to right: Samantha, 7; Sasha, a sophomore; Eric, 10; and 8-week-old Matthew. The parents are Amy and Troy Tudor. Sasha received several awards at the banquet.

May Garden of the Month

May 9, 2012

The Kane Garden Club has chosen the lovely home of Sue and Joe Stauffer for their May Garden of the Month, located at 312 Dawson St.The front yard features several trees including two Red Maples. In front of the house and surrounding the trees, the Stauffers have selected to plant Black-Eyed Susans, Peonies, Irises, Hostas, Yellow Rhododendron, Burning Bush and Holly. Please drive by and see this beautiful garden in person.

Kane Garden Club welcomes Mr. Comes

May 9, 2012

On April 19, the Kane Garden Club welcomed Master Gardener Mr. Donald J. Comes, from Smethport, who has 60 years experience. He gave a lecture on spring wildflowers. He gave a long list of wildflowers from dandelions to pussywillows. Wildflowers do best in their natural habitat. His favorite saying is "leave the wildflower grow where God put them." If you're interested in getting ahold of Mr. Comes, contact Garden Club president Beverly Nix. The next scheduled meeting is May 17.

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