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Broadway Beat

May 9, 2012

Photo Credit
Keith Reigel

These members are part of the fourth grade at Kane Elementary School to perform Broadway Beat. Broadway Beat is a musical review highlighting a wide variety of Broadway tunes. Front row, from left to right: Zackary Howe, Damien Haight, Danielle Swanson, Haylee Swanson and Athena Strickland; back row, from left to right: Jacob Moore, Theodore Race, Nathan Asp, Hannah Gullifer, Xandra Ladd and Sierra Hillman.

Broadway Beat

May 9, 2012

Photo Credit
Keith Reigel

These members of the fourth grade were part of the Kane Elementary School Program called Broadway Beat. Broadway Beat is a musical review highlighting a wide variety of Broadway tunes. Front row, from left to right: Rachel Danielson, Madison Cressley, Madison Lister and Heidi Johnson; back row, from left to right: Andrew Geer, Shawn Fleming, John Crowl, Jordan Lima-Lopez and Alexandra Hodgdon

Livestock Club clean up the cemetery

May 7, 2012

On May 6 the McKean County Livestock Club met at the Lamphier Cemetery in Eldred. There were three members present: Stephanie McFall, Ryan Davis, and John Post. There were two guests: Pam McFall, Marcia Lamar. The club had a guest speaker: Don Tanner. Don talked to the members about the endowment fund is and how it worked for 4-H. The club members cleaned debris from the cemetery. The members received their forms for their pepperoni fundraiser. The members are raising funds so they can raise a swine and sell it at the livestock auction in August.

Mermaid teacher kindergartners

May 7, 2012

Kindergarten was recently entertained by a KARCC sponsered program from the Children's Museum in Pittsburgh. Lani Cataldi, dressed as a mermaid, taught the importance of keeping our Earth and waters clean and called on several volunteers from 'the ocean' to help her. Pictured is Lani, Raeann Raught, Kaylin Butters, Emily Gilmore and Dakota Schatz.

Accelerated Reader

May 7, 2012

Joshua Stewart, a second-grade student in teacher Pam Karlene's class at the Kane Elementary School, beams as he holds Nancy Carlson's book "Think Big!" He was "thinking big" as he set his goal of reading and testing on 100 Accelerated Reader titles. Josh gains AR 100 Club membership with his stellar efforts. This is no surprise as he claims reading is his favorite "at home activity" especially the series "Diary of a Wimpy Kid." In school, Josh also enjoys math.

First Communion Class

May 3, 2012

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Peterson Studio

This is the First Communion Class at St. Callistus Catholic Church in Kane. Taking part in the rite of First Communion on April 22 are, left to right, Row 1: Chase Nelson, Emma Ely, Emily Hipolito, Jessica Buhl, Nicole Abplanalp and Matthew Boyer;
Row 2: Nicholas Buhl, Ryan Buhl, Trenton Bradybaugh, Mason Zuzek, John Feikls, Thomas Szymanski, Sam Smith and Aiden Zampogna;
Row 3: Joshua Buhl and Luke Lasko; Row 4: Mary Sewell, Father Philip Pinczewski, Josephine Peterson and Sister Frances Therese.

Accelerated Reader

May 3, 2012

Kindergarten student Aaron Mishic achieved Accelerated Reader 100 Club status recently at the Kane Elementary School. Aaron excels at reading...and no wonder. His favorite part of the day in kindergarten is reading! At home, when not devouring the latest dinosaur book, Aaron enjoys playing LEGOS.  He is a student in teacher Lisa Lorenzo's class and is the son of Susan and Scott Mishic. 

Accelerated Readers

May 3, 2012

The Kane Area Middle School Accelerated Reader winners for the month of April are Emily Feikls (left, sixth grade), Tommy Gustafson (center, seveth grade), and Jacob Shrubb (right, eighth grade).  Readers in each grade level must read and successfully test on novels to accumulate AR points.  Once enough points are earned, students are entered into a monthly drawing for prize baskets.

Ribbon-cutting

April 27, 2012

Photo Credit
Keith Reigel

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the Garden Center in East Kane. Pictured are Sue Holt (chamber member), Jim Airgood (chamber member), Janet Brunner (chamber member), Jerry Milliron (Owner), Robbie Fitzpatrick (employee), Jill Thompson (local legislative aide for State Rep. Kathy Rapp (R - Warren), and Melanie Clabaugh (executive director of the Kane Area Development Center and Chamber of Commerce). The garden center is scheduled to open May 5.

Spring Concert

April 26, 2012

Photo Credit
Keith Reigel

The 19-member fifth grade chorus prepare for the Spring Concert held at the Kane Elementary School. These includefrom left to right: Dessa Gentile, Madison Bizzak, Tara Blake, Chorus Director, Ashley Shay and Michael Ford.

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