The students at Kane Community Preschool celebratedÂ Dr. Seuss week with green eggs and ham and Lorax mustaches! KCPÂ is holding registration for next school year on March 13 from 4:30-7 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church
Brittany Elton has been volunteering to do dental presentations for first graders at Kane Elementary this week.Â Theyâ€™ve learned about proper care and treatment.Â Sheâ€™s also given each student a free goodie bag to encourage daily brushing. Here she is pictured with Emma and Eric in room 111.
Four key members of the Nittany Minimart gather with a display at the company's new store at Lantz Corners. The store now is open around-the-clock, seven days a week. The group includes, left to right: Rhonda Richards, territory supervisor; Christine Orenak of St. Marys, store manager; Lori Stem, territory manager; and Samantha Jashurek Yocum, territory manager. Yocum is a Kane native and a 1993 graduate of Kane Area High School. The store features fuel, fresh-made sandwiches, pizza and snacks and beverages. A ribbon-cutting for the new store now is planned for 10 a.m. Thursday.
Mrs. Paula Mosier and her second grade class would like to thank Mr. Richard Coleman, past editor of The Kane Republican, for his faithful, weekly help listening toÂ students read. Mr. Coleman has helped Mrs. MosierÂ over several years for this one-hour weekly reading time.Â Mr. Coleman, Mrs. Mosier, and the children enjoyed ice cream sundaes as an end of year celebration. Thank you Mr. Coleman.
Mrs. Heckman's five-year-old studentsÂ are one step closer to completing their preschool.Â Both the morning and afternoon classes made a trip to the Kane Elementary School where they participated in a tour of the many rooms they would encounter when entering kindergarten this fall.Â
The four-year-old classes at the Kane Day School, located at the Tabor Lutheran Church, got to visit with their upcoming kindergarten teachers.Â The teachers along with Mrs. Wolfe, Reading Specialist, visited the classes to administer the Phelps Kindergarten Readiness Scale Test to children.Â The teachers took time to initiateÂ conversations with the children shortly after the arrived at school.Â Then Mrs. Tunnal and Mrs. Feikls left to visit and test the children at another preschool.Â Mrs. Wolfe, Mrs. Pusateri, Mrs. Lorenzo,Â and Mrs.
These are the 2013 officers for the Auxiliary for the Kane Volunteer Fire Department. Officers include, left to right: Brenda Oâ€™Rourke, vice president; Toni Kane, chaplain; Esther Kelley, president; and Karen Smith, secretary. Angela Wheatley, treasurer, was not present when the photo was taken.
Pennsylvania American Water, which serves Kane, has made a $500 donation to the Kane Volunteer Fire Department. Tim Mague (left), the field operations supervisor for the Pennsylvania American Water Kane District, presents the donation to Tim Holt (right), chief of the Kane Fire Department. Pennsylvania American Water since 2009 has contributed about $140,000 to assist fire departments in its service areas. In making the donations, the company praises the fire departments for "your hard work, dedication and invaluable service to provide fire protection to our communities."