On Wednesday, Nov. 16 the Lutheran Home at Kane recognized 47 employees for their years of hard work and dedication to our residents and staff. One employee had 30 years, three employees had 20 years, two employees had 15 years, five employees had 10 years, nine employees had three years and 17 employees had one year of service.
On Nov 17., children of K.A.S.P. participated in a field trip to the new location of the Mountain Laurel Credit Union. Miss Patty talked to the children regarding the importance of saving money. The children also met Penny the Penguin and received packets and pencils.
These kindergarten students hold a few of the items collected during the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive at the Kane Elementary School. The students include, kneeling, Isaac Hepler (left) and Adrian Green (right); seated: Caliann Kribbs (left) and Merry Peterson (right). The school collects the food for the Kane Area Food Pantry.
Joe Cheauka and Karl Mohney of the Kane Lions Club are shown hanging â€śChristmas Wreathsâ€ť early Sunday morning near the Fuel On Station under clear blue skies. The club members met on Fraley Street at 8 a.m. to set 22 lighted wreaths on the street lights on main street and wrap five utility poles with garlands on Field Street. The Lions have been handling the Christmas lighting as a service to the people of the Kane area for many years.
Mrs. Boyer'sÂ first graders held a cupcake sale on Thursday, Nov. 10.Â In less than 20 minutesÂ they sold over 400 cupcakes. The total sales were $209.50.Â They are donating the money to families in need this holiday season. Pictured are John Eckstrom, Brady Danielson and Jacob Troutman.
The Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) at the Kane Elementary School is holding its annual Book Fair the school library. Second-grade students looking at some of the books include, left to right, front row: Kelsie Brinkley, Andrew Jekielek, Shane Ackley and Trenton Smith. PTO volunteers include, back row: Danielle Gullifer (left) and Heather Moore (right). The Book Fair will continue through next Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the library.
The Kane Elks Lodge hosted a Swiss steak dinner prior to its November meeting to honor its members with over 25 years of membership. Shown in the picture are 30 of the members who attended the dinner, ranging from Rick Holmes who reached hisÂ 25thÂ year of membership to Don Magnuson who was honored for 61 years of membership. Joe Bizzak was recognized on his 50th year of membership.