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Orchestra set to perform

December 14, 2012

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Ted Lutz

These students, who are some of the orchestra members, prepare to play stringed instruments Thursday evening at the Kane Middle School Christmas Concert at the school auditorium. The group includes, left to right: Mara Nicklas, sixth grade, viola; Raisa Wright, sixth grade, violin; Halle Saf, sixth grade, violin; Gina Marconi, seventh grade, violin; Henry Sobieski, orchestra director; Christo Park, seventh grade, cello; Patrick Detsch, sixth grade, violin; and Yancey Howe, sixth grade, violin. The sixth grade orchestra performed three songs.

Chorus members ready for concert

December 14, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Members of the Kane Middle School Chorus prepare for the Christmas Concert held Thursday at the school auditorium. The group includes, left to right: Bailey Arthurs, eighth grade; Connor Crowley, eighth grade; Jacob Silvis, sixth grade; Matthew McClard, chorus director; Jennifer Cecchetti, eighth grade; Ashley Shay, sixth grade; and Darla Duval, seventh grade. The chorus sang three songs at the concert.

Winning performance at Talent Show

December 12, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Nathan Moore plays his guitar and sings Wednesday during the Kane High School Talent Show. A junior, Moore captured the first-place prize. A panel of judges included staff and students. Teacher Judy Kessler organized the Talent Show.

Check presented to The Kane Republican

December 11, 2012

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Julie Barrett

Barb Gadley-Cheeks of the Kane Eagles #307 presents a $525 check to Kane Republican Business Manager Cindy Hulings for the newspaper's Toys for Kids campaign. Each year, members of the club hold a toy drive. Along with the check, the club also donated two large boxes of toys. Monetary donations and new unwrapped toys are being accepted until Dec. 14 at 4:30 p.m at The Kane Republican office.

Students-of-the-Month

December 9, 2012

These are the Students-of-the-Month for November at the Kane Elementary School. They include, left to right: fifth grade, Aaron Hottel; fourth grade, Skylar Beckford; third grade, Joshua Stewart; second grade, Shakira Yoder; first grade, Carter Himes; and kindergarten, Marie Hilyer. The honored students are holding certificates provided by the Kane Elks Lodge.

Toys for Kids donation

December 7, 2012

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Amy Geer

Kylie Boylan stopped by the Kane Republican office with her grandmother on Thursday to drop off a donation for the Toys for Kids campaign. According to Kane Republican business manager Cindy Hulings, 129 children have been signed up to receive presents this year. Donations, both toys and monetary, will be accepted until Friday, Dec. 14.

New Honor Society members

December 7, 2012

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Ted Lutz

The National Honor Society at Kane High School held its Induction Ceremony on Tuesday at the Olmsted Manor in Ludlow. New members of the Honor Society include, left to right, seated: Brittany Kowatch, Kyla Hoag, Hayley Walters, Maria Newton and Lauren Myers; standing: Jandilee Smith, Haylee Mague, Isaac Robbins, Jonathan Luke Gelsick and Cheyenne Wheatley. Hoag and Walters are seniors. The other new members are juniors.

Accelerated Readers

December 6, 2012

The Kane Area Middle School AR winners for November are Alyssa Zampogna (left, eighth grade), Taylor Munce (middle, 6th grade), and Ashleigh Glogau (right, seventh grade).  Students must earn enough AR points to be entered into a drawing for prize baskets.

Honor Society officers

December 6, 2012

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Ted Lutz

The National Honor Society at Kane Area High School held its annual Induction Ceremony on Tuesday evening at Olmsted Manor. The officers of the Honor Society include, left to right, seated: Melanie Geer, treasurer; Dawn Saquin, historian; and Christina Moore, vice president; standing: Makayla Anderson, secretary; Mary Filjones, teacher for the “gifted” program and adviser for the Honor Society; and Alison Packard, president. All students are seniors and are second-year members of the Honor Society.

Mt. Jewett Rotary Club presents program

November 30, 2012

At the Nov. 28 meeting of the Mt. Jewett Rotary Club Mike Barnard and Kristin Dillenbeck presented a program on the McKean County Community Service 3G Program. 3G stands for Good, Growing, Gardens. The motto of the program is “Helping others By Helping Ourselves.” The program provides a meaningful alternative to incarceration. Defendants who are placed in the program must complete a specified number of community service hours in order to fulfill the requirements of their probation. Participants in the program work at a number of locations throughout McKean County.

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