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Homecoming royalty candidates

October 2, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

These are the candidates for Homecoming king and queen at Kane Area High School. Candidates for Homecoming queen include, seated, left to right: Nikki Sicher, Audrey Perry, Gina Picarelli, Dawn Saquin, Jackie Bedford and Nerissa Rich; candidates for king include, left to right, standing: Sean Rolick, Randy Ginkel, Zach Hadfield, Sean Jordan, Gage Feronti and Chris Israel. All candidates are seniors. The Homecoming parade is scheduled tonight at 6:30 on Fraley Street followed by a bonfire on Wetmore Avenue. The Homecoming football game is Friday night versus unbeaten Elk County Catholic (ECC).

Kane Tornado Homecoming candidates

October 1, 2012

Pictured are the 2012 Kane Tornado Homecoming candidates. In the front row, from left to right, are Dessa Gentile, Sierra Pontious and Elise Johnson. In the back row, from left to right, are Kendra Farnsworth, Krisalyn Rhodes, Kayla Lupole (Homecoming Queen) and Caitlyn Zampogna.

Tornado Homecoming Princess

September 30, 2012

Kayla Lupole, daughter of Terry and Betsy Lupole of Kane was crowned the Kane Tornadoes Homecoming Princess Saturday.

Drive 4 UR School

September 30, 2012

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Amy Geer

April Gabriel of Kane is all smiles as she prepares to take a Ford for a test drive during Saturday's "Drive 4 UR School" fundraiser. Ford Motor Company donated $20 for every person who test drove one of ten vehicles from Zook Motors to various school organizations. Organizers said the program was a big success, with a steady stream of drivers participating throughout the day. 

Here come the dogs

September 29, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

Participants in the Pet Parade held Friday evening in Kane march down Haines Street. Most of the 40 entries in the parade were dogs. The Rev. Chad Troup, pastor of the First Church of God, and the Rev. David Pflieger, chaplain at the Lutheran Home at Kane, served as judges for the parade.

Marching in Pet Parade

September 29, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Parents and their children marched Friday in the Pet Parade in Kane. The parade formed at SMP Pharmacy at Haines and Fraley streets and traveled down the Haines Street hill to the St. Callistus Catholic Church parking lot.

Most unusual pet

September 29, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

Kendall Watts (left) and her sister Jillian (right) won the Pet Parade prize for the most unusual pet-- chickens. The Kane Chamber of Commerce sponsored the Community Pet Parade held Friday.

Prize for largest pet

September 29, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

Scott Lydic of Kane won the prize Friday for having the largest pet in the Pet Parade in Kane. He rode his fox-trotter horse "Gray" in the parade.

Most talented dog

September 29, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

Raeann Asel, 11, of Kane shows off her dog "Lacey" at the Pet Parade held Friday evening in Kane. "Lacey" won the prize for the most talented dog.

face painting

September 29, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

Free face painting was offered Friday prior to the Pet Parade in Kane. Jennifer Wilson (left) paints the faces of 6-year-old Haley Bundy (center) and 4-year-old Lainey Stear (right) at a booth in the parking lot at SMP Pharmacy at Haines and Fraley streets.

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