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Mt. Jewett Rotary hosts Big Brothers/Big Sisters

August 19, 2012

On a recent Wednesday evening the Mt. Jewett Rotary Club hosted the Annual McKean County Big Brothers Big Sisters summer picnic. The picnic was held at the Mt. Jewett Community Park. The order of business for the evening was great food, games and most importantly lots of fun. For over a century, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been helping change kids perspectives and giving them the opportunity to reach their potential.

Miss McKean County

August 14, 2012

Mary Rosenswie of Port Allegany is the McKean County Fair Queen for 2012. She is the daughter of Bill and Ursula Rosenswie. At Port Allegany High School where she will enter her senior year, she participates in track, soccer, marching band, concert band, IU-9 band, concert choir, show choir and chamber singers. She also is involved in French Club, Peer Helpers and Gator News. Mary's future plans are to become an occupational therapist.

Junior Queen and King

August 12, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

Madison Stahli (left), 8-year-old daughter of Chris and Teresa Stahli of Mt. Jewett, has been chosen as the Junior Queen for the Swedish Festival in Mt. Jewett. Collin Porter (right), the 8-year-old son of Mike and Tarra Porter of Mt. Jewett, has been selected as the Junior King. When they were 3-year-olds, the same pair were named as the festival's Prince and Princess.

*See more photos from the Swedish Festival by purchasing the Aug. 13 edition of The Kane Republican.

Festival Teen Queen

August 12, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

The crowning of the Teen Queen took place Sunday at the closing ceremony for the 42nd Swedish Festival in Mt. Jewett. The group includes, left to right: Haley Williams, one of the three contestants; Maya Huckabone, the 2012 festival Teen Queen; Brynn Howard, a contestant; and Baylee Swanson, the 2011 festival queen. Huckabone,13, will be entering the eighth grade at Kane Middle School. She is the daughter of Sally Reigel and Jim Huckabone.

*see more photos from the Swedish Festival by purchasing the Aug. 13 edition of The Kane Republican.

A main attraction

August 12, 2012

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Ted Lutz

The Grey Knights Drum and Bugle Corps of Johnsonburg is a main attraction Saturday at the Swedish Festival parade in Mt. Jewett.

*see more photos by purchasing the Aug. 13 edition of The Kane Republican.

Swedish Festival royalty

August 10, 2012

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Ted Lutz

Jim and Lynn Sluga of Mt. Jewett have been chosen as the king and queen of the annual Mt. Jewett Swedish Festival, which began Friday and continues today and Sunday. The king and queen were announced at the opening ceremony at St. Matthews Lutheran Church on East Main Street.

Festival Prince and Princess

August 10, 2012

Photo Credit
Ted Lutz

Brady Porter (left), the 5-year-old son of Mike and Tarra Porter of Mt. Jewett, has been chosen as a prince for the annual Mt. Jewett Swedish Festival. Jackie Davis (right) is the princess. She is the 5-year-old daughter of Tom and Leslie Davis of Lantz Corners. The festival continues today and Sunday.

Kane Garden Club

August 9, 2012

The Kane Garden Club's August "Garden of the Month" is located at 319 Birch St., a lovely residence owned by Tom and Sandy Kase. Tom is a forester and has chosen several trees for his garden, such as Mayapple and Hobblebush. The metal art, including a huge fish, and sunflowers in the back ground, was handcrafted by Sandy's son, Jody Aiello. One of the secrets of their beautiful garden is the dozens of flowers that bloom throughout the season, from snowdrops in March to New England asters in the fall. Many of the flowers were shared from family and friends.

Kane Day School Meet the Teacher Night

August 9, 2012

There are a few openings still available for both 3- and 4-year-olds at the Kane Day School.
The Kane Day School, a privately run, nonprofit preschool has been in existence since 1973 and is located in the basement of the Tabor Lutheran Church. The church is located at the Greeves Street-Dawson Street intersection. The school offers separate programs for 3- and 4-year-olds.

"Component One" video production is complete

August 8, 2012

Thursday, Aug. 2, was the final day of “Component One” for the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and Arts in Education Partnership video production project sponsored by the Kane Area School District.

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