Marilyn Blackmore (left), director, and Claudia Jakim (right), assistant director, goes over plans for the sixth annual Art In The Wilds Juried Fine Arts Show to be held Saturday and Sunday at Evergreen Park in Kane. Blackmore and her late husband, Dave organized the first show in 2007. She is the president of a 15-member volunteer board that meets year-round to plan the summerâ€™s biggest tourist attraction in Kane
Some of the key volunteers for the Community Bible School in Kane include, left to right, front row: Danielle Tiger, Bryce Schreckengost, and Steven Tiger; back row: Kathy Tanner, Kathy Long, Melia Brocious, Cris Mallery, Ashley Mix, Jill Stewart and Michele Smith. Judi Zelina of It's Judi's Place created the Vacation Bible School T-shirts, which were provided to the leaders and the children through the generosity of the Eagles Club, the VFW and various private donations. The four-day Bible School at eight participating Kane churches ended Thursday.
This sign publicizes the Kane community Vacation Bible School, which was held Monday through Thursday this week at eight Kane churches and the Kane Area Community Center. Volunteers with the sign are, left to right:Â Terika Schleicher, Sandy Zook, Josephine Lauer, Deb Asp, Ginny Coppersmith, John the Baptist (Pastor Bill Waterman). Paul Mangione from Crescent Beer provided the banners to the eight participating churches.Â GarenÂ Smith of Kane designed the banner.
A Pep Rally at the traditional bonfire followed the Kane High School Homecoming Parade held Wednesday. Cheerleaders and members of the high school football team are among those to participate in the rally at the bonfire at a field on Wetmore Avenue.