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Kane 150th holding community clean-up today

July 19, 2014

File photo by Amy Geer – Volunteers are pictured painting the fence last fall in Evergreen Park. The committee planning Kane's 150th Celebration are asking for area residents to help clean up the park and uptown in preparation of the big week, which begins on Sunday, July 27 and ends on Sunday, Aug. 3. Volunteers are asked to meet at the Evergreen Park tennis courts after 8 a.m. today.

The Kane 150th committee is asking area residents to join them today in helping get the borough ready for their big sesquicentennial celebration, which begins in just over a week.
The first event of the week long celebration is the Old-Time Baseball Game, which will be played on Sunday, July 27 at 2 p.m. The game will be played at Pat Santilli field in Glenwood Park. Other events throughout the week will be held in Evergreen Park and throughout uptown Kane, including Fraley Street, Field Street and Greeves Street, among others.

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