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'Giant' Kane Sesquicentennial parade is slated today

August 1, 2014

Photo by Ted Lutz – Jim Pistner (left) and Dave Gnan (right) of St. Marys look over Gnan's 1930 Model A Ford during the Kar Krazees Car Show held Friday evening at the Save-A-Lot plaza on North Fraley Street in Kane. The show, which drew 60 cars, is part of the Kane Sesquicentennial celebration.

The Kane Sesquicentennial celebration this week has drawn large crowds for various entertaining events.
But this great attendance doesn't compare with the huge turnout expected today for the "giant" 70-unit parade.
Beginning at 1 p.m. today, the parade will line up near the Central Towers on Greeves Street.

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