Sam Mehelko was a kid in Kane in the 2000s and today she shares stories about how she and her friends had fun in those days. She also tells a story about a neighborhood club she started that ties into what she does for a living today.
From the Bronx to Kane, Jerry Milliron tells the story of how the Fresh Air Program brought him here as a kid. He talks about memories of growing up here and what he loves about Kane.
There are so many things that make Kane unique! Today Joe Thornburg tells some stories about what he noticed right away when he moved here from Pittsburgh in 1997 to be a Kane Area School District music teacher.
He also shares stories about the disc golf course in Evergreen Park. It’s awesome that there are so many great ways to spend time outside in Kane.
Happy Wednesday, which means Happy Kane History story night! Many of you know of the illustrator Norman Rockwell, but do you know about his older brother Jarvis?
Tonight Denny Driscoll shares stories about both of the Rockwells and their connection to Kane.
Kay Magnuson moved to Kane when she was 22 for a teaching job. 70 years later she is still here and loves this town. Today she shares stories about the many schools she taught in around here, the friends she made and her love of singing.
Hunting is a big deal in Kane and often times is a sport families bond over. Taylor Holt shares some hunting stories with us today- how she got involved and what it means for her and her family.
Competitive and recreational dance are part of many people’s lives in Kane. Today Kate Lenaway Undercoffer shares stories about her time as a dancer growing up and now as the owner of her own dance studio here.
There are many families in Kane who have had multiple generations live here. Rebecca Harris is part of 7 generations who not only lived in Kane, but on the West Side of Kane.
Watch her share stories about her family and why in her heart, “West Side is the best side.”
Can you believe today is the halfway point of 100 Days of Kane, PA?
Today we hear stories from Judge John and Julie Cleland about their time in Kane- everything from Sneeze Days to memories of moving back in the 1970s to why they love Kane today.