Community service is a value in Kane and today Stacy Lindquist shares stories about a few groups she is involved in and what it has meant to her.
Sometimes it takes being away to realize what is so special about a place. David Walker grew up here and after over 30 years moved back with his wife Hilde, who is from Germany. What’s reason they both love it here? The people. Today they share stories about how people in Kane make all the difference.
Although Riki Tanaka doesn’t live in Kane, he chose to open a restaurant right on Fraley Street a little over a year ago. Today he tells the story of how he made that decision, opening day and how people in Kane have welcomed him.
The Kane Fire Department 5 is a great community service and is run by volunteers. Today Tom Brinkley shares stories of his nearly 60 years serving. We are so grateful!
It’s Wednesday night, so you know what that means- it’s Kane history night at the Depot! Tonight Dick Bly shares stories about Holgate Brothers Company, one of the oldest wooden toy company in the USA, and their connection to Kane.
The Holmes Poster Advertising Company and Kane Family Drive-In have something in common and that’s the Holmes family! Today Ann Holmes Chapman and Mary Holmes share stories about both. Enjoy watching- they will be sure to bring back great memories!
Today Becky Porkolab and Keith Reigel share stories about Pickleball in Kane. Keith has even medaled in Senior State Pickleball Tournaments! The courts in Kane are painted with both tennis and Pickleball lines and it’s a big thing happening right here in Kane.
In Kane, people are always finding ways to help each other out. Today Tonia Hartzell shares the story about how “Cleaning Out Your Closets” got started. By the way, this is hobby for Tonia- something she does in her spare time- and it makes a huge difference for families in Kane and beyond. Be sure to watch and hear the stories of lives touched for yourself.
Dave and Judy Carlson raised 6 children in Kane and today we hear from 3 of them. Amy Burton, Julia Anderson and Katie Dupree share stories about growing up in a big family and neighborhood full of other kids their age. They love Kane and so do we!