We started 100 Days of Kane, PA with Days 1 & 2 on Alumni Weekend and are wrapping up with Days 99 & 100 on Homecoming weekend.
Today we hear from Kane Athletic Director Jason Barner. He shares about how he ended up in Kane, what he loves about teaching and coaching, and why he loves Kane.
As we have heard all along the 100 Days, the Kane Area School District has always been great. Today Jack Hedlund shares stories of his time bring a Kane student and stories from when he was high school principal and assistant to the superintendent.
It’s Wednesday night so it’s history night! And it’s the last one for 100 Days. But don’t worry, we will continue to have history nights sometime in the future.
Tonight John Marconi, Wendy Oakes and Denny Driscoll share one last short story each about Kane’s history.
Mike Hulings love to be involved with kids, whether it’s coaching or giving bikes to those who need them. He also is the Chamber of Commerce parade guy, chairing the 150th parade, Homecoming parade and Santa parade. He has some stories to share about all of this and more!
Family businesses have always been a cornerstone in the Kane community. The Zook family has had a business here for 94 years and today Sue Zook Wilson and Ken Zook share some stories from over the years.
Steve Dyne loves the outdoors so living in Kane is the perfect place for him. Today he shares stories about one way he likes to be outside: running his hunting hounds. He has seen so much wildlife running his hounds!
Sherry Jones is a 1970 Kane High graduate and has some great stories to share about growing up in James City. She started horseback riding when she was 6 years old- a hobby she still loves to this day- and for the last 37 years she and her husband Bill have owned an apple orchard. Watch her share stories about all of this and more.
Day 92- Ron and Sue Zampogna are high school sweethearts from Kane High School. Today we hear stories about growing up in Kane, their teen years and Ron’s early days as a drummer of a rock band.
In Kane we love our neighboring communities. Ludlow is just a few miles out of Kane and part of the Kane school district. It is also home to Wildcat Park, a beautiful 64-acre recreational area that all of us have spent time in for a picnic or festival. Today Claire Ann Buckley and Craig Oakes share stories about the park’s history and stories of their memories here.