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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Hollis teacher needs community’s help

Hollis kindergarten teacher Dennis Kane has been a pillar of the Hollis community, and particularly the primary school, for almost 30 years.

He has touched so many people’s lives for the better, and has been, and continues to be, an incredibly influential and valued presence in our community. ...

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Hollis kindergarten teacher Dennis Kane has been a pillar of the Hollis community, and particularly the primary school, for almost 30 years.

He has touched so many people’s lives for the better, and has been, and continues to be, an incredibly influential and valued presence in our community.

So many Hollis children have enjoyed the tunes sung and played by Mr. Kane in the kindergarten room of HPS. He performs at Family Story Night, emcees at the PTA’s auction and orchestrates the pinata at Spanish Night – all effortlessly and always with a smile.

Now, it is our time to lend a hand to Mr. Kane and his family. His son, Myles, has been dealing with a very serious medical situation. In 2006, he was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called primary sclerosing cholangitis that has caused serious damage to his liver. The disease has progressed to the point that he needs a liver transplant.

The PTA will have a booth at Old Home Day on Saturday, Sept. 21, where you will have an opportunity to donate to Myles’ fund, as well as buy a music CD by Mr. Kane. All proceeds will go directly to The Myles Kane Transplant Fundraiser.

If you would like to donate directly to cause, please visit www.MylesKane.org. Any questions, call PTA co-President Julienne Finnegan at 465-2897.