Appleumpkin provided opportunity to share organization’s news

To the Editor,Habitat for Humanity of Lenawee County would like to thank the Appleumpkin Planning Committee and the people of Tecumseh for another great festival! Events such as Appleumpkin provide non-profit organizations like Habitat an opportunity to share news about what we are doing in their community and the services we offer. This year we are especially grateful for the support we received from the people who purchased our famous pasties, which we delivered straight to God’s Bread Basket the following week. Purchasing Habitat pasties at the festival provided a hot dinner meal for an estimated 30 people and financially supported Habitat’s no-profit mortgage homeownership program at the same time. Many were blessed and we want to thank Tecumseh for a truly great festival and being a community that supports Habitat for Humanity in countless ways. Anyone interested in purchasing pasties for themselves or would like to donate some to a local food pantry can contact Habitat at 265.6157 or visit our ReStore at 2811 Treat Highway in Adrian. There is a half price Pasty Sale going on now through the end of December, get beef or veggie pasties for $2.50 each. Thank you again Tecumseh! Lynne PunnettExecutive DirectorHabitat for Humanity

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