Benefit for Imagination Library helps to deliver 2,000 books

To the Editor,The Lenawee Community Foundation would like to thank everyone who attended the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party held at the Lenawee Country Club.Proceeds benefited the Imagination Library, which delivers a new age-appropriate book each month to registered children ages birth to five, who live in Lenawee County.Without generous sponsors and donors this event would not have been possible. Their willingness to help makes a huge difference and impacts local children.Thank you to our sponsors: Barretts, Mary Blocker, Shelley and Dave Hickman, International Gold & Diamond and Jenell Corporation/McDonalds Restaurants of Adrian and Hudson.Thanks also to our Auction Donors: American Girl, Ann Arbor Art Center, Bellus Salon & Spa, Dip Stick & Stuff, The Doll Cottage, Domino’s Pizza in Adrian, Governor Croswell Tea Room, Shelley Hickman, Karri’s Cookies & Cakes Too, Lindsey Flynn (also known as author Lindsey Rene) and wePhoto.In addition to being a huge success, the event was also fun. But, best of all, the proceeds will enable the Lenawee Community Foundation to deliver over 2,000 books to Lenawee children.Suann HammersmithLenawee Community Foundation

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