Benefit for Tecumseh Service Club raises over $4,000

To the Editor,What a great turn out we had for the Holiday Music-Palooza. It was absolutely amazing. We were successful in raising more than $4,000 for the Tecumseh Service Club. We would like to thank the following local businesses and/or individuals for their unbelievable contributions. They include: ATA Martial Arts, The August Company, Bailey’s Water Care, Baker Brothers Service Station, Bakers Gas & Welding Supplies, Basil Boys Restaurant, Blush Boutique, Bogies Express, Brownies House Of Pizza, City Limits Diner, Evan’s Street Station, Gary’s Quick Lube, Golden Image Salon, Great Ideas, Hacker Jewelers, and Harold Hollis. Jazzercise of Tecumseh, Jerry’s Market, Jim Harvey’s DJ Entertainment Service, JR’s Hometown Grill & Pub, Kelly Inflatables, Kyle Cook, Martin’s Home Center, Nathan & Kathy Smith, PSW Management, Rob’s Rentals, Tecumseh Harley Davidson, Tecumseh Herald, Tecumseh Place, and Tecumseh Plywood.Tecumseh Tire Exchange, The British Pantry, The Country House Restaurant, The Daily Grind, The Party Shop, The Tecumseh Club, Tilton & Sons Shoes, and TLC Community Credit Union.In addition, we would like to thank the Tecumseh Chamber, D Printer, City of Tecumseh and the Tecumseh Herald for their advertising contributions.Finally, we would like to thank the following musicians for their unselfish donation of time, talents or equipment to allow this event to happen: Jake Larson, Jim Ingle, Bill Lewis, Danny Hare, Wally Weeber, Bob Brooks, Eric Korte, Merlin Rajala, Ken Heers and Jeremy Blaska. Your contributions are greatly appreciated.The Organizers of the Holiday Music-Palooza

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