Class thanks supporters of ‘Midnight in Manhattan’ dance

To the Editor,The class of 2017 would like to thank the following Tecumseh merchants: McDonald’s, Burger King, Subway, Big Boy, Family Frosty, The Dog House, Frosty Boy, The Sports Hut, CVS and Lev’s Bakery for their generous donations to our 8th Grade Semi-Formal. Traditionally, Tecumseh 8th graders have a fundraising dance to raise money for their freshmen year expenses, such as a homecoming float.The dance had a “Midnight in Manhattan” theme with games, dancing, food and prizes.Thanks to parent volunteers, parents donating cookies and parents chaperoning, this dance was a huge success!! It’s nice to live in a town that is as supportive as Tecum-seh merchants are. Thanks again!The new Freshmen - The THS Class of 2017

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