Committee thanks supporters of THS After Prom event

To the Editor,“Making Memories… Not Regrets.” This was our goal, in planning After Prom 2014, a free event with entertainment in a safe, supervised environment. The “Survivor” theme was in full action at After Prom, which was held on Saturday night at Tecumseh High School, and attended by over 325 students. Attendees had the opportunity to participate in individual games, as well as ‘team games’, earning points to win prizes. After Prom attendees had the opportunity to feast on pizza, fresh fruit, cupcakes, and a huge selection of desserts.After Prom 2014 could not have been accomplished without the huge support from our local businesses, parents, community members, Tecumseh Public Schools and Tecumseh High School. Without fail, so many stepped forward; through monetary sponsorship, prize donations, food donations, volunteering countless hours, and chaperoning late into the night, to provide a safe, supervised environment for the students.On behalf of the After Prom Committee; Cheryl Brown, Kelly Burnett, Colleen Eldred, Cathy Halasz and Renee Vannatter, we would like to say “Thank You” for supporting the After Prom 2014, and helping to provide the opportunity for “Making Memories… Not Regrets.”After Prom Committee Co-Chairs, Suzanne Anschuetz, THS Parent Diane Savoia, Communities In Schools of the Tecumseh Area

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