Election of library millage will help it meet need of community

To the Editor,Please vote “YES” on Tuesday, May 7, for the longevity of the Tecumseh District Library. All library district voters need to approve the 1.15 mills renewal (Proposal 1) and 0.2 mills of additional funding (Proposal 2) in order for the library to meet the present and future needs of the community.The Tecumseh District Library is a vital part of the community.The library is a safe haven for children and adults. The library staff is always helpful, knowledgeable, and caring.The impact the library has had on my family is immeasurable. The readings skills for my children were reinforced by the hundreds of books that we have checked out over the years. In fact, my middle school daughter has read over 115 chapter books this school year alone. Besides checking out quality reading materials, my children have participated in the summer reading and book review programs, parent/child craft and book BINGO events, mosaic maniacs for preteens, and bookmark contests. As a community, we need to ensure that all of our citizens have a safe, caring, and educational place to visit. By voting “YES” on both Proposal 1 and Proposal 2, the constituents will ensure that the Tecumseh District Library will continue to meet the needs of our wonderful community.Robin GinterTecumseh

Tecumseh Herald

 

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