FTCP thanks Wild Iris owner for sponsoring fundraising event

To the Editor,The Friends of the Tecumseh Community Pool Board would like to take this opportunity to express our deepest gratitude to Nanci Pelham Prezioso of The Wild Iris. Living in a small community allows each of us to make an impact on our neighbors, friends and community members. Nanci is doing this consistently in our community and we, in FTCP, are proud that she has chosen our organization as one of many to be included in her generous acts of kindness.The Wild Iris held a fundraiser for the Friends of the Tecumseh Community on Tuesday, Dec. 4, from 5-9 p.m. An evening of shopping and friendship where 20 percent of all proceeds were donated to FTCP. The funds will be used for scholarship, equipment and awards for our community pool users. Danielle WardFTCP President

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