Happy to be home, living in Michigan’s ‘best-kept secret’

To the Editor, This past weekend the Promenade Tecumseh Historic Home Tour welcomed residents and guests to visit nine properties in our beautiful city. For the 36th year, this all-volunteer team of workers provided historic information and hospitality to all who took part in this event. As a returning resident to Tecumseh and having traveled many places in our great country, I am happy and proud to be “home,” living in the “best-kept secret” in Michigan.Thank you to all the hard working volunteers who not only provided a memorable tour of homes and properties, but also promoted the economic benefits to many first time visitors discovering our historic landmark district, known to us as “home,” Tecumseh, Michigan.Dan MeikleJames/Masonic BlockTecumseh

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