Huge donations help God’s Bread Basket feed people in need

To the Editor,Again, Tecumseh, you came through big time! The Board of Directors for God’s Bread Basket in Tecumseh is grateful to the Tecumseh community, and all the generous people for their support and the huge contributions of food to our organization during last week’s “Can Do Community Food Drive.” We, like all other organizations to help the needy, have had set-backs in our funding and your contributions in food have been a huge help. We will continue to serve food five evenings every week as long as we have the resources to do so. On Mondays, our location is the Presbyterian Church building at 211 W Chicago Blvd, and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, evenings at the Tecumseh Church of Christ building at 312 W Chicago Blvd. All meals are served at 6 p.m. We especially thank Tecumseh City Manager Kevin Welch, and the Tecumseh Police Department, for their personal involvement in this effort and to everyone else who had a part in our food drive. We also express our gratitude for all the Tecumseh area volunteers who work so tirelessly in this service! We serve the Tecumseh community because we love the Tecumseh Community!Bernie CallisTipton

Tecumseh Herald


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Tecumseh, MI 49286

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