Library ‘plays major role’ for Cambrian residents

To the Editor,What our library means to Cambrian Assisted Living:The Tecumseh Library here in Tecumseh plays a major role in our everyday lives. We have the wonderful opportunity to stay in touch with our past and future. The library is a great link for us and our children and grandchildren. These are some of the many programs our library has made possible for Cambrian:Senior Art Expo with Tecumseh Public Schools; senior contest; social events – bingo, cards and spelling bees; entertainment – partners with library to enjoy more live entertainment; learn more of the history of Tecumseh; interaction with our schools; visits from the reference/local history library at Cambrian; and homebound book delivery.Marlyn Parlier Activity DirectorCambrian Assisted Living

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