Little Indian Preschool thanks supporters of annual fundraiser

To the Editor,On Sept. 22, Little Indian Preschool held its annual Trike-a-thon fundraiser. The event was a big success thanks to all the parents, family members, local contributors and local businesses. We were able to surpass our fundraising goal and raised over $2,900! Plus, the preschoolers had a great time riding their bikes while being cheered on by their families.We would like to thank the following businesses for their generous contributions to this fundraiser: The Butterfly House, Adrian Skatery, Imagination Station, By Nature, Chuck E. Cheese, Adrian Locksmith & Cyclery, Ann Arbor Hands On Museum, Meijer, City Limits Diner, Kelly Inflatables, Tecumseh School Athletics, Ten Pin Alley, First Federal Bank (Amy Snelling), Patty Benedict, Tilton & Sons Shoes, JR’s, Big Boy, Basil Boys, Busch’s, J-Bar Hobbies, McDonald’s, Shopko, Lev’s Bakery, Chelsea Tree House, Jerry’s Market, Creek Enterprise, Bailey’s Water Care, Dr. James Lee, DDS, and Adrian Cinema.In addition, we would like to give a special thanks to Mandy Kruse and the other parent volunteers of the fundraising committee. Also, thanks to Judy Burdine for being the special teacher that makes Little Indian Preschool a great place for our children!Lyndsey HardyPublicity CoordinatorLittle Indian Preschool

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