Sends thank you for support of Kelly Carter Scholarship Run/Walk event

To the Editor,What a wonderful community we live in! Carter Rehabilitation Center in Tecumseh held the 19th Annual Kelly Carter Scholarship Run/Walk on Saturday, July 13. This was one of the most successful events ever with local and regional participants.I would like to thank the Tecumseh Police Department for traffic control and making sure all our runners were safe. I cannot thank our event sponsors enough for their contributions and support! Local businesses sponsoring this year’s run were Charlotte Rozich Massage Now, First Federal Bank, TLC Community Credit Union, Dave Knapp Ford Lincoln, Paws 4 Grooming, Dr. Thomas Cunningham, OD, Dr. Scott Doman, DDS, Bailey’s Water Care, Tecumseh Family Practice, Tecumseh Tire Exchange, LoMonaco Family Chiropractic, Busch’s, Jerry’s Beef & Deli, Lev’s Bakery and Gregory’s Barber Shop. Without you we would not be able to continue with our tradition of providing local students with scholarship opportunities.I would like to send a special thanks to Eric and Kerri Clarke from Running with E’s. You are such a blessing! From early planning to race day you never hesitate to help, and thank you a thousand times still wouldn’t be enough! There were other volunteers too numerous to mention. Without your help this fundraiser would not have been such as success. You are all greatly appreciated! It is encouraging to live in a community of so many individuals and businesses who come together for such a worthwhile event!Chris Warner,Carter Rehabilitation and AquaticsRun Coordinator

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