Superintendent thanks city officials for help with annual parade

To the Editor,Tecumseh Public Schools would like to take this opportunity to thank the City of Tecumseh officials for their help in making the 2012 Homecoming Parade a success. The Department of Public Works set up barricades to ensure the student body, their band, and floats had a safe route from Brown Street to Chicago Blvd., to Maumee Street.We also thank the City of Tecumseh Police Department for doing their usual fine job of overseeing the event. Without the cooperation of the city government and its agencies, such events as the Homecoming Parade become prohibitive.Again, on behalf of Tecumseh Public Schools, thank you to the City of Tecumseh and its agencies for their cooperation in making the Homecoming Parade an event that is looked forward to each year.Michael L. McAranSuperintendent, Tecumseh Public Schools

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