Supports library millage proposals

To the Editor,Don’t risk losing a service(s) that are available and beneficial to all. In a day with economic conditions worsening it seems like daily and ongoing job loss, you might ask yourself what is the next thing in our community to be cut or lost. What would this service be and why is it so important? The service(s) being offered by the Tecumseh District library are in jeopardy of being cut if we as a community don’t rally together and back them up by voting Yes on May 7 for the funding levy.The library offers not only books to be borrowed, but Internet service, social activities and educational opportunities for all ages. What better place to have available to provide such valuable opportunities to individuals of all ages. Please remember the wonderful services and the staff who provide them to us by voting Yes on the proposal for the Tecumseh District Library on Tuesday, May 7. Your vote is needed, so we don’t risk losing more of these valuable services in our community, let alone more jobs.Michelle EllsworthTecumseh

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