Tecumseh Service Club ‘extremely grateful’ for benefit hosted by Tecumseh Club

To the Editor, What happens when Jim Harvey decides he wants to give back to the community and plans a fundraising event for Tecumseh Service Club? It turns out to be an evening of good friends, good food and wonderful music. The members of the Tecumseh Service Club are extremely grateful to Jim for coordinating this amazing event held on December 16th at the Tecumseh Club. We appreciate the officers and members of the Tecumseh Club for opening your doors to the public to allow this event to happen and for donating your time to make the night a great success. The day started with Santa spending time with kids, which was followed by the best musicians in the area playing throughout the night. Thank you for volunteering your time and entertaining us. We send a special thank you to the many businesses and individuals that donated to help make this a success. Nearly $4,000 was raised for the Tecumseh Service Club as a result of everyone’s hard work and generosity. This will allow us to continue to work with the less fortunate families in our community. Whether they need help with rent, medical bills, groceries or heating their homes or apartments, the money from this event will make it possible for us to be there during their time of need. Thank you all for supporting the Tecumseh Service Club! Colleen Sunderland, Tecumseh Service Club volunteer

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