Thanks community for making Tecumseh Music Fest a success

To the Editor,Community Arts of Tecumseh would like to thank everyone who was involved in making our first ever Tecumseh Music Fest such a successful event. Hats off to all of our volunteers, to those in attendance and everyone who purchased auction items. The event wouldn’t have been possible without the support of local individuals and businesses. We offered over 100 items for bid in our auctions. A huge thank you, too, goes out to everyone who donated. We would particularly like to thank the following businesses and individuals:Non-monetary donations — Hantz Golf Club, Martin’s Home Center, Boutique de Joie, Busch’s Fresh Food Market, Daily Telegram, Hacker Jewelers, Jerry’s Market, Pat and Harvey Schmidt, Joe and Martha Melcher, Mike and Jean Lash, and event chairman Jim Lincoln.Monetary donations — Wacker Chemical Corporation, Joe Schultz Insurance Agency, First Federal Bank of Tecumseh, Kiwanis Club of Tecumseh, Nick Handler, Jim and Jan Hammond, Ron and Sarah Frenzen, Frank and Brenda Baker, Tom and Jeanette Meyer, and William and Barbara Ross.It’s with deep appreciation that we recognize all involved with Tecumseh Music Fest. It was an amazing evening, attended by great people, hosted in a lovely setting at Hantz Golf Club. The music was wonderful and so was the food. A good time was had by all! Plans are underway for next year. It’s going to be great!Tecumseh Music Fest Committee, Mary Lou Olds, executive directorCommunity Arts of Tecumseh

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