Thanks local Rotary Club for cleanup of Tecumseh-Clinton Rd.

To the Editor,A big thanks to the Tecumseh Rotary Club for their cleanup of the Tecumseh-Clinton Road. I travel that road a lot and underneath the piles of snow were piles of litter and trash. Judging by the amount of plastic bags after the Adopt-a-Highway service project… there was lots of trash. I want you to know how much I, and other community members, appreciate your clean-up project. We all work hard in the spring to clean up our own yards but you and your members donated extra time and energy to cleaning up one of the major roads in our area. Again, thank you for taking on this project and kudos to your members and to all the other organizations like Rotary that take on the Adopt-a-Highway project. Jan SalsberryTecumseh

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