Thanks volunteers, supporters of CISTA T-Town Safety Program

To the Editor,Tecumseh Does It Again!The community of support by the citizens and businesses of Tecumseh helped make the T-Town Safety Program a success!Communities In Schools of the Tecumseh Area (CISTA) kicked off its summer programs the week of June 23rd, with the T-Town Safety Program.Nineteen volunteers helped supervise and lead the T-Town participants through many different safety activities. Thank you Brendan, Matthew, Melanie, Elyssa, Mariah, Abby, Danielle, Kayla, and Becca.Additional thanks go out to our community members that made T-Town Safety fun and informational for the children. The following businesses provided discounts, knowledge or safety materials: Julie Sinclair, Stitch Wizard Embroidery; Officer Welsh, Tecumseh Police Department; Tom and Sylvia Jenkins, LEEP; Jason, LCA; Anne Kane and Paige, Golden Acres; First Student Transportation; Craig and Mark, Tecumseh Fire Department; the Michigan Attorney General’s office, Basil Boy’s Pizza, Tecumseh Public Schools, Tecumseh Parks and Recreation Department, and the Friends of the NRA.CISTA StaffRhonda Tinsley and Tracy Hedrick, Site CoordinatorsHeather Masten, Executive Director

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