TPS Alumni Assoc. thanks supporters of homecoming event

To the Editor,On behalf of the Tecumseh Alumni Association, we would like to express sincere gratitude to all that made the 147th Tecumseh Public School’s Birthday a success. While the Tecumseh football team celebrated their homecoming against Dexter, we were welcoming the fans, many that are Tecumseh Public School’s Alumni. We are proud to say that we had nearly 200 former graduates sign up to become part of our association.We are in the process of compiling information for all that signed up. We had alumni from 1934-2012. What a tribute to our small community! We look forward to greeting more alumni that are interested in our association at the upcoming home football game against Adrian, Oct. 12, 2012.Special thanks goes to : The numerous volunteers of the Tecumseh Alumni Association, Busch’s, The Sport’s Hut, the Tecumseh Herald, Tecumseh Public Schools and to Casey Randolph, the athletic director at the school. Without your support, the success of our birthday celebration would not have been as successful.Melissa HiltonMember of the Tecumseh Alumni Association

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