TSO friends thank supporters of annual silent auction benefit

To the Editor,The Friends of Tecumseh School Orchestra would like to thank local area businesses and residents for their generosity and support of our fundraising efforts during our 5th Annual “Carnival Delights” Silent Auction. Local businesses and residents donated over 170 goods and services that were included in this year’s auction event.The auction and dessert extravaganza was held Oct. 20, 2012, at the Tecumseh High School cafetorium. Over 140 people attended the auction, making it a huge success and raising over $8,500 to help The Friends of TSO work toward our goal of a future Performing Arts Center at the High School level.The Tecumseh Fiddlers performance, a major highlight of the evening, was much appreciated and enjoyed by all.A special thanks goes out to all of the volunteers who worked to make this event a success; without this help it would not have been possible. The Committee Members did an outstanding job assuring our patrons had a wide variety of goods and services available to bid on during the evening as well as a large selection of delicious deserts and appetizers to partake of during the event.Again, thank you all for supporting the efforts of the Friends of Tecumseh Schools Orchestra and for your continued dedication and support to our students.Deborah WilkersonTecumseh Friends of TSO2012 Chair

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