Vote yes to support Tecumseh District Library

To the Editor,The doors were open for me (and anyone else that was so inclined) at the Carnegie Library on West Chicago Boulevard in the 1930’s Edith Ingersoll was the librarian, tiny in stature a giant in knowledge and is memorable for the positive influence she had on me and other members of “the library.” Vote in support of the Tecumseh District Library so the doors continually remain open for the benefit of the community.Edwinna GoveTecumseh

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P.O. Box 218
Tecumseh, MI 49286

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