Thanks supporters of annual preschool Trike-a-thon

To the Editor,

Little Indian Preschool would like to say thank you to the following generous sponsors that helped make our annual Trike-a-thon on Oct. 2 a great day, despite the rain:

Jungle Java, Putter’s Paradise, Ann Arbor Hands on Museum, Eden Foods, Tec-umseh Parks and Recreation, Amazing Creations, The Sports Hut, Kapnick’s Orchard and Clinton Coney Island.

JR’s Pub and Grill, Wiard’s Orchard, Dairy Queen, Adrian MJR Theater, Lev’s Bakery, JBar Hobbies, Tilton and Sons, Ten Pin Alley, Adrian Cyclery and By Nature.

McDonald’s, Burger King, Subway, Jerry’s Market, Busch’s, Meijer, WalMart and Tarts-n-More.

We would, also, like to thank all of the families and friends who supported this event.

Little Indian Preschool
Tecumseh

Tecumseh Herald

 

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Tecumseh, MI 49286
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