Wrestling Booster Club sends thank yous for golf outing

To the Editor, The Tecumseh Wrestling Booster Club would like to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to the following businesses who assisted us with our fall golf outing: Event Sponsors: The Spotted Cow, Tooling Concepts Inc., Tecumseh Neck and Back, Bogie’s Express Inc., Tuff Stuff and Moore and Hardwood Solutions. Hole Sponsors: Long Motor Sales, Power Drive Systems, Paws 4 Grooming, Tecumseh Chiropractic, Tecumseh Dental Care, Barron’s Service and Towing, Schmidt’s Pharmacy, Tuff Stuff and Moore, Ember’s Bar and Grill, Ross and Cramer Driving School, Inc., Dr. Thomas Cunningham, Tecumseh Plywood, the Hilton family, and the Turner family. Cart Sponsors: Cortez and Associates, Muscle Power Motor Sports, New China Buffet, Tecumseh Veterinary Hospital, Floral Fantasy and Gifts, Tuff Stuff and Moore, Companion Animal Clinic, The Raising H.E.L.L. for R.A.V.E.N Foundation, Coach Randolph and family and the Patton family. Prizes donated by: The Spotted Cow, Tecumseh Skydive, Big Boy of Tecumseh, Muscle Power Motor Sports, Boulevard Market, Fitness Connection, Performance Auto, Chicago Hairport, Holloway Cafe, Bailey’s Water Care, Shear Expressions, Sports Hut, Hacker’s Jeweler’s, Curves of Tecumseh, Companion Animal Clinic, NSK Corporation, Tecumseh Harley Davidson, Bike Shop of Tecumseh, Tuff Stuff and Moore, Michigan Grappler, Floral Fantasy and Martin’s Home Center. Additionally, thanks to Raisin Valley Golf Course and all the golfer’s who participated. Your continued support of our student athletes continues to be overwhelming. We look forward to the upcoming 2012 season as well as next year’s golf outing.Tecumseh Wrestling Booster Club

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