To the Editor,

The Tecumseh H.O.P.E. Reading Program recently wrapped up the year with a mentor appreciation brunch. The theme was, “Mentors Light the Way.”

The coordinators would like to thank the following businesses for allowing work release for their employees to volunteer: Amazing Creations, Cyltec, Communities in Schools, Edward Jones, Edward Surovell, Kiwanis, National Honor Society, PEO Sorority, Siena Heights, Tecumseh Clinton Ford, Tecumseh City Hall, Tecumseh District Library, Tecumseh Parks and Rec, United Bank and Trust and Wacker.

We would also like to thank all of the new and seasoned mentors who have helped make this program a success. Mark your calendars — the H.O.P.E. program will be looking forward to starting up the new school year in October 2008.
Thank you again to all.

Jane Baker
Tecumseh

Tecumseh Herald

 

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