Chamber director thanks supporters of annual fundraiser

To the Editor,

On Friday, Feb. 26, The Tecumseh Area Chamber of Commerce held our sixth annual fundraiser, Wine, Women, Chocolate & Shoes. With the support of our member businesses and the community, this event continues to be a great fundraiser for the chamber.

We would like to thank the Raisin Valley Golf Club for providing the facility to hold the event, Sherri Tuckey from Tecumseh Big Boy for donating the food, Masters Accounting for being our beverage sponsor, Handler Funeral Homes for being a major sponsor, Basil Boys and Sal’s Italian Restaurant for the great breadsticks, Busch’s for the vegetable trays, Sweet Baker for the delicious cookies and Bailey’s WaterCare for the cases of water.  

Auction items were provided by Anytime Fitness, Bad Hair Day Salon, British Tea Garden, Basil Boys, Busch’s, Carter Rehabilitation and Aquatic Centers, City Limits Diner, Danley’s Country House, Dip Stix & Stuff, Embers Bar & Grill, First Federal Bank, Hacker Jewelers, Jet’s Pizza, Lev’s Bakery Shop, Communities in Schools, Martin’s Home Center, Morgan Valley Farm, Muk’s Sports Pub, Paint & Pour Party (Susan Amstutz),  Pentamere Winery, Rodan & Fields (Laura Settles), Salon Lucero, Sal’s Italian Restaurant, Schmidt & Sons Pharmacy, Sweet Baker, Subway, Sudzy Duz It Car Wash,  The Dog House Restaurant, The Daily Grind II and The Spotted Cow.

We’d also like to thank Tilton & Sons for providing us with the shoe mirror and Joe Tuckey for providing us with the sound system and great music for the evening.

A big thank you goes out to all the volunteers who gave their time to make this event successful and all those who donated their accessories, the main focus of the event. Everyone was so generous with their donations that we were also able to make a sizeable contribution of accessories to the Catherine Cobb Domestic Violence Shelter. 

It proves once again that Tecumseh is a very generous community and we’re glad to be part of it!

Vicki Philo, Executive Director

Tecumseh Area Chamber of Commerce

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