Thanks supporters of annual Promenade Home Tour weekend

To the Editor,

On June 4 and 5, 2016, hundreds of visitors and residents enjoyed the warm hospitality of our community as they participated in Promenade Tecumseh Home Tour and events. The success of Promenade was made possible through the support and efforts of many Tecumseh residents, businesses and organizations.  Promenade Tecumseh Committee acknowledges and thanks the following for their assistance in the 40th Promenade Tecumseh. Without their support, Promenade would not be possible.

A heartfelt thank you to homeowners Susan Humphries, Jeff and Nicole Case, Dan and Lynn Foss, Mike and Emily Andrews and to Pat and Maura Kane who graciously allowed our guests to visit their lovely homes. To Dan Meikle, for opening the A.J. Palmer Block for a “before renovation” tour.   Special Thanks to The Artists at Carnegie Studios for hosting as Promenade headquarters, and to the members  of Tecumseh Presbyterian Church for sharing their history and the tour of  their beautiful 150-year-old church, and to the Tecumseh Historical Society for opening the museum and sharing the wonderful displays of historic Tecumseh and the Maude Bell Collection.   

Thank you to our sponsors: Tecumseh Big Boy, Carpet On Wheels, First Federal Bank, What A Find!, Partridge Enterprises, Schmidt & Sons Pharmacy, Sunderland Insurance, British Pantry & Tea Garden Cafe, Grey Fox Floral, Hathaway Antique Emporium, Basil Boys Restaurant, Antiques & Vintage On The Boulevard, The Daily Grind & DGII, LoMonaco Chiropractic,  The Doll Cottage, Salsarias Restaurant, Tecumseh Insurance Agency and Tilton & Sons Shoes. 

For sharing their time and talents, we thank our entertainers: Dan Hacker,  Bill Zeitlow and  The Wheelman of the Antique Bicycle Club.  

We thank the following for their special assistance and support:  The City of Tecumseh, Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce,  Great Ideas, Craig Van Camp, Marvin Peach, John Waltman,  Community Arts of Tecumseh,  Tecumseh Herald, Downtown Printing,  WLEN Radio,  Friends of Lynn Cook,  Friends of the Tecumseh Pool, Kiwanis Club of Tecumseh, Howard Hanna Realtors, Union Block Suites and to the dozens of volunteer docents who make Promenade Tecumseh a special event. 

The Promenade Tecumseh Committee expresses a sincere thank you to the Tecumseh community members and out of town visitors for their continued support of the Promenade home tour and events. It has been a pleasure producing Promenade Tecumseh to showcase our diverse architecture and community history.


Pat VanCamp, President

Promenade Tecumseh Committee


Tecumseh Herald


110 E. Logan St.
P.O. Box 218
Tecumseh, MI 49286

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