Local letter carriers have been helping stamp out hunger. As part of the 22nd Stamp Out Hunger campaign, letter carries in the Camellia City and across the nation collected non-perishable food items left by mailboxs along their routes. The food was then donated to local food banks, such as St. Thomas Episcopal Church’s food pantry. Pictured in front of a load of food that was donated to the local food pantry are, from left to right, Faron Mason, rural carrier; Angie McBride, rural carrier; John Langham, postmaster; Minnie Ball, rural carrier; and Larry Managan, clerk. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)
Local letter carriers have been helping stamp out hunger. As part of the 22nd Stamp Out Hunger campaign, letter carries in the Camellia City and across the nation collected non-perishable food items left by mailboxs along their routes. The food was then donated to local food banks, such as St. Thomas Episcopal Church’s food pantry. Pictured in front of a load of food that was donated to the local food pantry are, from left to right, Faron Mason, rural carrier; Angie McBride, rural carrier; John Langham, postmaster; Minnie Ball, rural carrier; and Larry Managan, clerk. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)

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Postal carriers stamp out hunger

Published 11:11am Friday, May 16, 2014

Local letter carriers have been helping stamp out hunger. As part of the 22nd Stamp Out Hunger campaign, letter carries in the Camellia City and across the nation collected non-perishable food items left by mailboxs along their routes. The food was then donated to local food banks, such as St. Thomas Episcopal Church’s food pantry.

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