Postal Service carriers, volunteers, helps stamp out hunger

Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Cassville Community Food Pantry volunteer Don Stouder hands a bag of food donations to volunteer Chuck Miner, as several volunteers help unload a truck of food donations collected by Cassville postal service carriers on Saturday, to help stamp out hunger. The food was taken to the pantry, located at United Methodist Church of Cassville. Jim Craig/Cassville Democrat

Several volunteers help unload a truck of food donations collected by Cassville postal service carriers on Saturday, to help stamp out hunger.

To help celebrate the 25th anniversary of the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, carriers of the Cassville Post Office, supervisor Bowen Li, and volunteers from the Cassville Community Food Pantry at United Methodist Church, helped stamp out hunger as well by collecting 2,944 pounds of food left at blue bags at mailboxes by local residents. Postal carriers express their thanks to everyone for their support and donations. Jim Craig/Cassville Democrat
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