For 22 years the United States Postal Service has been collecting non-perishable foods for local foods banks as part of its Stamp Out Hunger initiative and it continues the tradition tomorrow. Each year during Mother’s Day weekend, letter carriers across the country pick up non-perishable foods along their route to donate to community food banks. Event Organizer David Normand says he expects a great turnout. Officials say if you forget to place your bag by the mailbox, you can always drop it off at the post office lobby during business hours.
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