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Stamp(ing) Out Hunger

The Stamp Out Hunger campaign organized by the National Association of Letter Carriers seeks to collect food every year on the second Saturday in May.

In Bluefield, WV letter carriers collected more than 13,000 pounds of food

David Kersey, a volunteer with the Christ Episcopal Church food bank jumped off the loading dock and started handing boxes of food up to Rocky Malamisura, a volunteer with the Sacred Heart Catholic Church food pantry.

“We’re all just volunteering here today,” Kersey said. “This is […]

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