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Letter carriers gear up for food drive

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Letter carriers from all over the country are gearing up for one of the biggest food drives of the year. Its called the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive and thanks to this drive families are able to get much-needed food during the summer months. 

Marcus Delgado,10 year veteran of the post office, has participated in the annual food drive every year he's worked for the post office. He said giving back to his community has always been near and dear to his heart. 

Delgado said It's nice to give back to the communities that are so generous to us throughout the year. If it's 20 below and they will ask you do you want a cup of cocoa or some hot tea or if its the summer they will ask if you want a cold pop so it's nice to give back when we can."

He tells that with each passing year, not only have more and more volunteers take part in the drive but they're also seeing people give more food.

He said its part of their mission to try to diminish hunger across the nation that for sure.

For those wishing to donate please have you nonperishable items out by 8:30 Saturday morning on your doorstep ready for volunteers to pick them up.

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