CAMBRIDGE, Ohio -- Local post offices gathered nearly three tons of food on May 10 as part of the national Stamp Out Hunger food drive.
According to the area chapters of the National Association of Letter Carriers, the Cambridge and Newcomerstown offices collected more than 4,700 pounds of food. The Barnesville Post Office, a first-time participant, gathered 2,600 pounds, while the New Concord office collected 650 pounds.
Mark Lucas, who coordinated on behalf of the Cambridge Post Office, told AVC News that many community members contributed to the food drive's success:
Since 1992, the NALC has gathered more that one billion pounds of food as part of the annual national food drive.