Postmaster shares value of the mail with the next generation

Norton, KS, City Carrier Chris Noel taught visiting kindergarteners how to be safe around postal vehicles.

Norton, KS, City Carrier Chris Noel taught visiting kindergarteners how to be safe around postal vehicles.

Kindergarteners in Norton, KS, recently had the chance to see behind the scenes activity at their local Post Office. In addition to touring the facility, kids also learned more about the Long-Life Vehicle and the importance of keeping a safe distance from postal vehicles from City Carrier and Safety Captain Chris Noel. Noel asked the kids to be safe and not approach or play around mail trucks in their neighborhoods.

Norton Postmaster Gail Brandyberry appreciated the children’s interest and enthusiasm for the mail.

“These children are America’s future,” said Brandyberry. “I’m glad I had the chance to show them how mail is an integral part of this country’s core value system.”

Kindergartners in Norton, KS, visit their local Post Office

Kindergartners in Norton, KS, visit their local Post Office

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