Christmas Eve surprise

Santa and Elf 2

To brighten the holidays for children this year, Reser’s Fine Foods and Meadows Elementary School in Topeka, KS, teamed up with USPS to provide gifts to children in less fortunate situations.

Meadows Elementary identified children within the school who could use extra help and asked them to write letters to Santa. Reser’s received those letters and purchased gifts for each as well as other children within the same households. After wrapping the gifts, Reser’s handed them off to USPS.


Topeka, KS, Main Office City Carrier Assistant Billy Barkemeyer, dressed as Santa Claus, along with City Carrier Assistant Rayling Mack delivered the special items to the children. The youngsters were both surprised and overjoyed at seeing Santa arrive on Christmas Eve to deliver the gifts.

Daniel Promising to be good next year too

Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday 2013

Are you worn out from all the holiday shopping this past weekend? Would you like to send those holiday packages to friends and family without leaving home?

The Postal Service has free Priority Mail packaging and free package pickup to ease the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Simply go to, order free Priority Mail packaging supplies delivered directly to your home, print shipping labels from your computer, and schedule a friendly carrier to pick up those special items.

Sending gifts to friends and loved ones for the holidays has never been easier thanks to Priority Mail from the Postal Service. Be sure to drop by and see what other delightful goodies are awaiting your discovery!

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