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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Children from First Kids Cooperative Preschool drop letters into a bin Tuesday at the United States Post Office in Troy. Each of the children wrote letters either to themselves or to their parents then took a field trip to discover more about the mail system. While there, they also learned how a carrier handles a mail bag and how mail gets to a truck then to their house. “We enjoy having the kids in,” Postmaster Brad Grubb said.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Children from First Kids Cooperative Preschool drop letters into a bin Tuesday at the United States Post Office in Troy. Each of the children wrote letters either to themselves or to their parents then took a field trip to discover more about the mail system. While there, they also learned how a carrier handles a mail bag and how mail gets to a truck then to their house. “We enjoy having the kids in,” Postmaster Brad Grubb said.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Children from First Kids Cooperative Preschool drop letters into a bin Tuesday at the United States Post Office in Troy. Each of the children wrote letters either to themselves or to their parents then took a field trip to discover more about the mail system. While there, they also learned how a carrier handles a mail bag and how mail gets to a truck then to their house. “We enjoy having the kids in,” Postmaster Brad Grubb said.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_160510aw_Post_Office.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Children from First Kids Cooperative Preschool drop letters into a bin Tuesday at the United States Post Office in Troy. Each of the children wrote letters either to themselves or to their parents then took a field trip to discover more about the mail system. While there, they also learned how a carrier handles a mail bag and how mail gets to a truck then to their house. “We enjoy having the kids in,” Postmaster Brad Grubb said.
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