Starr Hunter has been leaving Publix shopping bags in mailboxes this week to remind people to leave nonperishable food in or near their mailboxes Saturday for the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp out Hunger Food Drive.
Hunter, a veteran letter carrier from Greenacres, is coordinating the 21st annual letter carriers food drive for a region that extends from central Palm Beach County north to Sebastian and west to Lake Okeechobee.
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What: National Association of Letter Carriers 21st annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
Where: In, on or near your mailbox.
Wanted: Donations of nonperishable food including canned meat, tuna fish, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables, rice, soup, cereal, powdered milk, boxed pasta and other foods in durable contatiners.
Not wanted: Out of date food, glass containers, perishable food such as fresh fruit or cans of food that are rusty or significantly dented.
More information: www.helpstampouthunger.com.