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Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood – away from My Old Kentucky Home, the bourbon distilleries and downtown shopping district – is the impressive Civil War Museum of the Western Theater; the cornerstone of Bardstown, Kentucky’s Museum Row.
The Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are quickly approaching. The author provides some tips for shipping packages via the Postal Service as well as the mailing deadlines to ensure your packages reach their recipients on time.
Every week Mt. Pleasant, TN, Postmaster Robert Wakefield writes a column for a local newspaper. His most recent columns dealt with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the semipostal Breast Cancer Research stamp and a young mother – Andrea Spears.
Marilyn Jones has been a journalist for
more than 30 years and is currently a freelance feature writer specializing in
travel. Her articles have appeared in major newspapers including the Boston
Globe, Akron Beacon Journal and Chicago Sun-Times as well as
regional travel magazines.
Her career with the Postal Service began in 1982 when she
was hired as a rural carrier relief. After becoming a full time rural carrier,
she began writing for postal publications including Postal Life and Memo to
Mailers and wrote and produced a local newsletter for employees working in
central and southeast Ohio. A USPS Corporate Communications employee for more
than 10 years, she also served as a Communications Specialist in Columbus, OH,
a Communications Program Specialist in New York City, and a writer/editor based