Zane Station Post Office Honors Volunteers From Attacks

POSTED BY: News Department
Tuesday, December 11, 2001 - 01:01 PM
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It has been three months since the national tragedies of the World Trade Center in New York City and Pennsylvania took place. To observe the day of remembrance the Zane Station Post Office is honoring three Red Cross volunteers who served those involved in the tragedy by presenting them with a framed book of “United We Stand” stamps. Two of the volunteers worked closely with the victim’s families and the rescue workers who were at ground zero. They said that it is definitely something they would do again and something that will never be forgotten. The “United We Stand” stamps came out in early November. The Post Office wanted to pay tribute to the helping hands who were there from the Zanesville area by giving them each a special token of their appreciation. The Red Cross is continuing their support to those affected by the tragedy in September If you would like to get involved in volunteering call the Muskingum Valley Chapter of the Red Cross at 452-2731.

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