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Updated September 29, 2016

 

 

Memorial Scholarship Recipients

 

 

This year's scholarships have been awarded to Marissa Caramiello, daughter of Michael Caramiello a clerk at the CMPDC.  The second scholarship went to Kyle Whittaker, son of Joanne Whittaker a clerk at the Acton Post Office.

 

Postal Pulse Survey Drawing Winners

 

Congratulations to the winners of the Postal Pulse Survey Raffle that took place at the January 31, 2016 Membership Meeting.

We encourage everyone to participate in upcoming drawings. Thank you for your participation and making the Postal Pulse Survey boycott a success.

 


2nd Drawing 2016

Sunny Cao, CMPDC - $200.00

 

Maria Paradis, WPO - $100.00

 

Sue Lincoln, CMPDC - $100.00

 

Nancy Bauer, WPO - $100.00

 

Rick Warren,  WPO - $100.00

 


1st Drawing 2016

Ronald Matcak, CMPDC - $200.00

 

Maria Paradis, WPO - $100.00

 

Keith Brady, CMPDC - $100.00

 

Karen Paddock, WPO - $100.00

 

William Brady,  C.M.P.D.C. - $100.00

 


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

A HISTORY OF  POSTAL WORKERS' SALARIES

 

 

 

 



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