The U.S. Postal Service dedications of the following previously announced Forever stamps will be canceled due to the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to avoid social gatherings of 10 people or more:
The U.S. Postal Service dedication of the Maine Statehood Forever stamp, scheduled for March 15, 2020, will be delayed due to the postponement of the host event, the Maine Statehood Day Ceremony in Augusta, ME. The Maine Statehood Forever stamp will still be available for purchase starting Sunday, March 15.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service is being honored as the top government agency for multicultural business opportunities by a leading national organization that promotes business inclusiveness. The award honors the Postal Service’s leadership among the 25 top-ranked government agencies, known as the Omni50, that support opportunities for small businesses and entrepreneurs.
ORLANDO, FL — The U.S. Postal Service issued the Arnold Palmer Commemorative Forever stamp today to honor the iconic golfer (1929–2016) who rose from humble beginnings to become a champion. The stamp dedication ceremony took place at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard at the Bay Hill Club & Lodge.
U.S. Postal Service issued the 43rd Black Heritage stamp, honoring one of America’s most respected journalists, Gwen Ifill. A special dedication ceremony will be held at the George W. Young Post Office in Detroit. The event is free and open to the public. Please share the news on social media using the hashtag #GwenIfillForever and #BlackHeritageStamps.
DETROIT, MI — For most drivers, luck would play a role in driving accident-free for 30 years. However, Dearborn, MI Post Office letter carriers will be the first to tell you it’s not a matter of luck; it’s a matter of taking the time to drive safely no matter how much of a hurry other people are in.
GRAND RAPIDS MI — With the return of severe weather, the U.S. Postal Service is asking customers to please help our letter carriers deliver mail safely by clearing snow and ice from sidewalks, stairs and mailboxes.