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Postmaster Robert Mack and Martin Luther King III
Philanthropist Martin Luther King III and Arlington, TX, Postmaster Robert Mack participate in last week’s Advancing the Dream event.

Fit for a King. A classic stamp honoring Martin Luther King Jr. recently made a special appearance in Arlington, TX, during an annual celebration of the civil rights leader’s life.

The event, Advancing the Dream, concluded Jan. 15 with an awards banquet where Arlington Postmaster Robert Mack unveiled a 1999 Celebrate the Century stamp that commemorates King’s 1963 “I Have a Dream” speech.

The stamp is one of several offerings that USPS has issued over the years to celebrate King.

“I am very proud to work for the Postal Service — an organization that is committed to being welcoming, accepting and celebrating differences,” Mack said.

Steal away. The Postal Bulletin’s latest edition reminds employees to safeguard their personal information from identity theft and other dangers when conducting financial transactions online.

The Jan. 18 edition also includes an updated list of invalid USPS corporate account numbers.

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