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Holiday coloring page featuring Santa and a letter carrier
This year’s holiday coloring page shows a letter carrier delivering mail to Santa Claus and two elves.

Delivering cheer. A new postal-themed coloring page is available to help USPS employees promote the holidays.

The image shows a letter carrier delivering mail to Santa Claus and two elves.

Earl Musick, an Eastern Area employee and cartoonist, drew the picture, which employees can hand out to customers and their children.

To view and print the page, click the image that accompanies this article, then select “Download” under the caption.

Helping Santa. A new USPS blog post offers customers five reasons to support Operation Santa this holiday season.

The annual program, which kicked off Dec. 3, allows customers to help people in need by “adopting” their letters to Santa Claus and granting their holiday wishes.

“The holiday season does something rare and beautiful in many of us, and Operation Santa gives us the opportunity to experience wonder and joy by helping others and creating hope,” the post states.

Take a peek. The new Peek into Peak LiteBlue page showcases Postal Service employees and their contributions to the organization’s holiday efforts.

The initiative is being promoted through Link, Postal Vision monitors inside USPS facilities, the tickertape scroll on ACE computers and the Lead to Win newsletter.

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