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A new coloring page celebrates USPS employees and their thankful customers. To print the page, click this image and select “Download.”

A new coloring page is available to celebrate the outpouring of public support that Postal Service employees are receiving during the coronavirus pandemic.

The page shows a letter carrier delivering mail to a home where two children stand at a window, holding a homemade thank-you sign and a drawing of a postal worker.

In the front yard, a sign reads: “Not all heroes wear capes.”

The page captures a unique moment in the life of the Postal Service: Across the nation, customers are leaving thank-you notes at their mailboxes, creating driveway chalk drawings and posting yard signs to thank USPS employees for their steadfast service.

The organization, an essential public service, is continuing normal operations during the pandemic, including delivering medicine, supplies and other critically important products to self-isolating customers.

The coloring page was created by Earl Musick, a longtime illustrator and Postal Service employee in Eastern Area. Musick also draws postal-themed holiday coloring pages each year.

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

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