Betty HUBBLE Vows To Take Action

When you learn that your post office may be closed, you might want to have Betty HUBBLE on your side.  The post office in question has been in operation since 1881 when Henry C. Groseclose, who founded the Future Farmers of America, became its first postmaster.  

HUBBLE, a resident of Ceres, Virginia recognizes that while the post office there has seen less traffic over time and only a portion of the post office boxes are in use, it has served as the center of the community and will be greatly missed if it becomes a casualty of revenue losses. Although many of its services could be obtained in other communities, or through commercial businesses, nothing would really fill the role of the community meeting place for the residents of this small Virginia town. Read more about Betty HUBBLE and her plan to support her community post office.

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