Mail Call - A Traveling Smithsonian Exhibit
A History of America's Military Postal System
When: August 9th - October 19, 2014
Where: National Churchill Memorial Museum in Fulton, MO.
The Central MO PCC will be visiting the traveling exhibit on September 18th.
JOIN US! The PCC will provide a bus to the event. The bus will leave the Marriott Courtyard South Lot in Columbia at 9:00am. The tour will begin at 10:00am, followed by the David Martin, USPS Gateway District Manager, and Kit Fruedenberg, Interim Executive Director, at 11:30am.
Presentation of Color and remarks from Lunch will be served at 12:15pm.
Bus will depart for Columbia at 1:00pm.
$25.00 for full event including transportation, exhibit admission, and lunch. $16.00 for exhibit admission and lunch.
Where and When:Stephens Lake Park Riechmann Pavilion2001 E Broadway, Columbia, MO 65201Old highway 63 to East Walnut Pavilion is on the rightColumbia, MO 65201
Thursday, September 11, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (CDT)
The Central Missouri Postal Customer Council cordially invites you to join us Thursday, September 11, 2014 as we celebrate PCC Day. Our meeting is at the lovely Riechmann Pavilion located in Stephens Park. To get to the Pavilion please come down old highway 63. Take East Walnut and come down approximately a quarter mile. The Pavilion is located on the right side of the road behind Stephens Lake.
The morning begins at 9:00 a.m. with light refreshments followed by our first presentation on Senior Scams. Our facilitator is from Secretary of State Jason Kander's office.
To PCC Representatives,
Great News…National PCC Week 2015 will be held September 21 – 25, 2015. Please mark your calendars now. We hope this early announcement will help you get off to a fast start with your planning activities for next year. The host PCC where the Postmaster General will deliver his keynote message is the Greater Portland PCC, Portland, OR.
In the meantime, we are confident that your National PCC Week 2014 events will be very successful. We sincerely appreciate your assistance and cooperation that you all provide.
Shipping and Package Services Revenue Up 6.6 Percent
January Price Increase Offsets Continued Volume Loss in First-Class Mail, Driving All Mail Revenue up $424 Million
Need for Comprehensive Legislation Remains Urgent
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service ended the June 30, 2014, quarter with a net loss of
$2.0 billion, compared to a net loss of $740 million for the same period last year. The Postal Service
has recorded a loss in 21 of the last 23 quarters, the excepted quarters being the two in which
Congress rescheduled the Retiree Health Benefits prefunding payments.