Letter To The Editor: Hot Dogs, Apple Pie, USPS And The Fourth Of July


As the postmaster of Severna Park, I am writing to express the unwavering commitment of our postal staff to serving our wonderful community. With the Fourth of July approaching, a time when we celebrate our nation's independence and the freedoms we cherish, it is also a fitting moment to reflect on the values that bind us together.

This year, the Independence Day parade will be on Thursday, July 4, from 10:00am until noon. The theme will be "Stars and Stripes Forever.” We will commemorate the birth of our nation and celebrate our wonderful community, which is filled with generous small-business owners and caring charitable organizations.

As we celebrate Independence Day, let us also celebrate the spirit of community and the importance of staying connected. The Fourth of July is a reminder of the strength and resilience that define our nation. It is these same qualities that our postal employees embody each day as they serve you.

The United States Postal Service has been an integral part of American life for centuries, connecting people across vast distances, facilitating communication and commerce. Here in Severna Park, our team takes immense pride in continuing this tradition. Our dedication goes beyond simply delivering mail and packages; it extends to being a reliable and supportive presence in our community.

Every day, our staff works diligently to ensure that your letters, packages, and essential communications reach their destinations promptly and securely. We understand that the trust you place in us is vital, and we strive to uphold that trust through our hard work and dedication.

We are honored to be a part of this community and to contribute to its well-being. On behalf of the entire postal staff, I wish you all a joyful and safe Fourth of July. Let us come together to celebrate not only our nation's independence but also the unity and dedication that make Severna Park a special place to live.

We deliver for America and Severna Park.


Cesare Kissinger, Postmaster


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