Members of the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) conducted its 16th Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Saturday. This was the second time the Brazil Post Office participated in the food drive and collected more than 2,200 pounds of food locally. The Brazil Armory's 138th Quartermaster, represented by Sgt. Dustin Spicer (left) and Sgt. Andy Perkins, provided a truck to store the food as it was being collected. "I want to give a big thanks to all the volunteers for the time they put in as well as all our sponsors, especially the local ones like A+ Printing, Clover Signs and the Brazil Armory," Brazil Postal Carrier Michele Glotzbach said. Participating in the food drive were (not all pictured) carriers Glotzbach, Justin Cayton, Tyrone Cayton, Greg Karn, Karen Stearley, Amy Lewis, Darby Deimler and Kyra Stemler, along with retired carriers Paul Stephens, Bill Boucher and Bob Dierdorf. Jason Jacobs Photo.