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Petition seeks to save Cane Valley, Breeding, Gradyville P.O.s

21 persons had signed the petition. 7:40amCT, Saturday, July 30, 2011. It's takes just a minute to let your voice be heard
Sign, then Spread the Word

By Ray Rowe

I just created a petition entitled United States Postal Service: Keep local Cane Valley, KY Post Office open and in Operation, because I care deeply about this very important issue.

I'm trying to collect 500 signatures, and I could really use your help.

To read more about what I'm trying to do and to sign my petition, click here:

United States Postal Service: Keep Breeding, Cane Valley, Gradyville KY Post Offices OPEN!


It'll just take a minute!

Once you're done, please ask your friends to sign the petition as well. Grassroots movements succeed because people like you are willing to spread the word!Also there is one going around a few places to be signed as well as there is one at Max Taylors feed store in Cane Valley Ky. Max has invited anyone and everyone in to sign the petition.

Thanks again

Ray Rowe




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