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September 25, 2018

Drop A Postcard Challenge Delivers at Pontiac Terrace Apartments


OSWEGO, NY – Mike Moss of Oswego took the ‘Drop A Postcard Challenge’ to the Pontiac Terrace Apartments Community Room on Sunday.

He is seen here with Marie Caley Pontiac Nursing Home Activities Director.

Mail call!

Mail call!

Mike is handing over the mailbag filled with 80 postcards for all residents at this facility.

Marie and the decorating crew made up of Sarah Schume (back left) and Betsey Fragale (back right) were also present as they were there decorating the main floor gathering room.

Drop A Postcard Challenge was created in May of 2011 and is ongoing to ensure that all residents of assisted living and nursing homes receive mail.

To date, more than 3,000 postcards and note cards have been written and sent to: The Ladies Home, Morningstar Residential Care Center, St. Luke’s, Bishop Commons, Seneca Hill Manor in Oswego, Meadowbrook Manor in Hannibal, Michaud Residential Health Service in Fulton, Fingerlakes Center for the Living in Auburn, and St. Augustine Center for the Living in Florida.

Photo courtesy of Beth Clark Photography

One Response “Drop A Postcard Challenge Delivers at Pontiac Terrace Apartments”

  1. Luann Knight Project Coordinator of Drop A Postcard Challenge
    December 7, 2013 at 8:13 am

    2014 Goals for Drop A Postcard Challenge: We would like to invite stores in Oswego, NY to take the challenge. We would set up a stand with cards and advertise that we will be there for anyone wanting to write a cherry note for 3 hours. This would bring in possible new customers into the store that might not have known what the store has to offer as well as helping us get the cards out. Any other suggestions feel to post or ask your local stores if they too want to be a part of Drop A Postcard. Thanks

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