It’s normal for U.S. postal service workers to deliver cards, but one mailman went the extra mile to make 2020 graduates feel special amid the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Postal Service worker Joshua Crowellm was moved after seeing “2020 graduate” lawn signs outside homes along his route in New Hampshire, according to CBS News. He thought of his own children and felt bad for those who would not be able to walk across the stage to receive their diploma.
“I just said to myself, ‘I should get those students a graduation card and maybe put a gift card inside,'” Crowell said.
So he bought a bunch of greeting cards and $5 Dunkin’ gift cards and left handwritten notes to the graduates.
Crowell said he has left at least 25 cards so far and plans to deliver more throughout the summer.
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