Help put Kiwanis on a stamp
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Ever wonder how the United States Post Office decides what to put on their stamps? The stamp collectors among us probably know that a group called the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee recommends subjects and designs to the postmaster general. These recommendations are guided by 12 major criteria.
Here’s the one we’re most interested in: “Events of historical significance shall be considered for commemoration only on anniversaries in multiples of 50 years.” If you feel that the formation of Kiwanis International was historically significant, let’s hear from you--and let’s get Kiwanis International’s 100th anniversary on a postage stamp.
Download the most recent (Sept) Kiwanis International Update for information about this topic. Fill in and sign the CSAC letter and mail it in. Don’t forget to affix a stamp!