Soaking up the snow

Rain sleet or snow, the mail’s got to go. Meet Frostine the mail lady, here to help out the U.S. Postal Service. She was built in Salemburg by the children of Calene Alligood Jackson and her sister Taylor Simmons, both Rural Carrier Associates (RCAs) in Roseboro. Here, their children Carson, Kaylee, Taytin, Jacob, Logan, Cody and Audrey pose with Frostine, donning a hat, vest, gloves and even carrying a letter and package.

The western and northern portions of Sampson County received enough snow Wednesday to keep kids out of school for three days. Many kids, like 12-year-old McKenzie Street, found themselves outside playing the white powder and having a snowball fight or two.

Rain sleet or snow, the mail’s got to go. Meet Frostine the mail lady, here to help out the U.S. Postal Service. She was built in Salemburg by the children of Calene Alligood Jackson and her sister Taylor Simmons, both Rural Carrier Associates (RCAs) in Roseboro. Here, their children Carson, Kaylee, Taytin, Jacob, Logan, Cody and Audrey pose with Frostine, donning a hat, vest, gloves and even carrying a letter and package.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/web1_snow-1.jpgRain sleet or snow, the mail’s got to go. Meet Frostine the mail lady, here to help out the U.S. Postal Service. She was built in Salemburg by the children of Calene Alligood Jackson and her sister Taylor Simmons, both Rural Carrier Associates (RCAs) in Roseboro. Here, their children Carson, Kaylee, Taytin, Jacob, Logan, Cody and Audrey pose with Frostine, donning a hat, vest, gloves and even carrying a letter and package.

The western and northern portions of Sampson County received enough snow Wednesday to keep kids out of school for three days. Many kids, like 12-year-old McKenzie Street, found themselves outside playing the white powder and having a snowball fight or two.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/web1_IMG_3729.jpgThe western and northern portions of Sampson County received enough snow Wednesday to keep kids out of school for three days. Many kids, like 12-year-old McKenzie Street, found themselves outside playing the white powder and having a snowball fight or two. Courtesy photo