09 JANUARY 2017
Has anyone recently wandered “Why hasn’t Cedar Key School Journalism harassed us for yearbook ad sales this year?” It’s not our fault. We really did try to harass you but Hermine is to blame and she had help; help from the post office that is.
Four months and still counting from the time Hurricane Hermine hit Cedar Key, FL.  The post office closed Thursday September 1st and still has not reopened. Cedar Key residents have been getting their mail out of a truck for the last four months and while it may be convenient for some, the majority of the population has jobs to attend to that doesn’t fit with the limited hours of the mail truck: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday. Most people have jobs that start either at or before 9 and seeing as a normal shift is approximately 8 hours, how is that do-able?
It’s pretty ironic that places like the Jiffy right next door to the post office is open and the two buildings are owned by the same person.
But, have no fear, you can still give us your money.
If you are interested in buying an ad for the yearbook, visit the school, call the school,
e-mail us, or visit our website.
E-mail Jesse Crawford at:
Heather Sikes at:
Visit our website at:
Call Cedar Key School:(352) 543-5223
Thank you for your continued support of the CKS yearbook.

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