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USPS guidelines for mailbox placement (need to know this in case we move the mailbox to the other side of the driveway)

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Sidewalk Flowerbeds: Planning the details of a landscaping project is the first step you should take before beginning. If you have been considering adding a flowerbed along a sidewalk, here are key steps to know before getting started. Also, be sure to read the label of any weed and grass killer before using it, and use plants that will do well in your climate.

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Writing 2- An easy way to get children interested in writing is to have them write letters to the teacher and other students. I would use the mailbox for "students of the week" all of the other students would write nice, encouraging notes to that student. It would also be helpful in the way of teaching respect toward other students.

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Mailbox with planter and trellis PICTURE ONLY ... LOOKS VERY MUCH LIKE A HANDYMAN CREATION TO ME....FROM URL WOULD BE MADE FROM CEDAR...DELETE ALL AFTER .COM AND I BET YOU GET TO WHERE THIS CAME FROM....

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Vintage mailbox.....nobody bothered to remove these in Montana - still have a bunch of them along the back roads. I want one!

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Usps mailbox specifications: 6-8'' between curb and mailbox. 41-45'' high. 24" into the ground.

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Who doesn't LOVE having a Secret Santa!!?! My colleagues and I love participating in Secret Santa each year during December! It's so much fun to find little surprises in your mailbox each day that last week before Winter Break. You can decide the guidelines for how Secret Santa will work at your school, but here is a "favorites" questionnaire to get you started!!

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