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Students from Everglades City School, along with the help of others, paint the Ochopee Post Office on Monday for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The post office, which is considered the smallest one in the United States, has been open since 1953. Nanette Watson, the post master at the post office, wants to sell more  Breast Cancer Research First-Class Semipostal Stamps than any other Post Office during the month of October.

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Scott McIntyre / Staff Students from Everglades City School, along with the help of others, paint the Ochopee Post Office on Monday for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The post office, which is considered the smallest one in the United States, has been open since 1953. Nanette Watson, the post master at the post office, wants to sell more Breast Cancer Research First-Class Semipostal Stamps than any other Post Office during the month of October.

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