Adams County letter carriers collected more than 16,125 pounds of food on Saturday, May 8th during the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
The food collected by postal workers was distributed Monday, May 10th at the Quincy post office at 36th and Locust.
It was donated to seven different food pantries with the help of some John Wood basketball players.
This was the 18th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive.
It is a nationwide food drive put on by the United Way that allows people to leave a bag of food to be donated by their mailbox and have letter carriers pick them up..