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Text on Button National Association of Postmasters State Convention 2000 Donna Peaks Postal HQ Far from Extinct Vernal Utah of the United States
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Black and pink text and an illustration of a pink dinosaur skeleton on a white background

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BADGE -A - MINIT 1-800-223-4103

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The National Association of Postmasters of the United States (NAPUS) is a special fraternity of more than 42,000 other Postmasters. NAPUS has state organizations called chapters in all 50 states and Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands. The chapters conduct state conventions where chapter officers are elected, proposed policy changes are debated, Postmaster training is conducted, scholarships are presented, and members can socialize with one another.

In 2000, Utah held its state convention in Vernal, a city known for Dinosaur National Monument, a protected area where thousands of dinosaur fossils and footprints were discovered in 1909, which is why the button depicts a dinosaur fossil. Donna Peaks is most likely a reference to the one time USPS Vice President, Finance, Controller of the same name. 

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