The Kleena Kleene post office has a new location and a new postmistress

Kleena Kleene gets a new postmistress

Once again a road trip out west proved eventful when we stopped at the new Kleena Kleene post office.

Once again a road trip out west proved eventful when we stopped at the new Kleena Kleene post office.

As of Oct. 1 the post office has been situated at a new place, located about three kilometres west of the Shortreeds.

The post office is near where the mailboxes are against a building just off the side of the road about a half hour or so from Tatla Lake.

Melodie Dawn Gano, was appointed as post mistress of the Kleena Kleene post office, where upon she immediately found a building to rent and place the mail boxes against the building, plus a bonus.

Now the residents can have parcels mailed directly to them at their local post office.

Melodie has everything set up perfectly for her office section, plus a love seat and coffee table, in case anyone wants to sit and read their mail and enjoy a cup of coffee.

A big barrel heater warms up the place.

In the spring Melodie will paint and reorganize the wood stove.

She plans some repair work on the walls and a bit of painting.

The new Kleena Kleene Post Office portrays a real old-fashioned style office, a place to sit and visit, enjoy your day and carry on.

Congratulations to Melodie Dawn Gano for landing the job and finding a good building to deliver the Kleena Kleene mail!

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