Three Things You Need to Know on December 4th

December 4, 2018
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No mail this Wednesday! The Postal Service is suspending mail delivery and retail service that day in honor of former President George H.W. Bush.  This Wednesday has been designated as a national day of mourning.  The Postal Service says there will be limited package delivery service that day. 

 It's Colorado Gives Day, which is a yearly event to benefit more than 25-hundred organizations.  Last year's fundraiser resulted in a total of more than 36-million-dollars in donations.  People can find out more information online at ColoradoGivesDay.org. 

A northern Colorado community is legalizing snowballs after outlawing them since the 1920s.  A nine-year-old in Severance, Colorado found out that his town had banned snowballs as part of an ordinance that outlawed throwing anything at people or animals.  During a meeting of the town's board of trustees last night, the youngster asked that the ban on snowballs be taken out of the ordinance.  After receiving unanimous approval from the board, the boy and his brother went outside and held the town's first legal snowball fight.