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Nov 082013
 

By Linda Kor
The Navajo County Sheriff’s Hashknife Posse has created a new mailer to send to friends and family as a memento of the posse’s annual Pony Express Ride that has taken place for the past 56 years. Available now are pine plaques with the Hashknife brand burned into the wood. The plaques cost $2 each and the cost to mail them to a U.S. address will be approximately $3.
The plaques can be ordered by calling Bill Perkins at (928) 863-2061. The next ride will take place on Jan. 27, but letters and mailers are already being accepted at the Winslow and Holbrook post offices.

 Photo by Linda Kor These pine plaques are now available to be used as mailers for the upcoming Pony Express Ride. Admiring them at the Holbrook Post Office are (left to right) Waylon Miller, his granddad, Hashknife member Bill Perkins, Postal Clerk Sharon Petersen, and Hashknife members Tim Kelley and Patrick Reynolds.

Photo by Linda Kor
These pine plaques are now available to be used as mailers for the upcoming Pony Express Ride. Admiring them at the Holbrook Post Office are (left to right) Waylon Miller, his granddad, Hashknife member Bill Perkins, Postal Clerk Sharon Petersen, and Hashknife members Tim Kelley and Patrick Reynolds.