SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU-TV) — The City of Scranton was set to receive an award related to the hit television show ‘The Office’, but the virtual ceremony has been postponed.

The virtual presentation was slated for Thursday morning, but will now take place at a later date. This is a virtual event and is not open to the public.

Stars from the show, Kate Flannery and Oscar Nunez, will virtually present the Electric City the world’s largest ‘Dundie’ award. The ceremony will take place Thursday beginning at 9 a.m. at Scranton City Hall.

Office supplies and donations will also be given to two local Scranton charities, Outreach Center for Community Resources and Dress for Success Lackawanna via a Dunder Mifflin truck fleet.

In the second season of The Office, the Dundie award was given to the top performing salesperson in the fictional company Dunder Miffilin — which, in the show, is set in the Electric City.

The award is being given on behalf of NBC’s new streaming service Peacock. The Dundie will become a permanent installation at City Hall.