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SWCFCU Donates To Rotary Club

WEIRTON, W.V.-Steel Works Community FCU donated $1,000 to the Rotary Club's annul Mardi Gras event which benefits the Jimmy Carey Memorial Stadium renovation project.

SWCGFCU Expands ATM Service

OAKLAND, Calif.-Sea West Coast Guard FCU has joined the Armed Forces Financial Network and will add AFFN ATM and POS access to its current EFT product offering.

PSCU Donates $3,000 To Museum

WALNUT CREEK, Calif.-Pacific Service Credit Union donated $3,000 to the Lindsay Wildlife Museum to send children from 50 schools in economically disadvantaged areas to visit the museum.

FFCU Expands Membership Base

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-First Florida CU has expanded its membership to include residents of Florida's metropolitan areas.

United Way Honors PEFCU

The United Way of Greater Lafayette, Ind. honors Purdue Employees FCU with 2 awards for its $30,000 contribution to the 2002 United Way campaign.

CU ONE Sponsors Radiothon

FERNDALE, Mich.-Credit Union ONE helped sponsor the 16th annual Purtan's Salvation Army Radiothon, which raised $1,003,796 to benefit the Salvation Army's Bed and Bread Club.

In additional news, CU ONE received an Outstanding Business partner award from the Macomb Career Technical Education Administrators Association for its Focus on Financial Planning curriculum at Utica Community Schools.

Erie Shores CU Bowls For Kids

MAUMEE, Ohio-Erie Shores Credit Union participated in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowling for Kids event and raised $1,800 for the organization.

Ohio CUs Raise $50,000 For CMN

TOLEDO, Ohio-Ohio credit unions raised more than $50,000 in 2002 for the Children's Miracle Network to benefit local hospitals.

CUNA CU Opens New Branch

CUNA Credit Union cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of its new branch in Portage, Wis.

New York League Hikes The Hill

LATHAM, N.Y.-The New York State Credit Union League and state-chartered CU leaders participated in the Hike the Hill visits with elected officials and their staff members.

In additional news, the league awarded Rep. Joseph Crowley at a legislative reception.

MFCU Offers Free Seminar To Teens

DETROIT, Mich.-Michigan First Credit Union held a Teen Financial Management Seminar at the Sacred Heart Seminary. More than 50 teens and parents attended.

CCUL Holds Legislative Forum

ARVADA, Colo.-The Colorado Credit Union League held its legislative forum, where panel members discussed the challenges confronting credit unions in the current political climate.

EECU Supports Big Brothers

FRESNO, Calif.-Educational Employees CU donated $5,000 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Fresno, Kings, and Madera Counties.

In additional news, the credit union is donating $5 to schools in Kings County for every new member who opens an account at its new Hanford branch.

Hanscom FCU Celebrates 50 Years

Hanscom FCU Chairman Paul Marotta, left, and CEO David Sprague, right, present member Norma Buckhaulter with $50 in celebration of the credit union's 50th anniversary.

TFCU Offers 6 $1,000 Scholarships

FARMINGVILLE, N.Y.-Teachers Federal Credit Union is awarding $1,000 scholarships to six Suffolk County high school seniors.

CWOFCU Bowls For Kids' Sake

HARRISONBURG, Va.-Common Wealth One Federal Credit Union participated in Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake and raised $900 for the charity.

FACU Sells Paper Links For CMN

BELOIT, Wis.-First American Credit Union sold paper links for $1 to form a chain of pink hearts to benefit the Children's Miracle Network. A total of $505 was raised.

VBFI Earns Accreditation

RICHMOND, Va.-The Virginia Bureau of Financial Institutions has earned accreditation form the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors.

NAEFCU Supports Make-A-Wish

CHESAPEAKE, Va.-N.A.E. Federal Credit Union raised $4,100 to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation through raffles, movie tickets, Christmas stockings, and bears.

BFCU Celebrates Tropical Day

WYOMISSING, Penn.- Bellco Federal Credit Union employees dressed in tropical clothing, decorated the lobby with palm trees, and beach balls, and played tropical music to help beat the winter blues.

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