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MECU Of Baltimore Supports Zoo

BALTIMORE-Municipal Employees Credit Union of Baltimore walked to raise more than $1,500 for the Baltimore Zoo.

SWCCU Raise $2,000 For MS

WEIRTON, W.V.-Steel Works Community Federal Credit Union employees participated in the Multiple Sclerosis Walk and raised more than $2,000 for the charity.

NFCU Helps Rehabilitate Homes

VIENNA, Va.-Navy Federal Credit Union employees, families and friends repaired a group home for adults with serious mental illness. The volunteers donated more than 1,200 hours to the project.

RBFCU Cut Ribbon At Grand Opening

Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union cuts the ribbon at the grand opening celebration of its administrative service center in Live Oak, Texas.

CSFECU Sponsors Blood Drive

EUREKA, Calif.-California State and Federal Employees Credit Union sponsored a blood drive to benefit a local blood bank.

PSCU Financial Services Helps CMN

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-More than $14,000 was raised for the Children's Miracle Network at a golf benefit tournament sponsored by PSCU Financial Services.

WSECU On 'Best Companies' List

OLYMPIA, Wash.-Washington State Employees Credit Union was named to Washington CEO Magazine's list of the state's "Best Companies to Work For."

Georgia FCU Holds Hopping Event

ATLANTA-Georgia Federal Credit Union held a Super Saver Kids' Club Easter Event for members age 12 and younger.

KCFCU Breaks Ground For Facilities

Kellogg Community Federal Credit Union, Battle Creek, Mich., breaks ground at the site of its new Dickmann Road branch. Also renovations are underway at a new Capital Avenue location.

CTCU Creates CTCU Kids' Club

GURNEE, Ill.-Community Trust Credit Union created a CTCU Kids' Club for its younger members, and conducted a mascot hunt that resulted in the development of a new mascot character named Max Million.

TTTFCU Awards 2 Scholarships

Tri-Town Teachers Federal Credit Union, Westport, Conn., awarded Velvet Ritch and Marissa Miraval scholarships.

CU Chapter Presents Scholarships

LYNCHBURG, Va.-The Hampton Roads Chapter of the Virginia Credit Union League presented Henry D. Spear a $1,500 scholarship, and Danielle K. Moore, Chautney N. Moore, and Daniel Schuster $1,000 scholarships. Noelle Dejarlais received the Laura Twyford scholarship.

FTCU Offers Students Career Training

BEAVERTON, Ore.-First Tech Credit Union's Oakridge High School branch is training and offering careers to students interested in being part of the credit union industry.

CWOFCU Celebrates Anniversary

ALEXANDRIA, Va.-NCUA Chairman JoAnn Johnson addressed CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union during its annual meeting and diamond anniversary celebration.

Rogue FCU Helps Fight Hunger

MEDFORD, Ore.-Rogue Federal Credit Union employees helped repack 4,500 lbs. of food into family-size portions, in addition to sorting cans and boxed food into bins. The projects were for ACCESS, which provides food to families in need through 17 food banks in Jackson County.

Marine FCU Donates $40,000

JACKSONVILLE, N.C.-Marine Federal Credit Union raised $40,000 at its annual charity golf tournament. The USO and Onslow Women's Center each received $20,000.

GSM Gives $6,000 To The Red Cross

WYCKOFF, N.J.-Garden State Mortgage Company donated $6,000 in proceeds from its golf tournament to the Bergen/Hudson Chapter of the American Red Cross.

1st Advantage Award Scholarships

NEWPORT NEWS, Va.-1st Advantage Federal Credit Union awarded Justine Green, Jennifer Harnish, Michelle Pelaez, David Lee Haskell, and Susan Sheffler $1,500 scholarships.

SAFCU Host Grand Re-Opening

SAN ANTONIO, Texas-San Antonio Federal Credit Union celebrated the grand re-opening of its newly remodeled Windsor branch.

EECU Opens New Branch In Keller

MAFCU Exhibits In SBA Loan Fair

GAITHERSBURG, Md.-Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union participated in a Small Business Administration Loan Fair at the University of Maryland Shady Grove Center. The credit union was the only not-for-profit offering business lending services.

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