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30 CU Execs Graduate From CMI

MADISON, Wis.-The Credit Union Executives Society announced 30 credit union leaders recently graduated from CUES Management Institute. The 2004 CMI graduates are: Lydia Shaw, Donna M. Johnson, Sharon Arthur, Karessa Pewtress, Tonya Keaton, Chuck Bullock, Gregg Kats, Rob Crowley, Aaron Bresko, Michele Bolkovatz, Robin Obermire, Tonni von Schaumburg, James A. Poitras, Shanna T. Crawford, George D. Roth, Kenneth A. Horton, Michael C. Beckman, Suzanne E. McCann, Larry A. Schoeberl, Melinda Rosas, Renee Moore, Debbie Holden, James P. Mitchell, Robert S. Pellegrini, Michelle Silveira, Gene Shabinaw, Patricia L. Reeves, Gary Winder, Alyson Burns, and Lynn Reazin.

SECU Visits N.C. State Capital

RALEIGH, N.C.-State Employee's Credit Union recently visited members of the North Carolina legislators to welcome them to the state capital.

DFCU Financial Supports School

PSECU Holds Street Fair For CASA

HARRISBURG, Penn.-A team of more than 70 PSECU employees, family and friends volunteered to help make a street fair and PSECU Annual Celebrity Race to benefit Pennsylvania Court Appointed Special Advocate.

Founders FCU Donates To CMN

LANCASTER, S.C.-Founders Federal Credit Union made a $5,524 donation to the Children's Miracle Network.

Energy First CU Adopts Highways

MONTEREY PARK, Calif.-Energy First Credit Union adopted a two-mile stretch of the Pomona Freeway and and Long Beach Freeway. The credit union is responsible for keeping those stretches maintained and cleaned.

MFFCU Receives Desjardins Award

Hamtramck, Mich.-Motown First Federal Credit Union was awarded the 2004 Desjardins Youth Financial Education Award in the $20 million and under asset size category.

NASCUS Names CU Council Board

ARLINGTON, Va.-The board of directors for NASCUS Credit Union Council 2004-2005 was announced. The board members are: C. Michael Litzau, chairman, member at large; Jim Blaine, chair elect, District VII; JoAnn Fillwock, vice chair, District VIII; Mendell Thompson, secretary/treasurer, member at large; Loren Rush, past chairman, member at large; Rick Schmidtke, director, District I; Kenneth Sorrels, District III; Cathie Tierney, District IV; Richard Rice, District V; Linda Childs, District VI; Bruce Fahnestock, member at large; J. Parker Cann, District II.

Idaho CUs Support Community

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho-Employees from East Idaho CU, Westmark CU, Beehive FCU, and Scenic Falls FCU raised more than $4,500 during the 17th Annual Scenic River Run to benefit the Developmental Workshop, which supports individuals with disabilities in Eastern Idaho.

RICU Awards Student Scholarship

CTCU Has Member Appreciation Day

GURNEE, Ill.-Community Trust Credit Union held a Member Appreciation Day which included food, a magician, a balloon sculptor, and two radio personalties.

UHCU Supports Employee's Efforts

Local 424 FCU Opens Service Center

Sacramento CUs Donate $2,500

SACRAMENTO, Calif.-The Sacramento Valley Chapter of the California Credit Union League donated $2,500 to the Stanford Home for Children, which provides services for vulnerable children and their families.

CU Chapter Sponsors Senior Prom

WEIRTON, W.V.-The Weirton-Wellsburg Chapter of Credit Unions sponsored a senior prom at the Greater Weirton Area Senior Center for senior adults in the area.

In additional news, the Weirton-Wellsburg Chapter treated children from the Weirton Christian Center to a Pirates baseball game.

St. Mary's Bank President Honored

Mid-Atlantic Corporate Raises $6,000

MIDDLETOWN, Penn.-Mid-Atlantic Corporate Federal Credit Union raised more than $6,000 for the pennsylvania Credit Union Foundation and the NCUA Foundation at its 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament.

CCFCU Awards $1,000 Gift

LOCKPORT, N.Y.-Cornerstone Community Federal Credit Union awarded Amy Willard a $1,000 gift certificate to Stedman Old Farm Nurseries. The gift certificate was part of a grand prize drawing during Cornerstone's loan sale and membership drive promotion.

SEFCU Supports Clothing Drive

HOUSTON, Texas-Shell Employees Federal Credit Union donated a full SUV's worth of clothing and household items to the Second to None Resale Shop clothing drive. The event helped replenish clothing needed to support women and children of domestic abuse.

CBCFCU Supports Scholarship Program

ALVIN, Texas-Chocolate Bayou Community FCU helped sponsor $4,500 in scholarships to benefit six students attending Alvin Community College.

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