PSCU Sponsors Cross City Race
FRESNO, Calif.-Pacific Service Credit Union was a corporate sponsor of the Fresno Cross City Race. More than 2,000 participants helped raise funds to benefit St. Agnes Medical Center.
BWCU Awards WSU Scholarships
WICHITA, Kan.-BWCU partnered with Wichita State University to offer scholarships to its members. This year's recipients are Jancie Garth, Christopher Norgren, Timothy Swanson, Stacia Robinson and Johanna Higgins.
SSFCU Holds Luncheon For Shelter
SAN ANTONIO, Texas-Security Service Federal Credit Union held an appreciation luncheon for the workers at the San Antonio Children's Shelter.
In additional news, the credit union received the Louise Herring Philosophy in Action Award for its student-operated service centers.
Credit Unions Open New Branches
* HUNTSVILLE, Ala.-Redstone Federal Credit Union opened a new branch in Arab.
* JACKSONVILLE, N.C.-Marine Federal Credit Union opened a new facility in Wilmington.
* FERNDALE, Mich.-Credit Union One held a grand opening at its new Macomb Township branch.
* McGuire AFB, N.J.-Andrews Federal Credit Union held a ground breaking ceremony at the site of its new branch on McGuire Air Force Base.
KFCU Awards $1,000 Scholarships
BILOXI, Miss.-Keesler Federal Credit Union awarded $1,000 scholarships to Amanda Mayo, Sara Summers, Franco Healy, Bradley Smith and Margaret McMurtray.
CFCU Awards 151 Scholarships
SAGINAW, Mich.-Catholic Federal Credit Union awarded $76,750 in scholarships to 151 college students through its annual Msgr. Forbes Scholarship Fund.
COFCU Celebrates Members
ALEXANDRIA, Va.-CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union held a member appreciation week that included educational seminars, giveaways, and fundraising efforts for CMN.
CFCU Raises $215,000 For Charity
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va.-Chartway Federal Credit Union hosted its 6th Annual Charity Golf Classic and presented a $215,000 check to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Topeka CU Foundation Formed
topeka, Kan.-A kickoff breakfast was held for the newly formed Topeka Credit Union Foundation, where checks were presented to Housing and Credit Counseling, Inc., The Capper Foundation and Topeka Rescue Mission.
Minn. CUs Win Dora Maxwell Awards
BLOOMINGTON, Minn.-The Minnesota Credit Union Network announced the following Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility winners: US FCU, Burnsville; Twin City Co-ops FCU, Falcon Heights; Richfield/Bloomington CU, Richfield; Minnesota Valley FCU, Mankato, and PEOPLES Community CU, Hopkins.
JDCCU Celebrates 70th Anniversary
WATERLOO, Iowa-John Deere Community Credit Union celebrated its 70th anniversary with treats, key chains and a chance to win a piggy bank filled with money.
MFCU Helps Habitat For Humanity
BEAUMONT, Texas-Mobiloil Federal Credit Union presented a $5,000 check to Habitat for Humanity at a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of a home in Pinebrook Place.
Every Penny Counts At Wescom CU
Students at the Cleta Harder Development School cashed in $38 worth of pennies at Wescom Credit Union's La Habra, Calif. branch. The pennies were used for a taco and ice cream party.
EFCU Welcomes Rep. Solis
Rep. Hilda L. Solis, 2nd from left, visited Energy First Credit Union at its Monterey Park, Calif. headquarters.
FOCFCU Opens North Canton Branch
First Ohio Community Federal Credit Union cuts the ribbon at its new facility in North Canton, Ohio.
Hospital Honors Tower FCU
Johns Hopkins Children's Center presented Tower FCU, Laurel, Md., with a plaque for contributing more than $15,100.
1st Advantage FCU Sponsors Charity
NEWPORT NEWS, Va.-1st Advantage Federal Credit Union presented a second check for $5,000 to Habitat for Humanity. With a total contribution of $10,000 the credit union became a gold sponsor. Construction began on its "Women Build" home for Rose Gray.
Maine CUs Raise $33,000
POLAND SPRING, Maine-The 10th Annual Norm Nolette Memorial Golf Tournament raised a record-setting $33,000 for the Maine Credit Union's Campaign for Ending Hunger.
Ent FCU Sponsors Marathon
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.-Ent Federal Credit Union was a sponsor of a marathon that attracted more than 400 participants and raised more than $7,000 for the Trails and Open Space Coalition.