North Carolina SECU’s Annual Meeting Draws More Than 1,000

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RALEIGH, N.C. – At a time when credit unions are struggling to attract people to their annual meetings, a luncheon and educational sessions helped North Carolina State Employees’ CU draw more than 1,000 members to its annual meeting in Greensboro last week.

The meeting featured a two-part format beginning with a luncheon and educational workshops for SECU Advisory Board and Loan Review Committee volunteers. Guest speaker Patrick Adams, president of St. Louis Community CU, empowered luncheon attendees, and volunteer educational sessions highlighted a variety of topics including fraud prevention, State Employees’ CU services provided to members at various life stages, and newer credit union products and initiatives to combat overdrafts.

The day concluded with the general membership meeting for all State Employees’ CU members, with Chairman Jim Barber presiding over the event. During the general meeting, Barber presented an overview of the credit union’s financial condition and stability, along with updates on previous and current year initiatives.

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