Summer Camp Means Learning AboutFinance

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WICHITA, Kan. - (06/24/05) -- Three dozen area youths took timeout from their summer vacation to learn about the ins and outs ofsavings and checking and plastic cards during Boeing Wichita CU'sfirst 'Financial Survival Camp' this week. The seventh- andeight-graders mixed swimming and nature hikes with financialeducation provided by credit union staffers at Eberly Farms in westWichita. The credit union is charging just $5 for the six-hourcamp, which will be returned in the form of a deposit in the creditunion. Both members and non-members are eligible to participate inthe next session, to be held June 21 and 22.

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