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WesCorp Sets Town Hall Dates

SAN DIMAS, Calif.- WesCorp has announced the names of credit unions that will host its 2004 town hall meetings, at which there will be interactive discussions on the economy, interest rate activity, investment strategies, and balance sheet management. The locations and dates are: June 7, Boeing Employees CU, Tukwilla, Wash.; June 8, Global CU, Spokane, Wash.; June 17, Nevada FCU, Las Vegas; June 18, Mountain America CU, Jordan, Utah; June 21, Mission FCU, June 21; June 28, Wescom CU, Pasadena, Calif.; June 29, Provident CU, Redwood City, Calif.; July 29, Travis CU, Vacaville, Calif.; July 30, CBC FCU, Oxnard, Calif.; Aug. 2, Orange County Teachers FCU, Santa Ana, Calif.; Aug. 4, Educational Employees CU, Fresno, Calif.; Aug. 6, Portland (Ore.) Teachers CU.

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Discovery Conference This Week

SAN DIEGO-CUNA Mutual Group will host its annual Discovery Conference here this week. The Credit Union Journal will provide full coverage of the meeting in coming issues.

Degenhardt To CU Review Board

MADISON, Wis.-Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle has appointed Dennis D. Degenhardt, president/CEO of Glacier Hills Credit Union, to a five-year term on the Credit Union Review Board. The Review Board is responsible for advising the Office of Credit Unions and other organizations for improving the conditions and services of credit unions throughout the State of Wisconsin.

HealthAmerica CU Is New Name

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-Health Services Credit Union has changed its name to HealthAmerica Credit Union. Established in 1954 as BlueCross and BlueShield Employees CU to serve workers of those organizations, it changed its name to Health Services CU in 1982 when it extended services to healthcare professionals at several area hospitals. It has members in 46 states. HealthAmerica CU now serves anyone in healthcare or real estate and anyone living or working in northeast Florida, in addition to hospitals in other areas.

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