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Women's Leadership Summit

MADISON, Wis.-CUNA plans to host its first Women's Leadership Summit June 12-15 at the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego. Prior to the opening session, participants will complete a self-assessment that will serve as the catalyst to explore 20 key areas that impact leadership, relationships, performance and well-being, CUNA said. The rest of the program will focus on developing individual leadership skills and ways to effectively lead change throughout their organizations.

For info: www.training.cuna.org or call 800-356-9655, ext. 4249.

Ice Cream Icon To Speak

NEW YORK CITY-Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's Homemade, Inc., will offer keynote remarks on social responsibility and radical business philosophy at the New York State CU League's 85th Annual Meeting and Convention, May 18-21, at the Hilton.

For info: www.nyscul.org.

Idaho Legislators Get Demo

BOISE, Idaho-More than half of Idaho's senators and representatives were present at a credit union-sponsored event where the National Child ID Program was introduced by Ed Smart, a nationally recognized advocate for child abduction prevention. The luncheon was part of the Idaho league's GAC. The National Child ID Program, which was created by the American Football Coaches Association in 1997, uses inkless fingerprint kits that allow parents to take and store a child's fingerprints in their own home.

Long-Time CU Volunteer Dies

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-Clyde W. King, Sr., a long-time board member with Jax Metro CU has died. "He was one of the credit union's biggest advocates and worked to bring its services to all eligible employees," the credit union said. Mr. King opened his account with Jacksonville Utilities Employees CU in April of 1948, and began working as a field representative in 1957.

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