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Future Forum In San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO-CUNA will host its Future Forum this week here in the City by the Bay. The meeting has grown in popularity since being reformatted and going with a new name (it was originally CUNA's Annual General Meeting) and is expected to draw more than 1,000 people. The Credit Union Journal will provide full coverage.

'Reach For More' Meeting Set

FERNDALE, Mich.-The CUES Michigan Council will host the 14th Annual "Reach for More" conference here Oct. 13-14 in Lansing. This year's event will be targeted towards both marketers and business development professionals alike, sponsors said. A dinner and motivational speaker, Mark "Enthusi" Adams, is scheduled, as well as sessions on markting and business development. Cost is $199 for CUES members and $219 for non-CUES members and includes dinner on Thursday evening, as well as continental breakfast, and lunch on Friday. For info: Janet Thompson at 248-584-5079.

DSFCU Sets Lending Records

PHOENIX-Desert Schools FCU said it has made more than $1 billion in loans during the first seven months of 2005, ranging from home loans to business lending. The $2.4-billion CU attributed the growth to the booming local housing market, a diverse portfolio of new lending products, and indirect lending to 200-plus auto and motorcycle dealers. During August alone DSFCU loaned more than $212 million.

Texans Walk of Fame To Enshrine 5

DALLAS-Pizza Hut Park has announced the first five people who will be enshrined in the inaugural Texans Credit Union Walk of Fame: Gordon Jago, Bill Kinder, Carla Overbeck, Kyle Rote, Jr., and Tatu. The Texans Credit Union Walk of Fame is located just north of the stadium and spans approximately 1,400 linear feet. Other markers will be installed each year. (c) 2005 The Credit Union Journal and SourceMedia, Inc. All Rights Reserved. http://www.cujournal.com http://www.sourcemedia.com

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