The staff and leadership of Neighbors Credit Union (St. Louis, Mo.) held a ribbon cutting ceremony to commence the opening of the new St. Peters office located at 4745 Mexico Road in St. Peters, Mo. on Wednesday, June 19, 2013, at 9 a.m. A cash ribbon totaling $500 was used to commemorate the ceremony. The credit union made the $500 donation to Friends In Serving Him (FISH). FISH of St. Charles County provides emergency assistance in the form of food, clothing, house wares and linens.
“We are proud to have moved into the St. Peters neighborhood,” says John Servos, president/CEO of Neighbors Credit Union. “We look forward to getting involved in the community and serving their needs for many years to come.”
On June 29, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Neighbors will hold a Grand Opening Celebration that is open to the public! Activities will include free child ID kits, document shredding, the Bubble Bus, a live radio remote with 93.7 the Bull (from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.), giveaways, drawings and refreshments. There will also be special promotions for the event.
The new office is the eighth location in the St. Louis area for Neighbors Credit Union and is part of the 5,000 national shared branch offices and over 30,000 CO-OP national free ATMs. This new office features drive-up facilities, a drive-up ATM, night drop, a free coin counter service for members, a teller line and a member service area. In addition, the credit union offers all the same services found at a bank, such as checking, online and mobile banking, lending, commercial services and more.
Pictured (top): Attendees gather around awaiting the ribbon to be cut.
Pictured (bottom): John Servos, Neighbors Credit Union President/CEO (left), presents a $500 donation to Mike Ricketts from FISH (right) along with the St. Peters Mayor Leonard B. "Len" Pagano (center) to conclude the ceremony.