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Jan
02

 

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Credit Union Mergers in Southwest Missouri

Dec
28

The southwest region of Missouri experienced two credit union mergers in 2012. Greater Ozarks Community merged into BluCurrent Credit Union (Springfield) in August. This expands BluCurrent’s network to six branches across southwest Missouri, serving nearly 20,000 members and $140 million in assets.  

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St. Louis Chapter 2013 Kick-Off Breakfast

Dec
26

The St. Louis Chapter of Credit Unions has scheduled its 2013 Kick-Off Breakfast, sponsored by Missouri Corporate Credit Union.  The event is recommended for CEOs, Managers and other key decisions makers within your credit union.  Credit union vendors are also welcome to attend.  Event speakers include:

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Alliance: No Power, No Problem

Dec
21

Amid high winds and wintry weather, dozens of businesses - including credit unions - lost power on December 20. Alliance Credit Union lost power around 3:30 p.m., but employees found creative ways to deliver excellent member service despite the loss of electricity. Using the light from a lantern, Vice President of Lending Sean Chambers met with a member who needed a loan funded by 8 a.m. the following morning.

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Mazuma Holds Interview Fair

Dec
19

Mazuma Credit Union (Kansas City) experienced unique success in its search for new job candidates that will not only bring the right talents and skills to the workplace, but also a desire to bring a can-do spirit to a credit union culture of fun, teamwork and positive attitudes.

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CUAid Update: Donations Still Needed for Sandy Relief

Dec
18

Over a month after Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast, the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) is encouraging additional support from the credit union community to continue to assist credit union people affected by the disaster.  Since October 31, NCUF has raised and distributed over $260,000 to credit union employees, volunteers, and members, but there are still numerous applications for assistance remaining.

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American Eagle Donates to Local Food Pantry

Dec
14

American Eagle Credit Union (AECU), a division of Anheuser-Busch Employees' Credit Union, recently sponsored a Coffee with the Chief through the Arnold Chamber of Commerce on November 27.  At the event, AECU made a $250 donation to the Arnold Food Pantry, and chamber members were encouraged to bring items to donate.

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CSD Holds Bake Sale for Toys for Tots

Dec
14

CSD Credit Union (CSDCU) (Kansas City, MO) staff held a bake sale on December 12, 2012 for their members.  There was a wonderful assortment of holiday baked goods for sale.  The credit union raised almost $80 that was used to purchase gifts to fill their Toys for Tots box.

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Kansas City Chapter Bowl-A-Thon for Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity

Dec
11

Mark your calendars for February 13, 2013 and help Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity.  Their mission is to provide safe, decent, affordable housing to families in need of a hand-up rather than a hand-out.  Truman Heritage Habitat is only able to fulfill their mission to eliminate poverty housing and transform lives through community partnerships.  So sign up to bowl, have a fun time and raise money for a worthy cause.

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ABECU and AECU Raise Money for Food Pantries

Dec
05

Anheuser-Busch Employees’ Credit Union (St. Louis) and American Eagle Credit Union (St. Louis) raised $3,000 for three local food pantries within the St. Louis community. Over the past month, employees donated by buying raffle tickets for the chance to shave the head of VPs, who volunteered to give their locks to a great cause, and a chance to win a paid day off, among others.

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