SAN ANTONIO -- For Security Service Federal Credit Union there is no better way to celebrate the opening of its Pleasanton service center than to give back to the community.
As part of the opening celebrations, Security Service donated $3,000 to the Atascosa 4-H Council to assist with the local 4-H Club scholarships and other program activities.
The new 2,000 square-foot service center features four teller stations, three member service offices and a soon to be installed drive-up ATM.
"The 4-H Club is a terrific organization that helps our youth develop strong leadership skills," said John Worthington, senior vice president for SSFCU. "We are pleased to be able to provide the Atascosa 4-H Council with this donation as we celebrate the opening of our newest service center in South Texas."