CU Day at Kansas Capitol: Slide Show
A group of 140 people from around the Sunflower State gathered in Topeka for the Kansas Credit Union Association’s Annual Day at the Capitol on Feb. 7.
The Kansas Senate and House of Representatives recognized 2012 as the International Year of Cooperatives during their sessions and Kansas credit unions were acknowledged for their role in the cooperative industry. The credit union staffers then met with lawmakers and each other to discuss the issues of the day.
KCUA President/CEO Marla Marsh and Kansas Treasurer Ron Estes. Kansas credit unions partner with Estes’ office to bring financial literacy programs like Money$mart camps to Kansas schools.
CUnexter Jaclyn Lawson, left, from Quest Credit Union, joins seasoned advocates and fellow Quest colleagues Vickie Hurt and Valerie Taylor, in meeting with State Rep. Kay Wolf, second from right, at the KCUA legislative reception.
The CUnext Young Professionals Council met with Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback during the annual Credit Union Day at the Capitol in Topeka on Feb. 7.