Volunteers from the $433 million Honor Credit Union in St. Joseph, Mich., had some fun for a good cause on March 19 by participating in Reading Day of Action, a Reading Month event sponsored by the United Way of Southwest Michigan.
“Going back to our roots as an educational credit union, we love to participate in events that help our local schools,” said, Patrick Swem, assistant branch manager in Stevensville for the 39,300-member Honor CU.
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Charlotte Smith, communications and public relations manager, and Jeff Pisarsky, director of marketing, read “The Giving Tree" and "Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus” to this group of pre-K students at Sylvester Elementary in Berrien Springs.
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Charlotte Smith, communications and public relations manager, reading “Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus”.
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Honor CEO Scott McFarland reading to first-graders at Trinity Lutheran School in Berrien Springs.