WASHINGTON-Most credit union organizations around the Washington, D.C.-area will not be hosting Sept. 11 memorial services on the second anniversary of the event that put two jet liners into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, one into the Pentagon in Alexandria, Va., and one crash landing in an open field in rural Pennsylvania. CUNA, headquartered in D.C., NAFCU, located in Arlington, Va., and NCUA, in Alexandria, will not be holding commemorative events at their organizations. NASCUS, in Arlington, does not have plans other than a mention during its annual conference this week. A Pentagon Federal Credit Union spokesperson said that the institution would participate in whatever activities the Department of Defense, which is housed in the Pentagon, has planned.

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