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SAYREVILLE, N.J. -Raritan Bay Federal Credit Union, along with the New Jersey Credit Union League has helped raise the financial IQ of students at South Amboy Middle and High School. To kickoff National Credit Union Youth Week, NJCUL Vice President Mary Moulds stressed the importance of financial literacy through games and an open discussion. In addition, Raritan Bay FCU talked up the benefits of credit union membership. Students were encouraged to take advantage of the student run branch the Lighthouse, which operates within the high school, two days a week.

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