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HARAHAN, LA – The Louisiana Credit Union League staff, with the exception of a few members who are wrapping up work in Baton Rouge this week, moved back into its “pre-Katrina” offices in this New Orleans suburb on Monday, Nov. 28. LCUL has been operating out of a satellite office at Bayou Federal Credit Union in Baton Rouge since shortly after Hurricane Katrina hit on Aug. 29. “We’d like to express our thanks to Rhonda Linzy and her staff at Bayou Federal Credit Union for hosting us these last few months,” said LCUL president/CEO Anne Cochran.

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