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PORTSMOUTH, N.H. – High heating costs, bad weather early in the season and press coverage about the crunch contributed to Service Credit Union funding 37 Community Emergency loans this past winter, said Karen Benedetti, Vice President, Marketing. The $1 billion Service has been offering the loan since November 2003, but up until this fall, had only funded 29 loans total the first two years.

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