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As credit union leaders flock to Orlando to attend CUNA’s Future Forum, they’ll find this special CUNA Future Forum 112-page issue of Credit Union Times waiting for them. This issue is chock full of in-depth enterprise stories, special features and many other unique elements. The following guide is provided to help readers find what they want fast. Enjoy! * Babies, Babies, Babies!: Find out how some CUs are treating babies in the workplace. Page 19. * Orlando Uncovered: Orlando CU leaders reveal their favorite hot spots. Pages 30-31. * Kids’ Zone: See how facility firms are helping CUs cater to kids. Page 32. * Beyond the Job: Credit union leaders are quite the adventurers when they’re out of the office. Turn to page 38-39 for another edition of Beyond the Job. * Data Processing & Technology: Aside from the special Future Forum focus, there is also a special report on Data Processing & Technology. Pages 20-28. * People Count. People make this industry go. CUNA lobbyist John Magill and Landmark CU CEO Ron Kase are featured on pages 54 and 72 respectively. * Directing Directors. The popular From the Boardroom section aims to assist directors. Page 55. * Quite Opinionated. Look for opinions from CUNA CEO Dan Mica (page 16), attorney Michael Lozoff (page 17), CNBS’ Brian Smith-Vandergriff (page 68). Not to mention letters to the editor (pages 16 and 17) and Editor-in-Chief Paul Gentile’s column (page 14). * Stats, Stats and More Stats. This issue is overflowing with useful statistics. Pages 4, 10, 50, 76 and 88. * Meet Your CURIA Co-Sponsors: Does your state have a CURIA co-sponsor? Turn to pages 62-65 to find out. * Enterprising Aren’t We?: Find in-depth stories on marketing to minorities (page 34), how CUs are dealing with rising rates on the mortgage side (pages 46-47), how trades and regulators are preparing for disasters (pages 52-53), what makes a solid trust services program (page 60), and what makes trades step in to fight banker lawsuits (pages 78-79). * Going Global. We check in with CUs around the world on pages 82-83.

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