ST. LOUIS — State and local officials, including Wentzville Mayor Paul Lambi, and special guest Senator Scott Rupp participated in the grand opening of Vantage Credit Union’s Wentzville branch. Marissa Pulizzi, director of development of Youth In Need, accepted a donation of $500 from the ribbon cutting ceremony for their Wentzville Head Start/Early Head Start program. Youth In Need provides nurturing environments and educational opportunities so children, youth and families can find safety and hope while building positive futures. The facility features high-tech remote teller systems and Internet caf?s for adults and children, as well as more traditional conveniences such as drive-up tellers and a drive-up ATM, a secure night deposit box and a coin counter in the lobby.

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