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SEATTLE — What started out as informal gatherings at nearby restaurants during CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conferences in the mid 1990s has come full circle for the African-American Credit Union Coalition.

The AACUC kicked off its 8th annual conference here Aug. 10-12 with more than XXX attendees to the Evergreen State. Nearly 50 new members joined the organization with 20 of them attending a pinning ceremony held Aug. 11. The coalition now has XXX members. Shirley Jenkins, AACUC co-chair of the conference committee and board member at Municipal Credit Union, emphasized the importance of bringing more young people to the AACUC and the movement.

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