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NEW YORK — Executives with the $1 billion Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union have said that once they managed to settle the several long-standing lawsuits preoccupying the credit union they would spend some of the money they previously directed toward legal fees on their members instead.

On Oct. 19, the CU began making good on that promise by offering 180 high school aged CU members and their parents a map to a good education with the first “Polish Day” at Columbia University. During the event, different leaders and professors from the university briefed students and their parents on what they needed to do to prepare themselves for higher education.

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