CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — All in a day’s work, the $6 million Quaker Oats Credit Union, located on high ground and with four employees, “is really hopping today” with 13 staffers in its facility, nine of whom are from the flood-damaged Metco CU.

“And tonight the Quaker Oats board will have its regular meeting in the board room of Collins,” said Heather Lemke, Quaker loan officer detailing the make-shift relocations caused by the floods as Quaker directors giving up their meeting room to Metco convene at Collins Community CU, the city’s largest.

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