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NEW YORK — Bob Dylan was here in spirit if not in person.

The world renowned folk singer’s legendary song “The Times They Are a-Changin’” became an anthem for the transformation-filled 1960s. The spirit of the song filled many of the sessions at CUNA’s America’s Credit Union Conference and Expo as attendees figured out ways to deal with the economic, political and technological changes the country is facing. CUNA said 1,600 people looking to learn to adapt to change attended the event, the most since its 1997 conference.

NCUA President/CEO Dan Mica said in his opening remarks that while it is important to value tradition, it is risky to spend too much time trying to preserve the past.

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