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There was more friendly credit union “wagering” Friday on the Pittsburgh Steelers-Green Bay Packers Super Bowl. But staffer at the $470 million Pioneer CU of Green Bay declined to participate, taking pot shots “at those who have to endure living n Pittsburgh and so we don’t want to take their money.”

Both foundations of the Wisconsin and Pennsylvania CU leagues along with individual CUs in the two states-except Pioneer-have now joined in the Super Bowl “wagering” fun with hundreds in contributions directed to hospitals and local charities depending on which team wins.

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