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The Association of Vermont Credit Unions is sharing timely information on how CUs can improve how they offer financial advice and counseling to victims of natural disasters such as the Joplin, Mo., tornado this week.

“We’ve had our own flooding disaster on Lake Champlain this spring and so we’re glad we can pass along something that was given to us,” said John Cote, director of information services, referring to a co-op webinar being conducted June 7 by the Extension Services of the University of Minnesota and North Dakota State University.

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