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Earlier this summer, the $168 million Holy Rosary Credit Union in Rochester, N.H., participated in the National Youth Involvement Board (NYIB) T-shirt design contest, placing fourth. The original design was created by the 18,000-member credit union’s Spaulding High School branch manager, Leah Esslinger-Sprowl, and then was adopted for use on T-shirts that were distributed to staff and are now being sold to raise money for a local charity. Showing off the shirts are, from left, Michelle Brown, teller operations manager; Nicole Huntress, assistant teller supervisor; and Elizabeth Green, Charlene Beaulieu, Jennifer Meyer and Christine Donnelly, all Rochester staff members. 

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