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.
CU experts believe by simply removing requirements won’t convince credit unions to get into the payday lending business,
This week’s items include a donation to an animal shelter, a toy drive and a teddy bear donation to cheer up needy children.
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