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Students at Nasonville Elementary line up to visit their new, student-run branch of Central City Credit Union at their school. The branch of the $179 million Marshfield, Wis., credit union opened this school  year and once a week the students can bring in deposits  and take part in learning the value of savings. The 22,000-member credit union has won two straight Desjardins Awards for Youth Financial Education and recently was awarded a $12,240 grant from the National Credit Union Foundation that will enable  Central City to more than double its financial education efforts. 

Peter Westerman

Credit Union Times

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