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It’s the season for helping, in this case, through an “angel tree” the $92 million Pinal County Federal Credit Union has set up at its office in Casa Grande, Ariz. Proceeds go to a local organization – Against Abuse Inc. – that helps abused women and children get to a safe place and then get back on their feet. Shown here, from left, are Sonia Cortez, Against Abuse Inc. children’s counselor; Holly Valdez, Against Abuse Inc. youth advocate; Alice Wilcox, PCFCU president/CEO; Stephanie Cave, PCFCU business development representative; and Estella Villarreal, PCFCU Casa Grande branch manager.

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