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Southern Chautauqua FCU President/CEO John Felton, left, and Candy White, Kid’s CU coordinator, talks to a group of local schoolchildren about the credit union’s savings program for them.

The $58 million, 11,052-member Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union in Lakewood, N.Y., has significantly expanded its Kid’s Credit Union program at community schools in the past year.

The program helps students save money, including an end goal to graduate from high school with more than $10,000 in their credit union accounts.

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