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A team from the $363 million Securityplus Federal Credit Union spent a day sanding and painting floors, among other tasks, at a Habitat for Humanity project in Baltimore. “We worked side by side with the future homeowners who provide ‘sweat-equity’ to purchase the home,” said the credit union’s CEO, Brett Noll. “What better way to make a positive difference in our local community than by building a home for a family in need?” From left, team members Sharon James, Michelle Evans, Habitat’s Charlotte Rogers and the credit union’s Mark Ely on the job.

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