Under the direction of Meriwest Credit Union and the Police Activities League, the Fun Time Cookie Company is ready for paying customers.

There are plenty of credit unions that offer financial programs for children, but the $1 billion Meriwest Credit Union in San Jose, Calif., found a way to literally have kids rolling in the dough.

This summer Dan Goldin, business banking officer at the 70,000-member credit union, brought the idea of the Fun Time Cookie Company to youngsters who participate in the Richmond, Calif. Police Activities League. Goldin said the kids gobbled up the idea of starting their own cookie company.

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