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The $578 million Sb1 Federal Credit Union did its part during a neighborhood cleanup day at parks across Philadelphia on Nov. 16. Along with staff pitching in, the 31,800-member Sb1 sponsored pony rides for kids as part of the family friendly campaign’s effort at Marconi Park.

“Sprucing up our neighborhood parks is a great way to give back to a community that has invited us with open arms since we have opened up Sb1 membership to those who live, work, or go to school in Philadelphia.” said Diane Childs, Sb1’s vice president of marketing.

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