The $879 million Philadelphia Federal Credit Union has wrappedup its Back to Savings Art Contest in which the 111,200-member PFCUpartnered with private and public schools to help teach elementaryschool students the importance of starting to save money at a youngage. Hundreds of young artists submitted entries depicting how theysave money and thousands of Philadelphians voted for their favoriteentries on the credit union's Facebook page.

This year's winners received a surprise visit from PFCU'smascot, Moola Moola, and financial educator Dominique Jenkins, whopresented the winners with personal $100 savings accounts and theirclassrooms with $250 in brand new school supplies.

Below, Justin Dennis, a third-grader at St. Francisde Sales Catholic School in West Philadelphia receives hisaward.

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