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In addition to their job responsibilities, Advia Credit Union employees delivered more than 600 toys to six Salvation Army sites. The toys were donated by members and employees through Angel Trees located in the lobbies of the Kalamazoo, Mich.-based credit union’s 24 branches in Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois.

More than 60 Advia employees volunteered more than 300 hours at Salvation Army Toy Towns, bagging and stocking toys and helping parents choose just the right bike, game, doll or Star Wars Legos set.  “We have been helping out at the Salvation Army for the past week or so,” Teller Kristi Heacock said. “I just like giving back.” Breanne Miller, a member services specialist, agreed.

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