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Altura CU

Jennifer Binkley, president/CEO at the $1.3 billion Altura Credit Union in Riverside, Calif., participates in an awards ceremony at Hemet’s West Valley High School, where she awarded eight scholarships to graduating seniors. Scholarships of $1,000 were awarded to 50 students this year to students graduating from Riverside County public and private high schools who plan to attend college in the fall. This year, 30 are general scholarships, five are for students in the AVID program and 10 scholarships are designated for students planning to attend the University of California, Riverside.


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