Damaged beach houses stand surrounded by debris after Hurricane Michael hit in Mexico Beach, Florida, U.S., on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. Photographer: Zack Wittman/Bloomberg

The League of Southeastern Credit Unions is working with other credit unions to deliver portable generators and other supplies and resources to credit unions that are unable to service their members primarily because of widespread power outages caused by Hurricane Michael.

Even though cell phone coverage continues to be sporadic and spotty along the Panhandle’s areas hardest hit by the hurricane, the league managed to contact Friday morning with Panama City-based Bay Credit Union CEO Bob Little and CFO Bill Collins.

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