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First Capital FCU

Tara Houser (left), vice president of marketing and Lisa Barshinger (right), community engagement officer at the $197 million First Capital Federal Credit Union in York, Penn., present a check for $475 to Jennifer Hitz (center) from Leg Up Farm and Gannon, and a Leg Up Farm student. The money was raised through First Cap Gives Back program. The credit union selected four charities to support, one per quarter, and Leg Up Farm was chosen as the fourth quarter charity. To raise money, staff sold soft pretzels to members at all branches. Employees also paid $5 to wear jeans on a specific day.

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