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Beth Whatley (right), assistant branch manager at the $350 million Credit Union of Georgia in Woodstock, Ga., along with other credit union employees, show off toilet paper donations intended for the Cherokee County Volunteer Aging Council. Whatley spearheaded the drive and it was more successful than anticipated, with 782 rolls of toilet paper being collected. The credit union first supported the Cherokee County Volunteer Aging Council this fall by sponsoring the nonprofit’s inaugural golf tournament that helped raise more than $21,000.

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