First Financial Credit Union sponsored a local math tournament for the third year in a row. The Lutherville, Md.-based CU contributed $1,400 to the event.
1st Ed Credit Union of Chambersburg, Pa., hedged its members against identity theft by hosting a community shred day.
A member of Alpena Alcona Area Credit Union won $5,000 through its Save to Win program. The program is designed to help Alpena, Mich.-based CU members of low-to-moderate income and encourages them to save by incentivizing $25 to $5000 prizes for every $25 deposited in a Save to Win account. As recently reported, prize-linked savings accounts like this are an increasingly popular way for credit unions to attract deposits.
Wyomissing, Pa.-based Discovery Federal Credit Union named the winner of its $1,000 CU Student Choice Scholarship.
MoneyStrong scholarship winners
Lowell, Mass.-based Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union announced 22 recipients of its 19th annual MoneyStrong College Scholarship.
Say aloha to reading
Hawaii State Federal Credit Union issued a $33,333 check to a local library during the 72nd annual Friends of the Library of Hawaii Booksale preview night. The preview night was held for members of the Honolulu, Hawaii-based institution.
Two $5,000 scholarships were presented to high school seniors by the United Heritage Community Scholarship Committee. The charity is an arm of the Austin, Texas-based United Heritage Credit Union.
Make-A-Wish New Hampshire received a record $210,000 donation from the New Hampshire Credit Unions, which exceeded the group's annual donation goal by $25,000.
Ready to lead
Six employees from Georgia credit unions graduated from the Southeast CUNA Management School, a three-year program that prepares students to lead the CU industry.
Pursuing higher ed
Prince George's Community Credit Union congratulated its recipients of the Bowie, Md.-based CU's scholarship contest. Two winners each received a $1,000 scholarship to pursue higher education.