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Author: Ronna Idzenga


Budget-Friendly Summer Activities

When the weather is nice, it’s sometimes hard to stick to your budget – there’s just so much to do! Big family vacations can be memorable, but they can also cost a lot of money. Here are 51 budget-friendly summer activities for individuals and families that are big fun but cost little money: Make some […]

Posted by Ronna Idzenga in Financial Fitness Center.


Savings Goals & Strategies

Would you call yourself a savvy saver? Or do you struggle to put away for a rainy day? It’s possible you may just need some structure to guide your saving strategies. Read on for some ideas for how to get started formulating your savings plan.   Pay yourself first, and automate your savings To “pay […]

Posted by Ronna Idzenga in Financial Fitness Center.


What is “The Credit Union Difference?”

Many things set us apart from banks and predatory alternative financial services. A credit union’s primary purpose is meeting our member’s needs above all else. We’re about people – people over profits! Credit Unions are financial cooperatives Cooperatives are based on the values of self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity, and solidarity. Credit unions are financial […]

Posted by Ronna Idzenga in Financial Fitness Center.


The Cooperative Principles and What We Stand For

Credit Unions are not “just another financial institution”. The operating groundwork of credit unions is guided by a list of essential cooperative principles. The origin of the cooperative principles can be traced back to the modern cooperative founded in 1844 by a group of weavers in Rochdale, England coming together to solve a pressing community […]

Posted by Ronna Idzenga in Financial Fitness Center.


April is Credit Union Youth Month

Credit Union Youth Month – Save Small. Dream Big! During the month of April, Credit Unions across the country are celebrating National Credit Union Youth Month by encouraging kids to develop healthy financial habits! Teaching children how to manage their own money is a valuable life skill. The earlier youngsters begin learning financial education and […]

Posted by Ronna Idzenga in Financial Fitness Center.


School Success Backpack Donation Program

You can help our youth member community, ensuring they have a successful school year by donating cash or new school supplies!

Posted by Ronna Idzenga in Uncategorized.

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