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Annual Meeting Raffle

Keurig Coffee Maker Prize Pack

Winner will be selected at the 55th Annual Meeting Saturday, April 12, 2014.

Prize includes r. The Prize Pack includes the coffee maker, travel mugs, and a $50 gift certificate to Green Mountain Coffee, where the winner can choose from over 250 k-cup beverage varieties. Tickets are $1 each, or 6 tickets for $5. All proceeds go to the credit union’s scholarship fund.

Join us as we celebrate the Credit Union’s 55th Anniversary
at our Annual Meeting & Dinner.

This year’s celebration will feature a western theme to pay homage to 1959 TV pop culture top shows including “Gunsmoke”, “Wagon Trail”, “Rawhide”, and many others!

The evening will feature the brown bag prize raffles, lucky bucks, and new this year a “Cash & Candy” prize pull.

55th Annual Meeting & Dinner

Saturday, April 12th, 2014
5-10 pm – Drumlins Country Club (Food by Pasqual’s)
Adults $9 Children - $5
Non Member Adult $15 Non Member Children - $12


Six Community Outreach Grants

CORE Federal Credit Union recently awarded six community outreach grants to local organizations. In honor of the one year anniversary of opening its new Morrisville Office, and as a way to thank the community for their support during its first year in the area, CORE sponsored a community grant program for not-for-profit organizations serving southern and central Madison County.

“We have been thrilled with the warm welcome and level of support we have received at our new office from the residents of central and southern Madison County,” said CORE CEO Bill Sweeney.  “As a not-for-profit financial cooperative ourselves, we always look for ways to give back to other organizations in the communities that we serve.”

CORE received more than $25,000 in donation request from various groups and organizations in Madison County.  “While it was a difficult decision and we wish we could have funded them all,” said Sweeney “we were very pleased with the number and quality of proposals that were submitted.”

CORE Federal Credit Union awarded grants to Caz Cares, Community Action Partnership for Madison County, Madison County Office for the Aging, Give Us This Day Food Pantry, Morrisville Fire Department, and Morrisville Community Church Presbyterian Woman’s Clothes Basket.


CORE Federal Credit Union’s  Marilyn Hazzard helps a student with a credit “reality check”

Teen Reality Check
CORE Federal Credit Union in partnership with ESM’s DECA program hosted a student “reality check” program. The event was attended by more than 200 ESM students.

Students interacted with area professionals on topics vital to teens like automotive, budgeting and account handling, college and career, credit, discretionary spending, health and wellness, insurance, keeping your money safe, legal issues, and savings and investing.

Woodland Elementary School Kindergartener “Breaks the Bank”

Break the Bank
We have all heard the expression “Don’t Break the Bank” especially in the current economy, but CORE FCU bank at school contest winners have recently had the chance to do just that!

Student winners have 60 seconds to show their classmates what a good saver they are by depositing over-sized coins into a giant piggy bank. The coins are minted with ESM School Superintendent Donna DeSiato’s face (DeSiato Dimes) and CORE Federal Credit Union CEO Bill Sweeney’s face (Sweeney Cents). For each coin the student deposits, they will get to smash a small piggy bank filled with cash.  Bank at school student winners get to keep all of the cash from the piggy banks they smash and have the funds deposited to his CORE savings account.

“Break the Bank” is sponsored by CORE Federal Credit Union as an incentive to encourage students to save consistently.  Over the past few years, the school district and credit union have collaborated on a variety of financial literacy programs to help encourage good savings habits and increase student financial literacy, including a high school student run credit union, a district-wide bank at school program, and student facilitated adult education seminars. 


 
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