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HERNDON, Va. – Noting that for the past 15 years identity theft has topped the FTC’s list of consumer complaints, Northwest Federal Credit Union took a step to fight cybercrime with its annual Shred Day.

HEMET, Calif.– Six graduating seniors from Hemet and San Jacinto area high schools were recently honored as “Students of the Year” through a program sponsored by Altura Credit Union in conjunction with the San Jacinto and the Hemet/San Jacinto Valley Chambers of Commerce.

BOULDER, Colo.-Elevations Credit Union has promoted Kim Felton to Senior Vice President of Retail Banking and Gary Kindle to Senior Vice President of Operations. Meanwhile, Elevations Credit Union had 40 BolderBusiness CHALLENGE participants at the 2015 BolderBOULDER.

ROCHESTER, N.H. – Holy Rosary Credit Union (HRCU) awarded 11 local high school graduates with scholarships for post-secondary education expenses. 

WALL, N.J.–First Financial FCU  held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of its newest branch at 389 Route 9 North in Freehold, N.J., and, separately, has held a first-ever LIFE Fair.

KALAMAZOO, Mich.—  Educational Community Credit Union (ECCU) held a reception in recognition of 21 outstanding students who received $24,000 in scholarships

JACKSON, Mich. – Michigan Community Credit Union announced that its 2015 College Scholarships have been awarded to Hadleigh Buchler of Northwest High School, Maggie Belcher of Springport High School, James Darby and Jennifer Holubowicz, both of Michigan Center High School, and Zachary Schossau, homeschooled.