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Alpena Alcona Area Credit Union Donates to Alzheimer's Association Greater Michigan Chapter

Through the hard work and dedication of its employees and the generosity of its membership, Alpena Alcona Area Credit Union raised more than $500 in monetary donations for The Alzheimer’s Association—Greater Michigan Chapter

The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Michigan Chapter serves 60 counties and more than 140,000 individuals and their families living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia in Michigan. They are the leading voluntary health organization in care, support and research with a vision of a world without Alzheimer’s disease.

Along with member donations, Lincoln Branch team members sold candy bars, held raffles and donated $2 to dress down on Fridays to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Michigan Chapter.

Honor CU Foundation Presents Donations to VA Medical Center, Cereal City Chief’s Council

The Honor Credit Union Foundation hosted the Battle Creek VA Medical Center Volunteer Services and Cereal City Chief’s Council on July 21 at Honor’s Helmer Branch to present them both with donations.

Each organization received $3,500 from the proceeds of Adele’s Alive Day Run that took place in May of this year

“The inspiration that we all felt during Adele’s Alive Day Run has stuck,” commented Liz Amundson, Honor CU Battle Creek branch manager. “Being able to present much needed funds to two extremely deserving local organizations really drove home the reason behind Adele’s run.”

Adele Garcia is Honor’s Allegan and Plainwell Branch Manager, who ran 40 miles over the course of 12 hours on May 25. On that day 13 years ago she was critically wounded while serving in the United States Army in Iraq. Her goal was to raise awareness for other veterans dealing with injuries. With the full support of the Honor Credit Union, Adele raised more than $13,500! Half of the money raised went to Honor Foundation’s scholarship fund and the other half was split between the VA Medical Center and Cereal City Chief’s Council.

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2017-07-31 00:00:00