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Register Now for the Backpacks for Kids Guest Program at this Year’s AC&E

Hundreds of individuals are already registered for the MCUL/CUSG 2018 Annual Convention & Exposition, that features a variety of activities for guests who join attendees at the event. In the spirit of "people helping people," one featured guest program is the Backpacks for Kid" activity on June 7. Attendees will hear about the success of this signature project executed by the Sunrise Rotary in Traverse City and help prepare backpacks for students in grades K-3 that will be delivered on behalf of Michigan's credit unions. Space is limited to 48 caring participants.

 

St. John’s Lutheran Elementary School Visits Public Service Credit Union

This month, 2nd graders from St. John’s Lutheran Elementary School in Waltz toured Public Service Credit Union. Students visited each department and staff taught them how their department helps run the credit union. This year, the 2nd grade is learning about currency in school so it was easy to create fun learning games with the many departments they visited. After an enjoyable morning, the staff and kids shared a pizza lunch together.

“Whenever possible, it is our mission to serve the many communities that support us,” said Dean Trudeau, Public Service Credit Union’s CEO. “This is just one small way that we can give back in keeping with the credit union philosophy of people helping people.”

 

New Leadership @ Eleven Series Limited to 16 Participants

Only 16 seats are available for the new Leadership @ Eleven series hosted by MCUL & Affiliates in collaboration with Canidae Clever Solutions and Eleven Performance Group. Geared for C-suite executives, the seven month program features individual assessments, coaching and brings cohorts together for meet-ups in Ann Arbor, Lansing and Mackinac Island. Enrollment is on a first-come basis until March 22.

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