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MEMBERS1st hosting winter clothing drive

November 17, 2017
Traer Star-Clipper

MEMBERS1st Community Credit Union is hosting a Winter Clothing Drive now through December 15, 2017 to benefit local elementary and middle school children.

The entire community is invited to bring gently used or new coats, hats and gloves to the MEMBERS1st branch in Traer at 600 2nd St. MEMBERS1st will donate items collected to local elementary and middle schools to distribute to students in need.

Monetary donations are also welcome. Members are welcome to stop in or call us at (800) 245-6199 to transfer funds. Cash & check donations can be accepted from anyone - simply stop in to the Traer branch with your donation. Checks can also be mailed to our Main branch in Marshalltown:

MEMBERS1stCCU

Attn: Winter Clothing Drive

910 South 12th Avenue

PO Box 777

Marshalltown, IA 50158

All contributors will receive a donation receipt for tax purposes.

"We are doing this as a service to the communities where we live and work," said Janet Borer, CEO of MEMBERS1stCommunity Credit Union. "We invite the entire community to support this effort by making donations, whether or not they are members of our credit union."

MEMBERS1st Community Credit Union is an Iowa-based not-for-profit financial cooperative with an asset size of $160 Million and serving more than 18,000 members and growing. As a financial cooperative, after operating expenses and reserve requirements have been met, any earnings are returned to members in the form of higher dividends, lower loan rates and investment in new financial services. MEMBERS1st serves anyone who lives in, attends school, worships, or works for any entity in Marshall, Story or Boone Counties and the contiguous Counties of Tama, Grundy, Hardin, Hamilton, Webster, Greene, Dallas, Polk, Jasper and Poweshiek. MEMBERS1st Community Credit Union has seven Iowa branch locations in Ames, Boone, Eldora, Iowa Falls, Marshalltown and Traer.

 
 

 

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