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What's Happening:

Ready to 'Hoop' It Up for a cause?

Registration is now open for the 21st Annual Swish-Out Childhood Cancer Challenge, happening on Sunday, February 8, at USM in Gorham.  It's Maine's longest, continuous-running, 3-on-3, co-ed, benefit basketball tournament.  Three adult divisions and a middle school division.  Register now.  Limited sponsorship opportunities for any budget remain available.  Click here for registration and sponsorship information.


What A Deal!

Thanks to Our Tickets & Tours, you can be part of the fun and help support CULAC at the CU At The River Day on Sunday, February 8, 2015, at Sunday River in Bethel.  For only $65 per ticket, you get an all-day lift ticket PLUS lunch at the Shipyard Brew Haus Pub at Sunday River (combined, this is approximately a $105 value).  Reserve your ticket(s) by emailing here.  Hurry, to reserve your tickets before they are gone!

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Maine's credit unions are proud members of the Maine Council For Elder Abuse Prevention. We support efforts to prevent elder financial exploitation and other elder abuse in Maine. You can help! Download a brochure that identifies the warning signs and contact information if you suspect someone is a victim of elder abuse.


In the News:

Maine CU Proves Once Again, Credit Union Membership 'Pays'

For the tenth consecutive year, Otis FCU in Jay, demonstrated one example of the cooperative difference between credit unions and other financial institutions by returning nearly $450,000 in interest refunds and bonus dividends to its more than 10,000 members.

Annual Swish-Out, Coordinated By Maine's Credit Unions, Seeking Adult, Middle School Teams

Registration for teams is now underway for Maine’s longest, continuous-running, 3-on-3 benefit basketball tournament. The 21st Annual Swish-Out and Junior Swish-Out Childhood Cancer Challenge will take place on Sunday, February 8, 2015, at USM in Gorham. Coordinated by Maine’s credit unions, teams of businesses, friends and family, and or any other connection are once again being sought and encouraged to participate in the event which benefits the Maine Children’s Cancer Program.

Legislature Officially Begins With Solid CU Representation

With January's arrival, the First Session of the 127th Maine Legislature officially gets underway. All of the Committee assignments have been finalized and leaders have been selected. For Maine's credit unions, seven legislators have direct connections to credit unions including five credit union volunteers and one employee.