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 April is Credit Union Youth Month! 


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Celebrate National Credit Union Youth Month this April to help promote lifelong healthy money habits. The theme for this year’s Youth Month is ““Be a credit union saver and your savings will never go extinct.”  We are encouraging our youngest members to learn common financial concepts kids should understand.



Youth Member Contests 


Youth Member Coloring Contest – Divided into two age categories (ages 0 – 5, ages 6 – 12 ),  youth members can download the Youth Month Coloring Page.  Color the page and ask your PARENT to take a photo with their phone and email to before 4-30-2021 for a chance to win a hatching dinosaur egg. Four winners in each age category will be randomly chosen.

Teen Challenge – Teen members ages 13 – 18 can attend our free webinar: Building Your First Budget on April 13 at 1:30 pm or 22 at 8:30 pm and you will be entered to win a dinosaur cellphone stand and $50 VISA gift card. Register here: 

Youth Member Savings Challenge – Make a deposit of $100 or more and you will be rewarded with a $10 gift card to Walmart, Target or Amazon.

National Youth Challenge – The Credit Union National Administration will randomly select a credit union youth member to receive a $100 prize. No deposit minimum is required – just make a deposit! Click here for rules.


FREE Financial Education Webinars


College Planning Webinar – Join us April 8th at 6pm for this free, educational event to learn more about the types of financial aid available, how to apply and what to expect during the process! Register here:

Building Your First Budget – The webinar is designed for a teen audience. A smart budget helps you cover your expenses and still buy some things you want. Find out how to make and maintain a budget based on your needs. 

Tuesday, April 13   1:30 – 2:30 pm  or Thursday, April 2     8:30 – 9:30 pm                Sign up here: 


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