McCoy FCU recognized for backpack contributions to area students
On June 13, Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart honored nearly 50 Florida businesses from around the state with the Commissioner’s Business Recognition Award. The award recognizes businesses for their extraordinary contributions to public education in Florida.
During the awards ceremony, Stewart highlighted McCoy Federal’s initiatives to help Lancaster’s students, parents, faculty, and staff.
In Orange County, McCoy Federal Credit Union contributed backpacks for every student at Lancaster Elementary School, and donated gifts for each member of 120 homeless families.
“I am pleased to present these businesses with the Commissioner’s Business Recognition Award in appreciation of their ongoing commitment to Florida’s students,” said Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart. “Strong partnerships between the education and business communities are essential to student success, and I hope more businesses will take advantage of this mutually-beneficial opportunity.”
The Commissioner’s Business Recognition Awards are administered by the Florida Department of Education and the Florida Education Foundation to encourage successful alliances within the business community and among local school districts for the benefit of Florida’s students.
Naheola CU celebrates anniversary with cool treats
Naheola Credit Union celebrated its 59 anniversary the week of June 22 with ice cream give-aways at its locations. Employees at each branch offered ice cream to members starting on June 19 in Pennington, AL, on June 20 in Demopolis, AL, and on June 21 in Butler, AL. Among many members and employees enjoying the treats were Tiffany McNeil, a teller at the Butler branch, and her son.
Chatahoochee FCU holds promotion to encourage summer vacation loans
Chattaoochee Federal Credit Union employees had vacation fever in promoting loans to help customers getaway dreams become reality. The stage was set with a festive summer scene in the branch.