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Congratulations Graduates!

Our congratulations go out to the Class of 2019 and their parents! Preparing for college is an exciting time, but it can also be stressful…

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Student Loans – Frequent Asked Questions

Is it too late to apply for loans? No. You always want to apply for scholarships and grants first. Then make sure you take the…

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2019 Scholarship Recipients

  Pictured from left to right: Kelly Childress, CEO, Roy Johnston, Chairperson of the Board, Colin Boyd, Maggie Strawoet, and Tanner Althoff. Not pictured: Sydnee…

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Fayetteville Elementary Grocery Store Workshop 2019

Second-grade students at Fayetteville Elementary School participated in 1st Ed Credit Union’s Grocery Store Workshop on April 10. Two groups of 40 students learned about…

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Financial Education at the Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg & Shippensburg

Students at the Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg & Shippensburg learned about important financial topics on Thursday, February 21 from representatives from 1st Ed…

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Beat The Heat with Credit Union Student Choice

Is Your Tuition Bill Too Hot to Handle?

Temperatures are heating up, and the sun may not be the only thing making you sweat this summer. Are you worried about how you’ll pay…

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BOPiC Youth Leadership Reality Fair 2017

18 students (ages 14 – 18) who spent the last 6 weeks in BOPiC Inc.‘s Youth Leadership Training Program participated in a Financial Reality Fair…

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Avoid ID Theft at College

When a FREE T-Shirt Isn’t Really FREE You’ve seen them – the tents, tables, balloons, and freebies like pens and t-shirts lining the sidewalks of…

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What Kind of Saver Are You?

National Credit Union Youth Month 2017 from CUNA on Vimeo. Choose which kind of saver you are from the images below:  

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Teach Your Little Owls to Fly With Money Talks

The first step to teaching your kids about money is talking about money. “The most effective way to teach is by having frequent discussions and…

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