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Fraud Alerts & Scams

For the most up to date list of scam alerts from the FTC visit www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/scam-alerts. July 29, 2019 – Capital One Data Breach Capital One Financial Corporation announced that on July 19, 2019, it determined there was unauthorized access by an outside individual who obtained certain types of personal information relating to people who had...

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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 Loy. The following students have been selected to receive one of our $1500.00 scholarships to continue their education and help achieve their career goals. Tanner Althoff will be graduating from...

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1st Ed’s Scholarship Program

Thank you for your interest in 1st Ed Credit Union’s Scholarship Program which gives four $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors that are seeking higher education.   Our 2020 scholarship application packets will be available in December! You are eligible to apply if: You are a member of 1st Ed Credit Union*. See our eligibility list. You are currently...

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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 credit unions, money identification, and budgeting before they were given $10 to shop for breakfast items from our “grocery store”. Once the students chose their items, they had to figure...

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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 Credit Union and uFinancial Group. The elementary age students talked about what they were saving for which was anything from college to a PS4, learned about spending and saving through...

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