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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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2019 Annual Meeting of the Membership

Our 81st annual meeting of the membership held on April 15, 2019, gathered members to learn about our community involvement, growth, and financials from 2018 and the goals for 2019. The 2019 scholarship recipients recognized for their activities and accomplishments throughout their high school careers that aided them each in receiving one of our $1,500...

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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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Waynesboro Area Senior High School 2019 Career Expo

A staff member from 1st Ed Credit Union presented to 4different groups of 10 -15 students at Waynesboro Area Senior High School for their Career Expo on Friday, February 15. The students chose their preferred career track to learn about the different opportunities in that field from people working in those jobs in the community....

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Financial Education at Waynesboro Area Senior High School

As part of the ongoing goal to increase financial education at local schools, a 1st Ed staff member recently presented information to seven classes of students as part of a Personal Finance and Business Course at the Waynesboro Area Senior High School.  The students were provided information on who needs to build good credit and...

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