Credit Card Program Update:
We have signed contracts for our Credit Card Program and have started the implementation process. At this time, we expect to be issuing cards in April 2014. The program will include a "Reward" feature where members can earn points for purchases on their card that can be redeemed for virtually anything. The card rates will follow a similar, tiered rate structure as our existing loans, meaning the better your credit score, the better your rate! Stay tuned to the newsletter and website for additional details!
Please join us in welcoming our new full time Credit Union staff members: Melissa Rieland and Michelle Lehner. Both Melissa & Michelle come to us with past financial institution experience and a wealth of other experiences in the business world. Their skills will be beneficial to the Credit Union as we continue our work to expand our product offerings. In addition we have also hired another part-time staff member: Matthew Hajostek. Matthew is a sophomore at St. John's University and majoring in accounting. They are all anxious to continue getting to know members and serve in any way they can. Stop by and say hello!
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The Collegeville Community Credit Union was founded in September of 1938 by a group of concerned members of the community. The Credit Union promotes thrift and assists members with their financial services needs. The Credit Union is a non-profit, member- owned cooperative. Members pool their financial assets to provide themselves loans and a wide variety of other financial services.
We are dedicated to the credit union motto: Not for profit, not for charity, but for service. "All accounts are federally insured for at least $250,000 by National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)."
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We also offer Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOC). Open a new HELOC and we will lock your interest rate at 5.00% for 3 years, plus we'll pay up to $250 of your closing cost for new HELOC loans of $10,000 or more. Any members that currently have a HELOC and borrow additional money can take advantage of this offer too!
Results of the Board of Director's Election:
Brad Opatz & Denis Hynes
It was a close one,
Congratulations to all!
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Higher than planned Holiday credit card bills? Need funds to pay your taxes? Car or household repairs?
Our Visa Gift Cards are FREE and are the perfect gift for a birthday, anniversaries, or an out-of-town student.
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Carmel Bread Pudding
by Marge Engelmeyer
6 Slices Day Old Bread, Torn
1 Cup Hot Water
1 Cup Brown Sugar
4 Eggs, Lightly Beaten
2 Cups Warm Milk
1/2 Cup Sugar
1/2 Tsp Cinnamon
1/8 Tsp Salt
1/2 Tsp Vanilla
1/2 Cup Raisins (optional)
Place torn Bread in a greased 2 quart baking dish. Combine Water and Brown Sugar and pour over Bread. Combine remaining ingredients and pour over Bread.
Bake at 350 degrees for 50 to 60 minutes. Test with a knife. It is finished baking if the knife comes out clean.
If using Raisins, put them directly over the torn Bread.
This dish is good with cream or ice cream and can be served either warm or cold.
Thank you for sharing your recipe, Marge.
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