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CEO of Halifax Community FCU Announces Retirement

William E. Coleman, President & Chief Executive Officer of Tri - County Community Action Agency as well as
the Halifax County Community Federal Credit Union announced his planned retirement earlier this year. Mr.
Coleman is the founder and organizer of the Halifax County Community Federal Credit Union and his career
with the Community Action Agency spans over forty years. Tentatively, the effective date of his retirement
is July 1, 2009. An Executive Search Committee has been named to recruit, screen, and interview qualified ...keep reading

Goodyear-Danville Family CU Celebrates 30th Anniversary!

On Saturday, March 21, 2009 the members of Goodyear-Danville Family Credit Union celebrated their credit union's 30th Anniversary!  The meeting was held at the Riveroak Church of God Fellowship Hall.  It was a near-record turnout with 139 members and guests in attendance.  Members elected board members and also got to take home ...keep reading

Credit Union vs. Bank Videos

Here are a few very funny videos about the difference between credit unions and banks. They're oddly similar to the Mac vs. PC ads of 2008.

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Vriginia CU League 75th Annual Meeting

Date and Time: 
05/07/2009 (All day) - 05/09/2009 (All day)

Make plans to attend the 75th Annual Meeting of the Virginia Credit Union League in Reston Virginia on May 7-9 2009.
Your Community Involvement Committee is in the process of having an exciting event planned for each of you. Such things as a Diamond Gala and Silent Auction are planned. More info coming in January.

Happy Holidays,
-Ben Gravely, MDCU

Working Together

Last night the Piedmont Chapter of Credit Unions got together.  This group is made up of volunteers, members, and employees from different credit unions across southern Virginia.  It was fitting to meet on International Credit Union Day.  Don Graham from the Virginia Credit Union League talked about how credit unions have grown over the years all over the world and how they come to each others aid in times of need. He shared reports of how this was lived out just last month by Texas credit unions in the wake of Hurricane Ike. ...keep reading

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