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Leominster Credit Union Donates to Fathering Fathers, Inc.

Leominster Credit Union (LCU) presented a check for $5,000 to Fathering Fathers, Inc., a non-profit mentoring organization, dedicated to raising up healthy, confident, and well-prepared young men. The lion’s share of this donation will go to help jump start a girl’s mentoring program based out of Clinton Middle School and Tahanto Regional, in Clinton and Boylston, Massachusetts respectively.

“We are deeply grateful for the contribution that this gift provides to develop and implement our programs. We are confident the young men and women in our mentoring groups will directly benefit from this donation and their lives will be impacted in a tangible, positive way. Our desire for this program is that the students we mentor will grow up better equipped to navigate the challenging world we live in. That goal is much closer thanks to the generosity of Leominster Credit Union,” stated Nate Rollins, Chairman of the Board of Fathering Fathers.

“We are proud to contribute to the Fathering Fathers organization in order to help the mentors and volunteers involved in the program to better support, educate and provide leadership and resources for the youth in our community. We feel that this is a very important initiative and will make a great difference in the lives of everyone involved,” stated Barbara Mahoney, President and CEO, Leominster Credit Union.

For more details on Fathering Fathers, Inc., how to become a mentor or mentee, or to donate to the program, please visit www.fatheringfathers.com.

Mask Update from LCU: August 4, 2021

Dear Members,

In response to the growing number of COVID-19 cases mainly due to the Delta Variant, both the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the State of Massachusetts have revised their guidance regarding masks.  This is being done to maximize individuals’ protection and to help prevent the spread of the virus to others.   The CDC now recommends all individuals – both fully vaccinated and unvaccinated to wear masks indoors in geographic locations where there is substantial community spread. Worcester County is now categorized as having a substantial transmission rate.  As of July 30th, the State is advising fully vaccinated individuals to wear a mask indoors if they have a weakened immune system or are at an increased risk due to an underlying medical condition or age.  As the health and safety of our members and employees remains our number one priority, Leominster Credit Union strongly encourages members and employees to follow this new guidance, especially when you are not able to socially distance.   

We always welcome you into our branches, but please remember that we also offer 24/7 Online and Mobile Banking, Automated Telephone Banking (MEL) and ATMs. You can utilize online banking and the LCU Mobile App to check balances, make payments, transfer funds, or deposit checks. If you haven’t enrolled in Online and Mobile Banking, we encourage you to do so. Please call our Member Service Center at 800-649-4646 who will be happy to assist with the enrollment process.

We ask that everyone, vaccinated or unvaccinated to remember to be kind, patient and respectful as we continue to navigate through the unknown.  We will continue to do our part to keep both our members and employees safe and we thank you for your continued loyalty.

Leominster Credit Union

Leominster Credit Union partners with Campus Bound to Benefit Leominster High

Leominster Credit Union (LCU) presented a check for $5,000 to the Campus Bound Program to benefit Leominster High School (LHS) students. Campus Bound is a team of experienced and passionate college counseling professionals working in conjunction with the Leominster High School Guidance Department, who together are dedicated to helping students successfully navigate the road to college. Leominster Credit Union is passionate about assisting students with financial literacy and helping to meet their college goals.

“As a community based financial institution, we look for opportunities to engage and partner with organizations who offer products and services to the communities we serve. Campus Bound offers a much-needed comprehensive solution, given the rising costs associated with attending college. As a sponsor to this program, we are assisting local students with the opportunity to access resources to help them navigate and attain entry to great schools, find solutions to reduce college expenses and minimize debt,” said Barbara Mahoney, President & CEO, Leominster Credit Union.

Campus Bound is committed to helping students of all achievement levels create strong applications and discover their best-fit schools. Counselors collaborate frequently, ensuring that all of the students receive the most up-to-date information and make the best decisions as they navigate the college search, application, and decision process.

“It has been a pleasure helping the LHS community as they work to navigate the financial challenges that a college education presents. The engagement of the students and parents has been amazing. LCU’s sponsorship has resulted in students having a lower cost of college and increased opportunities,” stated Gregg Cohen, President of Campus Bound.

“Leominster High School is ecstatic to partner with Campus Bound to provide our students an opportunity to get a true understanding of the financial aspect of a college education. The commitment that Campus Bound and Leominster Credit Union shows to this community make this program a valued part of our college search process,” said Steven Dubzinski, Leominster High School Principal.

 

LCU Campus Bound Donation photo

[Pictured L to R: Barbara Mahoney, President & CEO, LCU; Gregg Cohen, President, Campus Bound; Steven Dubzinski, Principal, Leominster High School; Brian Gardiner, Campus Bound; Brittany Haley, High School Branch Manager and Financial Education Manager, LCU and Katie Najjar, SVP, Retail, LCU.]

Update: Clinton Parking lot

The Clinton Branch parking lot resurfacing project is nearly completed.  We would like to thank our members and visitors for their patience and understanding during this construction.  A few new photos of the parking lot are attached.

2021 Scholarship Program

Leominster Credit Union, and the Cooperative Credit Union Association, Inc., would like to congratulate all of the scholarship participants. We wish the class of 2021 much success and may your career path be paved with all the best life has to offer. Click here to see this year’s recipients.

Clinton Branch Parking Lot Construction – Update

Update – June 7, 2021:  On Tuesday, June 8, 2021 the drive-up will be closed while the resurfacing of this section of the parking lot is completed.  Access to the branch and inside ATM will be available.  Thank you for your patience and understanding during this project. We will make every attempt to minimize any inconvenience.


Beginning Monday, May 24, 2021 the parking lot at our Clinton Branch, and including Apple Country Market, will begin the process of resurfacing the parking lot. During the construction there may be a need to enter the branch through a different entrance and the drive-up may be inaccessible temporarily. Please refer to our website or Facebook for updates as this construction takes place. We will make every attempt to minimize any inconvenience. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.  Clinton Parking Lot resurfacing project photos.