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Holly Odgen, AVP/Mortgages, Leominster Credit Union (right) awarded April Locke with a Ring Doorbell, a prize she won by attending one of our Mortgage Info Sessions this spring! Congratulations April! Click here for more information on our mortgage products.
Leominster Credit Union has proudly participated in Children’s Book Month for over 20 years, an annual event sponsored by the Cooperative Credit Union Association.
During the month of April, donations of new and gently used children’s books were accepted at all LCU locations. LCU employees participated in Jeans Days raising funds to purchase books. This year’s event was organized by Rachel Terrell, Executive Assistant, assisted by Linda Taratuta, Elizabeth Bushnell, Mary Marchant, Nicole Florio and Amy Lacouture. LCU members and employees generously donated over 990 books.
Books were distributed to various organizations including; MOC (Child Care and Head Start Center), Sunrise Assisted Living, Fitchburg Public Schools, Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg/ Leominster, Johnny Appleseed School, Clinton Preschool, Elementary and District Resource Center, Wachusett Regional High School Preschool and the Francis Drake School.
Both the West Boylston Street and Shrewsbury Street branches are collecting brand new backpacks and school supplies to benefit the 508 Forever Young Inc. “Back to School Backpack Giveaway”. Donations will be collected from June 1 through July 15 at the West Boylston Street Branch, 910 West Boylston St., Worcester and the Shrewsbury Street Branch, 137 Shrewsbury St., Worcester. For questions, please contact Jenifer Morataya, Member Relationship Assistant Manager, at 800-649-4646.
Leominster Credit Union will hold a Shred-A-Thon at its headquarters located at 20 Adams Street, Leominster, MA on Saturday, June 3, 2023 from 9:00AM – Noon.
Members and non-members can get rid of old, sensitive documents by shredding and recycling them at the Shred-A-Thon. All items will be shred on site by a secure shredding service, New England Security Shredders.
Members of the community can bring up to three legal size file boxes or three 13-gallon kitchen trash bags to be shred for free. However, we will be accepting donations for Habitat for Humanity during the event. The Shred-A-Thon helps raise awareness about recycling and of course the importance of shredding personal documents to protect against identity theft.
Important documents to bring to the Shred-A-Thon include bank statements, tax returns, medical bills, credit card statements and other personal documents.
For more information contact Joanne Lattanzi, VP/Marketing 978-466-7240 or email@example.com.