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CU System briefs (02/17/2009)
* LANSING, Mich. (2/18/09)--Eight credit unions piloting Michigan's Save to Win program, which offers members a chance to win a $100,000 grand prize, plus other prices when they open a share certificate and deposit $25 or more, have been identified (News Now Feb. 11). The participating credit unions are: Central Macomb Community CU, Clinton Township; Christian Financial CU, Roseville; Communicating Arts CU, Detroit; E&A CU, Port Huron; ELGA CU, Burton; Frankenmuth CU, Frankenmuth; NuUnion CU, Lansing; and Option 1 CU, Grand Rapids … * LANSING, Mich. (2/18/09)--The Filene Research Institute has been invited back by a Michigan Senate Banking Committee studying foreclosures after Filene officials made recommendations Feb. 11 stemming from their survey of the depth of the foreclosure crisis in Michigan. Shown here during the testimony are, from left, George Hofheimer, Filene chief research officer, and Robert Manning, professor at Rochester Institute of Technology. Manning conducted the survey. Michigan Credit Union League President/CEO David Adams noted that the league will help arrange a future meeting to discuss further Filene's recommendations (Michigan Monitor Feb. 17). (Photo provided by the Michigan Credit Union League) … * LANSING, Mich. (2/18/09)--Lansing, Mich., Mayor Virg Bernero, visited with the Michigan Credit Union League's board of directors at the board's first meeting in the new league headquarters in downtown Lansing. Bernero thanked the group for continuing to support Lansing through its presence in the downtown area and expressed optimism about the local economy. The city is undergoing new development and urbanization (Michigan Monitor Feb. 17). The mayor, left, was accompanied by Robert Trezise, right, president/CEO of the Lansing Economic Development Corp. (LEDC), and Carl Dorshimer, LEDC vice president and director of downtown core. (Photo provided by the Michigan Credit Union League) …


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