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CU System briefs (02/21/2008)
* BOSSIER CITY, La. (2/21/08)--CLARIFICATION: In an article Thursday about the appointment of Rod Taylor as president/CEO of Barksdale FCU, News Now incorrectly reported the number of years he has served the credit union. Taylor has been with Barksdale FCU since 1992. He began service in the financial industry in 1983 and began his credit union career in 1986 … * CINCINNATI, Ohio (2/22/08)--U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio) speaks to Cincinnati children about the importance of saving money during the Cincinnati launch of the Ohio Credit Union League's financial education initiative, MoneyAndStuff, Tuesday. Bill Herring, CEO of Cincinnati Central CU, helped conduct the press conference held at Oyler School. Also attending was Assistant Principal Lin Yates and several credit union leaders from Southwest Ohio (Photo provided by the Ohio Credit Union League) … * HAMILTON, Ohio (2/22/08)--Students at Hamilton (Ohio) Freshman School look on as the Ohio Credit Union League introduces MoneyAndStuff and the financial education program's website, www.MoneyAndStuff. Attending the press conference was Tim Boellner, CEO of AurGroup Financial CU and Hamilton City Schools Associate Superintendent Barb Fuerbacher, plus other credit union leaders from the area. (Photo provided by the Ohio Credit Union League) … * RICHARDSON, Texas (2/22/08)--Every day more than 100 soldiers arrive at the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport on their way home for a break. Texans CU employees recently joined supporters at the terminal to cheer and welcome the soldiers. From left are employees Marion Rogers, Christina Gutierrez, Jessica Allen, Estella Demings and Erin Ortiz. Texans CU also supports the USO's United Through Reading program to help deployed service men and women stay connected to their children by reading a book aloud for a DVD. The at-home parent or caregiver is encouraged to videotape or photograph the response of the child watching the DVD and following along with the book and send it to the reader. (Photo provided by Texans CU) …


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