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Kansas CUs annual meeting set for this weekend
WICHITA, Kan. (4/24/08)--More than 300 credit union staff and volunteers are expected to attend the 73rd Kansas Credit Union Association (KCUA) Annual Meeting and Convention in Wichita. Highlights Friday and Saturday are:
* Keynoter Steven Happel, professor of economics at the Arizona State University W.P. Carey School of Business, will highlight key demographic trends and statistics at the national and state level; * The KCUA board of directors and membership will review the association’s 2007 activities at the annual business meeting Saturday, and will discuss the focus on its strategic initiatives moving forward, including an education plan to implement Senate Bill 535, which involves field of membership issues for credit unions; * KCUA will honor credit unions and individuals who have been actively involved in the political process and award credit unions that have been involved in their communities and promote financial education; * The association also will honor the professional of the year, Marilyn Wells, Catholic Family FCU, Wichita; volunteer of the year, Robert Reeves, Kansas State University FCU, Manhattan; and credit union Hall of Fame inductee Lovelle Frazier, Topeka, for their outstanding service to the credit union movement; and * Several members of the Kansas House of Representatives and Senate will receive honors from the association at the annual business meeting.


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