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Kentucky league announces state award winners
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (8/19/09)--The Kentucky Credit Union League announced its 2009 state-level winners for the Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Award, Louise Herring Award for Philosophy in Action and the Desjardins Youth Financial Education award. State-level Dora Maxwell winners include:
* Kentucky Employees CU, Frankfort, $20 million to $50 million asset category; * Autotruck FCU, Louisville, $50 million to $100 million; * Park Community FCU, Louisville, $200 million to $500 million; and * L&N FCU, Louisville, $500 million.
ClassAct FCU, Louisville, won the Louise Herring award in the $50 million to $250 million asset category. Park Community also received the Desjardins award in the $250 million asset category. The award programs are sponsored by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA). The first-place winners will advance to national competition. The league will recognize winners at its annual meeting in November. CUNA will recognize national winners during the annual Governmental Affairs Conference (By the Way newsletter August).
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