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Washington league task force seeks history
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. (2/21/08)--The Washington Credit Union League (WCUL) Historic Preservation Task Force is seeking interviews and artifacts to display in the league’s gallery to celebrate WCUL’s 75th anniversary. “Preserving Washington State’s credit union heritage is a unique and very important project,” said WCUL President/CEO John Annaloro. Items such as photographs, newspaper clips and marketing materials will be displayed in the league’s gallery and will be accessible on a dedicated website. “Probably the most difficult aspect of this project will be convincing people to come forward with their stories,” said WCUL President Emeritus Bruce Rouillard, who chairs the task force. “As we commence work on these interviews, we anticipate that if will be as it we are reconnecting with old friends.” For more information, contact Allison Mattich at amattich@waleague.org or 800-552-0680. All items will be duplicated and returned to the contributor.


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