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Louisiana league announces award winners
HARAHAN, La. (8/13/10)--The Louisiana Credit Union League awarded three Louisiana credit unions with the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Recognition Awards--the Desjardin Youth Financial Literacy Award, the Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Award and the Louise Herring Philosophy in Action Award. The winners advance to CUNA’s national competition. They were:
* Neighbors FCU, Baton Rouge; Desjardin Youth Financial Literacy Award; * Ouachita Valley FCU, West Monroe; Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Award; and * Louisiana FCU, La Place; Louise Herring Philosophy in Action Award.
Louisiana credit unions were recognized with Excellence in Marketing Awards for outstanding marketing and communications efforts. The Excellence in Marketing Awards Program received a record number of entries this year. In $20 million or less category, winners were:
* Calcasieu Federal Employees FCU, Lake Charles; Best Newsletter; * Calcasieu Federal Employees FCU, Best Annual Report; and * Internal Revenue FCU, New Orleans, Best Website.
In the $20 million to $60 million category, winners were:
* Access of Louisiana FCU, Westlake; Best Newsletter; * Access of Louisiana FCU, Best Annual Report; and * Ascension CU, Gonzales; Best Website.
In the $60 million-plus category, awards winners were:
* CSE FCU, Lake Charles; Best Newsletter; * Dow Louisiana FCU, Plaquemine; Best Annual Report; and * The New Orleans Firemen’s FCU, Best Website.
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