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Scholarships available for 2010 CUNA Community Credit Union & Growth Conference

CUNA and CO-OP Financial Services have established a scholarship fund to help provide assistance to credit union professionals who would like to attend the upcoming Community Credit Union & Growth Conference scheduled for October 6-9, 2010 in Boston, MA.... More

CUNA CEO Bill Cheney talks MBL in new audio podcast

New CUNA CEO Bill Cheney believes MBL is still on the table and looks to 2011 in a new LSCU audio podcast. ... More

CUNA offering two conference calls on reg reform

Credit unions have an opportunity to hear from CUNA on the impact and implementation of the reg reform bill. ... More

LSCU presents $27,000 check to Children's Miracle Network

The LSCU raised more than $27,000 for the Children's Miracle Network at this year's AC&E.... More

Register now for LSCU Gulf Oil Spill workshop/webinar

Registration is now open for the August 30 workshop and webinar "Credit Unions Response to the Gulf Oil Spill." ... More

Credit unions reached 400,000 students last year

The National Youth Involvement Board released statistics for the 2009-2010 year showing a second straight increase. ... More

Community Credit Union best practices whitepaper available

CUNA's second best practices whitepaper looks at community and market development. ... More

Florida polls are open for early primary voting

Florida's early primary voting is now open. The LSCU strongly encourages all members to take part in the political process and vote for the candidate of their choice.... More

Florida Housing Mortgage Intervention Strategy looking for credit unions

Credit unions have an opportunity to work with Florida Housing to help members avoid foreclosure and stay in their homes. ... More

LSCU to offer workshop to help victims of Gulf Oil Spill

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The LSCU will hold a workshop in Pensacola on August 30 to find ways credit unions can help small businesses affected by the oil spill. ... More