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Alabama league presents awards at symposium
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (4/25/08)--The Alabama Credit Union League presented its awards during its 75th Annual Membership Meeting and Education Symposium in Birmingham last week. Presented Merit Awards in their asset category were:
* TVH FCU, Tuskegee; * Alabama River Employees CU, Perdue Hill; * Riverdale CU, Selma; * Tuscaloosa Teachers CU, Tuscaloosa; * First Educators CU, Birmingham; and * Family Security CU, Decatur.
Dorothy "Dot" Martin, supervisory committee chairman of Alabama CU, accepts the Alabama Credit Union League's Volunteer of the Year award from league Chairman Steve Swofford, president of Alabama CU. (Photo provided by the Alabama Credit Union League)
The 2007 Chapter Excellence Award went to Tuscaloosa Chapter of Credit Unions for its impact on its community and the state, and for exemplifying leadership and community involvement. Alabama Credit Union Legislative Action Council (ACULAC) presented two awards: Family Security CU was named 2007 ACULAC Credit Union of the Year, and America's First FCU, Birmingham, was awarded the Deduct-a-Buck Credit Union of the Year Award. The Brother's Keeper Award, which recognizes credit unions that donate time, staff and resources to help other credit unions, went to two credit unions: Mutual Savings CU, Birmingham, and Alabama River Employees CU. Dorothy "Dot" Martin, supervisory committee chairman for Alabama CU, Tuscaloosa, was named the 2008 Volunteer of the Year. Martin has served as a credit union volunteer for 28 years.


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