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* MADISON, Wis. (4/20/10)--Representatives from credit unions in North and South Carolina competed in a charity golf event that
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raised more than $67,000 for the Victory Junction Gang Camp, a NASCAR-themed facility for chronically and terminally ill children. The event, the Sixth Annual Carolinas Cup, March 28-30, was hosted by the Carolinas Credit Union Foundation, the North and South Carolina credit union leagues and CUNA Mutual Group. The camp was founded by NASCAR driver Kyle Petty and his wife, Pattie, in memory of their son, Adam, who was killed in a NASCAR racing accident in 2000. Pictured are John Slack, (left) president/CEO, Carolinas Credit Union Foundation, and Mike Defnet, senior vice president of sales, CUNA Mutual Group. (Photo provided by CUNA Mutual Group) ... * MERIDEN, Conn. (4/20/10)--The Credit Union League of Connecticut received a $7,500 grant from REAL Solutions through the National Credit Union Foundation for the development of financial education programs for graduating college students. The grant will allow the league to organize a financial education curriculum on an advanced level. The league will work with three Connecticut universities this year to implement a college program. REAL Solutions is a program of the foundation that works through state credit union leagues to help credit unions offer services that have proven successful for people of modest means ...


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