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CU System briefs (09/13/2010)
* LANSING, Mich. (9/14/10)--Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, after
speaking at a Highland Park Business Association meeting on Aug. 31, visited Communicating Arts CU (CACU) and the Shops at Woodward Place, a development she and Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano supported through the Wayne County Land Bank TURBO program and Michigan Cities of Promise program. CACU was the second tenant to commit to the project (Michigan Monitor Sept. 6). From left are Shandell Small, CACU assistant loan manager; Ficano; Granholm; Kim Vermander, CACU vice president of lending and development; Hank Hubbard, CACU CEO; and Highland Park Mayor Huber Yopp. (Photo provided by the Michigan Credit Union League) ... * MONTGOMERY, Ala. (9/14/10)--MAX, Your Community CU will present "The
Reggie Barlow Show" at 10 a.m. on Saturdays on local cable networks. On the show, Alabama State University Head Football Coach Reggie Barlow will highlight the Hornets' previous week on the gridiron. He will bring his professional football experience with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he was a Super Bowl winner, and coaching expertise to the show. From left are CBS 8 Sports Director Dee Jackson, MAX CEO Greg McClellan; Barlow; and DG Markwell, MAX senior vice president of marketing and business development. (Photo provided by MAX, Your Community CU) ... * PORTLAND, Maine (9/14/10)--"People Remembering and Helping People" was the theme
for the eighth annual 9/11 tribute by Maine's credit unions to the five Red Cross Chapters of Maine. The ceremony honored victims of 9/11 and their families, and recognized organizations that work each day to protect the health and safety of people in Maine. Checks in the amount of $911 were presented to the Emergency Food Relief Fund of these American Red Cross chapters: Southern Maine, United Valley, Mid Coast, Pine Tree and Pine-Tree Aroostock chapters. Jon Paradise, center, governmental and public affairs manager for the Maine Credit Union League, holds a check with representatives of the Red Cross and food pantries. (Photo provided by the Maine Credit Union League) ...


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