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Governor, Coach Headline Indiana CU Convention
INDIANAPOLIS (10/17/13)--
Click to view larger image At the Indiana Credit Union League's Annual Convention are, from left, League Governmental Affairs Committee Chair and league director George McNichols, Hoosier Hills CU; League Vice President Governmental Affairs Chris Beaumont; League Chairman Frank Gulley, Afena FCU; Indiana Gov. Mike Pence; League President John McKenzie; and Indiana Credit Union Political Action Committee trustee Dave Abernathy, Via CU. (Photo provided by the Indiana Credit Union League)
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence praised credit unions at the Indiana Credit Union League convention in late September.

Pence, a long-time supporter of credit unions, shared his appreciation for credit unions' role in Indiana's economic environment, said the league.
 
The Sept. 25-27 gathering, which featured a keynote motivational speech from Indiana University basketball coach Tom Crean, also served as a fundraiser for Samaritan's Feet--a charity that delivers new shoes to impoverished children in the U.S. and around the world.
 
"We were pleased to have more than 500 attendees at this year's 79th annual convention," said ICUL President John McKenzie. "They represented almost 90% of Indiana's 2.2 million members."

Next year's ICUL convention is scheduled to take place Oct. 15-17.


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