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Do you have an old, tattered, faded, or worn American Flag? Do you know how to dispose of an American Flag when it is no longer in proper condition to fly? Not many people do. Kyle Loughrey who has been a Boy Scout with Troop 824 for the past 7 years, saw this as a very important community issue in Niagara County and made this the center of his Eagle Scout Project.
“When I heard about Kyle's project, I knew that this would be another great way for us to give back to our community” said Jennifer Grier, a spokesperson for Greater Niagara FCU. “With a branch at 2901 Military Road, Niagara Falls and 160 Ward Road, North Tonawanda, we know that our locations are convenient for many local families to drop off their flags to be retired”.
Greater Niagara FCU is the proud sponsor of the 2018 Personal Management badge for our area. 30 boy scouts will have the opportunity to complete the Personal Management badge with the help of Greater Niagara FCU this year. This is a required badge for anyone looking to become an Eagle Scout.
Thank you to our members - with your generous support of our Niagara Chocolate candy bar sale - we were able to donate $1000.00 to the Child Advocacy Center of Niagara thru Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center.www.cacofniagara.org
Please stop in and buy a puzzle piece. All donations stay local and go to "The Summit Center".
We are celebrating “The Science of Saving” with giveaways and prizes. We are also collecting new stuffed animals for the CAC of Niagara. Our goal is 300 stuffed animals collected in April. This would be enough stuffed animals to last the CAC of Niagara 1 year.Youth Savings Challenge
Stop in to decorate a luminary to honor your loved one who has been touched by cancer. Luminaries will be sold $5 each or 3 for $12. All proceeds stay local. Note: Luminaries will be available to purchase at the annual meeting April 13, 2018.
Credit Unions for Kids is a nonprofit collaboration of credit unions, chapters, leagues/associations and business partners from across the country, engaged in fundraising activities to benefit 170 Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Adopted as our movement's charity of choice, credit unions are the 3rd largest sponsor of CMN Hospitals.cu4kids.org
Since its beginning in 2009, Miracle Jeans Day has raised more than $2 million to help fund life-saving medical needs for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. This event is held every September to raise money for Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo Foundation.
Congratulations to GNFCU’s 2017 scholarship winners. Francis Destino is currently attending Niagara Falls High School and will be attending UB in the fall for Mathematics. Lindsey Kutlak is currently at North Tonawanda High School and will be attending Daeman College in the fall to become a Physician’s Assistant.
Niagara County Deputy Sheriff’s Association Scholarship
NT Fire Department Golf Tournament
NT Annual Senior Class Picnic