Employees partnered with Community Action Team on Columbus Day.
The project is slated to start this summer and be completed by year end.
St. Helens Community CU Releases Second Mobile App, Bringing Member Value Galore to Screens Across the Northwest
Anthem talked to Ryann Weaver, VP of Marketing for 15,000-member St. Helens Community Credit Union about the Go Local app, set to launch on April 27 connecting members with geo-tagged deals in their area.
Five Northwest credit union professionals have accepted appointments to the Northwest Credit Union Association’s Board of Directors Nominating Committee. Their task will be to help facilitate the Association’s at-large governance model.
Inspirus to open Lynwood branch; St. Helens Raises $3,260 for food bank; Sound welcomes two new Directors and a VP of Business Lending; OnPoint expands wealth management services.
St. Helens Community Credit Union awarded college scholarships to three Scappoose High School students, partly for their creative videos demonstrating the credit union difference.
St. Helens Community Credit Union President and CEO Brooke Van Vleet published an Op-Ed showing credit unions’ impact and stabilizing force on Oregon communities.
Global gives big for March of Dimes; St. Helens Community opens Rainier student branch; and Point West throws a $6,000 strike.
For its financial education work, youth outreach and overall community involvement, St. Helens Community Credit Union has been named the 2014 South Columbia County Chamber Business of the Year.
iQ Credit Union “Mustache” You to Shop Local; USAgencies Credit Union Rallies Tons of Toys for the Holidays; NW Priority Credit Union Raises Sleighful of Toys; St. Helens Community Credit Union Cuts Ribbon on New Branch.
TwinStar CLO completes DE certification; Peninsula branch manager awarded Bank On scholarship; Wauna announces new branch management.
St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union donates nine computers to a local school; Horizon Credit Union partners with Moses Lake High School for Financial Field Trips; Point West Credit Union’s bowlers raise nearly $3,000 for Credit Unions for Kids; Oregonians Credit Union opens a new branch in St. Johns; NW Preferred Federal Credit Union promotes Tracy Jones to vice president of operations/branch manager.
Anyone who lives or works in northwest Oregon’s Clatsop County or southwest Washington’s Cowlitz County is now eligible for membership in St. Helens Community Federal Credit after the credit union received approval to expand its field of membership.
St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union held a special meeting Tuesday in response to a petition to recall five of the credit union’s seven volunteer board members. More than 175 members were in attendance and a total of 1,431 ballots were received.
St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union membership presented the credit union’s board of directors with a petition containing 492 signatures seeking a recall of five of its seven board members. A special meeting has been scheduled for Sept. 4.
Brooke Van Vleet Appointed President/CEO at St. Helens Community Federal, Board Terminates Merger Talks
Brooke Van Vleet brings 20 years of credit union experience to her new role as president/CEO at St. Helens Community FCU. Upon Van Vleet’s recommendation, the St. Helens board terminated a recent letter of intent to explore a merger with Wauna FCU.
Wauna and St. Helens credit unions’ boards have signed a non-binding letter of intent to explore the benefits of merging. The announcement comes on the heels of last week’s news that Horizon successfully merged with Montana First Credit Union.