OCCU Announces New Olympia Branch

The project is part of the Steamboat Square development.

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Save the Date: OR and WA CU Days at the Capitol Around the Corner

Credit Union Day at the Capitol is the simplest, and most effective, way to engage in credit union advocacy. Find out how your involvement can make a difference.

CO-OPatopia to Celebrate Fourth Year This Saturday in Olympia

CO-OPatopia celebrates the cooperative business model and its place in the local economy while encouraging greater cooperation among those businesses. The fourth annual celebration takes place this weekend.

We Need You: Share the Credit Union Story With WA Legislators

Washington Credit Union Day at the Capitol is your best chance to make the credit union difference known in Olympia. Register now for the free February 19 event.

Credit Union Day at the Capitol Matters – for Legislators and Advocates

Harborstone Credit Union’s Steve Kirby won’t be “hiking the hill” with advocates during Credit Union Day at the Capitol next week. That’s because Kirby will be in his office in Olympia, where he represents Washington’s 29th District and serves as chair of the House Business and Financial Services Committee. It’s an important event, he says – for legislators and for advocates.

Washington Credit Union Day at the Capitol Will Connect Advocates to Legislators

Credit union advocates from across Washington are invited to get up close and personal with state legislators in February, when the Northwest Credit Union Association hosts Credit Union Day at the Capitol in Olympia.

Olympia Credit Union Discovers Counterfeit Checks in Circulation

Olympia Credit Union alerted the Washington Department of Financial Institutions Monday that counterfeit checks bearing the credit union’s name are surfacing in the area. The checks are apparently being mailed from an area H&R Block branch.

Mass Demonstrations Greet Lawmakers on Opening Day of Washington Special Session

Nearly 4,000 demonstrators occupied the state capital building in Olympia, Wash. on Monday, as state lawmakers worked to close a $1.4 billion budget shortfall.