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.

Services for Dolores Fallis Scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 16

Long-time Spokane credit union leader Dolores Fallis died Nov. 8. Services are planned for Saturday.

Services Scheduled Saturday for Former State Employees Credit Union CEO Larry Queen

Services are planned Saturday for long time Oregon credit union executive Larry Queen, who passed away late last week.

Credit Unions Protect, Engage Members on Community ‘Shred Days’

With the end of tax season just around the corner, several Northwest credit unions are helping their members stay protected from fraud and identity theft by offering safe disposal of sensitive documents on “shred days.”

Credit Unions Make History on Bank Transfer Day

Saturday, Nov. 5—also known as Bank Transfer Day—saw record influxes of new members for many Northwest credit unions. It also signifies the continued growth of the movement and a pivotal day in a historic time for credit unions.

New Interchange Push Needed as Senate Schedules Vote

The Association asks CUs and their members to contact senators through letters, Facebook, calls, and local town-hall meetings, a list of which are in this article.

WA Real Estate Lenders Must Complete Foreclosure Certificate by Saturday

Credit unions that issued fewer than 250 notices of default in 2010 are exempt from paying a fee, but must certify that they meet the exemption requirement by the due date of May 14.

2010 Credit Union Charity Ride This Saturday

You’re invited to participate in the 2010 Credit Union Charity Ride for Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.