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Food Bank of Eastern Michigan recognizes Security Credit Union

Posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 12:15 pm

FLINT — Flint-based Security Credit Union (SCU) was recently recognized by the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan (FBEM) with the Community Leadership Award. The award was presented during a presentation at the Flint Golf Club April 24.

SCU began working with the FBEM by participating in the annual Caring Community Credit Unions Week fundraiser. SCU furthered the connection by lending a hand during the food bank’s annual paper ornament Christmas campaign.

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