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Foster Lake RV Resort

In August of 2016 Mid Oregon Credit Union members Howard and Gari Lynn Tocher purchased Foster Lake RV Resort on Foster Lake near Sweet Home, Oregon. Foster Lake is a reservoir created by the Foster Dam on the South Santiam River off of highway 20, about 93 miles west of Bend. Foster Lake offers visitors a …

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A Very Fast Start In 2017!

A Very Fast Start In 2017!

By Bill Anderson, Mid Oregon President/CEO Our Newest Branch- in Sisters Mid Oregon is off to a very good start in 2017. In March we opened our newest branch in Sisters! New members are joining and we are hearing positive feedback from existing members who have been waiting patiently for the branch to open. Our …

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Make Money Your Own Way

Make Money Your Own Way

Are you looking for ways to make money and maybe even help your family? Maybe you can make money your own way. Even though the legal working age in the U.S. is 14, there are ways for you to make money before you first become employed. Is babysitting the right fit? Here are some questions …

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Adopt-a-Bear!

Celebrating 13 Years of Adopt-a-Bear!

Mid Oregon Credit Union is happy to announce their continued support of Healthy Beginnings Adopt-a-Bear campaign. In 2004, Mid Oregon’s CEO, Bill Anderson, and Healthy Beginnings Executive Director, Holly Remer provided a perfect solution to a fundraising dilemma with a creative campaign called “Adopt-a-Bear”. This year, Mid Oregon and Healthy Beginnings are celebrating 13 years of …

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The Credit Invisibles: 4 Challenges Beyond Credit Accessibility

The Credit Invisibles: 4 Challenges Beyond Credit Accessibility

This article, “The Credit Invisibles: 4 Challenges Beyond Credit Accessibility”,  is written from the perspective of teachers or parents of teens or young adults. Much of the information also translates into actions for the reader as well. 3/8/2017 By: Kimberly Roy, National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®). I met a teacher at a conference recently …

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