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Local “Bite of Reality” Recognized

The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) acknowledges Mid Oregon Credit Union’s work educating high school students about budgeting and money management. The effort of our local “Bite of Reality” experience has been recognized with a national financial literacy award. Youth and Adult Financial Education Award Mid Oregon has been recognized by the Credit Union National […]

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Protecting Our Seniors on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

From a LinkedIn editorial published on 5/15/16. By Jim Nussle, President & CEO at America’s Credit Unions; CUNA Credit Union National Association Protecting Our Seniors on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Today advocates from around the globe will meet in Washington, DC for the third Global Summit on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Elder abuse, including […]

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Millennials and Builders- Credit Union Knowledge?

More than 70% of millennials don’t know the benefits (and savings) of belonging to a credit union. Recently, CUNA Advocacy created a YouTube video interviewing a group of young adults. The interviewers wanted to see what young consumers knew about their options regarding financial institutions. The results were surprising. Nearly three in four surveyed had […]

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Credit Union Membership Is Worth Hundreds

Did you know you’re saving money—maybe hundreds of dollars a year—just by being a Mid Oregon Credit Union member? Credit unions typically charge fewer and lower fees than other financial institutions, according to the Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) latest membership benefits report. Of course, the amount you save has a lot to do with […]

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President’s Message-November 2015

By Bill Anderson, President/CEO “Wisdom is the reward you get for a lifetime of listening when you’d have preferred to talk”. -Doug Larsen, United Press The first week of October, several of our staff and board member Patty Stell participated in the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) Amplify meeting in Portland. This annual meeting is the […]