|L-R: The relay team of Jeff Napper, Heather Summers, and Sean Hardeman from LBS Financial CU is scheduled to participate in this year's Credit Union SacTown Ten-Mile Run. Let us know if your credit union is sending a team or doing creative fundraising activities.|
VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED FOR SACTOWN
updated 02/20/14 02:15 PM
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Volunteers are still needed for the 2014 Credit Union SacTown Ten-Mile Run, happening April 6 in Sacramento!
The event relies on the assistance of hundreds of volunteers to help with logistics to make this event run smoothly and the runners’ experience memorable, comfortable, and safe. No experience is necessary, just a willingness to help out.
Among the possible volunteer opportunities are working on a relay exchange location, acting as a course monitor, manning a fluid station, and giving out finisher t-shirts.
Volunteers can sign up by simply sending an email to either Sherry Cordonnier at email@example.com or Linda White at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other information and news about this year’s event:
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However, 1st Mortgage Originations Drop
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2014 CU STAFF COMPENSATION SURVEY updated
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PROACTIVE WAYS TO BUILD CU CHAMPIONS updated
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