updated 03/31/14 03:43 PM
Altura CU employees read to Riverside County elementary school children in support of Read Across America Day, a national literacy program designed to spur children to read more. In other news, Altura CU member Erik Smith won $500 simply for using his Altura Visa Debit Card as part of the Better Ways to Win promotion, which highlights the convenience of using the credit union’s debit card for everyday purchases. Altura CU President and CEO, Mark Hawkins, also recently joined the board of directors of the Riverside Community College District (RCCD) Foundation, which includes three community colleges, a training facility, and a culinary academy. The foundation supports RCCD programs and projects through fundraising and financial support. In other staff news, a team of 10 Altura CU employees volunteered at the recent Riverside Academic Decathlon, serving as proctors during the “Super Quiz” portion. The event attracted nearly 200 students from 18 high schools.
Altura CU staffers Tina Covington and David Fisher, to the right of the Cat in the Hat, with volunteers who read to students in elementary schools in Riverside County
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