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Collins Community Credit Union

Financial Literacy in the Community

Collins Community Credit Union would like to recognize eight employees who teamed up to teach at Jackson and Kenwood Elementary Schools during the month of February. Fourth and fifth grade students learned about the origin and history of money from ...

Published on Mar 19, 2015

Collins Community Credit Union would like to recognize eight employees who teamed up to teach at Jackson and Kenwood Elementary Schools during the month of February. Fourth and fifth grade students learned about the origin and history of money from Dan Powicki and Chris Shulista; discovered where money comes from when Travis Kolder and Sherry Sullivan came to visit; Mike Albert and Kim Markley talked about savings accounts and saving vs. spending; and, Rob Sellers and Gail Tenney asked the kids, “What do you do with your money,” to help teach the value of budgeting. The teams presented to a total of 110 very bright students who now know a lot about money. Congratulations teams and great job!

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