Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Bringing Out The Millionaire In You

Click here for more information on how area credit union members learned how to "Bring Out The Millionaire In You" on April 29th at the Willoughby Hills Community Center.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Credit Union Member News Now Interactive

Eaton Family Credit Union’s News section is now interactive. News and information on Eaton Family Credit Union for our community and credit union members is now posted in Blog format.

“We initially posted ‘thank you’ notes from a Junior Achievement class. I hope that this will be an easy way for credit union stakeholders to let us know how we’re doing,” said Mike Losneck, President, Eaton Family Credit Union. Going forward the credit union will evaluate whether to keep the application at http://EatonFamilyCU.blogspot.com or make it part of its current website.

Utilizing Google’s Blogger, free, online application, the credit union posts news features online and welcome’s response from community and community members. All posts are approved by the credit union and respondents can post anonymously or can include their name.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Junior Achievement at St. Williams

Click here for more information on our participation at Mrs. Hogan's class.

Thank You - Annual Meeting

Thank you for attending our Annual Meeting. Click here for photos.

Credit Union Raises Over $475 For MDA

Click here for a photo of Mike getting "locked up" for a Muscular Dystrophy fundraiser in Euclid

Visit Colonial Williamsburg - Teacher Scholarship

Elementary, middle or high school teachers click here to learn about Colonial Williamsburg.

Debt Test

The first step toward a financially stable tomorrow is facing your situation today. Click here to take the Debt Test.

Identity Theft Can Happen To Anyone

Click here for more information on identity theft prevention and detection.

Merger Information

E.L.L, All Employees, Eaton Hydraulics-Searcy and Wickliffe Community credit union members click here for more information.

Don't Get Hooked By Phishing Scams

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