NORTHERN SAVINGS Credit Union personal loans supervisor Lee-Ann Mutschke

School society receives assistance

The Northern Savings Credit Union is helping out a local organization thanks to its annual contribution of $15,000.

The Northern Savings Credit Union is helping out a local organization thanks to its annual contribution of $15,000 which it then divides among a number of community groups in Terrace and area.

In particular, the Kalum Community School Society is receiving $1,250 for a project to improve the learning of children with parent involvement.

In this circumstance, the project is to build learning skills for literacy and numeracy.

On hand to present a cheque recently to Agathe Jedrzejczyk and Greg McQuarrie from the community school society where credit union loans supervisor Lee-Ann Mutschke and credit union board member Nirmal Parmar.

The annual grant contributions are timed to take place in conjunction with International Credit Union Day which had the theme this year of “Credit unions build a better world.”



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