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Ashlyn Roselle
22nd Annual Scholarship Winner

The winner of our 22nd Annual Scholarship was Ashlyn Roselle. Ashlyn is graduating from Worcester Prep in Berlin, MD, and will be attending the University of South Carolina in the fall. She currently has an intended major in Environmental Sciences, but looking to switch to Marketing. We wish Ashlyn the best in furthering her education.

60th Annual Meeting Recap

On Friday, March 4, 2022, we hosted our 60th Annual Meeting via conference call. The meeting was called to order by Community Powered Chairman Gerald Connor.

During the past year, Community Powered welcomed 739 new members, driving total memberships to 8,617, funded $16 million dollars in loans, assisted members with over 100 thousand in-person branch transactions, answered approximately 31 thousand phone calls and ended with a net worth ratio of 10.34%.

This year we introduced a new teller system, new online banking and mobile application, and a new online account opening process. Members receive direct deposits up to 2 days early, are able to complete external transfers and mobile deposit, and have the ability to see the transaction they are completing on our upgraded signature pads in branches

 

Supervisory Committee

Our Supervisory Committee is a key part of the Credit Union. Do you want to become involved in making sure your Credit Union has established practices and procedures to properly safeguard members’ assets? If you are interested in joining the committee or learning more, please contact the Credit Union at (302) 368-2396.

Man and daughter working in a garden.
Fun summer home projects

Popsicles, sunshine, flowers. In every way, summer brightens our days and adds a sense of wonder and magic to otherwise ordinary activities. The adventure could start in your own kitchen or backyard with these fun projects!

Plant your own vegetable garden. If you’ve ever wanted to enhance your green thumb, this is the summer to do it. For sweet rewards, expand your garden to include tasty, edible summer fruits and vegetables.

Build a fire pit for excellent s’mores. If easy nights outside enjoying something sweet are more your style, this could be the summer you upgrade your outdoor space. Adding a fire pit could take less time than you think.

Pitch a tent in the backyard. A world of adventure awaits when you pitch a tent for some at-home camping. Turn an ordinary summer night into an exciting staycation. Sleep under the stars or simply set up an outdoor nook for lazy afternoons.

Pick a color and paint a room. Spruce up the house to spring into summer! A fresh color will liven up any room and breathe new life into four walls, so pick a color, pick a room, and paint. Give your bedroom a makeover with fresh new sheets and towels, and it will feel like you’ve turned your home into a boutique hotel.

Stay protected
Please make sure all of your contact information is up to date in our system. One of the ways we authenticate suspicious account activity is by phone number. Log into Online Banking, call (302) 368-2396, or stop by any of our branches to safeguard your accounts. Contact us before traveling, to ensure uninterrupted service.
Newsletters

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