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Spring Fun for Families

Spring fun with familyAre you ready to get outside? Sunny skies, warmer temps, and green grass bring welcome possibilities. Spring is the perfect time to discover opportunities for play in your own backyard. No matter your budget for fun or time, adventure awaits. Here are some ideas that the entire family can enjoy!

59th Annual Meeting Recap

On Friday, March 5, 2021, we hosted our 59th Annual Meeting, by phone call. The meeting was called to order as usual by Community Powered Chairman Gerald Connor.

59th Annual MeetingDuring the past year, Community Powered welcomed 837 new members, driving total membership to 9,139. We added 627 new checking accounts, funded loans for a record $27 million, answered approximately 34,000 phone calls, and ended the year with a net worth ratio of 10.92%. Along with our strong financials, we maintained a strong commitment to the community, holding a food drive at every location and awarding three $1,500 college scholarships.

It was a year of firsts, challenges, and opportunities. We established dedicated staff for the drive-thru and installed glass partitions, high-quality air purifiers, and hand sanitizing stations in the branches to protect our employees and members. Not surprisingly, mobile banking usage and ATM/drive-thru transactions saw their highest levels ever. We remained open to serve members however they chose to do business.

Adam Hamby, Gerald Logan, and Kevin Neale were elected to the board by general consent. We look forward to hosting an in-person annual meeting next year and seeing our members in person.

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.

Sign up for our Supervisory Committee

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 OnlineBanking, call (302) 368-2396, or stop by any of our branches to safeguard your accounts. Contact us before traveling, to ensure uninterrupted service.


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