Over $1,700 was raised for the Maine Credit Union’s Campaign for Ending Hunger during our Christmas Tree Gift Card Raffle. Winners were: Brenda Doore of Dexter, Linda Ames of Guilford, Rhonda Tyler of Dover-Foxcroft, Michaella Gilbert of Greenville, and Angela Cook of Brownville.
Employees from all branches participated in the National Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest on December 21st.
Maine Highlands FCU in Dexter hosted a breakfast in December for the Dexter Sunrise Kiwanis Club. The group enjoyed a delicious breakfast prepared by MHFCU employees, then were treated to a tour of the building and new addition.
The Dexter office held it’s first Craft Sale in December for Ending Hunger. After a day of sales, $237.50 was raised for Maine Credit Union’s Campaign for Ending Hunger.
Employees at our Dexter, Guilford, and Brownville offices held a bake sale for Ending Hunger just before Thanksgiving. After a few days of the sale, $425.00 was raised for this worthy cause.
Over $1,000 was raised for Maine Credit Union’s Campaign for Ending Hunger during our Black Friday 50/50 Raffle. The first place winner, Mike Carroll won half the total amount from ticket sales. Donna Bilodeau won second prize which was a set of Beats Wireless Headphones and a piece of luggage. And Julie Graham was our […]
Once again, Maine Highlands FCU was the major sponsor of Dexter’s Maine Red Hot Dog Festival. Two giant inflatable obstacle courses and a bounce house were brought in and manned by MHFCU employees. Over 3,000 people attended this event.
Maine Highlands FCU in Guilford held a yard sale in July. Proceeds benefitted Maine Credit Union’s Campaign for Ending Hunger.
Maine Highlands FCU was on hand at Dover-Foxcroft’s Whoopie Pie Festival in June, providing games, prizes, and giveaways. Monty Moose was available to greet festival-goers.
Maine Highlands FCU participated in the Piscataquis Regional YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day in March. Lots of items were available to promote ‘healthy saving’. Many youngsters enjoyed the day.