Maine Highlands FCU entered trees in the Sebasticook Tree Festival, the Piscataquis Tree Festival and the Aliza Jean Foundation Wreath Festival this year.
Bake sales held in our Dexter, Guilford, Brownville and Greenville offices during Thanksgiving week brought in a total of $491.20 for Maine Credit Unions’ Campaign for Ending Hunger!
Congratulations to Chris Gosselin, winner of a 65″ TV that was raffled to benefit Maine Credit Unions Campaign for Ending Hunger. Presenting the TV to Chris is Dover-Foxcroft employee, Lindsay Sands.
The Dover office employees of Maine Highlands FCU were on hand offering games, prizes and giveaways at this year’s Whoopie Pie Festival.
Maine Highlands FCU was once again the major sponsor of this year’s Festival held in August.
Maine Highlands FCU employees hosted the children’s pie eating contest during the River Festival.
Several area food organizations received donations as a result of the Credit Union’s 2018 fundraising efforts.
This raffle raised over $1,600.00 for Maine Credit Unions’ Campaign for Ending Hunger!
Approximately 130 members took advantage of the ‘Members Ski Free’ day at Squaw Mountain in Greenville on February 17th. Lots of giveaways were also provided including a free drawing for 5 pairs of lift tickets. Winners were Kaitlyn Harris, Joe Gagnon, Jane Ward, Matt Jones, and JC Nadeau. Congratulations!
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.
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