Monty Moose welcomed approximately 200 skiers to Squaw Mountain during MHFCU’s Free Ski Day on February 18.
Maine Highlands FCU entered a tree in the 1st Annual Sebasticook Valley of Trees event on December 2nd. Employees who volunteered to decorate are left to right: Shelley Blockler, Monique Plummer, Anna-Maria, and Wendy Baird
Maine Highlands FCU employees, Maria Wooten, Darcie Burch and Mike Brown participated in the Milo Vendor Fair in November.
Once again, Maine Highlands FCU sponsored the Maine Red Hot Dog Festival in Dexter on August 12th. Kids of all ages enjoyed the 140′ of inflatable obstacle courses that was available at no charge! Also this year, attendees enjoyed three stages of entertainment, a morning Bun-Run, eating contests, children’s games and bounce house, heavy equipment petting zoo, food, crafts, and other vendors, and of course Plenty of WA Bean Red Hot Dogs!
The Piscataquis River Festival held in Guilford on July 29th was the place to be this summer! Maine Highlands FCU hosted the children’s pie eating contest as well as the entertainment!
Our booth at this year’s Whoopie Pie Festival in Dover-Foxcroft was busy with activities! Attendees signed up to win a New England Patriots Cornhole Game! Congratulations to Shailee Verge for winning! Also, kids of all ages played ‘Pie-Hole’ and ‘Whoopie Flip’ and won prizes! There was also a ‘photo-booth’ to capture the memories!
Students from the JMG (Jobs for Maine Graduates) classes of Dexter, Dover-Foxcroft, Greenville and Milo attended a Financial Fitness Fair on April 14, 2017, hosted by Maine Highlands FCU. Armed with their net monthly income, they walked through what their life may look like at age 22. Booths were set up with information on what their expenses would be depending on their choices. Many learned how to be creative in order to balance their budget.
Maine Highlands FCU was on hand to present a very well-attended class on identity theft. In addition, another class was held on virtual reality in the classroom. A ‘photo-booth’ was available for pictures with Monty Moose also.
Maine Highlands Federal Credit Union held their annual meeting on April 17 and awarded over $11,000 to local area food organizations. Funds awarded were a result of on-going fundraising efforts for the Maine Credit Union Campaign for Ending Hunger. Pictured front left to right: robin Lyford with Eastern Area Agency on Aging Meals on Wheels program, Priscilla Higgins with the Dover-Foxcroft Congregational Church Community Dinner Project, Barbara Wilbur with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Sangerville and Dover-Foxcroft Food Cupboard, Gaeton Landry with Our Lady’s Kitchen of Dexter, Karen King with Dover-Foxcroft Area Food Cupboard, Lorraine Stutzman with Stutzman Farm Senior Share program, Crystal Greaves with the Dexter Sunrise Kiwanis Backpack Program. Back left to right: Mark Stevens with the United Methodist Church Community Dinner Project, Reggie Mossey with Dexter Community Food Closet, Carla McKay with Corinna Food Pantry, Richard Wyman with Wyman Farms Senior Share program, Theresa Gray with Widows & Orphans Food Cupboard of Stetson, Rheba Michaud with Our Lady of the Snows Community Dinner Project in Dover-Foxcroft, Brian Woodworth with the Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanis Club Backpack Program, Shirley Salukas with Milo Ecumenical Food Cupboard, and Lucile Johnston with the Moosehead Lake Backpack Program. Absent from photo were representatives from Guilford UMC Food Cupboard and from Partnership Food Pantries of Guilford and Greenville.
Maine Highlands Federal Credit Union members enjoyed showing off their Dexer Shoes and reminiscing about the company during the Credit Union’s Tribute to Dexter Shoe Company. And, one lucky winner in each branch received $100!
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