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2014 - 2015 Scholarship Packets Available Now!
 
The 2014-2015 scholarship packet is now available.  Students who are, or will be enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited college, university or trade school are encouraged to apply.
 

"Help Make Spirits Bright" Donation
 

Denise Perry, Community Resource Coordinator from The Michigan Department of Human Services receives a $844.90 donation from Great Lakes First Federal Credit Union’s Office Manager Debbie Dye, for the “Help Make Spirits Bright” Fund Raiser. Other credit union employees in the photo are: Standing from left is Maggie Anderson, Vice President, Sandra Beggs, Department of Human Services, Mary Elder, Kelli VanGinhoven, Cheryl Anderson and Jaylene Mark. Seated are Clara Adams & Erica Quinn.

Employees from Great Lakes First Federal Credit Union’s offices in Escanaba, Gladstone and Rapid River raised funds in the months of November and December. The credit union took first place in the City of Escanaba category. Whites Grocery took 1st place in the county category by raising $1,027.00 for the cause. Proceeds from the event were used to provide Christmas Gifts for the needy children and shut-ins living in Delta County, with the remaining funds being used for clothing and school supplies for children in Delta County.

 
"Toys for Tots" Donation
 

Great Lakes First Federal Credit Union employees give a collection of donated toys to the Marine Corps League for the Toys for Tots program, which distributes toys to needy area children each Christmas. Toy donations can be placed in collection boxes at a number of area businesses including Great Lakes First Federal Credit Union, Peninsula Federal Credit Union, Delta County Credit Union, Northern United Federal Credit Union and U.P. State Employees Federal Credit Union. Pictured front row left to right: Laurie Peterson, Jerry Hausmann, Lynn Deneau. Back row left to right: Jaylene Mark, Bill LaMarch, Michelle Maki, Maggie Anderson, “Moo-lah”, Richard Morrison, Debbie Dye, Jerry Rivard and Jan West.