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Check presentation, post #400, baseball, association, donation
We were excited to present a check for $3,000 to the Fargo Metro Baseball Association, Post #400! Their organization helped serve lunch to our members in August during our member appreciation week. Pictured from left to right: Accepting the donation from Post Legion Baseball #400; Kevin Kidder and...
Darrell Olson Retires Photo
Darrell Olson will retire on September 30, 2017, after 14 years of service at Town & Country Credit Union, with the last ten serving as President and CEO. An open house will be held on Thursday, September 21 st from 1pm to 3pm in the lobby of the Minot main office located at 615 South Broadway...
new hires at town and country credit union
Elizabeth Schulz has been promoted to VP Retail Manager of the Fargo market. Schulz joined Town & Country Credit Union in 2014 as a Financial Services Officer and Branch Manager in West Fargo. Originally from Wahpeton, ND, Schulz holds a degree in Finance with a minor in Economics from...
Miracle Jeans Day, September 13
Wednesday, September 13 is Miracle Jeans Day, which means Town & Country Credit Union staff will be wearing our favorite jeans to help raise funds for local children who need special medical help. All donations will benefit Sanford Children's Hospital, our local Children’s Miracle Network...
credit builder checklist
Credit cards are an important financial tool, but they need to be used responsibly. Here’s a checklist to follow: Pay more than just the minimum payment each month. If possible, pay it off each month. Use less than 30% of your credit limit. Use credit only if you're certain you can repay the debt...