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  1. 1. Page 1 Chapter Chatter About our presentation Page 1 About Our Speakers Page 2 Speakers Continued Page 3 Community Corner Page 4 Table of Contents WillametteWaves WILLAMETTECHAPTEROFCREDITUNIONS ASSOCIATIONOFOREGON October 2010 Willamette Chapter October Meeting! Date: Wednesday, October 27th Time: 6:00 pm Where: Boulevard Grill 2123 Franklin Blvd. Eugene, Oregon 97403 Cost: $18 per attendee No host bar will be available RSVP: Notify your board representative or email attendee count to Amy Klein at AKlein@OregonCommunityCU.org or phone (541)681-6966 by the end of day Friday, October 22, 2010. Topic: October 27th-Volunteerism and Public Service opportunities. Speakers will include: Laura Illig from Community Youth Partners Alexa Sharps from Children’s Miracle Network Nancy Guardino from The Register Guard NIE The Heart Gallery
  2. 2. Page 2 Our Speakers: Laura Illig Laura is the current VP of Marketing at SELCO. Prior to moving to Eugene, Laura was a Vice President in Marketing for Citigroup in New York City and London, England and has more than 15 years’ experience in marketing, human resources and organizational develop- ment. She has a bachelor’s degree from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts and an MBA from the University of Rochester. Laura joined CPY-BBBS’s board because of her experience in other cities as a mentor for troubled teens and her strong belief in the power of mentoring for changing lives. Laura lives in Eugene with her husband, a UO law professor, and her 8 year old daughter. Laura has served on the Board of Directors at Committed Partners for Youth/Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lane County for five years. The Board is charged with fundraising, setting strategic direction for the agency, and financial and managerial over- sight. She has also served on the Board of the Oregon Pacific Chapter of the American Red Cross, the Board of the Eugene- Springfield Leadership Program, and on the Board of the Arts and Business Alliance of Eugene. Committed Partners for Youth is a non-profit mentoring agency servicing youth-in-need in the Eugene/Springfield community. They serve youth (ages 6 to 17) through our partnerships with Eugene/Springfield elementary schools, middle schools, social services agencies and the juvenile court system. http://www.committedpartners.org/index.html Alexa Sharps Alexa was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon, spending a short time in Seattle, Washington after college. She is a loving wife and has been the Director of Children’s Miracle Network for the past 3 years. She dove into the fundraising role when she moved back to Eugene in 2007, and has fallen in love with the children and families that Sacred Heart Medical Center is privileged to impact on a daily basis. http://www.childrensmiraclenetwork.org/Index.aspx Children’s Miracle Network is a charity that raises funds for more than 170 children’s hospitals. Donations to Children’s Miracle Network are used to provide charitable care, purchase life-saving equipment, and fund research and education programs that save and improve the lives of 17 million children each year. The or- ganization has since evolved into a worldwide force in fundraising, raising nearly $4 billion over the past 27 years.
  3. 3. Page 3 WILLAMETTE CHAPTER OF CREDIT UNIONS To Educate and Preserve the "People Helping People" Credit Union Philosophy Board of Directors Norm Phillips President 541-686-5325 nphillips@selco.org Christopher Nunes Vice-President 541-681-6178 cnunes@oregoncommunitycu.org Katrina Banton Treasurer 541-681-6140 kbanton@oregoncommunitycu.org Teri Landrum Recording Secretary 541-686-2934 x5002 tlandrum@nwcu.com Kari Morrison Communications Coordinator 541-744-4418 kmorrison@nwcu.com Valerie Malos Director at Large 541-988-9059 vmalos@registerguardfcu.org Jennifer Ward Director at Large 541-338-3871 jward@selco.org Letters to the Board: We welcome any comments from our members. Please feel free to contact any Board member. Speakers Continued: The mission of The Register-Guard's Newspaper in Education program is to promote literacy, broaden students' community and global perspectives and to provide area educators with a powerful teaching tool. With integrity, the program is grounded in the belief that use of the newspaper is an essential element in the formation of citizenship. And for more than a decade, The Register-Guard, with support from sub- scribers and local businesses, has helped educators and students use the newspaper as valuable, credible tool for instruction in both school and home settings. A Family For Every Child, a nonprofit organiza- tion, began with Christy Obie-Barrett and dozens of dedicated, passionate volunteers. Founded in 2006, AFFEC developed into an organization fo- cused on finding permanent and loving adoptive homes for Oregon's waiting children. They in- tend to develop programs that assist special- needs/challenging-to-place foster children in finding their own Forever Families. http://www.afamilyforeverychild.org/ CUAO CALENDAR http://www.cuao.org/ Board of Directors Christopher Nunes President 541-681-6178 cnunes@oregoncommunitycu.org Kari Morrison Vice President 541-744-4418 kmorrison@nwcu.com Christi Manning Treasurer 541– 338-3802 cmanning@selco.org Teri Landrum Recording Secretary 541-686-2934 x5002 tlandrum@nwcu.com Amy Klein Communications Coordina- tor 541– 681-6966 aklein@oregoncommunitycu.org Jennifer Ward Director at Large 541-338-3871 jward@selco.org Janelle McKirdy Director at Large 541-988-9059 jmckirdy@registerguardfcu.org Employment Law Workshop - Portland 10-19-2010 eTrain Webinar: Performing Analysis Required by Regulators 10-20-2010 IRA Essentials 10-20-2010 eTrain Webinar: CU Advocate Training 10-21-2010 IRA Advanced 10-21-2010 2010 Account Administration Seminar - Brookings 10-26-2010 eTrain Webinar: Imaging & Retaining Documents: What Holds Up in Court? 10-28-2010 eTrain Webinar: Compliance Require- ments for Opening Deposit Accounts Online 11-3-2010 eTrain Webinar: Plastic Card Fraud 11-10-2010 eTrain Webinar: IRS Reporting Require- ments Update 12-2-2010 eTrain Webinar: Liquidity Practices 12-8-2010
  4. 4. Page 4 SELCO Community Credit Union teamed up with Food for Lane County for an extremely successful food drive! Their goal was 4,500 lbs of food and they received well over 6,000 lbs in just 2 weeks!! Way to go SELCO!! Community Corner Willamette Chapter of Credit Union Members: Credit Union Association of Oregon (CUAO) Laneco Federal Credit Union Bi Mart Federal Credit Union Oregon Community Credit Union O.U.R. Federal Credit Union Register-Guard Federal Credit Union Northwest Community Credit Union SELCO Community Credit Union Credit Union Branches in the Willamette Chapter First Tech Credit Union OnPoint Community Credit Union Oregonians Federal Credit Union Pentagon Federal Credit Union Oregon Community Credit Union has been awarded the Re:Think Award from BRING Recycling. RE:think Business offers Lane County businesses free, confidential advice and support on practical ways to trim waste and save money. Their trained efficiency advisors provide one-on-one assistance in: Waste prevention and recycling; Energy efficiency and conservation; Water conservation; Water quality and Purchasing RE:think businesses receive: Free customized assistance; Information on financial incentives; Detailed, personalized recommenda- tions; Free resources, including water saving devices, posters, and educational mate- rials; and Public recognition For More Information: http://www.bringrecycling.org/home/brg/page_190/ First Tech Credit Union sold it’s ONE MILLIONTH Duck for the Great Rotary Duck Race!!!! First Tech and Bi-Mart teamed up to fight the fight against child abuse, the race was incredibly victori- ous and also a good time, Cheers First Tech! INTERNATIONAL CREDIT UNION DAY 2010 On October 21, take the opportunity to show your current members how much you appreciate them and encourage prospective members to join. Community Corner

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