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Congratulations 2014 Scholarship Recipients!

On Tuesday, April 29, Marine FCU held its annual scholarship reception at Marine FCU’s Corporate Headquarters in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Twenty-five outstanding graduating seniors were each awarded a $2,500 scholarship. Since 1986, your credit union has awarded over $478,500 in scholarships.

Group Picture l-r (front row): Joy Williams, Jacksonville Christian Academy; Taylor Dominessy, Richlands HS; Kirk McIntosh, Croatan HS; Lextin Markl, Richlands HS; Hans Harlacher, Croatan HS. (middle row): Hekima Wainaina, Heights Of The Eagle Homeschool; Harvey Hoopes, Dixon HS; Taylor Radford, Swansboro HS; Destiny Stephenson, Croatan HS; Emily Cluen, White Oak HS; Rebecca Laverick, East Duplin HS; Bria Berry, Northside HS. (back row): Jonathan Greth, Middle College HS; Timothy Hudson, Dixon HS, Job Armenta, Southwest HS; Jacob Barton, Swansboro HS; Deandre Bennett, Swansboro HS.

Individual pictures l-r (front row): Erin Hodges, Trinity HS; Mackenzie Braswell, North Duplin Jr/Sr HS; Gabe Tippett, The Oakwood School. (back row): Morgan King, Riverbend HS; Kara Perusse, Riverbend HS; Margaret Wilson, Mount Union Area HS; Caleb Campbell, Battery Creek HS.

Not pictured: Ashley Laney, Burlington Edison HS.


Marine FCU’s 20th Annual Charity Golf Tournament Nets $143,000


On Friday, April 25, 2014, players and volunteers gathered for another successful golf tournament at the Jacksonville Country Club in Jacksonville, North Carolina. A total of 45 teams played despite an afternoon shower and windy conditions.

Checks in the amount of $71,500 were presented to representatives from the USO of Jacksonville and Hope For The Warriors®. Many thanks to Outback Steakhouse for providing food for all that attended.


Marine FCU Supports Crime Stoppers


Marine FCU presented a check for $7,500 to Crime Stoppers at their BBQ fund raiser on March 27, 2014 at the Jacksonville Mall in Jacksonville, North Carolina.


Veterans Day Parade, November 2013, Jacksonville, NC


Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Walk To Cure 2013

On Saturday, November 2, Marine FCU employees volunteered to help support the JDRF Walk To Cure in Wilmington,


2013 Teen Financial Boot Camp

This summer Marine FCU conducted its ninth Annual Teen Financial Boot Camps at the Corporate Headquarters in Jacksonville, North Carolina. In August, the sixth annual session was held at the Russell Road Branch aboard MCB Quantico in Virginia. Each four-day session was a huge success. Teen Savers gained in-depth knowledge of how to successfully manage their finances. Topics included credit scores, car buying, investing, and debt managment to name a few.


2013 Marine FCU Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations!

 

Group picture l-r (front row): Megan Kellum, White Oak HS; Caroline Curtis, Richlands HS; Lauren Williams, East Duplin HS; Jordan Heritage, Jacksonville HS. (Back row): Jared Smith, Jacksonville HS; Elizabeth Neal, White Oak HS; Kelly Eplin, Northside HS; Caitlin Trexel, Dixon HS; Tyler Hagan, Topsail HS; Kristen Gibson, Lejeune HS. Individual pictures l-r (front row): Rachel Bean, Swansboro HS; Morgan Dean, North Stafford HS; Maria Wasilewski, Home Schooled. (Middle row): Clayton Richards, Osceola Fundamental HS; Augustus Vieweg, NC School of Science and Math. (Back row): John Hoioos, North Stafford HS; Rebekah Crandall, Beaufort HS. Not pictured: Kyle Hopewell, Croatan HS; Michael Reuwer, Brooke Point HS;  Shannon O’Rourke, Papillion-Lavista HS; Despina Giannopoulos, North Stafford HS.


$150,000 Raised At Marine FCU's 19th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

 

On Friday, April 26, Marine FCU held it's 19th Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Jacksonville Country Club in Jacksonville, North Carolina. A total of $150,000 was raised for the Jacksonville USO and Hope For The Warriors® ... each receiving a check for $75,000.

Marine FCU would like to thank all sponsors, players, and volunteers who helped make this event a huge success.


2013 Soft Shell Crab Festival 

 

Marine FCU employees were a big hit at the 10th Annual Port Royal Soft Shell Crab Festival in Port Royal, SC on Saturday, April 20, 2013. Our Mobile ATM received kudos from the mayor of Port Royal ,council members and festival goers. The festival is held each year by the Old Village Association in Port Royal. There was over 10,000 people in attendance. We had a raffle with 3 gifts. A cooler, filled with MFCU items and 2 coffee mugs filled with MFCU items. We gave away over 75 raffle tickets and had numerous inquiries about MFCU!

Erin hale and Lindsey Green with member David Mora, who threw on an MFCU shirt to show support (and get a laugh)!


Helena House Assisted Living Community Health Fair

 

Helena House Assisted Living Community Health Fair held on April 10, 2013 in Beaufort, South Carolina.


2012 Teen Financial Boot Camp

This summer Marine FCU conducted its eighth Annual Teen Financial Boot Camps at the Corporate Headquarters in Jacksonville, North Carolina. In August, the fifth annual session was held at the Russell Road Branch aboard MCB Quantico in Virginia. Each four-day session was a huge success. Teen Savers gained in-depth knowledge of how to successfully manage their finances. Topics included credit scores, car buying, investing, and debt managment to name a few.


2012 Marine FCU Scholarship Winners

Congratulations 2012 Marine FCU Scholarship Winners!

Pictured l-r (front row): Cassie Morris, Croatan HS; Leah Jilton, Richlands HS; Angela Petrongelli, Richlands HS. (middle row): Emily Olinger, Richlands HS; Hayley Barber, Richlands HS; Taylor Scott, Southwest HS; Morgan Drye, Dixon HS; Christopher Zirnheld, Jacksonville HS; Hank Simmons, Vice Chairman, Marine FCU Board of Directors. (back row): Christelle Geourntas, Swansboro HS; Ike Johnson, Director, Marine FCU Board of Directors, Kelsey Hernandez, Croatan HS; Monika Howard, John Hoggard HS; Tyler Norvell, White Oak HS; Michael Morrison, Northside HS; and Luis Molina, Richlands HS. Not pictured: Kassi Edwards, Sidney HS; Grace Bowman, Croatan HS.

Pictured above l-r: Christopher Potvin, Worcester Preparatory; Casey Collins, Myers Park HS; Kathryn Roys, North Carolina School Of Math And Science; and Samantha Crandall, Beaufort HS. 


 $140,000 Raised At Marine FCU's 18th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

On Friday, April 20, Marine FCU held it's 18th Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Jacksonville Country Club in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Proceeds benefited the USO and Hope For The Warriors. Each charity received $70,000.

Marine FCU would like to thank all sponsors, players, and volunteers who helped make this event a huge success.


 $18,199 Raised!

Marine FCU employees pulled together for the “CURE” at the 2012 Onslow County Relay For Life. Employees were able to raise $18,199 through fundraisers and donations to benefit  Relay For Life.


 Marine FCU Wins National Award

On March 21, Marine FCU won the national Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Award in Washington, DC.

It was awarded to Marine FCU for raising over $98,000 through their annual charity golf tournament and through employees who raised monies for the Team Little Guy Bike Challenge … volunteers rode their bikes to North Carolina military bases, finishing up at Marine FCU’s Corporate Headquarters in 2010. The proceeds went to Hope For The Warriors, a national, nonprofit organization that supports wounded U.S. service members, their families, and families of the fallen.

Pictured Above: Marty Goldman, Chairman of the Board at Marine FCU


Marine FCU Member Wins A Million And One ScoreCard Bonus Points

Between October 1-December 31, 2011, ScoreCard Rewards automatically entered Marine FCU members into A Million & More national sweepstakes each time they used their ScoreCard Rewards debit or credit card for qualifying purchases.

The grand prize was the choice of 1,000,001 Bonus Points or a 3 day, 2 night stay in Chicago with a Warehouse Dash and Grab for up to $10,000 in merchandise.

Patrick Slayton, a 24 year old Marine stationed at MCB Camp Lejeune in North Carolina was the grand prize winner and chose to take the million and one bonus points. When Mr. Slayton came into Marine FCU on Friday, February 10 to pick up the information on his winnings, he was met by MajGen Bob Dickerson (Retired), Executive Vice President of Marine FCU, and a number of very excited employees. Regina Almand, Assistant Vice President of the Member Resource Center said, “I believe the employees were almost as excited for Mr. Slayton as he was for himself. This could not have happened to a nicer young Marine and we are thrilled for him.” When asked what he planned to purchase with the Bonus Points, Mr. Slayton immediately came up with gifts for his parents, but nothing immediately came to mind for himself.


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