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Quarterly Newsletter for July 1, 2016
Dates to Remember

Monday, July 4th We are closed in observance of Independence Day
                             Join us at the Moose Lake 4th of July Parade at 10am
Thursday-Saturday, August 18-21st
We'll be at the Carlton County Fair
Monday, September 5th We are closed in observance of Labor Day
 
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Fraud Alert!

NEVER give your Online Banking log in details to anyone.
If you notice any suspicious activity on your Online Banking, email us at nwcu@northwoodscu.org or contact our Member Service team at 218-879-4181 for assistance.
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System Upgrade

We will be updating our system October 1st to better serve you. There will be some downtime while we get everything up and running.  We'll have more information for you as it gets closer.



Edward Grondahl
Northwoods Retirement & Investment Services with Ed Grondahl

What steps might help you sustain and grow your retirement savings? Click below to read Ed's article regarding Reducing the Risk of Outliving Your Money in retirement.

NRIS 3rd Quarter Article
Steve's Computer Tip #120

Learn more about how to keep your kids safe on the Internet by clicking the article link below.

Steve's 3rd Quarter Tip
Employee Spotlight

We are starting this quarter with an Employee Spotlight section of our newsletter. With each quarterly newsletter, we'll introduce you to one of our employees and tell you a little more about them! 

This quarter we would like to introduce you to Terry Burn, our Lending Vice President. Terry was hired this year and previously held a senior lending position and brings 25 years of credit union experience in lending and management.  He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point in Managerial Accounting and Business Administration.  Please keep reading below for Terry's thoughts on joining the Northwoods Credit Union team.

"I could tell the minute I walked through the doors that Northwoods Credit Union was different. Everyone is so eager to help. The staff takes the time to get to know you and your story. We want to help not only when things are going well but to also help you through your rough times.
In getting to know the people I work with, you get the message loud and clear that the Northwoods CU staff fully believes in and takes to heart the "People Helping People" motto of the Credit Union industry. I am amazed at the work our employees do out in the community and the pride they show on behalf of the credit union."  Terry Burn
Northwoods Credit Union | 219-879-4181 | nwcu@northwoodscu.org | www.northwoodscu.org 
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