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Now Accepting CUDE Scholarship Applications
The Louisiana Credit Union Foundation and the Young Professionals Network (YPN) are now accepting applications for the 2020 Credit Union Development Education Program (CUDE) Scholarship.

We will be awarding one scholarship to a credit union professional that has demonstrated ,through their actions, their passion and commitment to credit unions. The deadline to submit your completed application and reference letter is November 30

The recipient of last year's scholarship, Crystal Abshire from Campus FCU, had this to say about her experience:

"This program made me grow not just as an employee but as an individual. The Credit Union movement is about giving back and being more than just an employee, it is about being that ripple in the water that will flow through the credit union and communities to spread the word and helping hand of credit unions around the world. As I continue to navigate  my path in the credit union movement as well as life I will 'Trust the Process' and make waves one ripple at a time! I am truly grateful for this opportunity."

Giving Back to Local Businesses Has Never Been So Easy; Get Your CU Involved
Let's work together to increase CU awareness and give back to local businesses by participating in our 8th Annual CU Lunch Local event during the week of October 14-18.

LCUL provides everything you need to get in on the action. All we need is your participation (which is super easy). Once again, we will be rewarding credit unions for their participation by asset size so don't forget to submit your totals.

Ready to be a part of something special? Sign up and get your participation packet today! Click here for more information on the initiative.
LCUL's New Marketing Toolkit Helps Boost Content, Engagement with Members
It's here: LCUL's fourth quarter Marketing Toolkit, providing ready-to-go content to share with your members via your credit union's communication channels (newsletters, websites, blogs, social media outlets, etc) To aid with your marketing workload, we provide these pre-fabricated articles, social media posts, and graphics for you to use as you see fit.

The League is available to offer assistance with using the information. To help maximize this resource or to start receiving the monthly toolkit, reach out to Lacey H. Weaver, Senior VP of Member Engagement.
Is Your Vehicle Repossession Process Compliant? See What KRP Has to Say
Credit unions across the country have been receiving class action litigation related to insufficiencies found in repossession notices. Although the risk remains low in Louisiana, the increased litigation triggers an opportunity for credit unions to review procedures and forms for self-help repossessions.
We reached out to LCUL strategic partner Kudlis, Reisinger, Price Law Firm (KRP) and here's what they had to say on the matter.