Events & Seminars

2017 Credit Union Events & Seminars


Credit Union Events

SVFCU holds a number of member benefit events throughout the year. Don't miss out!

Cookouts*
January 20th
February 24th
March 24th
April 21st
May 26th
June 16th
July 7th
July 14th
July 21st
July 28th
August 18th
September 22nd
October 27th
November 17th
December 1st or 8th
* All Cookouts are Weather Permitting.

Tech Days - Camp Hill Branch
When: March 31st, April 28th, May 26th & June 23rd
Who: Members that need help signing up or becoming familiar with our online and/or mobile banking app on their devices.
Why: Starting July 1st, 2017 we will be charging a fee to members that receive paper statements.
Please bring all devices (laptops, phones, tablets, etc.) that you need assistance with!

Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 15th

Ages 4 & Younger - 10:00 a.m.
Ages 5-9 - 10:15 a.m.
Ages 10 & Up - 10:30 a.m.
Please arrive early for enough time to sign in!

Rain or Shine;
Come and find;
Easter Eggs Galore,
Come Have Fun;
Let's Hope for Sun;
Goodies, Treats & More.


Earth Day: Shred Event
Saturday, April 22nd

Free-up space, eliminate unnecessary theft and security risks, and get rid of old, outdated and useless files.

When:

The shred event will take place rain or shine in the parking lot of the Hartzdale Drive, Camp Hill office from 9:00 to 12:00 (or until truck reaches capacity). Safe and secure paper shredding will be performed on-site by Higher Information Group and you are welcome to witness the destruction of all materials.

What to Bring:

Documents you may want to bring for shredding include old financial statements, out-of-date insurance or prescription documents, old check registers, unwanted paper checks, medical and decades-old tax records, unwanted credit card offers, etc.

What Not to Bring:

This shred event is strictly for paper and file folder recycling, so no plastic, glass, cardboard, trash or other non-paper contaminants, please. You may leave in staples, paper clips, and rubber bands.

Quantity Limit:

Bring up to three 16-gallon black trash bags or equivalent of paper per person. The quantity should be such that a person of average strength can lift or carry it. Members will be asked to take their empty boxes or bags with them after the documents have been shredded. SVFCU and Higher Information Group are not responsible for information that is abandoned, lost, or left unattended at the event prior to or after the shredding process.

After shredding, the material will be recycled to provide a benefit to the environment as well as protecting the security of your personal information.


Marigolds with Mom - Saturday, May 13th @ 10:30 a.m.
Come plant a memory with your mom @ SVFCU!
Who: Star Kids & Saver Club Members with their Moms
What: Plant a potted flower in honor of Mother's Day
Where: Camp Hill Branch
Please RSVP to MaryKate by Thursday, May 11th


Donuts with Dad
Saturday, June 17th

Shred Event
Saturday, September 23rd

Free-up space, eliminate unnecessary theft and security risks, and get rid of old, outdated and useless files.

When:

The shred event will take place rain or shine in the parking lot of the Hartzdale Drive, Camp Hill office from 9:00 to 12:00 (or until truck reaches capacity). Safe and secure paper shredding will be performed on-site by Higher Information Group and you are welcome to witness the destruction of all materials.

What to Bring:

Documents you may want to bring for shredding include old financial statements, out-of-date insurance or prescription documents, old check registers, unwanted paper checks, medical and decades-old tax records, unwanted credit card offers, etc.

What Not to Bring:

This shred event is strictly for paper and file folder recycling, so no plastic, glass, cardboard, trash or other non-paper contaminants, please. You may leave in staples, paper clips, and rubber bands.

Quantity Limit:

Bring up to three 16-gallon black trash bags or equivalent of paper per person. The quantity should be such that a person of average strength can lift or carry it. Members will be asked to take their empty boxes or bags with them after the documents have been shredded. SVFCU and Higher Information Group are not responsible for information that is abandoned, lost, or left unattended at the event prior to or after the shredding process.

After shredding, the material will be recycled to provide a benefit to the environment as well as protecting the security of your personal information.


Kids Pumpkin Fest @ SVFCU
Saturday, October 28th

Pictures with Santa
Saturday, December 2nd


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