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InUnison Published quarterly for the members of Unison Credit Union.

Summer 2013 | No. 155

We start with you!

What it means to be a part of the Unison Family The Schuh’s were building both a new business and family when they came to Unison Credit Union. Emily and Jon each belonged to other credit unions, but wanted to find one that was convenient and fit their needs without an exorbitant amount of “fees and hoops to jump through.”

Text banking is our newest service that

Jon stopped in the Kaukauna South branch and met with one of Unison’s Financial Services Representatives. “Erika [Arnoldussen] made opening an account with Unison feel personal, comfortable and a ton of fun to work with,” he said. That was just the beginning.

allows you to request and receive basic account information via text message. It is as secure as mobile or online banking. No detailed personal information is sent and you view accounts by nicknames, not account numbers, set by you. You can also enroll in eAlerts and receive notices via text regarding account balances, electronic deposits, withdrawals or when a payment is due. To learn more about Text Banking, check out our website, log in to your It’s Me 247 online banking account or stop in and talk with one of our helpful Financial Services Representatives.

As the Schuh family and business grew, so did their need for more products and services. Emily said that throughout the years Unison “has helped us in so many

different areas of our life; including extra money for our wedding, our vehicles and of course helping Jon’s business grow.” One of Emily’s favorite credit union services, to keep all the business and personal finances organized, is It’s Me 247 online banking. She and Jon use it consistently throughout the day and do not know where they would be without it! The couple recently expanded IJ’s Finish Experience and opened a flooring and remodeling store, Schuh~Less Flooring and Remodeling, LLC, located on the west side of Appleton. They offer a variety of flooring products as well as full kitchen and bath remodeling. When Emily and Jon aren’t working, they enjoy spending time out in Little Chute and Kaukauna. They love meeting new people, especially other members of the Unison family. Thank you, Schuh’s, for choosing Unison!

Serious Savings Gift Card winner

Moola Kids’ Club $25 winner

upcoming events

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Unison is proud to sponsor Rebuilding Together Fox Valley Project Day!

Moola Summer Party August 3 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Badger Sports Park, Appleton Attention Moola Moola Kids’ Club members! Join Moola for mini-golfing, go-kart racing and to play on inflatables. Share a snack and make new friends! Watch your mail for more information.

Festival on the Fox August 24 Noon - Midnight We hope to see you at Mueller Park in Wrightstown for a funfilled day for the whole family! Walk for Suicide Awareness September 14 For more information or to register go to: walkforsuicideawareness.org

Downtown Kaukauna Farmer’s Market Fall Fest September 14 7:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Farmer’s Market vendors PLUS live music and lots of great food! There will also be fire trucks, police cars, live entertainment, games, facepainting and inflatables for the kids! Kermis Dutch Festival September 21 Main Street, Little Chute 8:00 a.m. - Midnight The 30th annual Kermis Dutch Festival is your chance to celebrate Dutch heritage. Enjoy arts & crafts, food, entertainment and music during this fun-filled event.

We are excited to announce our 2013 Unison Credit Union John Aman Memorial Scholarship recipients! This year, Unison is proud to present four $1,000 scholarships. The awards are given in memory of John Aman, the first CEO of Unison Credit Union. His commitment to the credit union industry and community were evident through his passion for volunteerism and putting the needs of our members first. Winners were selected based on their ability to demonstrate the credit union philosophy of “people helping people” through volunteerism and giving back to their communities. The following students are recipients of Unison Credit Union’s 2013 John Aman Memorial Scholarships: Ben Shortess, a Kaukauna High School graduate, has logged many hours of service through his work with the Community Blood Center, Project Linus, Safe Kids, Outagamie Historical Society, Key Club, Soccer Booster Club and Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry. Ben will attend UW-Oshkosh in fall to study International Business and Spanish.

Unison kids’ tent at the Downtown Kaukauna Farmer’s Market.

Ben Luitjens, a Little Chute High School graduate, has volunteered at the Salvation Army, for the MDA summer camp as a camp counselor, was part of the Outreach Program for Soccer to help children with special needs play soccer and coached for the Heart of the Valley Soccer Association. Ben will attend Carroll University in the fall to pursue a degree in Exercise Science. Amanda Boylan, a Wrightstown High School graduate, has given back to her community through volunteering at the Salvation Army, Green Bay Botanical Gardens, Angels’ Nursing Home, Art Street, the New Zoo, Brown County Library and at her church. Amanda will attend the University of MinnesotaTwin Cities to study graphic design and architecture. Kelsey Latimer, a Brillion High School graduate, has logged numerous hours with the National Honor Society, the Salvation Army, Sting Cancer, teaching summer school and teaching vacation Bible school at her church. Kelsey will attend Viterbo University to study nutrition.

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Unison “U-Crew” participating in the Big Cheese parade during Cheese Fest in Little Chute.

Unison is proud to sponsor the Firecracker 5k walk/run in Kaukauna on the 4th of July! We had 43 walkers on Team Unison this year!

With wherever you go — Unison goes with YOU!

Ben Shortess

Ben Luitjens

Take Unison with you whenever and wherever you go! Enjoy the convenience of online, mobile and text banking combined with the satisfaction of saving resources.

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Amanda Boylan

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Get off to a Smart Start! We are committed to helping our members invest in higher education. That is why Unison has partnered with Sallie Mae® to offer the Smart Option Student Loan®. The Smart Option Student Loan® offers you a convenient and affordable way to pay for college expenses not covered by scholarships or federal loans.

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Hours

Lobby Drive-up Monday 9:00 - 5:00 7:30 - 5:00 Tuesday 9:00 - 5:00 7:30 - 5:00 Wednesday 9:00 - 5:00 7:30 - 5:00 Thursday 9:00 - 6:00 7:30 - 6:00 Friday 9:00 - 5:00 7:30 - 5:00 Saturday 8:00 - 12:00* 8:00 - 12:00* *Unison’s Kaukauna South, Little Chute and Wrightstown branches are open on Saturdays.

Locations

Kaukauna South Kaukauna North Little Chute Wrightstown Ghost Branch Mustang Money

As of June 30, 2013 Assets..................................... $169,971,431.94 Deposits................................. $148,736,007.92 Loans...................................... $120,320,153.00 Reserves................................... $19,047,251.39 Members................................................ 18,087

1616 Crooks Avenue, Kaukauna, WI 54130 1000 Hyland Avenue, Kaukauna, WI 54130 2001 Freedom Road, Little Chute, WI 54140 465 School Street, Wrightstown, WI 54180 Kaukauna High School Commons Little Chute High School Commons

Questions?

Call us at 920-766-6000 or toll free at 1-888-878-8806. Visit us online at unisoncu.org. Email us at mail@unisoncu.org. Unison Credit Union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration.

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Join Moola Moola and Unison at the kids’ club summer party! cation New party lo this year!

Saturday, August 3

9:00am - 10:30am Badger Sports Park - Appleton RSVP with child’s name(s) & phone number

by Wednesday, July 31 to moolamoola@unisoncu.org or call 920-766-6000

*Moola Moola Kids’ Club Members Only*


InUnison summer 2013