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Beacon Credit Union kicks-off its 10th Annual Project Spotlight Voting


Beacon Credit Union’s Project Spotlight will kick off voting July 1, running through July 31. Everyone in the community is encouraged to vote for their favorite cause either online or in their local Beacon Member Center. Each individual may vote once per day per community. After voting, the public may share to Facebook or Twitter to encourage others to vote for their favorite organizati­on. Last year Project Spotlight received over 64,000 votes in the one month period. Nomination­s were taken earlier this spring via branch and online submission­s. Project Spotlight is a program created by Beacon Credit Union with the hope that individual­s and organizati­ons would be inspired to reach out and serve those living and working around them. There willbe winners from all 13 communitie­s where Beacon Credit Union has a full-service Member Center. The project that receives the most votes, in each community, will receive $1,000from Beacon Credit Union. Second place will receive $500, and there willbe a third placein each community randomly picked to receive $250. The total amount of money donated to charitable organizati­ons in by Beacon Credit Union through Project Spotlight will be $22,750.For the past 90 years Beacon Credit Union is proud to be part of all of the communitie­s we serve and are enthusiast­ic about joining other organizati­ons committed to Hoosiers and their communitie­s.

About Beacon Credit Union Since 1931, Beacon Credit Union has provided quality financial services responsive to the needs ofits member-owners. Serving 50Indiana counties, Beacon consists of over 46,000 members and manages assets of $1.4billion.

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PILOT FILE PHOTO Gary Treat, owner of Treat’s Squire Shop

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