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How can one three-digit number have so much influence on your daily financial life? As part of St. Mary’s Bank’s Spring Financial Education Seminar Series, the nation’s first credit union is offering a free seminar focused on understanding and managing credit.

Credit 101 is a comprehensive seminar that will highlight the importance of understanding and monitoring your credit profile and demystify the all-important credit score. The consequences of ignoring your credit rating can negatively impact some of life’s major financial milestones, including buying a vehicle, purchasing a home, or even applying for potential career opportunities.

Twenty three year old hard-working nursing student, Alexandra Lominy, is the recent recipient of a $2,400 scholarship grant awarded by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation (NHCF) from the St. Mary’s Bank Medallion Fund.

Alexandra, a second year nursing student at St. Joseph School of Nursing in Nashua, will graduate this year with her associate’s degree in nursing (ADN). Alexandra aspires to be a traveling nurse to provide medical attention to those in need in deprived countries and hopes to further her education to one day become a nurse practitioner.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Registration: 5:30 p.m.
Annual Meeting: 6:00 p.m.

St. Mary’s Bank McGregor Street Lobby
200 McGregor Street, Manchester, New Hampshire

Members age 18+, with a membership established on or before January 28, 2016 are invited to join us for our 107th Annual Shareholders' Meeting. An update on the Credit Union's 2015 financial results and other information will be presented.

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Whether you will soon be purchasing your first home or planning for your financial future, St. Mary’s Bank has a free, educational seminar to prepare you for life’s most important financial milestones.

The nation’s first credit union provides educational opportunities for members and the general public. Its Spring Financial Education Seminar Series will focus on a variety of topics including Estate Planning, First-Time Home Buying, Credit 101, Investing 101, and Identity Theft Protection.

St. Mary's Bank is providing income-eligible, first-time homebuyers with funding to assist with down payments, closing-costs, home-buyer counseling, and rehabilitation assistance.

The nation's first credit union has been approved, and is eligible for up to $150,000 in funding from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston's Equity Builder Program (EBP).

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