The Antelope Valley Credit Union has expanded into the Santa Clarita Valley and changed its name to All Valley Federal Credit Union to reflect the change.
The first branch in the Santa Clarita Valley is located within the Walmart Super Center at 26471 Carl Boyer Drive. While it’s been open to members since April, the credit union had a grand opening on Saturday with drawings, a prize wheel and activities around the KHTS fire truck and a live remote broadcast.
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Some of the items given away at the event included an iPad (winner Ruthi McCullah is pictured here with some of the credit union staff); a “gas and go” basket (won by Russell Norgrove), a “family fun” basket (won by Julian Luna), a summer “bbq sizzler” (won by Maria Sanchez), and a beauty basket that D’Andre Davila took home.
All Valley Credit Union is a “not-for-profit” financial cooperative chartered by the federal government and owned by its members. Founded in Lancaster in 1959, All Valley Federal Credit Union was created to assist education professionals in attaining their financial goals. Today, the Credit Union remains a steadfast financial partner to many Select Employee Groups. Ownership in the credit union means sharing in the profits through dividends, low loan rates, and enhanced services. It also means that you have a voice in the decisions and policies that steer our credit union.
Hours at the Santa Clarita branch are 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturdays. For more information, including membership requirements, click here.