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NCCU Sponsors Inaugural Children’s Business Fair

Northeast Community Credit Union was the sole sponsor for the inaugural Children’s Business Fair hosted by the City of Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department. On Saturday, October 6, dozens of young entrepreneurs gathered in Cat Island Park in Elizabethton to sell their products to the public. For many of the participants it was the first […]

NCCU Sponsors Voter Education Event

Northeast Community Credit Union co-sponsored a voter education event to help inform and prepare the community before the upcoming November elections. NCCU, along with the Elizabethton/Carter County Public Library and the United Way of Elizabethton/Carter County, hosted the event at the ECCPL. At the event, East Tennessee State University Professor and political analyst Dr. Daryl […]

NCCU sponsors Roan Mountain “Happy Trails Park”

Northeast Community Credit Union is partnering with the Roan Mountain Recreation Foundation to help sponsor the “Happy Trails Park” expansion of the Roan Mountain Community Park. NCCU Roan Mountain Branch Manager Amanda Blair presented a $1,000 sponsorship donation to the RMRF to help with the development of the park. “It is always an honor to […]

NCCU donates to Recovery Soldiers Ministries

Northeast Community Credit Union’s Board of Directors recently included Recovery Soldiers Ministries in their community sponsorship efforts. NCCU President/CEO Teresa Arnold recently presented a $500 donation as part of the annual partnership to Recovery Soldiers Ministries Program Director Ben Cole. “Recovery Soldiers Ministries provides a tremendous service to our community,” Arnold said. “We want to […]

NCCU wins $5,000 by Sharing the Love

Northeast Community Credit Union was the October grand prize winner in Share the Love Campaign and won $5,000 to be donated to Assistance Resource Ministries in Elizabethton. NCCU tallied more than 15,000 votes for the month in the contest. The prize will be donated to ARM which provides monthly food boxes to families, utility and […]