ACIPCO Federal Credit Union Monthly Newsletter
January 2016
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Healthy Hearts for Harrell
Join us in the fight against Heart Disease

Heart Disease is the #1 killer in America. On August 9, 2015, a sudden heart attack claimed the life of ACIPCO Federal Credit Union’s CEO, Mike Harrell, devastating staff, directors, and members. For this reason, we’re partnering with the American Heart Association’s “Life is Why” campaign in order to raise awareness of the dangers of Heart Disease and educate our members on the importance of being Heart Healthy.

Mike’s wife, Daphne Harrell, CEO of Heritage South Credit Union, and his son Heath Harrell, CEO of Guardian Credit Union, have also joined the cause. Each credit union has created a special account in Mike’s name (Healthy Hearts for Harrell) to accept donations*. Together, our goal is to raise $25,000 by June 1, 2016, with all the proceeds to be donated to the American Heart Association in memory of Mike Harrell. We will also participate in the Birmingham Heart Walk on June 6, 2016, and invite everyone to join our team.

Heart Disease affects us all. Please help us promote the importance of healthy living and raise vital funds to fight this killer. Do it for yourself, do it for your family, do it for Mike.

*All donations are tax deductible.




7 Areas to Focus Your 2016 Goals
Be a Better You in 2016

You might know them better as New Year’s resolutions. But whatever what you choose to call them, this is simply a time when you reassess the past year and set goals for the coming year.

Most people tend to focus their goals in just one or two areas, like losing weight …

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How to Tackle Those Holiday Bills
Methods and tips for paying off debt fast

It’s January — the holidays are over and all you have to show for it is some new socks, a bloated belly, and a hefty credit card bill from overspending on gifts. Don’t let the big numbers on these financial statements rid you of your leftover holiday cheer. Make a plan for how …
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Job Searching After Retirement
Rejoining the workforce isn’t easy - here’s how you can get started

Being “retired” looks a little different these days than it once did. Older people are taking the opportunity of not having to work for a living to do something they want to do for a living, and the options are endless.
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What to Do Before Donating Blood
A few useful tips to help make the process go smoothly the first time out

Donating blood is a worthy cause that helps countless people around the world each year. January is National Blood Donor Month; if you have never donated before, there’s never been a better time to start than right now.
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Movie Releases to Look Forward to This Year
Take the kids to this year’s biggest family-friendly movie releases

Whether you attend local cinemas with family or by yourself, films have the ability to transport you to an entirely new and magical place. If you are interested in heading out to the movie theater with your family this year, here are five releases you do not want to miss.
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Common Items You Didn’t Know You Could Recycle
Reduce your carbon footprint in 2016 by recycling more than ever before

As the New Year begins, you may find among your list of resolutions the pledge to create less waste and recycle more. According to the EPA, American consumers created 250 million tons of waste in 2010 alone; astonishingly, more than one-third of that waste was material that could have been recycled or composted. The …
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