ACIPCO Federal Credit Union Monthly Newsletter
March 2016
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Healthy Hearts for Harrell

    

Herman Mason (left) and Lawanda Moore (right) support Healthy Hearts for Harrell and the American Heart Association! 

 

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Warning Signs of a Heart Attack
Fast Action Can Save Lives

Some heart attacks are sudden and intense ó the "movie heart attack," where no one doubts what's happening. But most heart attacks start slowly, with mild pain or discomfort. Often people affected aren't sure what's wrong and wait too long before getting help. Here are signs that can mean a heart attack is happening:


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Hayes Career Day
Tungye Harrison Visits Hayes Elementary for Career Day

On Thursday, the 10th day of March I had the opportunity to speak with kids from Hayes Elementary School at their Career Day.

The day began promptly at 9:00 am., in the school's gymnasium .  The setting was designed to give students the opportunity to visit booths with a representative from different companies sharing details of various jobs within their companies.  Students were able to view and  and collect information on careers that they were interested in.

There was a wonderful display by ACIPCO called Foundry In A Box that gave students hands on experience with working and practicing safety on the job.


 


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Retirement Planning in Your 20s
Five best practices to jump-starting your savings


When youíre in your 20s, you are worried more about starting your career than you are about what youíll do when your career is over. Still, itís important to put down some building blocks at this point to lay a solid foundation for your financial future. Here are five tips to get…
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The Worst Passwords People Keep Using ó and How to Create Better Ones
Why secure passwords are the key to avoiding account hijackers


Passwords are some of those things that humans just donít have time for. As a result, we tend to use passwords that are easy to remember. But that means that anyone can remember them, which increases your risk of being hacked.
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Financial Mistakes the Wealthy Avoid
Ten faults to avoid in the pursuit of being rich


Unless you are already rich, you donít understand what itís like to be rich. That said, you donít know the mental challenges that have been overcome and the sacrifices that have been made to get to that level of wealth. In the pursuit of becoming wealthy, you need changes in …
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Upcoming Closings

March 25th  Good Friday

 




Movie Magic: 5 Things You Didnít Know About Pixar
Discover some of the magical secrets of your favorite animation studio


In the last 20 years, Pixar Animation Studios has become a household name.
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How to Go Green in the Garden This Spring
Enjoy your favorite outdoor hobby without any environmental concerns


Gardening is a peaceful pastime that can create a beautiful habitat for local animals, but can also be difficult to maintain due to a variety of pests and natural dangers.
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Health Benefits of Chocolate
A piece of chocolate a day keeping the doctor away? It may not be as absurd as it sounds


When one imagines the kind of indulgences that quickly derail diets, chocolate is certainly one of the first things to come to mind. It may come as something of a surprise, however, to learn that there are actually a number of health benefits to eating chocolate.
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