Attention Members!

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The pictures from our trip to The Bala Cranberry Festival which was held on October 15th, 2010 are now posted. Please go to the events section on the top left side of our homepage or follow this link. (http://www.teucu.com/events/index.html)

Congratulations to Wilbur Anderson!

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Congratulations to Wilbur Anderson for winning the 2nd draw for a movie voucher package. The draw was part of our celebration for Credit Union week and International Credit Union Day which was celebrated on October 21st, 2010. The prize is courtesy of The Personal Home and Auto Insurance.

Congratulations to Ricardo Pangindian!

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Congratulations to Ricardo Pangindian for winning the 1st draw for the automatic coin sorter. The draw was part of our celebration for Credit Union week and International Credit Union Day which was celebrated on October 21st, 2010. The prize is courtesy of The Personal Home and Auto Insurance.

Embrace Life

The commercial  was created because the cause is important to him!  He came up with this idea now being hailed across the world as a wonderfully beautiful and creative commercial. The video has gone “viral” – which in this use means has become so popular with the general public that people are forwarding it to friends/family on their own so quickly that it is/has been spread all over the world in a very short time: 

 http://embracethis.co.uk//  

Thanks for sharing Nefer!

Easy A

Easy A is a classic high school scenario that shows how one little rumour can spread like disease and how quickly it can change a person and how others see them. Emma Stone plays Olive, a high school girl who’s reputation changes for the worse when she agrees to allow guys to say that they hooked up. She originally does this out of guilt, helping those in high school who are tormented or bullied, and believe that a rumour with a hot girl will improve their reputation. This has an opposite affect on Olive, being cast with the Scarlet Letter by many. At first Olive enjoys the attention that she is getting, having the entire school talking about her, she even embraces it, until her actions begin to hurt the ones she cares about. Easy A has been compared to that of Mean Girls, and is very enjoyable. Not for younger children.