We can’t believe it’s been five years since we opened our Clover branch on SC 55 East. We’ve got a week’s worth of celebrating planned and a big thank you to members in the area for supporting us.
Hey teens! Would you like to get an inside look at how credit unions work while getting a chance to earn a $1,000 scholarship at the same time? We’re looking for teens age 15-17 to serve on the Family Trust Youth Advisory Board. Service will begin in October, and board members can serve up to 3 years. You’ll meet students from throughout York County and add valuable experience to your resume.
School starts Wednesday and you bet teachers throughout York County will have their Family Trust planners nearby. This year’s planner has the theme “Educators Make a Difference” and it’s full of financial tips for teachers to use in and out of the classroom.
What do hula hoops and flip-flops, palm trees and Boogie boards have in common with saving? Plenty if you attended our Youth Celebration on Saturday at our branches on Dave Lyle branch in Rock Hill and in Clover.
Family Trust was among 70-plus individuals and businesses honored Wednesday for contributions to the Rock Hill School District’s 29 schools and Parent Smart.
Saturday will be a big day at branches on Dave Lyle Boulevard in Rock Hill and on S.C. 55 East in Clover, which will both be open to make it easy for you to open an Explorer’s Club account for your child.
Tressa Waters of Rock Hill has always rented an apartment but may take that first step toward home ownership now that’s she’s won $500 from our Movin’ On Up contest.
Family Trust has always stressed that a strong password is crucial for your security, and as of July 9, we are requiring that all MyBranch passwords be at least eight characters.
Hey teens! Looking for something to do? It won’t take a minute to apply for our 2013-2014 Youth Advisory Board. Service will begin in October and end next spring. You’ll meet students from throughout York County and learn about finances at the same time.
Home prices are up slightly and inventory is down. And the real estate mantra, “location, location, location” is holding true in the York County housing market, according to an area Realtor®.