BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (6/7/13)--The Minnesota Credit Union Foundation recently honored two individuals for their service and contributions on foundation committees.
|Mark Cummins, left, Minnesota Credit Union Network president/CEO, presents Marty Kelly, senior vice president of marketing and business development at U.S. FCU, Burnsville, Minn., Minnesota Credit Unions for Kids Volunteer of the Year Award.|
Marty Kelly of U.S. FCU, Burnsville, and Andrea Molnau of United Educators FCU, Apple Valley, were recognized during an awards banquet at the Minnesota Credit Union Network's (MnCUN's) 2013 Annual Meeting & Convention in May.
Kelly, U.S. FCU senior vice president of marketing and business development, was honored with the Minnesota Credit Unions for Kids (MnCU4Kids) Volunteer of the Year Award. Kelly became a member of the MnCU4Kids committee in 2006 has been instrumental in the success of the Credit Unions for Kids golf tournament, annual meeting fundraiser and the Bowl-O-Rama event.
|Andrea Molnau, right, vice president of marketing of United Educators FCU, Apple Valley, Minn., was honored with the Minnesota Credit Union Foundation's Family Involvement Council Outstanding Volunteer award. Here, she receives the award from Mark Cummins, Minnesota Credit Union Network president/CEO. (Photos provided by Minnesota Credit Union Network.)|
CU4Kids is a nonprofit collaboration of credit unions, chapters, leagues/associations and business partners nationwide engaged in fundraising activities to benefit 170 Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Credit unions are the third-largest corporate sponsor of the hospitals.
Molnau, United Educators CU vice president of marketing, was chosen for the Minnesota Family Involvement Council's (FIC) Outstanding Volunteer Award for her longtime service on the committee. Currently the FIC's vice chair, Molnau has been a part of the council since 2002, and has also served as secretary.
The FIC mission is to enhance the future of the credit union movement by providing financial awareness to families. It focuses on providing scholarships to Minnesota credit union members to help further their education and to nurture their relationship with credit unions. Council members vote for the Outstanding Volunteer Award recipient.