Woburn Municipal Federal Credit Union 52nd Annual Meeting was held on June 19, 2018

The Annual Meeting was held on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 beginning at 4:30 pm at the Credit Union 8 Cedar St., Woburn, MA 01801.

Members had the opportunity to listen to reports regarding the state of the credit union and learn about the new initiatives that the credit union will be presenting to the membership in the coming months.  The credit union also awarded two scholarships to graduating high school seniors and announced the bike winners of our youth club promotion.

Because there were only three (3) nominations for three (3) spots there was no need for an election. A motion was made and second by members in attendance to accept the three (3) nominees to serve on the board. We would like to welcome the following people who will serve a three (3) year term; Carolyn Flaherty, Vincent Rivela and Kathleen McSweeney!

  • The 2018 Annual Report is available for download HERE.
  • Statement of Financial Condition is available for download HERE.

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