17 Dec
2020

The best credit union in the country pays 7 times the average interest rate

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr More than 121 million Americans belong to a credit union, and if you’re not in that group, it’s worth asking yourself how come.Membership at these nonprofit financial institutions has been steadily climbing over the past several years, according to data from the Credit Union National Association, thanks to a combination of superior interest rates and minimal fees as compared to the country’s biggest banks.Because credit unions typically restrict membership to a specific geographic area, employer, or community, MONEY focused on credit unions that allow members to join from anywhere in the country, usually through a donation to a specific charitable organization, when picking the winner for our 2019 best credit union rankings.MONEY also weighed whether credit unions offered free checking and savings accounts, competitive ATM fees and interest rates, and robust online and mobile banking tools, using account data provided by our partner MagnifyMoney.com. continue reading »last_img read more

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20 Sep
2020

Lucerne Golf Club Senior Scramble results

first_imgDEDHAM — The Lucerne Golf Club will celebrate its 90-year anniversary on Sunday, July 10. Results from the club’s Senior Scrambles on Tuesday, July 5, and Thursday, July 7, are as follows:July 5: Bill Brooks, Mike Dore, Ron Snyder, Marcelle Whitney (-5); Daryl Briggs, Ron Linscott, Mike Hutchins, Dick Gassett (-5); Hank Hosking, Ed Lachance, Ted Brown, Dennis Kiah (-5); Bruce Blanchard, Bob McKenney, Russ Black, Lloyd Deans (4); Bill Ferris, Jim Awalt, Jack Hinds, Bruce Mac Gregor (-4); Ken Goldstein, Doug Deans, Bob Francis, John Somes (-4); Gardon Warner, Mark Molnar, Bob Carter, Dan Crouse (-3); Mark Johnson, Ben Sawyer, Paul Bowden, Dave Robertson (-3) Grant Standbrook, Russ Black, Carl Williams, Bob Wilks (-3); Mel McLay, Gordon Holmes, Phil Carroll, Jim Bonzey (-3); Bruce Tabor, Larry Orcutt, Richard Baker, Ron Allen (-2); Mel Bowden, Charlie Perkins, Royce Morrison, Barry Harris (-2); Kerry Woodbury, Alan Gray, Robin Young, Bob Landis. (-1). Pins: No. 2 Charlie Perkins (5.5) and No. 6 Ted Brown (9.9).July 7: Doug Deans, Tom Winston, Ken Goldstein, Ron Snyder (-6); Bob Wilks, Jack Hinds, Dave Robertson, Royce Morrison (-5); Richard Baker, Joe Guaraldo, Bob Francis, Dick Gassett (-5); Mel McLay, Daryl Briggs, Ed Lachance, Bill Ferris (-5); Bill Brooks, Alan Cust, Bob Landis, Howard Flewelling (-4); Grant Lee, Don McCubbin, Lloyd Deans, Dennis Kiah (-4); Grant Standbrook, Bob Carter, Charlie Perkins, Barry Harris (-3); Marcelle Whitney, Ted Brown, Ben Sawyer, Bruce MacGregor (-3); Kerry Woodbury, Bob Fraser, Mike Dore, Bruce Blanchard (-1); Ron Allen, Robin Young, Phil Carroll, Jim Awalt (-2); Paul Bowden, Ted Pierson, Jim Mabry, Jim Bonzey (-1); John Somes, Bob Fraser, Mark Johnson, Bob Mc Kenney (-1). Pins: No. 2 Dave Robertson (11.2) and No. 6 Grant Standbrook (3.10).This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

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