OTIS Federal Credit Union in Jay recently donated a total of $1,200 to area school lunch programs and heating assistance funds. From left are Laura Lorette, RSU 73 food service director, Kim Turner, OTIS President and CEO; and Sarah Hayes, OTIS director of marketing and communications.

JAY — OTIS Federal Credit Union commemorated International Credit Union Day on Oct. 17 by making donations to area school lunch programs and to local heating assistance funds.

OTIS donated a total of $1,200 to help offset student lunch debt within area schools. Each of the six districts falling within the credit union’s field of membership received $200 to pay down past-due meal accounts: RSU 73 in Jay, SAD 58 in Phillips, RSU 9 in Farmington, SAD 52 in Turner, RSU 38 in Readfield, and RSU 78 in Rangeley.

In addition to the lunch program donations, OTIS donated $200 each to Rural Community Action Ministry’s Heating Fund and the United Way of the Tri-Valley Area’s heating assistance program via The Very Basics Fund.


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