ELGA Credit Union hosts ribbon cutting at newest branch

Officials from ELGA Credit Union cut the ceremonial ribbon to officially open the new branch in Grand Blanc Township. Photo by Lania Rocha

Officials from ELGA Credit Union cut the ceremonial ribbon to officially open the new branch in Grand Blanc Township. Photo by Lania Rocha

GRAND BLANC TWP. — ELGA Credit Union, along with its board of directors, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of its newest branch.

The event took place Friday at the credit union’s 14th branch, located on Grand Pointe Blvd. and Hill Road in Grand Blanc Township.

Construction continues on the 11.5- acre site as the credit union expects to open a 62,800-square-foot headquarters building next year.

“We are excited to open our doors in Grand Blanc to better serve our members,” said Karen Church, ELGA CEO. “We look forward to serving Grand Blanc citizens, businesses, and municipalities. We plan to be a pillar in the community providing essential financial services and being involved in local events.”

The full-service branch is 4,400 square feet and features four state-of-the-art ATM machines offering extended hours for teller service.

The credit union is celebrating the newest branch with loan rate specials, and those interested may visit the branch to take advantage of these special rates through May 31.

Serving members since 1951, ELGA Credit Union is a not-forprofit cooperative formed, owned and operated with a single purpose: People Helping People.

Simply put, anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers, or attends school in the State of Michigan is eligible to join. To learn more about ELGA Credit Union, visit www.ELGACU.com. L.R.