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June 2013

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June 6-29:

Off-site classes hosted through the month of June were held at West High School, Warren Village, Mi Casa, and Z-Place at Lowry Family Center.

 

June 4, 18:

On-site classes and events held through our Clear Money Program included a presentation called “Go-To-Market Strategies” hosted by Bryan Kimbell of Brand Folder and Stacey Saggese of Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute.  Denver Community also hosted our Money Makeover class where over 50 people came in attendance to learn about important budgeting tips.

 

June 20-25:

Our community partners continued to host many different events throughout the month of June that we attended as well.  These events included Golden Triangle Association’s Third Thursdays at Colefusion, Denver Public Library’s Business Breakfast, and Aurora Chamber’s Women of Business Luncheon all provided wonderful opportunities to network with business leaders and other associates throughout the community.

 

June 1:

Denver Community Credit Union was invited to participate in the 4th Annual Safe Summer Kick Off Resource Fair at Kepner Middle School through the City and County of Denver.  Over 50 private and public community organizations had participated with nearly 350 people in attendance. Special guest included a few of the Denver Nuggets' Dancers. 

 

June 6-8:

The Denver Public Library kicked off their annual Book Fair at their location and Denver Community Credit Union hosted a booth while also being a sponsor for the event. 

June 13:

The Civic Center Conservancy hosts their Annual Civic Center Eats celebration where various food trucks come down to Civic Center Park to serve food.  Denver Community Credit Union got the opportunity to host a booth with other organizations for the first month of the event.

June 29:

The Denver Housing Authority kicked off their 2nd Annual Homeownership Fair and Denver Community was there as well with a booth, along with other diverse set of partner agencies, to inform attendees about how we provide various resources and services in the greater Denver area and foster advancement in education and economic standing.  

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