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Tobacco Valley Teachers FCU Announces Teacher Grant Recipients

Enfield, CT – November 9, 2022 - The Tobacco Valley Teachers Federal Credit Union (TVTFCU) in Enfield, CT is pleased to announce the recipients of their 2022 Teacher Grant Award. The credit union began this program in an effort to assist their members who are educators in funding equipment, supplies or training.

The recipients this year are Taryn Jennings, Language Arts Consultant at Enfield Street School and Jane Vyce, Speech/Language Pathologist at East Windsor Middle School.

Ms. Jennings is using her grant funds to purchase a Little Free Library which will be installed outside of the school to allow students access to books in order to inspire them to become life long readers.

Ms. Vyce is using her grant funds to purchase speech therapy materials including vocabulary, language and reasoning books and photo cards. These will help students who are affected by skill deficits by increasing their vocabulary and grammar skills which will lead to improved comprehension of spoken and written materials.

“With increasing restraints on budgets and funding for educators, we wanted to offer some assistance. Our grant is open to our members who are educators at schools within our field of membership. Two grants are available annually. It is our hope that this funding will add to the level of education that is offered to our area students.” said Lori Triba, Manager/CEO for the Tobacco Valley Teachers Federal Credit Union.

For more information about the credit union, visit their website: www.tvtfcu.org, find them on Facebook,
visit their YouTube Channel: tvtfcuinenfield, call them at 860-253-4780 or stop by their office which is located
at 182 South Road in Enfield. 

The Tobacco Valley Teachers Federal Credit Union (TVTFCU) is a not-for-profit, member owned, financial co-operative which has been serving its members since 1936. Financial services include savings and checking accounts, youth accounts. online account management, a variety of loans, mortgages and more. TVTFCU’s field of membership is open to all public and non-public school employees who work in the towns of Enfield, East Windsor, Windsor, Windsor Locks, Suffield and Somers, Connecticut; Enfield High School students; employees of Community Health Resources; employees, commissioners and volunteers of the Enfield Fire Department; persons retired as pensioners or annuitants from the above employment; immediate family or household of existing members; plus spouses of persons who died while within the field of membership of this credit union.


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