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M-O Federal Credit Union Awards $1,000 in Scholarships

Huron, SD - M-O Federal Credit Union has awarded two $500 educational scholarships to student members Sylvia Kattner and Seth Martens. In addition, M-O FCU would like to recognize Parker Broer for being awarded a $500 Credit Union Foundation of the Dakotas scholarship.

Sylvia is the daughter of Linc and Kristi Kattner, and a 2019 graduate of Huron High School. She will attend South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD and plans to major in Music Education.

Seth is a 2019 graduate of Aberdeen Central High School, and is the son of Bill and Gayla Martens. He will be attending Western Dakota Tech in Rapid City, SD this fall for Computer Aided Design.

Parker is the son of Gail Broer (President/CEO of M-O FCU) and Steve Broer, and a 2019 graduate of Huron High School. He will be attending Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown, SD, with plans to major in Ag Business.

Congratulations to these fine students and good luck in your future studies!

M-O Federal Credit Union (M-O stands for Missouri-Oahe) is located in Huron, South Dakota. The credit union was chartered in 1950 when 14 members from the US Bureau of Reclamation pooled their money together. As the Bureau of Reclamation employees were working on building the Oahe Dam at the Missouri River, traveling from Huron to Pierre each week was creating a hardship for many families. The credit union was formed to lend money to the federal employees traveling to work on the dam. Shortly thereafter, membership was expanded to include all federal and postal employees and their families. Today, they have more than 2,000 members and hold over $27M in assets.

 


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