Monday, November 16, 8:30 a.m.
To do our part in protecting our employees and members and reduce transmission of the COVID virus as we head into the holidays, all SCU lobbies will be closed beginning today. Please remember that we can accommodate most of your needs through our branch drive-ups that will remain open during regular business hours.
While this again is a difficult decision for us to make, our top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic remains the safety of our employees and members while continuing to provide essential services.
We appreciate your patience as we navigate changes due to the pandemic.
As always, thank you for choosing to be a member of Scott Credit Union. We know you have many choices when it comes to financial services. Please know that we have always been, and will always be, With You.
President & CEO
Scott Credit Union
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