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2018 Annual Dinner & Meeting

2018 Annual Dinner & Meeting

We hope you can join us at this year's Annual Dinner & Meeting. Save the date, Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

One of the greatest benefits of being a member of a credit union is that you have an equal share and a vote in the credit union's operations. As a member, you are part-owner of the Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union. The Annual Dinner & Meeting is your opportunity to learn about how we're doing at the credit union and ask any questions or address any concerns that you may have. 

Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, February 14th at each FLFCU Branch. Your last day to purchase tickets is March 10th. Tickets are limited, so get yours soon. All members are welcome and eligible to vote. We hope to see you there! If you would like to reserve a table (for four or more), please contact the Marketing Department, at (315) 781-1334 ext. 123 by March 10th to make your reservation.

Enjoy dinner and a brief meeting regarding your Credit Union’s progress over the past year. The Annual Meeting is a perfect opportunity for the Chairman of the Board and President / CEO to provide reports, discuss current issues, hold an election for open Board of Directors positions, and offer members the opportunity to ask questions and share their concerns.


Club 86, Avenue E, Geneva
Cash Bar and Hors D’oeuvres - 6:00 PM
Dinner - 7:00 PM
Cost: $10 per member ($5 per CEO Club Member)
Dinner Selections: Baked Chicken, Broiled Haddock, Veal Parmesan, or Eggplant Parmesan

Election: Three (3) Board of Directors positions will be voted on for Three-Year Terms. All Board positions are strictly volunteer. Supervisory Committee volunteers are also needed. Reasons to serve on the Finger Lakes FCU Board of Directors include:

  • Believing in the Philosophy “Not For Profit, Not For Charity, But For Service”.
  • The desire to build on the tradition of quality, friendly, and personal service by providing members with up-to-date financial services to meet their ever-changing needs.
  • Wanting to increase others’ understanding of the credit union movement.

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!