News & Updates

2019 Dirigo FCU Board of Directors Nominees

The nominating committee, consisting of Phil Moreau, Bob Moore, and Pauline Langlier, have nominated Basil Chadbourne, Claire Bachand, and Richard Beaulieu to Dirigo FCU’s Board of Directors for three-year terms. Election…

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2018 Ending Hunger Kickball Tournamant!

Dirigo FCU partnered with Community Credit Union to host the 1st Annual Ending Hunger Kickball Tournament.  The tournament was held on October 19th at Ingersol Arena in Auburn, where different…

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Dirigo Employees participated in the Lake Auburn Half Marathon & 5K

Dirigo employees were excited to participate in the 2018 Lake Auburn Half Marathon and 5K this past September.  

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Dirigo FCU in the Community

We have been busy volunteering in our communities!!  We were proud to sponsor the Safe Voices 5K Run to End Domestic Violence held at Bates College in Lewiston on Saturday…

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Spring Member Newsletter

Our Spring Member Newsletter is here! Read about our Auburn Branch Grand Re-Opening, April eStatement Campaign, Kasasa Checking Accounts, and more!  

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2018 Special Olympics

Staff were excited to be part of the 2018 Winter Special Olympics!  Two Dirigo FCU employees, Elizabeth & Carter, volunteered at the 2018 Special Olympics Winter Games.  They helped to…

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Equifax, What You Need to Know

Dirigo FCU wants to help our members navigate the Equifax breach.  Though this breach was not related in any way to your credit union, our commitment is to helping our…

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Lake Auburn ½ Marathon & 5K

On September 10th, we participated in the Lake Auburn ½ Marathon & 5K!

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Festival of Trees

Dirigo FCU is excited to be a tree sponsor in TWO festivals of trees this year! Our first festival is the Lewiston Kora Shriners FEZtival of Trees, happening from November 18-25.

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Ending Hunger 2017

Dirigo FCU is proud to be a part of the 2017 Maine Credit Union League Ending Hunger Campaign! In November, we will be donating $22,905 to 15 local charities, food pantries, school backpack food programs, and nonprofits.

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