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Dennery Credit Union Turns 30

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The Dennery Community Credit Cooperative Society Limited on Friday 17th February 2023, celebrates its 30-year anniversary since registration. This is a momentous occasion for the Cooperative who after registration in 1963, have grown leaps and bounds but still stick to the core cooperative principles that guide the operations to date.

This anniversary is one where the Cooperative reflects on the vision of late founder, Mr Hadyn Williams and Ms Patricia James who on July 12, 1983 became the first member after
saying to participants to “let us put our money where our mouth is” and acquiring three shares.

The Co-operative was officially registered on February 17, 1993. Its area of operations is the Village of Dennery and environs. At the time of registration, 230 residents of the Dennery community were members but now the Cooperative boasts a membership of over 3500 members.

To mark this celebration of 30 years, the Dennery Credit Cooperative will provide treats and tokens to members who come to the Cooperative on Friday, 17th February.

Celebrations continue with launch of the RISE mortgage promotion where loan interest rates are reduced to 5% per annum and the loan ceiling increased by 60% percent.

The Dennery Community Credit Cooperative Society Limited wishes to thank all members, volunteers, partners and well wishers for their support throughout the years and look forward to continued partnerships, patronage and many more years of service in the future.

SOURCE: Dennery Community Credit Cooperative Society Limited

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