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Rolling F Credit Union is Approved for a Field of Membership Expansion

Membership at the credit union now includes anyone who works, worships, or lives in Stanislaus or Merced counties.

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Rolling F Credit Union to Attend Community Event

Local Credit Union Seeks Opportunity to Participate in Fun-Filled Pop-Up Shop and Car Show

TURLOCK, Calif. (April 22, 2021) – The XXHop Pop-Up and Car Show event is set for May 2, just in time to kick off the summer. Rolling F Credit Union recently announced their participation in the community gathering, which will feature over 60 vendors showcasing unique products and services. The credit union sees this as the perfect opportunity to reach out to members of the community, educating them on financial services, the lending process, and saving their hard-earned money. Read More

Happy Easter

Easter is a holiday celebrated and loved by many. The popularity of the holiday raises some questions - Why is Easter a holiday? How is it celebrated? Where did its traditions come from? It’s time to dive into the history of the holiday that sells the most chocolate!

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Rolling F Credit Union Makes a Difference in the Modesto Community

Turlock credit union begins funding mortgages once again, making a lasting impact for two low-income families.

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Wrapping Up 2020

“The year is almost over!”
Typically, these words bring excitement and anticipation as the new year quickly approaches. The good, the bad, and the ugly of the year may not be forgotten, but the slate will soon be wiped clean. For many, 2021 will ring in these words like never before, as the entire world is ready for a fresh start that is very different from 2020. Who would’ve thought a pandemic would overtake millions, leave countless without jobs, and dictate political policies? We quickly found out that a seemingly harmless virus from overseas would become a super-spreader sickness in the States. I thought 2020 was supposed to be the start of the “second roaring 20s” that would bring back 1920s-style parties and classic Hollywood themes – I couldn’t have been more wrong!

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Christmas Traditions

Rolling F Credit Union has been helping members since 1948, and there have been just about 72 Christmases between then and now, which is a whole lot of presents, songs, movies, and Christmas treats later… what are some things you do to celebrate Christmas? What traditions does your family always keep?

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The Holiday Season is Here!

It’s that time of year again – living rooms smell like pine trees, candy canes are in every store, and the first frosts now cover lawns and cars. For many, this season is highly anticipated and literally the ‘most wonderful time of the year.’

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So Much to be Thankful For!

This year has been anything but ordinary. Somehow the days, weeks, and months have continued on, and we find ourselves already at Thanksgiving as the year is starting to wrap up. Where has the time gone?

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Community Matters!

It is a common phrase for organizations to say something along the lines of “we do our best to give back to the community and make a difference.” I have found that it becomes overused and insincere, almost to the point of making consumers feel the complete opposite. When was the last time you thought to yourself, “Wow! Walmart must really care about the city I live in!” The reality is, they probably don’t. Read More

Member Experience Matters

“Hi, come on in! How are you doing?”

“Good morning, thank you for calling! How can I help you today?”

“Would you like to open a Checking Account with us? We can talk about the benefits and get one started for you, just let us know.” Read More

Creating Community During COVID-19

This year has been one big surprise, and not the good kind. Who would have thought that a new and unpredictable disease would swipe over our nation and the world, leaving millions without jobs, sick, and hopeless?

The answer – no one. Read More