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Welcome to the new TwinStar Credit Union website

Our new website provides an updated look, easier navigation, and a more convenient experience for you. You'll be able to see the same information you saw on our previous site. Please take a moment to check it out. Thank you for your continued membership.

TwinStar Credit Union

Member Services

1.800.258.3115
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Sat: 9:30 am-2:00 pm
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Keep your business moving

Go with a TwinStar commercial vehicle or equipment loan.

Current rates

Qualified APY*
3.00%
APR† as low as
3.24%
Purchase APR†
11.00%
APY* ($500 Minimum)
2.12%

Classroom Cash

Each year TwinStar Credit Union awards grants to a variety of educators throughout our service area

Latest News, Blog & Events

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If you’re a victim of identity theft or just want to stay prepared, this webinar is a must. You’ll learn about the different types of identity theft as well as proven steps you can take to minimize its impact.

Scams to watch out for
Riiiing! You race for the landline, but the caller has already hung up—after just one ring. How rude! You thumb through the Caller ID, poised to give your mysterious caller a ring back when you note the strange area code.
2016 High School Scholarship recipients (pictured left to right)
Congratulations to our 2019 High School Scholarship recipients. Keila Kruse – Olympia HS (Dewey Noblitt Memorial Scholarship) Jannah R, Koetje – Tenino HS (Jack Jutte Scholarship Award) Shelby N. Foister – W.F. West High School Josey M. Rosbach – W.F. West High School April K.
Onalaska Branch Manager Erin McKinnel pictured here with representatives from the Morton School District.
More than 60 different elementary schools and their school districts were awarded funds to help eliminate the growing school lunch debt problem. The TwinStar Community Foundation paid all the school lunch debt in our service area for elementary schools in Lewis and Grays Harbor Counties and half the school lunch debt in Thurston County.