Orange kayak on a lake
The summer weather means spending time on the water. From canoeing, kayaking, motor boating, or fishing among our many waterways in the Pacific Northwest, it’s important to be safe. Before you head out on the water, know the current and forecasted weather conditions.
better together with NWCU
The Board of Directors and Leadership Team of TwinStar Credit Union have officially announced plans to merge with Northwest Community Credit Union (NWCU).
Person holding a phone and checking credit card.
We are here to make banking easy for you and put you in control of your finances. Meet Card Control, a new feature built into the digital banking platform to help mange your Visa® Cards. Easily turn your card off or on and set up alerts using the TwinStar mobile app or online banking.
Black family in a kitchen preparing food and celebrating Juneteenth.
Juneteenth, June 19th, is a celebration of the end of slavery in our country. On June 19, 1865, enslaved Black Americans in Galveston, TX, were freed by Union troops.
RV under a starry sky.
If you’re thinking of road-tripping your summer getaway, think RVs. Motorhomes, travel trailers, or campervans are growing increasingly popular as more families hit the road for a true American adventure that’s easier on the wallet and heavy on the fun.
Rainbow flag with people under it at a celebration
Pride Month not only celebrates the influence LGBTQ people have globally, but also recognizes the continuing struggle for equal rights.
Jewish American Heritage Month
May marks Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM), which recognizes and celebrates American Jews’ contributions to American history and culture. President George W.
National Mental Health Awareness Month
Started by the Mental Health Association in 1949, the main goals of National Mental Health Month are to educate the public about mental illnesses, the realities of living with them, and strategies for attaining mental health and wellness.  According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of Amer
Children of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage playing on the playground.
In 1992, the month of May was officially designated as Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. May was chosen for celebrating AAPI heritage to commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese to the U.S.
Photo of earth from outerspace
Earth Day was created in 1970 by Senator Gaylord Nelson to bring awareness to environmental issues on the table. In December 1970, Congress created the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to oversee environmental issues and regulations.