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2018 High School Scholarship Recipients
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Scholarships

Congratulations to our 2018 High School Scholarship Recipients.

Take Dollar Dog with you on vacation
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Dollar Dog is house-broken, well-behaved and fits in a suitcase.

Submit the photo and a few words about your trip. You could win a $250 Visa® gift card for first place, $100 for second place and two other winning entries will receive $50 Visa® gift cards.*

Saturday hours coming to all TwinStar branches
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Beginning July 14th, all 20 TwinStar branches will offer Saturday hours. If you are busy (and who isn’t these days?), Saturdays are a great time to get your questions answered at your neighborhood TwinStar branch.

kasasa cash checking
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Effective June 1, 2018, the cap to earn high dividends on a Kasasa Cash account was raised from $15,000 to $25,000. This means that you can earn 2.0% APY* on the first $25,000 in your account when monthly cycle requirements are met.

Tree dedication plaque
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Community

LACEY, WASHINGTON —On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 5:00–5:30 pm, TwinStar Credit Union will commemorate 80 years of service to its members and community.

Shared Branch Services to End
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service notices

Effective July 7, 2018, TwinStar Credit Union no longer participates in the Shared Branch Network. TwinStar will continue to maintain membership in the surcharge free ATM Network which allows surcharge free withdrawals and deposits (where accepted) at thousands of locations nationwide.

Introducing LendKey
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For college graduates currently faced with high interest student loan debt, TwinStar Credit Union offers a consolidation and refinancing solution.

Save to Win is back
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SaveToWin

Sign Up Today to Be Eligible to Win $1,000

New Centralia in-store branch
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New branch to serve NW section of town from the Centralia Safeway

Olympia – TwinStar Credit Union opened a new branch inside the Safeway store at 1129 Harrison Ave, Centralia on March

Mother and daughter shopping
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Blog

When you pay with your TwinStar Visa® debit card at a check-out counter, you often have a choice between running your card as “debit” or “credit.” What’s the difference?