Greater Nevada Credit Union is accepting applications for its annual academic scholarship program, which has awarded over $180,000 in scholarships since 2000. This year, Greater Nevada will award 15 scholarships for $1,000 each.
Increasing the Joy event set for Dec. 21 at Carson City Community Center, toys being collected through Dec. 18Submitted by Carson Now Reader on Mon, 12/16/2013 - 10:54am
In Partnership with Carson City and community businesses we invite you to this FREE Christmas event for child from Newborn to age Twelve and your families.
There will be FREE Christmas present for a child (one per child, while they last), FREE cookies, FREE hot chocolate, FREE Turkey Giveaways (Find the golden Christmas tree to claim your turkey), and an appearance by Santa Claus and Buddy the Elf!
Don't miss out, come Saturday December 21st, 9:00AM-11:00AM, at Carson City Community Center; located at 851 E. Williams St.
Gil Yanuck has assumed the role of Carson City Chairman of the Board effective Oct. 8 following the resignation of Chairman Lisa Stirgus who resigned because of a Wells Fargo transfer to Seattle.
Mr. Yanuck represents AARP and has been a member of the board since 2010. He will serve as chair until June 30, 2014. Joyce Whitney-Silva, Chief Financial Officer of Greater Nevada Credit Union has moved up to join the Executive Committee as Secretary/Treasurer.
A fundraiser for the family of Desiree Lynn Bragg will be held during the Carson High School Craft Fair. The fair runs Thursday, Nov. 22, from 5:00 pm ~ 8:00 pm; Friday, Nov. 23; 9:00 am to 4 pm. A booth will be in the lobby of Carson High School. Desiree, a 2011 Carson High School graduate, died Jan. 30, 2013 in a road rage incident.
Donations happily accepted. Please contact Wrenetta Nadon at (775)230-8357 or email@example.com. For cash donations, Tristan has an account at Greater Nevada Credit Union - Account # 926595
Player sign-ups, event sponsorships and raffle prize donations are underway for the 15th annual Western Nevada Golf Classic.
The annual fundraiser tees off on Friday, Sept. 27, at Eagle Valley West Golf Course in Carson City. The event provides valuable assistance to students and programs at WNC.
“The tournament offers a great day of golf and camaraderie for a good cause,” said WNC Foundation Director Katie Leao. “I’m looking forward to seeing a strong turnout.”
Food For Thought would like to think all the people who came out and supported us at our Saddle Up For Kids Events. Friday, June 28th’s dinner at the Governor’s Mansion and Saturday, June 29th’s Carnival at Mills Park wouldn’t have been as successful if not for our volunteers!
There will be a car wash fundraiser Saturday, July 13, for a local Dayton family to raise money to recover the remains of their beloved family member, Steven Larson, who passed away while working out of state.
The car wash begins at 9:30 a.m. at the S & S gas station in Dayton or donations are being taken in an account set up at Greater Nevada Credit Union under Dodey Larson in care of Steve Larson.
Please come out and help this family. The family will also be selling Steve's handmade barnyard woodwork.
See the attached flier below.
Carson City residents Ila Bottoms, Arnold Flores, Leana Garcia, Allison Blair, and Janae Johnston-Bucker are five of 14 students recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship certificate from Greater Nevada Credit Union.
Seventy students throughout northern Nevada applied for the scholarship program, which GNCU has offered for the past 14 years. Bottoms and Flores are attending Western Nevada College; Garcia is attending Great Basin College in Elko; Blair and Johnston-Bucker will be attending the University of Nevada, Reno.
Greater Nevada Credit Union will host its annual Carson City Shred Day on Saturday, June 8 from 9 am to noon.
The event will include shredding and recycling services by American Document Destruction and Offsite, child safety information and K-9 Unit appearance from the Carson City Sheriff’s Office.
Greater Nevada Mortgage (GNM) has brought on Tracy McLeod to serve as a Mortgage Consultant in Douglas County. Her diverse background encompasses more than 20 years of experience in mortgage servicing, including title, escrow and loan origination.
McLeod is an active member of the Council of Residential Specialists, the Women’s Council of Realtors and the Sierra Nevada Association of Realtors. Additionally, her efforts in the mortgage industry were recognized by the Nevada Appeal in 2008 when she was awarded Reader’s Choice for Loan Officer.
Employees from Greater Nevada Mortgage and Greater Nevada Credit Union pose with Bob the Builder at last Saturday’s Playhouse Build-a-Thon in Reno, a fundraiser for Truckee Meadows Habitat for Humanity. Thirty-three Greater Nevada employees joined other Habitat for Humanity volunteers to help raffle off five custom-built playhouses.
Carson City Chamber of Commerce Chairman of the Board Stan Jones is pleased to announce the 2013-14 Board of Directors and Officers.
Re-elected to a second three year term are Curt Spradley, owner, Carson Coffee and Carol Swanson, District Sales for Mary Kay.
Bob Tote, general manager of Costco Carson City, is new to the board and will serve a three-year term.
Gordon Gagnon, co-owner REDCO, and Joyce Whitney-Silva, COO of Greater Nevada Credit Union, have been selected to serve their first three year term advancing from a one-year Chairman’s pick slot.
This is the second year the Carson City Chamber of Commerce has organized a Home & Garden Show to showcase the many businesses that can help homeowners improve their homes and gardens.
This Saturday, April 20th, Greenhouse Garden Center will again take center stage showcasing their expertise and creativeness in creating a unique garden setting that only the professionals at Greenhouse can create. Owner David Ruf and staff will be on hand to conduct informative seminars as well.
Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU) has announced a new Vice President of Marketing and a new Member Services Manager, as well as new managers at the credit union’s Carson City and Reno branches.
The University of Nevada, Reno’s Wolf Pack Marching Band is the “Pride of the Sierra,” and you can help support them by purchasing a drum card at any Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU) branch for only $1 this January.
GNCU will match your donation, and all money raised will go toward helping fund band scholarships, provide new uniforms, and cover travel expenses so the band can continue entertaining northern Nevada families and supporting Wolf Pack Athletics.
The Carson City Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class of 2012 would like to thank several contributors for their recent donations to the Carson City Senior Center Media Room. With their help our Media Room Project turned out fantastic and has brought much joy to the Senior Citizens of Carson City! Without their generous donations this could not have been achieved. Thank you again and Happy Holidays!
Special thanks to the following donors:
Ronni Hannaman - Chamber of Commerce
Toby De Luca - EmpRes Healthcare Management, LLC
Around 35 Carson City students from Carson High School’s MASH (Mandatory Academic Study Hall) program recently participated in “Bite of Reality”, a hands-on simulation program in which they were given a fictional occupation, salary, spouse and family, student loan debt, credit card debt, and medical insurance payments.
Greater Nevada Credit Union announced that it has three positions available on the Board of Directors for three-year terms beginning March 19, 2013. Applications for the three positions are being accepted until November 12, 2012.
The Board of Directors sets the strategic course for the credit union and oversees its general activities. Directors serve as volunteers and therefore receive no compensation. However, Greater Nevada does cover the costs of training that its Directors may need in order to be more effective. To qualify for nomination as a Director, a Greater Nevada member must:
Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU) will host its annual Carson City Shred Day on Saturday, October 13 from 9 am to noon. The event will take place in the parking lot at the credit union’s Eagle Station branch, located at 451 Eagle Station Lane. Community residents are invited to drop off as much personal paper documentation they would like to safely destroy and recycle. Documents must be removed from binders, though attached staples and paper clips are acceptable.
One of the finest classes of the Carson City Chamber of Commerce Leadership Institute graduated Thursday. Though a small class, they were mighty and bonded well. Over the course of 2012, they shared many wonderful experiences meeting community leaders and learning about our unique community. Following the graduation ceremony, the official dedication and ribbon cutting of the Carson City Senior Center Leisure Hour Room was held. Mayor Robert Crowell and Senior Center Director Janice McIntosh cut the ribbon as the new graduates looked on.
Fifteen students received $1,000 scholarships from Greater Nevada Credit Union for the upcoming school year. More than 64 students applied for the program, which the Credit Union has offered to local students for the past 13 years.
“It’s our pleasure to provide financial support to some of the region’s best students so they can continue their education,” said Wally Murray, President/CEO for Greater Nevada Credit Union.
Bring your canned foods and non-perishables to benefit the Salvation Army's food drive!
Food barrels are available at three Greater Nevada Credit Union branches. Stop by our branch in North Carson, on Eagle Station Lane in South Carson, or our Dayton branch between now and July 13, 2012 to make your contribution.
Thanks for supporting our community!
Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU) held its 63rd Annual Meeting on March 13, 2012 at their headquarters in Carson City. At the meeting 163 individuals were recognized for attaining 35 years of membership with GNCU over the past year. Since GNCU began the recognition program in 2008, more than 500 members have been recognized for achieving that milestone.
During the Annual Meeting, GNCU also announced the new Board of Directors, comprised of the following individuals who volunteer their time and are elected by members to oversee the direction of their credit union:
On March 2, Greater Nevada Credit Union's Eagle Station Branch in Carson City held an Employee Appreciation Day, which also coincided Dr. Seuss' birthday. The celebration included a green eggs and ham breakfast for employees, and Dr. Seuss themed decorations and brain teasers.
A dozen Carson High School Students recently learned the importance of building and maintaining good credit. The goal was to provide knowledge that would make them more savvy borrowers.
Four 90-minute classes held January 26 and 27 were taught by Jesse Hartford, Consumer Loan Specialist, and Jackie Tilton, Consumer Loan Processer, both from Greater Nevada Credit Union (GNCU). Topics included interest rates and accruals and different types of loans.
Carson City Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Club will meet March 6 at 7:30 a.m. at Greater Nevada Credit Union, 451 Eagle Station, sponsored in conjunction with Relay for Life.
Enjoy networking and breakfast: assorted bagels and loaf breads, fresh fruits, mini quiches and fresh coffee and juices. Cost $5 for members, $15 non members.
Please RSVP 882-1565
That would create the third-largest credit union in the region, one that trails only Greater Nevada Credit Union of Carson City and First Horizons Credit ...
Teams of super heroes, penguins, pirates and other characters jumped into Lake Tahoe last winter, and on March 17, they’ll do it again. You’re invited to join them as Special Olympics Northern California and Nevada co-host Polar Plunge® 2012 at Zephyr Cove, South Lake Tahoe. The event is open to all and will include entertainment, a costume contest, and prizes, as well as Special Olympics athletes, coaches, and volunteers who will share their experiences with the organization’s inspiring programs.
Greater Nevada Credit Union gained new customers on national Bank Transfer Day on Saturday, a protest against rising fees at large corporate banks. The protest called for people to move their accounts to credit unions and non-profit banks, and also coincides with the growing Occupy Wall Street protests.
GNCU wouldn't release any numbers, but said they had twice the number of people there on a Saturday, and people were definitely moving their money because of dissatisfaction with the big banks.
The Nevada Appeal follows up on the Chobani yogurt factory story we broke last week, saying the reason the factory decided to locate in Twin Falls, Idaho and not Carson City is because we lack cows. According to Rob Hooper, executive director of the Northern Nevada Development Authority, Chobani needs 100,000 cows to supply their milk needs, and there are only 20,000 dairy cows in the entire state of Nevada. Twin Falls also bribed them with $29 million in "incentives."
Carson City, NV - Occupy Carson City, an extension of the Occupy Wall St. movement, will hold their weekly peaceful assembly on Saturday from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at the Legislature Sidewalks at 401 S. Carson Street in Downtown Carson City. Everyone is welcome to participate, and the group has been in close communication with law enforcement to avoid any problems.
Greater Nevada Mortgage Services (GNMS) has promoted Jenny Casselman to Vice President of Loan Servicing. Her responsibilities will include mortgage loan servicing and loss mitigation functions.
Casselman, who holds a Masters in Business Administration, started at Greater Nevada Credit Union in April 2003 as a Branch Manager and then served as Call Center Manager and Regional Manager before joining Greater Nevada Mortgage Services in May 2009 as Loan Servicing Manager.
(CARSON CITY, Nevada) June 30, 2011—Greater Nevada Mortgage Services (GNMS) has added Celia Barrientos to its team of Carson City mortgage consultants. Barrientos worked for Greater Nevada in the past and was named the 2010 GNMS Branch Mortgage Consultant of the Year – Top Producer. She is fluent in both English and Spanish, has taught financial literacy at Nevada Hispanic Services, and is actively involved in Relay for Life.
Carson City residents Elizabeth Howard, Brittany Lewis and Adrienne Madsen were three of 15 students recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship certificate from Greater Nevada Credit Union. Over 88 students throughout Northern Nevada applied for the program, which the Credit Union has offered for the past 12 years. Howard is attending the University of Nevada, Reno. Both Lewis and Madsen are attending Western Nevada College.
Company executives faced with the responsibility of information management often have difficulty deciding whether to implement paper and/or digital archiving methods. Why choose one method over the other? What are the cost and retrieval benefits of each?
Financial, legal and medical businesses, for example, have large volumes of physical records, and want very much to convert to digital archiving. Where to start?
Jenny Casselman, loan servicing manager at Greater Nevada Mortgage Services in Carson City, confirms the advantages of the hybrid approach for GNCU. ...www.nnbw.com/ArticleRead.aspx?storyID=17354
Greater Nevada Credit Union held its 62nd Annual meeting on March 8, 2011 at their headquarters in Carson City. Members, Board members, management, and staff gathered to celebrate the past year’s achievements and recognize 80 individuals who reached 35 years of membership with Greater Nevada during the last year. Of those long-time members, 13 were present to personally accept their appreciation gifts.
During the meeting, two officers whose terms had ended were re-elected by general consent, and the new Board of Directors was announced:
- Chair, Robert Joiner