Congress began its two-week Easter recess on Monday, a break that provided an opportunity for Congresswoman Renee Ellmers to visit Fort Bragg Federal Credit Union in Fayetteville, N.C.
“In-district meetings at local credit unions are a great way to educate members of Congress on the work credit unions are doing,” shared CCUL SVP of Association Services Dan Schline, who attended Wednesday’s meeting with Ellmers. “Congresswoman Ellmers is a strong supporter of credit unions and she’s been to several credit unions in the district over the years. Each time she visits a credit union it helps reinforce all of the great work that credit unions are doing.”
Ellmers is in her second term representing North Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District and serves on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
Congresswoman Ellmers met with several senior staff from Fort Bragg FCU including President/CEO David Elliott and Board Chairman Carl Boardhurst, as well as CCUL SVP of Association Services Dan Schline.