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Volunteers Forum Shapes the Future of CUs
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 6:30 AM

Volunteers greatly influence the future of their credit unions so they must be well-versed the critical aspects of credit union operations. Join both new and experienced boards of directors at the Volunteers Forum in Little Rock, Ark., on June 10-12 as they explore future trends, best practices, and how your credit union can face the challenges of today’s economy.

This year's forum includes two pre-conference workshops, six general sessions, and 15 breakout sessions—all in the luxurious surroundings of Little Rock's historic Capital Hotel. The Capital is located in the middle of the historic district with many attractions close by. Enjoy networking with board members of all three Cornerstone states at the welcome reception on Tuesday evening, June 10, at the hotel.

On Wednesday, June 11, guests will have the option of taking a tour through the Quapaw Quarter, which was built in the Civil War era. This region includes the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion, the Villa Marre (featured on TV’s Designing Women), along with Victorian, Queen Anne, and other famous architecture styles.

Closing general session speaker Tim Harrington will present on the higher purpose of credit unions and how, if operated with that goal in mind, everyone succeeds, especially members.

Many of the sessions presented will include the certificates of attendance that board directors need to stay in compliance. Application for CPE credits is also recommended.

For more information, go to the Volunteers Forum page on Cornerstone's website.