Enquirer Herald

Business in brief - October 2, 2008

Grand opening

CLOVER -- Family Trust Federal Credit Union will hold its grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration on Saturday at its new office at 1219 Hwy. 55 East, Clover.

With 10 employees to handle a full-service interior, along with drive-up and ATM services, Clover's bank is the credit union's seventh location.

Saturday is "Sports Jersey Day," and the bank will make a $5 donation to the booster club of any team or club when students wear their school colors.

J.M. Cope construction began building the two-story, 9,000-square-foot credit union at the end of 2007.

Family Trust offers checking, savings, loans, online banking, credit cards and other bank services. The company started in 1957 when seven employees of Rock Hill Printing and Finishing Co. applied for a federal credit loan. In 1988, they changed the name to Family Trust Federal Credit Union.

5th anniversary

CLOVER -- Holy Grounds is celebrating its 5th Anniversary with an all-day party beginning at noon Saturday at Holy Grounds Cafe, 510 S. Main St., Clover. The free event will include live bands each hour until 9 p.m. including Early Warning, Called by Name, New Restoration, Topherman, His Chosen Few and more.

There also will be cake, refreshments and prize give-aways.

For more info, call 222-4GOD (4463).

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