Students Decorate Teller Envelopes for MMCCU in Celebration of Credit Union Youth Month

kid decorated teller envelopes
Teller envelopes decorated by local students

Local Credit Union to Distribute Student-Decorated Teller Envelopes

MARSHFIELD, WI (OnFocus) – In celebration of Credit Union Youth Month, art students from local elementary schools helped decorate teller cash envelopes that will be distributed at MMCCU in Marshfield starting Friday, May 6.

Students from Grant Elementary, Spencer Elementary, Auburndale Elementary, Immanuel

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Kate’s “Big Wish” was to save money and open her own bakery

Lutheran Schools, Trinity Lutheran School, and St John the Baptist Primary School participated. Each of these schools will receive a custom art kit donated by MMCCU in partnership with Marshfield Book & Stationery.

“Our goal with this initiative was to help encourage financial discussions between parents and kids,” said Stephanie Rasmussen, HR Specialist and Accountant at MMCCU. “We also wanted to help support arts in the classroom, so this seemed like a fun way to do it!”

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Art kit donated by MMCCU with support from Marshfield Book and Stationery

During CU Youth Month, MMCCU supplied art classes with blank teller envelopes. The students decorated these envelopes and also filled out a worksheet fitting this year’s theme of “Save Small, Dream Big.”

“We have some really creative local kids! They illustrated what they are saving for and decorated the teller cash envelopes with colorful drawings. I’m excited to hand these out to members,” said Rasmussen. “We also have a new Kids Rewards Club youth savings account, so we look forward to continuing financial education for local youth.”

Throughout the month, MMCCU will also be sharing some of the youth drawings on their Facebook page HERE.

MMCCU is independent and not affiliated with any specific medical facility. Membership is composed of people that work in medical-related fields, and their families. This means anyone from doctors to chiropractors to veterinary technicians, and much more are part of this exclusive membership group. If you get a paycheck from a medical-related business, chances are good you qualify – even if you don’t specifically do a medical job, such as custodian or receptionist. Learn more at

MMCCU would like to extend a special thank-you to Marshfield Book and Stationery and local teachers for their support of this project! To learn more about opportunities for youth, please visit!

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