PFCU has partnered with the Portland District Library to provide the first Little Library in the Portland community. The Little Library will be accessible year‐round and community members are encouraged to take a book, leave a book or just sit and enjoy a story on the PFCU lawn. The library is hopeful that PFCU’s location between Parkers Landing Apartment complex and the River Walk will be convenient for Portland residents to visit. While reading is always encouraged for kids they aren’t the only ones who can benefit from the Little Library; there will be adult fiction, non‐fiction and teen books available as well.
The Little Library got its first book donation from a familiar face, PFCU’s own, Dollar Duck. He left his story “Dollar Duck Saves His Bucks” for the community to enjoy. “We are happy to support this great community collaboration” said Harvey Hoskins, President/CEO of PFCU. Hoskins went on to say, “I hope this helps encourage healthy reading habits for Portland residents”.
PFCU was established in 1947 within the Holly Carburetor Plant in Portland, MI. Today, the credit union is a full-service financial institution with thirteen office locations throughout mid-Michigan, over 50,000 members and $535 million in assets. To find out more, visit our website at www.pfcu4me.com.