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PTCCU debuts new building:Open house set for April 15

Pine Tree Community Credit Union in Grangeville will host an open house April 15.

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Pine Tree Community Credit Union in Grangeville will host an open house April 15.

GRANGEVILLE — Locally owned and managed Pine Tree Community Credit Union will host an open house Tuesday, April 15, to unveil the newly renovated and expanded office to Idaho County residents. The office is located at 230 E. Main Street.

During the day, door prize drawings will be held on the hour with ribbon cutting ceremonies starting at 6 p.m. A Grangeville Chamber of Commerce “After hour’s event” will be held concurrently with the open house beginning at 6 p.m. The expanded office added 1,943 square feet to the existing facility in order to provide members with enhanced service experience, as well as support the increased demand for the credit union’s loans and deposit services.

PTCCU broke ground in September 2013 and through March is about 97 percent complete.

“Our new facility added loan and accounting offices, as well as a large conference and board room,” said manager Dan Goehring.

The additional space provides a separate location for the credit unions computer servers and security equipment. Now completed, the office includes drive-up window service, an ATM, expanded member assistance area, with digital information hub, displaying current news, interest rates, and community activities.

“There is also a relaxing beverage area with refreshments,” Goehring added.

“We are extremely excited about finally revealing our new building to our members and the local community,” said Jerry Zumalt, board chair of PTCCU. “It’s great finally having a building with enough room to effectively service our members in an environment conducive for PTCCU’s numerous financial services now being offered.”

Schacher Construction, and Wemhoff Architecture, PLLC, were selected to partner with PTCCU for the design and construction of the new facility. PTCCU remained open for business during the construction with members entering through the back door.

Membership in PTCCU is open to anyone who lives, works, or worships in Idaho County and their immediate family members regardless of where they reside.


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