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St. Mary's promotes youth checking program

Lucy Pendergast (second from left) and Daniel Jacobs (second from right) receive their $500 Best Buy gift cards from Jim Petkewich, St. Mary's vice president, retail services (far left) and Jim Garvey, St. Mary's president and CEO (far right).   Photo/submitted

Lucy Pendergast (second from left) and Daniel Jacobs (second from right) receive their $500 Best Buy gift cards from Jim Petkewich, St. Mary's vice president, retail services (far left) and Jim Garvey, St. Mary's president and CEO (far right).
Photo/submitted

Marlborough – St. Mary's Credit Union recently gave away $500 Best Buy gift cards to five local young adults as part of its Gateway Youth Checking promotion.

The Gateway Youth Checking account is designed exclusively for young adults ages 16 to 23. The account includes access to 30,000 ATMs nationwide and up to $10 reimbursed each month in ATM fees charged by other financial institutions.

For more information visit https://www.stmaryscu.org.

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