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Event Cancellations Due to COVID-19
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Event Cancellations Due to COVID-19

Dear loyal DuTrac members, First of all, I cannot thank you enough for your patience, understanding, and loyalty during this unprecedented time in our history.  I miss you and am just as anxious as you are to get back to being entertained by so many wonderful theater, sport facilities and festivals. DuTrac understands how this...

DuTrac Community Credit Union Gifts $1.3 Million to Iowa Credit Union Foundation
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DuTrac Community Credit Union Gifts $1.3 Million to Iowa Credit Union Foundation

DuTrac Community Credit Union is pleased to announce their recent gift of $1.3 million to the Iowa Credit Union Foundation (ICUF) in order to establish the new DuTrac Community Credit Union Fund (DuTrac Fund). The DuTrac Fund is a donor advised fund that will be administered by ICUF. Since its founding in 1946, DuTrac Community Credit Union has...

2020 DuTrac Academic Scholarship Recipients
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2020 DuTrac Academic Scholarship Recipients

Seven 2020 graduates of Dubuque and Quad City area high schools were awarded scholarships by DuTrac Community Credit Union’s 2020 Academic Scholarship Program. Recipients of the $1000 scholarships were: Paige Durant, daughter of Kathy & Dale Durant, is a graduate of North Scott High School (Eldridge, IA).  Durant plans to attend University of Kansas, to...

2021 DuTrac Academic Scholarship Recipients
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2021 DuTrac Academic Scholarship Recipients

Eleven area spring graduating high school students will receive post-secondary tuition scholarships totaling $7,500 from DuTrac’s 2021 Academic Scholarship Program.Recipients of $1,000 scholarships: Bree Buxton, daughter of Tricia Buxton, is a graduate of Wahlert Catholic High School (Dubuque, IA).  Buxton plans to attend University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, to pursue studies in communication sciences and...

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Want to Avoid Fees? “Go Green” with DuTrac to Save Green!

By carefully managing your money, tracking personal finances and familiarizing yourself with your financial institution’s policies, you can avoid paying unnecessary fees. Take adequate time to ask questions and understand how much any institution will charge you to access your money. The money you save could mean the difference between an overdraft charge and a...

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2021 DuTrac Academic Scholarship Recipients

DuTrac announced the names of eleven area spring graduating high school students to receive post-secondary tuition scholarships totaling $7,500 from its 2021 Academic Scholarship Program. Recipients of $1,000 scholarships: Bree Buxton, daughter of Tricia Buxton, is a graduate of Wahlert Catholic High School (Dubuque, IA).  Buxton plans to attend University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, to...