APGFCU’s Shred-It Day Helps Secure Local Families and Save Trees

Janice Carey

(Aberdeen, June 26, 2012) — APG Federal Credit Union (APGFCU) hosted a free Shred-It Day at its Aberdeen, Edgewood, Laurel Bush and North East branches on Saturday, June 16, 2012.  Attracting nearly 500 members, the event shredded and recycled over 17,500 pounds of paper, the equivalent of saving 150 trees.

The annual event is designed to provide a trusted means for APGFCU members to dispose of sensitive information while recycling paper.  This is the sixth year for the event.

APGFCU is committed to helping members protect their financial information and prevent fraud by offering free online educational resources, free Online Banking and free eStatements.  For more information, visit or call 410-272-4000, and press four.

APG Federal Credit Union, with over 95,000 members and assets of $911 million (5/31/12), has a community charter to provide financial services to everyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers or attends school in Harford or Cecil County. Ten branches are located in Aberdeen, Aberdeen Proving Ground (on Post), Amyclae, Bel Air, Edgewood, Elkton, Forest Hill, Havre de Grace, Laurel Bush, North East and an eleventh is scheduled for Fallston in late 2012. APGFCU is a not-for-profit, member-owned cooperative. Credit Union services are available 24/7.  For information, call 410-272-4000 or visit today.

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