Alcoa Tenn presents check for Maryville Christian tourney

Alcoa Tenn Federal Credit Union is a good "parent," according to the Maryville Christian School personnel. As the school’s charge in the Adopt-a-School program, the credit union has opened a branch just for the students at the school called The Money Tree to not only offer students a savings opportunity, but a learning experience.

In addition, Alcoa Tenn recently presented a $500 check to the Maryville Christian School Athletic Department to pay for trophies, hospitality room and officials for a basketball tournament that Maryville Christian School hosted on Feb. 23-24.

The tournament, which saw the host school’s boys and girls teams finishing third, brought eight teams from the All Christian School Greater East Tennessee Area.

Doris Brown, marketing director at ATFCU said, "We are proud to be a part of the Adopt- a-School program where Maryville Christian is our school. The Money Tree is a great success at the school."

Maryville Christian School Administrator Glen Slater, said, "This is a terrific thing. The kids have really enjoyed ATFCU and
the Money Tree. ATFCU is very conscientious about Maryville Christian School."

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