The Ukrainian Selfreliance Federal Credit Union (UKRFCU) held its 68th Annual Meeting on Thursday, April 22 in a hybrid virtual and in-person format at Ukrainian Educational & Cultural Center (UECC) in Jenkintown, PA. In attendance at the UECC were 29 members and one organization. Twenty-five members joined virtually using GoTo Webinar.
The meeting opened with a prayer by Metropolitan Antony of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA. Following the prayer, Dr. Boris Lushniak, Dean of the University of Maryland School of Public Health, and former Acting U.S. Surgeon General, delivered a pre-recorded public health awareness message.
The theme of the 2021 Annual Meeting was “Adapting. Innovating. Helping.” UKRFCU’s Chairman, Roman Petyk, and President, Mary Kolodij, presented reports and highlighted how UKRFCU supported its members, community organizations, and employees throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. They also shared information on loan and membership growth and overall financial performance.
On behalf of the Supervisory Committee, Anna Lewicky reported that UKRFCU continues to be a sound financial institution. Two board members, Oxana Radchenko-Holubowsky and Marko Jarymovych, were reelected to three-year terms. UKRFCU distributed Annual Reports to those in attendance in-person and virtually. If you were unable to attend the meeting, please click here to view it or pick up a free copy of the Annual Report at any UKRFCU branch.