Posts Tagged ‘November’

The history of the tradition behind breaking a turkey’s wishbone at Thanksgiving and personal wishbone wishes Snapping a turkey’s wishbone on Thanksgiving is a time-honored tradition, but have you ever wondered why this bone is called such and where this tradition of making a wish came from? ing Magazine has the answer. Wishbone History A […]

Be the Mockingjay

Nov. 20, 2015 marks the grand finale for one of the biggest blockbusters to ever hit theaters. Almost a year to the day since the 2014 release of “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1,” the second installment, “Mockingjay — Part 2” will finally be premiered. There are many things to be excited about with […]

With winter break quickly approaching, some of you may be scrambling to find plans that are both exciting and affordable. But how do you choose a destination? Go too far and you’re out of your price range, stay too close to home and it doesn’t feel like a real vacation anymore. The solution is the […]

Research Isn’t Only for School Even at one credit union, there are many different loans offered: personal loans, vehicle loans, student loans, revolving loans, fixed-term loans, etc. While you will most likely have options, it’s important to remember that each loan has different benefits. Depending upon what you need, you might find a better deal […]

Let’s face it; Michigan winters are brutal. They are unpredictable, feel never-ending, make your eyes water and your nose run and leave you staring longingly at your pictures from summer. Whether you’ve lived here all your life or if this will be your first-ever Michigan winter, here are some things to keep in mind while […]